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At the Rice Lake Board of Education’s April 9 meeting, it added 2 minutes to the start of the school day as an alternative to an inclement weather make-up day.

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The St. Vincent High School Elks Student of the Month Award goes to Abbey Hotop for the month of April.  She is the daughter of Dennis and Sherrie Hotop of Perryville.  

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John Paronish won three individual events, powering the Northern Cambria boys’ track and field team to a sweep of Saltsburg and host Purchase Line in a Heritage Conference triangular meet Wednesday.

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Two school records fell over the weekend at the 91st edition of the Kansas Relays as Zekarias Philipo and Coshan Campbell etched their names into the Highland record books.

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Warrensburg is an active, vibrant community. There are many people who live here that care deeply about the economic vitality of this city, this county and this region.

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  • NATASYA ONG NOng@columbustelegram.com
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COLUMBUS – After being crowned champions at State, the Mechatronics team from Columbus High School is set to represent the city during the National SkillsUSA competition being held in June in Louisville, Kentucky.

  • Allie Griner, 4-H Gordon County Extension Agent
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On Friday, April 20, Gordon County 4-H fielded its first horse judging team in over five years at the Georgia 4-H Horse Judging Contest. Team members included Annelies Carr, Brooklyn Carr, Hannah McElrath, and Halle Moore, all high school students competing in the senior division of competition. At the competition, participants judged seven classes of horses, in both conformation and performance. Each senior competitor also gave three sets of reasons, and answered one set of questions. The classes judged included:

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The Bowie Water Tower has a new face, thanks to donations given to a fund drive spearheaded by Jeff and Penni Goodman, owners of the new Rafter G Restaurant, and new Bowie School Superintendent Wendy Conger. Ronald Klump, of Klump’s Tree Expert Company in Willcox, donated the use of his tree trimming truck so Kole Harris, of Circle H Painting Company in Willcox, could complete the project.

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The City of Norfolk water director is encouraging homeowners to do their part to prevent sewage backups.

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WEST UNION -- This week, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with the Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division, conducted tobacco compliance checks at retail establishments that sell tobacco products throughout Fayette County.