Tyler Anderson

02/13/2019 - 10:59am
With the Twin Lakes Conference slate done and over with the weekend before and their top regional seed locked up, the South Central Calhoun girls’ basketball team just had their regular season finale left to go. However, that last contest of the 2018-19 regular season pitted the Titans against a highly motivated East Sac County squad on their respective Senior Night. Despite a solid first...
02/13/2019 - 10:56am
In spite of a tough outing, one that could have went either way for several of its grapplers, the South Central Calhoun wrestling team will see two of its members move on to the IHSAA State Wrestling Tournament. It turned out that those two wrestlers are brothers. At the Class 1A-District 6 Wrestling Tournament, held this past Saturday at the...
02/13/2019 - 10:55am
The South Central Calhoun boys’ basketball team is rolling right now. In front or from behind, the No. 5-ranked (Class 2A) Titans have found ways to win – which is needed with the playoffs looming on the horizon. The Titans continued their winning ways last week, outlasting East Sac County in a 68-60 nonconference matchup on Feb. 5 at...
02/13/2019 - 10:54am
Beginning on Feb. 1, a new ministry has begun at Lake City Union Church. Pastor Randy Russom and his wife Cathy will serve as a new ministers at the church off of W Main Street. Since his ordination, Pastor Russom has served congregations in Wasilla and Sitka, Alaska, before presiding over various churches in Ackley, Sac City, Lake View, Grundy...
02/13/2019 - 10:52am
The South Central Calhoun Large Group Speech team had a busy day this past weekend, participating in the State Large Group Speech competition on Feb. 2 at Spencer High School in Spencer. Overall, SCC brought in three Division I ratings and two Division II ratings. The two short films by SCC, titled “8 Bad Dates” and “It’s...
02/13/2019 - 10:51am
The upcoming City Square/ Center Street replacement project and a presentation by Sunnyview Independent Living were the highlights of the Lake City Council’s latest meeting, held last Tuesday at the Council Chambers in City Hall. Public Works Supervisor Jim Janssen was on hand to discuss the City Square Sidewalk/ Center St replacement...
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