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05/23/2017 - 2:47pm
Max Hawthorne and Hunter Winker learned an important lesson while conducting their experiment for South Central Calhoun Middle School’s science fair. “To use hand sanitizer after you touch the fifth- and sixth-grade science room door handle,” Winker said. They learned that lesson after watching the slice of bread they wiped on the door handle develop the most mold of any of the...
05/23/2017 - 2:45pm
At first, Ryan Hildreth didn’t understand why the caretaker of the American cemetery in Epinal, France, grabbed a closed glass jar as the man headed out to show Hildreth and his wife, Sandra, the gravesite of a relative. But the reason for the jar wasn’t a secret for long – the caretaker poured some sand from inside onto the...
05/23/2017 - 11:54am
South Central Calhoun High School senior class president Kelsi Carlson asked her classmates to think back to the first day they came to class as Titans Sunday afternoon.  “We were there for the start of something new,” she said, adding the students quickly shed their identities as Southern Cal Mustangs and Rockwell City/Lytton...
05/16/2017 - 2:35pm
Calhoun County Museum board members were a little worried they wouldn’t have enough stations for Pioneer Days this year, board member Bonnie DeBolt said. Those fears were unfounded, though, she said, as board members had more tables set up than there were groups of South Central Calhoun Middle School sixth-grade students May 9. New this year...
05/16/2017 - 2:33pm
With loud music fueling them, community members and teachers tackled a physical challenge in the South Central Calhoun High School wellness room Wednesday afternoon – the Justin Martin challenge. The event required participants to do 11 and 40 repetitions of several exercises, including box jumps, deadlifts, throwing and catching a medicine...
05/16/2017 - 2:29pm
Austin Olberding was matter-of-fact about the traumatic injury he had Saturday morning. “I have a bilateral leg crush,” the South Central Calhoun High School student said, his legs barely visible under a stack of hay bales and pallets. “I probably won’t make it out with my legs.” Of course, the injuries weren’t...
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