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05/16/2019 - 10:10am
When choosing their new pastor, Rockwell City Church of Christ went with someone who loved small-town Iowa. Their go-to guy is Indianola native and seasoned preacher Dillon Brandt. Even though his ministry began on March 1, Brandt was formally introduced to various members of the community at the Rockwell City Chamber Coffee meeting on May 8 at the Rockwell City Church of Christ. Since March 1,...
05/16/2019 - 10:07am
For more than 65 years, the phrase of “it’s all in the genes” is used quite often. The phrase, along with “a part of the DNA” can be used for anything from a positive corporate image to how a sports team can weave itself into the fabric of a community. It can be taken a bit literally in this instance, in the case with...
05/08/2019 - 12:52pm
SCC boys’ track team wins TLC championship, Jim Yunek Relays Four titles in six years. It’s a statement of success for any program – high school, college or professional. The South Central Calhoun boys’ track and field team exemplified such success, shown in their latest outing at the Twin Lakes Conference Meet on May 2...
05/08/2019 - 12:47pm
In Hawaiian culture, the word “Ohana” means family in extended form. It can be through blood, adoption or intention. At South Central Calhoun, everyone is looked upon as extended family. According to plaque provided to the Titan upperclassmen by the Youth Empowerment Association of Fort Dodge, “family means no one gets left...
05/08/2019 - 12:30pm
South Central Calhoun senior Mason Merkley wanted to honor his friend, the late Jacy McAlexander. The multi-sport athlete had a brilliant idea on how to preserve his friend’s legacy. Merkley, along with LifeServe Blood Center of Sioux City, will conduct the Jacy McAlexander Memorial Blood Drive from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday at Lake...
05/01/2019 - 12:27pm
In Iowa, there are two goals for any aspiring student-athlete when they compete in track and field. One is a trip to the Iowa State Track & Field Meet. Two is a trip to the Drake Relays. One way or another, the goal is to earn a trip to Blue Oval. Seven members of the South Central Calhoun boys’ track and field team met one of those...
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