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09/18/2018 - 3:32pm
The South Central Calhoun Titans football team won their 2018 Homecoming gave 49-6 over the Southeast Valley Jaguars Friday night. The win capped off the Homecoming week celebrations that included coronation of Queen Kara Collison and King Mason Merkley, as well as skits, a parade and the Homecoming dance.  Follow the link to order photos from this year's Homecoming week.  https://...
09/04/2018 - 2:09pm
Bill Horan reminded U.S. Rep. Steve King about his longtime support of the Congressman, before Horan passed along some criticism he’s hearing from fellow members of the Western Iowa Energy board of directors. “Some of these people are pretty furious with you not being out front fighting the EPA on the renewable energy waivers,”...
09/04/2018 - 2:08pm
Dinner at the South Central Calhoun High School FFA school farm is a tradition for the organization, advisor Matt Carlson said Wednesday night. Club members celebrated the start of school with the potluck dinner, inviting parents and community members to the annual event at the field just north of Lanesboro. One absent guest this year garnered a...
08/28/2018 - 2:16pm
Two days before classes began last week, South Central Calhoun High School guidance counselor Brian Knapp witnessed what he called the epitome of the Titan way. First, he said, was how hard the girls volleyball team played in what was ultimately a loss. “You climbed a big mountain,” Knapp told team members and the rest of the student...
08/28/2018 - 2:14pm
Sitting in the Wagon Wheel restaurant in Lake City, Mary Voith wasn’t sure if all of the retired teachers planning to attend the annual lunch reunion had arrived, so she did what any good teacher would do: She pulled out a spreadsheet and took attendance. Each year, for more years than any of the teachers can say, former Lincoln School...
08/28/2018 - 2:13pm
What’s left of the Celebrations to Go inventory has been turned over to New Opportunities for sale in its Rockwell City Family Development Center. Opportunity Living employees, clients and volunteers brought about 40 bags of donated clothing items, two clothing racks and some home décor, including lamps and artwork, to New...
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