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Bowers Promotes Women’s Scholarship

Senator Elaine Bowers encourages young women to enter a $3,000 scholarship essay contest. The National Foundation for Women Legislators (NFWL) and the National Rifle Association are sponsoring the 18th annual Bill of Rights Essay Scholarship for college-bound female high school juniors and seniors. “This is an excellent opportunity for young women in North Central Kansas […]

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Appleby Receives Scholarship

Appleby Receives Scholarship

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VFW Auxiliary Honors Teachers

VFW Auxiliary Honors Teachers

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School News

Campbell and Mortimer Recieve Scholarships

Campbell and Mortimer Recieve Scholarships

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Minneapolis Noon Lions Club Scholarships

Minneapolis Noon Lions Club Scholarships

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Area Sports Review

Area Sports Review

Track Girls The Lady Lions competed at the NCAA League Meet in Beloit this past week. The day featured several good performances. Lindsay Shupe won a pair of league titles with a win in the 100 meter dash (12.61) and the 200 (26.6). In the distances Molly Achterberg ran a personal best time to finish […]

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Sports

Sports Potpourri by Mac Stevenson

Sports Potpourri by Mac Stevenson

Kansas and Kentucky will play early in the 2016 basketball season: The Big 12-Southeastern Conference Challenge was recently announced and the Jayhawks and Wildcats will play in Allen Fieldhouse on Saturday, January 30. KU and Kentucky have the most wins of any teams in college basketball, with Kentucky leading 2,178 to 2,153. Kansas already had […]

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MJH Ends Track Season

The MJH Lions concluded their track season with the NCAA League Meet in Russell this past week. The Lions brought home multiple League Championship medals. League Meet results: 7th grade boys: Jonah Ausherman: 6th 200m dash (28.03); 5th high jump (4-04) Rory Blochlinger: 3rd high jump (4-06) Derek Freel: 3rd javelin (83-10) Pieschl, Freel, Blochlinger, […]

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Area Sports Review

Area Sports Review

Baseball The Lions baseball team had an up and down week, sweeping their double header with Lincoln on May 5, before dropping both games in their double header against Riley County. Against Lincoln the Lions were excellent in the field, committing just two errors in the first game and none in the second. With their […]

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Opinion

Get Government Out

A comment by Erik Shupe The Supreme Court is going to tackle same-sex marriage. As pundits and people alike weigh in on the constitutionality of the issue, I am left wondering why any government entity needs to be involved in marriage at all. Up until the 1200’s, marriages were arranged by private families and private […]

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Sports Potpourri by Mac Stevenson

Sports Potpourri by Mac Stevenson

The Kansas City Royals’ fast start in the American League Central Division is not an indication they are going to blow away the other four contenders – far from it. KC has the best defensive team in Major League Baseball and that’s an important factor; they are also hitting much better than the 2014 team. […]

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Sports Potpourri by Mac Stevenson

Just when it looked like he was going to come up short in the recruiting department, Kansas basketball coach Bill Self, once again, plucked the ripest plum in the orchard.  Cheick Diallo signed a letter-of-intent with KU last week. Diallo is ranked number-five overall by Rivals.com in the 2015 recruiting class. He has a wingspan […]

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Our Community

District Court

Criminal: Trahan Cyr, Ada, was found guilty of disorderly conduct and was sentenced to ten days in jail, suspended, 60 days unsupervised probation and to pay $208 in fines and costs. James Burch, Delphos, was found guilty of disorderly conduct and was sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended, 60 days unsupervised probation and to […]

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Golden Wheel News

The Golden Wheel will be closed May 25 for Memorial Day. Menu: 5/21 baked cod or chicken patty; 5/22 hamburger on a bun; 5/25 closed; 5/26 Swiss steak; 5/27 roast turkey. Phyllis Brown won the May birthday drawing.

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Delphos Lions Club

On May 11, the Lions voted to buy two trees, a Lilac Ivory Hale and a Maple Trunk Caldrone, to replace the tree removed when the new flag poles were installed. They will be planted in the Delphos City Park after the second freeze this fall, as recommended by the nursery. Two menus will be […]

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Area News

Ada News

On May 13, the Ada Youth Group held its end of the year party at Prochaskas’. The kite flying was wet, windy, and exciting with six kites up all at once and more. Joseph Clever flew his the highest. Shelby Nichols and William Clever hiked down from the hill to the house. Dakota Renton, his […]

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Salt Creek News

Carleen Berry attended the MJSHS vocal concert on Monday to hear Cooper Berry sing. Paula Hamilton and Donna Dewey decorated graves Friday in the Glendale, Westfall, Lincoln, and Tescott cemeteries. Thursday afternoon, Alberta Myers attended Quest Club at the home of Ruth Macy. The group enjoyed a very interesting lesson on harp making. Saturday afternoon, […]

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Quest Club Meets

Quest Club met at home of Ruth Macy on May 14. Members spent the afternoon at John Miller’s home and workshop where he makes harps. A lot goes in to making these beautiful instruments. They require special wood strips and little switches have to be special ordered. Members tried playing a harp and found it […]

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