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Delphos Lions Club

January 21, 2015

Members continued to work on the restoration of the gazebo in the Delphos City Park on Jan. 17. Benches were removed and newly painted railings were installed. Lions participating were Craig Ballou, Cork Ballou, Jack Larson, David Carver, and Derek Klein. Work will continue when weather permits. The Club’s annual Spouse Night will be held […]

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Quest Club Meets

January 21, 2015

The Quest Club met at Barbara Crosson’s home on Jan. 15. Fifteen members enjoyed hearing Neal and Kay Kindall’s presentation on their four week trip to Israel in September. They met a man who authored a book Kay had read. He helped them get to see and experience the life and culture there. Kay recommended […]

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New Ward Building Unveiled

New Ward Building Unveiled

January 21, 2015

 

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Daugherty at Nationals

January 21, 2015

Garrett Daugherty of Tabor College has punched his ticket to compete in the Indoor Nationals for the fourth year. Daugherty started his indoor track season off with a national qualifying time in the 1000m on Jan. 17 at Doane College. Although he had some competition for the lead early, Daugherty led start to finish. He […]

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Fifth Grade Boys Basketball

Fifth Grade Boys Basketball

January 21, 2015

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Peters Receives Scholarship

January 21, 2015

Grace Peters, a senior at Minneapolis High School, has been awarded the CCCC Vice Presidential scholarship to attend Cloud County Community College for the 2015-16 school year.

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PEO Meets

January 21, 2015

On Jan. 12 P.E.O. members met at the home of Cindy Rupert. Eleven members attended. The guest speaker was Mindy Lovendahl, MSN, APRN, NP-C. She gave an informative message on Women’s Health: Taking Care of You. She discussed ways to keep body systems healthy and gave warning signs of potential problems. After the business meeting, […]

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The Hardest Part

The Hardest Part

January 21, 2015

Technically, budget isn’t a four letter word, but it certainly could be. The mere mention of this simple term puts people on the defensive. “For this very reason, I prefer to use the term ‘spending plan’,” Dave Stanley, Executive Vice President and Certified Financial Planner at Bennington State Bank said, “because most people do consider […]

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Meryl Grosshans is the 2015 Red Dress Run Honoree

Meryl Grosshans is the 2015 Red Dress Run Honoree

January 21, 2015

One afternoon last April, as Meryl Grosshans, Minneapolis, worked in his yard, he felt sharp pain in his upper chest. It occurred to Grosshans, a 74 year-old retired teacher, coach, and principal, that he might be having a heart attack. However, not wanting to ‘cry wolf,’ he didn’t mention the discomfort to his wife Pat. […]

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Vision Screenings

January 21, 2015

The Tescott Lions Club is having the Kansas Lion’s Club Mobile Screening Trailer come from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, February 7 in the Tescott Lion’s Building in Tescott during their Pancake Day. Free health screenings to be offered are: Vision screening – a very quick and fast means of detecting possible vision […]

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