Category: Schools

USD 398 Fall 2020 Sports Preview

Peabody-Burns Football The Peabody Burns football team faces a season of rebuilding but they still have a solid group of guys returning. “Despite losing 10 seniors from a season ago, we do have 5 – 7 guys returning that saw a solid amount of time in 2019. That experience will help us tremendously. Dropping down to Division II this season, […]

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USD 397 Fall 2020 Sports Preview

Centre Girl’s Golf The Centre High School girl’s golf team finally has enough golfers to place as a team in competitions and third-year head coach Max Venable is excited. “This will be the first year these girls have had an opportunity to earn team medals and they are working hard at practice to accomplish this goal,” said Venable. The team […]

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USD 419 Fall 2020 Sports

USD 419 Fall 2020 Sports

The Canton-Calva Eagles have had cheerleaders for a long time and their coach has been Treva Prieb for 15 years of that time. “I take great pride in being a Cheer Coach. This year will mark my 15th year Coaching Cheerleading at Canton-Galva. I began coaching at the Junior High level and later started a youth cheer program. I have […]

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USD 410 Fall 2020 Sports

USD 410 Fall 2020 Sports

  Front row (from left): Tristan Rathbone, Austin Rempel, Dillon Boldt, Jared Janzen, Cole Kaufman, Paul Glanzer, Frank Wichert Back row: Jamari Harris, Matthew Potucek, Jaxxon Hanschu, Lane Rogers, Levi Smith Hillsboro is looking pretty solid this year after only losing two players to graduation last year. In addition to keeping the majority of their team, they gained a few […]

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USD 410 provides answers for school

Editor’s note. This is the second part of the USD 410 administrator’s answers to the commonly asked questions that they have been getting. We ran the first part last week. You can find both parts on our website and all of these answers and more can be found on the school website or you can call the school or district […]

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MES just a little different

Marion Elementary Principal Justin Wasmuth is excited about the school year and wants parents and students to know that he and his staff are doing all they can to keep things as routine and normal as possible. “Well as routine and as normal as we can with masks and physical distancing,” said Wasmuth. The main change is that everyone needs […]

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Tabor College cuts ribbon on new welcome center

Tabor College cuts ribbon on new welcome center

Eleven months after breaking ground for the new Shari Flaming Welcome Center at Tabor College, Chamber of Commerce members, city and county officials, architects, contractors, faculty, staff and community members gathered Aug. 3 for its ribbon cutting. “For some time now, we have longed for a new welcome center to make our prospective students and campus guests feel welcomed,” President […]

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USD 410 gears up for heading back to school

The USD 410 School Board and Superintendent Max Heinrichs met last week and decided on an official start date. They took Governor Kelly’s recommendation and postponed the start date. “Our goal by moving our start date from August 20, 2020 to September 9, 2020 is to make sure we have time to create the safest environment we can to safely […]

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Marion Cheer prepares for upcoming Fall season

Marion Cheer prepares for upcoming Fall season

Front Row (from left): Captain Preston Schneider, Captain Tristan Williams, Calleigh Soyez, Emma Soyez, Abigail Stuchlik. Back row: Emma Box, Hannah May, Brooke Matthews, Arwen Fay. Not pictured: Kylynn Matthews The 2020-21 Marion High School cheer team had their cheer camp last week in order to prepare for the upcoming school year.

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Fall sports to resume at normal date

On Tuesday, the KSHSAA Executive Board decided that all fall activities will begin as scheduled for the 2020-21 school year. This includes practice and competition. Local school districts retain the right to modify the start dates for practice or competition based on their local and county health recommendations. The KSHSAA considerations for fall activities released on July 22 are still […]

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