Wednesday, February 21, 2018
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The oral spelldown participants in Saturday’s Washington County Spelling Bee were the top three fi nishers from grades 6-8 in the written portion of the event. Other fi nalists watching as Emily Jones spells a word are, from left, Alea Harvey, Weston Girard, Lane Musselman, Brandon Eppens,... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
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BY MARCIA HUBBARD   The Linn High School and the Washington County High School basketball teams met for the second time this season when the two teams collided Tuesday, Feb. 13, at Washington County. The Tigers won the first meeting on Jan. 23 in Twin Valley League play at Linn. In the... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
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BY MARCIA HUBBARD   A Twin Valley League game last Friday at Clyde went in favor of Hanover in both girls’ and boys’ competition. HHS won the girls’ game 53-43, as a result of a 33-13 second half edge by the Lady Wildcats. CCHS held a 30-22 edge at half before Hanover... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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Washington County HS team places third in Div. 1 BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Both Linn and Washington County’s scholars bowl teams brought home a state trophy on Saturday. Both teams competed in the 1A state tournament, but the teams were in separate divisions in different towns. Linn was named... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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BY CYNTHIA SCHEER “You really try to do a month’s worth of work in one week,” said Carol Owen, who owns Owen’s Originals Floral with her husband, Brad. Owen said this year will be a great year for Valentine’s Day sales.   To read more please log in or... + continue reading

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02/14/2018
BY CYNTHIA SCHEER The Board of County Commissioners may offer Central Valley Ag a five-year property tax deal next week. Commissioners discussed at their weekly meeting Monday CVA’s request for a 10- year, 100-percent tax abatement on a $10.5 million... + continue reading
02/14/2018
BY MARCIA HUBBARD In a makeup game played Thursday on the road, the Washington County High School girls’ basketball team held on to edge Blue Valley 45-40 in competition at BVHS in Randolph. The game was originally scheduled for Feb. 6 but was moved... + continue reading

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BY CYNTHIA SCHEER A flag that has journeyed halfway around the world with former Green Beret Mark Nutsch is on display at the Washington County courthouse. The flag, which had been flown at the courthouse, was presented in November, 2002, to 1987 Washington High School graduate Nutsch, who... + continue reading
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WashCo, Linn teams win regional meets to qualify BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Two local scholars bowl teams are headed to state on Saturday. Both Linn and Washington County qualified for the event and will compete at noon in their respective divisions. Washington County will compete at... + continue reading
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Behind a strong first half, Hanover boys take down WashCo.  BY MARCIA HUBBARD The Hanover and Washington County basketball teams met for the second time this season, with the outcome being the same — Hanover defeating Washington. But this time the scores were closer.... + continue reading

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BY MARCIA HUBBARD   A Twin Valley League game last Friday at Clyde went in favor of Hanover in both girls’ and boys’ competition. HHS won the girls’ game 53-43, as a... + continue reading

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02/21/2018 - 0 comment(s)
By DAN THALMANN On the Backroads   I’ve been going to Linn Lutheran School’s Parent-Teacher League roller skating party in Beatrice, Neb., for 16 years now.... + continue reading