Wednesday, April 18, 2018
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BY MARCIA HUBBARD/ Sports The Hanover High School golf team took second place at the Frankfort Invitational on April 10. The Wildcats shot a 4-man score of 408 Frankfort was first with a 365. Valley Heights placed third with a 421 and Centralia was fourth with a 423. To read more please... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
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Consumer demand at its highest level in almost 40 years BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Managing editor Kier’s Thriftway customers experienced sticker shock the past two weeks when they saw a carton of 18 eggs had soared to nearly $5.99 overnight. Manager Rick Dean said the increase was passed on to... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
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BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Managing editor The Kansas Commissioner of Education visited Clifton-Clyde on April 10 and was impressed with the number of programs the district offered, according to Superintendent Art Baker. Dr. Randy Watson’s visit to Clifton-Clyde was his fifth school visit of the... + continue reading
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WHS grad visited 11 countries on four continents during trip, while serving as resident director BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Managing editor Kelly Matlack has spent the last three months touring the world on a cruise ship. The Washington High School graduate is a resident director on the ship and is... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
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High school senior has been raising feeder calves for four years now and though the chore routine is constant, he’ll soon miss it BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Brody Stamm drives west down Highway 36 in his red ’87 Toyota. The small pickup truck sets high, and the seat sets low, giving the... + continue reading

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BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Managing editor Barbara Donovan met with county commissioners last week to discuss the upcoming economic development meeting, which is at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 28, at the Greenleaf Legion. Donovan does some consulting work and told... + continue reading
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Alex and Don Alldredge to team up to bring first fireworks show back to community since 2013 BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Managing editor Fireworks will again light up the sky in Washington on the Fourth of July. Don Alldredge and his son, Alex Alldredge, have... + continue reading

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Chuck Ouellette and Evan Ouellette, Washington, were among the thousands of fans from Kansas who made the long trip to San Antonio, Texas, for the men’s NCAA Final Four Tournament at the Alamodome. The semis featured No. 3 Michigan vs No. 11 Loyola-Chicago, and No. 1 Kansas vs No. 1 Villanova... + continue reading
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BY MARCIA HUBBARD The Washington County High School girls’ track team will be young this season. After graduating seven seniors, the 2018 version will be made up of two seniors, five sophomores and five freshmen. Six are returning letter winners. Of those seven graduates, two qualified... + continue reading
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BY MARCIA HUBBARD Track athletes from Hanover and Linn High Schools were among those competing at the Valley Heights Invitational meet last Thursday at the VHHS track. There was a total of 10 schools represented. Hanover finished in fourth place on both the boys and girls side. William Peters... + continue reading

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BY MARCIA HUBBARD/ Sports The Hanover High School golf team took second place at the Frankfort Invitational on April 10. The Wildcats shot a 4-man score of 408 Frankfort was first with a 365.... + continue reading

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CYNTHIA SCHEER None of my three boys likes mashed potatoes and gravy. They were made from mashed potatoes and gravy, so I don’t understand why they don’t love it. I worked at... + continue reading