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Wed
05
Dec
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People attend Washington’s holiday events Saturday despite rain, threat of snow

All but two registered vendors made it to Santa’s Gifts and Goodies on Dec. 1 despite the poor weather. Vendors sold everything from jewelry and wood and metal art to baked goods.

Sheila Ouellette and Mary Kay Sherlock provide soup samples at Santa’s Gifts and Goodies. The P.E.O. organization sold soup mixes to raise funds for scholarships.

Busy Bee 4-H Club members Gatlin Willbrant and Luke Gauby rang bells at the Salvation Army kettles during Santa’s Gifts and Goodies. The Farmington 4-H Club rang bells earlier that day.

People attend Washington’s holiday events Saturday despite rain, threat of snow

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Wed
05
Dec
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1000 Books Before Kindergarten

The Washington Public Library announced that Camden Gepner, son of Eric and Heather Gepner, Cole Jueneman, son of Laramie and Dave Jueneman, and Olivia Ditmars, daughter of Daniel and Tina Ditmars, completed all required reading goals in the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Program.

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Tue
02
Oct
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Linn to celebrate homecoming

BY CYNTHIA SCHEER

 

It’s homecoming week at Linn High School. There will be a pep rally and bonfire at the swimming pool at 8 p.m. on Thursday. On Friday there will be a pep rally with class wars at the football field at 2:30 p.m. The Bulldog Backers will serve a barbecue meal before the game on Friday. The meal will include pulled pork sandwiches, baked beans, chips, desserts and drinks starting at 6 p.m. in the ag shop. Crowning begins at 6:30 p.m. on the football field. Each of the candidates will be introduced before last year’s homecoming king and queen crown the new royalty, who are selected by the high school students. A Bitty Cheer performance with grade school children from Linn will be at halftime of the football game against Tescott.

 

 

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Tue
18
Sep
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Community work day volunteers spruce up community

Amy Anderson, ABOVE, cleaned glass at the Washington Lutheran Church on Sept. 9 during a special community work day while Jake Pannbacker and Larry Stoppel, RIGHT, represented Rotary as they replaced boards at Munchkinland

 

 

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Tue
18
Sep
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Dusins to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

Bob and Carolyn Dusin, of Washington, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sept. 21. The couple was married in 1968 in Hanover. Cards may be sent to the couple at 125 W. Fifth St, Washington, KS 66968.

 

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Tue
14
Aug
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White, Jones marry in Hawaii

Steven and Janet White, of Bremen, announce the marriage of their son, Colin White, of Aiea, Hawaii, formerly of Bremen, to Denae Jones, of Ewa Beach, Hawaii. The couple was married May 21 in a beachside ceremony in Ewa Beach, Oahu, Hawaii. Pastor Thomas Cheong officiated.

The bride is the daughter of Doug and Debbie Jones, of Ewa Beach, and the granddaughter of Sandra Richards Cooper and Robert Cooper, of Australia; Cynthia and Donald Perry, of Breckenridge, Texas; and Tommy and Kathryn Jones, of Abilene, Texas.

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Tue
14
Aug
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Morrowville fire gets $2K grant

The Washington County Community Foundation awarded a $2,000 grant to the Morrowville fire district for safety equipment and pagers. 

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Wed
01
Aug
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Washington County Fair parade

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church had the grand champion float in Washington’s annual parade. The parade theme was, “Heroes aren’t born, they’re made.” Washington Christian Church placed first in the church category, and Immanual Lutheran Church placed second.

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Wed
01
Aug
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Fair time fun in the pool

The weather at this year’s Washington County Fair wasn’t as hot as in years past, but that didn’t stop a large crowd of young people from heading over to the Washington swimming pool on the Saturday of the fair to compete in a fun new competition.

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Tue
10
Jul
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Rotary names students of the month

Holly Delay and Riley Moore were named Rotary students of the month. Recent Washington County High School graduate Holly Delay, of Morrowville, was recently named Washington County Student of the Month by the Washington Rotary Club. She was selected for this honor because of her academic achievements, leadership, activities, athletic accomplishments and community service. Holly, daughter of David and Connie Delay, is a perennial high honor roll student, and an Elks Lodge scholarship recipient. She earned a 3.88 GPA at Washington County, as well as a 4.0 GPA in her fi ve college classes through Cloud County. She has twice been a class offi cer and has been active in cheer team, dance team, FBLA, FFA, Art Club and FCCLA.

 

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