It turned out to be just another one of my so-called “worst week of my life” episodes last week, same as it does every time I need to make a big decision and have to give the situation at hand a good ”thinking over”. The bad part is I’m not always good at thinking things over, so when the ad…
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This weekend, Mid-Prairie will be honoring the l969 football team, which is the only one to go undefeated in the school history. That was before the state high school playoffs. Some have speculated how far that team could have gone if there had been playoff games.
For those of you who have the ability to hear, even if it’s only with partial hearing, if you have ever wondered how it is to be totally deaf—let me tell you about my first-handed and extremely current experience.
Your first job is a landmark occasion. You’re meeting new people, making professional connections, and probably cashing that first paycheck. You might be a little surprised when you see a portion of your earnings go to a tax called “FICA” for the Federal Insurance Contributions Act. This ded…
The Lone Tree baseball team has a couple of home games this week. They start off with a game at West Liberty on June 10. Then, on June 13 they host Van Buren and on June 14 Mediapolis. On June 16 they are at Burlington Notre Dame. All dates are JV-Varsity doubleheaders that start at 5:30.
Where am I this week? Look! I’m up here….on my ‘high horse,’ challenging two particular health destroying outlaws: kidney and heart disease. Why’s that you ask? Because I see too many of us candidates for ‘cheating on’ our health, and in the simplest of manners: through ignorance. If any of …
Cory Stewart got a taste of the state wrestling tournament on Thursday at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. He left without a win this time, but the Highland sophomore plans to change that next year.
The third-ranked Center Point-Urbana girls basketball team used outside shooting and an aggressive defense to defeat the Mid-Prairie 52-35 in a regional final in Williamsburg on Saturday.
Through seven minutes, it looked like the game many were expecting. Iowa Mennonite had an 11-9 lead over Springville in a district semifinal. Each team was approaching its season average of 13 points per quarter.
Jake Wood’s three-pointer in the third quarter gave Highland its first double-digit lead of the game at 40-29. The Huskies would go on to win the 2A district nine final 74-56 and advance to Saturday’s substate contest in Oskaloosa.
In the crucial moments of the district semifinal rematch with Lisbon, things just didn’t go the way of the Lone Tree boys’ basketball team in a 61-57 playoff loss in front of the home crowd.
Sophomore Cory Stewart came up just short of qualifying for districts last season as a freshman, and now finds himself headed to the state tournament at Wells Fargo Arena sporting a 31-9 record after fighting his way back through wrestlebacks again to place second at Saturday’s district tour…
It was a rough night for the IMS boys’ team in their final game before the playoffs begin as they hosted Danville in the Southeast Iowa Super Conference shootout game, a 65-45 loss which snapped a seven game win streak.