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The Lady Lions won two out of three games in SEISC tournament pool play on Thursday, before losing to the eventual tournament champions, Class 2A #10 Mediapolis, (25-9, 25-16) in the tournament quarterfinals on Saturday.

  • by Jake Bourgeois
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The Lone Tree cross country team continued an impressive string of finishes on Tuesday at Knoll Ridge Country Club in North English Tuesday. All four runners on the girls’ side finished in the top-25 and Jeff Hudson set a new personal record.

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The Lady Lions started off on the right foot last week, picking up a four-set win over Central City on Monday. Lone Tree overmatched the young Wildcats 25-22, 25-13, 22-25 and 25-15.

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The Lone Tree girls cross country team finished second to Mid-Prairie at the meet in Keota for the second straight year. The Golden Hawk girls, who finished eighth at the class 2A state meet last season, were unable to replicate their perfect score from a season ago however, as Lone Tree fre…

  • by Jake Bourgeois
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On an unseasonably hot September evening, the Lone Tree volleyball team made their fans sweat briefly after winning the first two sets of the night. After dropping a tight third set, Lone Tree held off Winfield-Mount Union Thursday night after clawing their way back from an early deficit to …

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Lone Tree Community School District voters approved a $2.5 million general obligation bond issue 305-168 on Tuesday, for the purpose of building a health and wellness facility in Lone Tree.

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The Lady Lions welcomed Pekin to the gymnasium in Lone Tree for the first conference match of the season on Thursday night. For the Lone Tree volleyball team, the beginning of conference play provided a great opportunity to hit the “restart” button on the season after a tough 1-7 stretch at …

  • Gin Spears, Lone Tree
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I am hearing a lot of discussion about the new Wellness Center. I am a local homeowner, business owner, and taxpayer, and I have some questions and concerns.

  • Kris Rife, Lone Tree
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I feel compelled to write this because of the personal attacks aimed at my family member over the past week. I can guarantee that the opinion expressed in the letter to the editor last week from my dad were not only his opinions. I have heard similar things from many community members. That …

  • Tom Dickey, Lone Tree
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I would like to address the Letter to the Editor written by Ron Rife about the Lone Tree Community Wellness Center. I believe the message that you are sending that the Wellness Center is going to be primarily to enhance the school and for the school usage only is misinformed. From the time I…

  • Michael Reeves, Superintendent
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In my seventeen years as superintendent of schools at Lone Tree Community School, I have never submitted a Letter to the Editor or responded in the newspaper to letters and opinions.  I greatly respect the newspaper as it gives citizens an avenue for freedom of speech and can be informationa…

  • by Jake Bourgeois
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Lone Tree vocational agriculture teacher and FFA Advisor Bridget Mahoney completed the DuPont National Agriscience Teachers Ambassador Academy, through the Iowa FFA Enrichment center at Des Moines Area Community College, according to a press release sent out by the National Association of Ag…

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The Ford Room was dedicated at the Lone Tree Historical Society Museum during the Fall Festival on Saturday, August 20. 

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Since nobody else has stepped up and written a Letter to the Editor about the new Wellness Center I am taking the bull by the horns and stepping forward to get some people upset with me, no doubt. 

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The Lone Tree girls cross country team finished second to Mid-Prairie at the meet in Keota for the second straight year. The Golden Hawk girls, who finished eighth at the class 2A state meet last season, were unable to replicate their perfect score from a season ago however, as Lone Tree fre…

  • by Jake Bourgeois
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On an unseasonably hot September evening, the Lone Tree volleyball team made their fans sweat briefly after winning the first two sets of the night. After dropping a tight third set, Lone Tree held off Winfield-Mount Union Thursday night after clawing their way back from an early deficit to …

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Lone Tree Community School District voters approved a $2.5 million general obligation bond issue 305-168 on Tuesday, for the purpose of building a health and wellness facility in Lone Tree.

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