INDEPENDENCE – On Monday Janice Fricke of Triumphant Church, 2383 Jamestown Ave, took the final shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child to the Waterloo depot.
Thoughts and Perspectives form Jim Morrison
As the temperature plummets, we need something to laugh about. Come in out of the cold for the warm-hearted belly laugh “Delivery Man,” playing the Palace Friday, December 6 through Thursday, December 12 at 7 pm, and Monday, December 9 at 2 pm.
The Benton Scholarship Foundation (BSF) has set a campaign goal of $55,000 for the 2013-2014. This follows another successful year of fundraising that included several new permanent scholarships being created.
MARENGO— The season couldn’t have started better for the Benton Community Bobcats after thrashing Hartwick-Ladora-Victor (H-L-V), 69-9.
VAN HORNE— A strong performance from senior Nate Woeste in which he scored close to one-third of the Bobcats points helped them past Maquoketa, 61-49.
DELHI— The Center Point-Urbana Stormin’ Pointers took all that Maquoketa Valley could throw at them before walking away winners, 46-36.
During the tugs of war that crop up in Washington during political debates and policymaking, it’s not surprising the act of legislating has often been compared to the art of sausage making. The give-and-take that has long characterized the legislative meat grinder on Capitol Hill has been put on the chopping block.
VINTON— A new fund raiser has taken hold at Vinton-Shellsburg and the newest team to join the trend is the Vikettes basketball program.
DECORAH— The Union Knights took their first step towards another state tournament appearance after defeating Decorah (58-12) and Vinton-Shellsburg (69-7) in the first match of the season.
MARENGO— The season couldn’t have started better for the Benton Community Bobcats after thrashing Hartwick-Ladora-Victor (H-L-V), 69-9. Comments (0)