Blue Ridge kindergarten student Elsa Snider and her grandpa Ray Snider enjoyed a special Show-and-Tell moment together recently while sharing the baby lamb with the Blue Ridge kindergarten class.

Four school board members will be serving a bit longer than they had planned for this term of office, due to local elections no longer being held in the spring, but moving to the fall with national

The historic limestone building at the corner of Marshall and Old 40 Highway has new life again, as the Prairie Horizons Studio for the Creative Arts.


We of the Christian faith have recently celebrated Palm Sunday and Easter. Palm Sunday is a triumphant event. Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a donkey.

We watched the 1982 movie “Annie,” about the orphan girl under the supervision of Carol Burnett, adopted by Daddy Warbucks, taken to visit the White House, President Franklin Roosevelt and First La

The March-April Saturday Evening Post says St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, is an American rather than an Irish story, that in Britain in the 1970s it didn’t exist.


The Irish softball team picked up their first win of the season this past week but also went 1-4 on the week.

The Irish baseball team went 1-3 last week matching their record going into the week.

On Saturday, March 18, the 69th Annual Dickinson County 4-H basketball tournament was held at Chapman in the USD 473 District gym. Three girls teams and six boys/coed teams participated.

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