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05/18/2017 - 2:54pm
How does a teacher of 20 second grade students find her way to present before thousands of college professors? With one word – passion. Jamie Nelson has a passion for literacy and ensuring her students receive her best. It is that passion that led her to compete her Masters program and do a self-study of her practice. She completed her program in June of 2016 and was encouraged to submit...
05/18/2017 - 2:49pm
Changes by the Iowa Department of Education and rules from the state’s athletic association have necessitated a different way for athletic boosters for schools to operate. North Mahaska became the most recent to become a separate entity from the school district it represents. The trend of separate entities has been growing in recent years....
05/18/2017 - 2:41pm
North Mahaska’s boys golf team found some lows and highs during a busy week of golf. The team finished fourth at the South Iowa Cedar League meet on Monday, then rallied to claim the Roger Fread Invitational title on Tuesday. Both meets were a tune-up for Friday’s sectional meet. Read the full article in the May 18 edition of the Sun.
05/10/2017 - 1:53pm
Property owners along the unimproved area of East Spruce Street and South Elm Street, and the New Sharon City Council have agree to terms for the purchase of the city-owned property. Other than payment, all that remains is two more readings of the ordinance before the sale is complete. The price per property varies based on the size, but each...
05/10/2017 - 1:51pm
Who would believe a cinnamon roll and a hot dog could be an attraction for a young woman? May not be surprising if you are a “nerd” from another country. Uyen Do, who will celebrate her 16th birthday later this month, is a student at North Mahaska, and a self-proclaimed nerd. She is considered a senior this year, but in reality a...
05/10/2017 - 1:46pm
North Mahaska’s girl’s track team scored a second and two thirds to finish seventh at the Cardinal Relays. The Warhawks tallied 35 points. PCM won the meet with 155 points and Collins- Maxwell-Baxter was second with 130. Mallory Klinker was second in the high jump with a leap of 4-feet 10-inches. Klinker also picked up a third in the...
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