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07/11/2018 - 2:18pm
The list of major league baseball players that have sat in a dugout and played on Sec Taylor Field at Principal Park in Des Moines is immense. Thursday members of the Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Rockets received that same opportunity as they faced the Woodward-Granger Hawks in the last regular game of the season. EBF took advantage on the opportunity to capture a 3-2 win. The Home of the Iowa...
07/03/2018 - 10:52am
North Mahaska had a tough week on the softball diamond. They played a pair of makeup games and then faced Montezuma in a regular season conference contest. They fell to Colfax-Mingo 9-5, and upended HLV 2-0. Both of the latter games were played at Colfax-Mingo. Wednesday they fell to Monte 6-4. At Montezuma, the Bravettes scored five times in the...
06/27/2018 - 10:34am
North Mahaska and Eddyville- Blakesburg-Fremont will host the first round games as Class 1A and 3A tournaments begin next month. Both schools open on Tuesday, July 3 at 7 p.m. North Mahaska will play the winner of the Lone Tree and Iowa Mennonite game in New Sharon to begin tourney play. The winner will advance to the Class 1A Region 5 semifinal...
06/27/2018 - 10:32am
It takes just one mistake and a lack of timely hits to take a game away from one team or another. Friday night North Mahaska was unable to get the hit and move a runner past third base. Saturday afternoon they traveled to Bussey to take on Twin Cedars in a nonconference game. They stranded eight runners on base, but a hit and an error with two out...
06/27/2018 - 10:29am
Much of the June 18 North Mahaska School Board meeting dealt with organizational items for the upcoming school year. At the close of the meeting they held a closed session to evaluate superintendent Angela Livezey. The meeting included the hiring of a temporary science teacher and signing an agreement with the New Sharon Child Care Center. Jerry...
06/27/2018 - 10:27am
More than six dozen kids and adults gathered at the New Sharon City Park building Friday as Samantha Collison brought “wild” animals to show to the crowd. The event was part of the Library Rocks Summer Reading program at Stilwell Library. The event was originally scheduled for the library, but was switched to the City Park building due...
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