Ethan Stoetzer

09/19/2017 - 3:51pm
The Hampton Council approved additions to the city’s municipal code by adding a section to the prohibited parking section. Changes to the prohibited parking section include: no parking on First Ave. SW, both north and south side of the avenue, between Third St. SW and Fifth St. SW; no parking on Third St. SW, on the west side of the street, between Central Ave. and First Ave. SW; and no...
09/19/2017 - 3:44pm
The Coulter Cemetery now has a statue of a bald eagle to join its canon memorial, as well as its soon-to-be Freedom Rock mural. Kerry Etzel, Coulter resident, provided the sculpture to the cemetery. Etzel found the eagle at an antique shop in Mankato, Minnesota. “Coulter’s done a tremendous amount of revamping,” Etzel said....
09/19/2017 - 3:42pm
CAL High School held its final homecoming coronation in the history of the district on Sunday, September 17. A total of eight candidates vied for the honor— four kings and four queens — resulting in the crowning of Stephanie Ramirez, daughter of Vicki Agustin and Hugo Aldana, as homecoming queen, and Benjamin Rapp, son of Mike and Jory...
09/19/2017 - 3:23pm
Newsplaining Column: A rolling stone gathers no moss. It’s an adage and expression most everyone knows and understands. It’s a Muddy Waters song. It’s the name of an international, super-group, iconic-influential rock band. It’s a hit single by one Bob Dylan. And because of all this, it’s the name of a magazine that...
09/12/2017 - 9:49pm
The unofficial results of the 2017 Hampton-Dumont Board of Education elections are in with the following with results:   Hampton-Dumont: The two Hampton Director At Large positions: Chad Hanson Jeff Rosenberg   The Hampton-Dumont Director At Large position: Stephanie Powers   CAL: Director District 1 At Large: Mitch Vanness  ...
09/12/2017 - 10:15am
Though the dust has just settled and the grass just coming up through muddied parking lots, the Franklin County Fair is back at attention, this time competing for $3,000 for renovation projects. The Franklin County Fairgrounds is currently involved in a 15-fairground sweepstakes across the country, vying for a spot in the top five to receive grant...
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