Greg Forbes

09/11/2019 - 11:28am
A throng of Franklin General Hospital employees on Thursday stepped together for a cause close to many hearts. The hospital on Thursday hosted a Suicide Awareness and Prevention Walk where dozens of employees walked around the facility grounds. The walk was in conjunction with September’s dedication as Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month. Jill Kreimeyer, Senior Life Solutions Specialist...
09/11/2019 - 11:23am
Hampton’s Long Term Medical Supply store has a new home not far away from its former location. Last Friday, the store celebrated a ribbon cutting at its new location in the company’s corporate office at 115 Second Ave. NW. Previously, the store occupied a storefront across the street. The store officially opened in its new spot in...
09/11/2019 - 11:21am
Mornings start the right way at CAL. In the last two years, the school has introduced morning activities to give students a choice how to spend time between arrival and the welcoming announcements. Along with recess, younger students can choose to venture to the coloring room for some artful expression or the LEGO room for hands-on construction....
09/04/2019 - 10:54am
New Hampton-Dumont-CAL High School math teacher Michael White took a round about route to his first year as a teacher. For nearly 30 years, White maintained a career as an accountant, most recently working for a hospital in Iowa Falls. But this year, White began a new career in education. “I had been substitute teaching and driving bus for...
09/04/2019 - 10:50am
This fall’s Geneva Market will feature a new outdoor spot for shoppers to kick up their feet and enjoy a bite to eat. For the last four years, the Geneva Betterment Committee has worked to renovate the old Geneva school into a community center and headquarters for the bi-annual market. Improvements so far include a renovated kitchen and...
09/04/2019 - 10:49am
Sometimes, the first choice may be the best bet. Such is the case for Cortanie Cobie, a new preschool teacher at North Side Elementary School in Hampton. Cobie, a Wellsburg native and AGWSR graduate, kicked off her teaching career last Monday and she didn’t have to look long to find her first position. “This was my first interview,...
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