Saturday January 21, 2017
01/17/2017 - 12:59pm
ACKLEY -- A torn meniscus had kept AGWSR senior Tery Rummans out in the first part of the season.
The 195-pounder for AGWSR just started wrestling again and made a repeat victory in the Cougars’ home Lowell Young Invite on Saturday, Jan. 14.
Leading by a slim 3-2 margin with short time, Rummans swiftly nabbed a takedown of Rockford’s...
01/16/2017 - 4:52pm
Anticipation continues for the completion of the Hampton Public Library, as Director Kim Manning was informed that an April opening was unlikely, in favor of a more definitive completion in May.
The approximate $412,000 project has come across many hurdles throughout its planning. Originally only...
01/10/2017 - 3:36pm
Decision to keep kindergarten through sixth grade is made
The CAL Board of Education voted Monday night unanimously to whole grade share with Hampton-Dumont, retaining kindergarten through sixth grade at CAL school, and sending seventh through twelfth grades to H-D middle and high schools.
01/10/2017 - 3:35pm
The world is a big place; so big, that it can make things feel small. For those who are fortunate to have or have had a stable childhood, the lives we live become the size of our world. The local drive-in becomes the town haunt, the roads are memorized and shortcuts mastered, the people become main characters in the story of...
01/10/2017 - 3:34pm
The day before Thanksgiving break Natalia Zamora and a group of her friends delivered balloons, a banner and a personal letter to Hampton-Dumont Principal Tony Spradlin.
The letter, on the surface, was simple, highlighting an important moment in the students’ academic-social experience within the...