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10/17/2018 - 11:36am
The City of Coulter is pleased to let the community know that the new playground at the city park is ready for action. The new playground consists of climbing ramps, slides, a bridge and a swing set. Two rocking features were also installed. The city was able to install the playground thanks to help from grants and volunteers. The project received a $10,000 grant from the Evelyn and Foster...
10/17/2018 - 11:35am
The Hampton City Council has entered early discussions to bring a recreation complex to the city. At last Monday’s workshop meeting, City Manager Ron Dunt informed the council and a room full of interested members of the public that the city recently received an offer from the Center One Foundation to donate a 29-acre plot of land near the...
10/17/2018 - 11:30am
Some Hampton-Dumont High School students no longer have to worry about getting to school early enough to find a good parking spot. The H-D Student Council earlier this year received permission to “sell” parking spaces in the main parking lot to upperclassmen. Those spots would be reserved for students from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. on school...
10/17/2018 - 11:29am
The Dumont Main Street gar-den is even more welcoming this fall with the addition of a gazebo, thanks to the efforts of Triston Ufford, a Hampton-Dumont senior working on earning his Eagle Scout badge. “I love it. It’s awesome,” said city clerk Rhonda Schmitt. “He’s an awesome kid, and he did a good job.” Ufford...
10/17/2018 - 11:27am
Just days before the biggest fight of his boxing career, Hampton-Dumont graduate Kevin Cruz reflected how a tendency to get into trouble led him to his first encounter with the sport. “I was just getting into fights outside of school and my dad kept getting phone calls from school,” he said. “My dad said, ‘You want to fight...
10/17/2018 - 11:08am
Flashing blue lights on the exterior of Hampton-Dumont school buildings provides another line of safety for students in the event of a dangerous situation. The blue lights serve as a resource for students who are outside of the building during an emergency situation. Joel Heuer, school liaison, said when students approaching the building see the...
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