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Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Looking back: Janee Levsen (foreground), a bus driver for Calamus-Wheatland Schools, and Carrie Wells, an aide at Calamus-Wheatland Elementary, flip through the pictures of Wheatland High School graduates that they recently refurbished and now hang outside the gym at the high school. (Top) The former Wheatland High School is shown before it was remodeled for use as the secondary building for the consolidated school district.

News

Unearthed Calamus and Wheatland class composites get overdue display
WHEATLAND - It was something that had always bothered Carrie Wells.
Saturday, March 25, 2017
Gun bill worries officials
To Jackson County Attorney Sara Davenport, a gun law passed by the Iowa House March 7 could aggravate already dangerous situations. To Clinton County Attorney Mike Wolf, the law is a solution in search of a problem.


Saturday, March 25, 2017
EMS head frustrated by delays
WHEATLAND - More than two years after a meeting to address problems with emergency communications in western Clinton County, Andrea Werner remains frustrated.
Saturday, March 25, 2017
Northeast sees tax rate hike
GOOSE LAKE - Northeast School District property owners will pay a tax rate no higher than $15.147 next year.
Saturday, March 25, 2017
Solar car gets boost in Preston
PRESTON - Sunshine on solar panels helps to create power. So does Plastics Unlimited of Preston, teaming up with Team PrISUm of Iowa State University to build a race-worthy, solar-powered sport utility vehicle of the future.


Saturday, March 25, 2017
Sports


Making an impact
A state qualifier in wrestling, improved records on the bowling lanes, and numerous state and area honors on the basketball court helped to make it a successful winter on the area prep scene.
Saturday, March 25, 2017
Spring sports, baseball, free lunch; April has it all
This might sound a little weird.

It is, after all, 39 degrees as I write this. With no sun, and rain headed this way.

But still ...

Let's head outside.


Saturday, March 25, 2017



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