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Learning Center Graduation

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THE ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF FOR THE USD 211 LEARNING CENTER IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THREE STUDENTS OF THE USD 211 LEARNING CENTER WILL BE RECEIVING HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS AT THE JUNE GRADUATION CEREMONY.  SKYE KROM, JAMES LONG AND ZELDALIN CORDERO WILL BE AWARDED THEIR USD 211 HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS ON JUNE 22 AT 7:00 P.M. IN THE EAST CAMPUS AUDITORIUM. ... Read More »

KDOT Meeting

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THE KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION WILL HOST A KICKOFF MEETING TO DISCUSS THE FUTURE RECONSTRUCTION OF K-383 HIGHWAY IN NORTON AND PHILLIPS COUNTIES. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO THE OPEN HOUSE MEETING ON TONIGHT FROM FIVE TILL SEVEN AT THE ALMENA COMMUNITY BUILDING. KDOT SURVEYORS, ENGINEERS, AND PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT PERSONNEL WILL OUTLINE THE PROPOSED PHASING, TIMELINE, AND BUDGET FOR THE ... Read More »

Economic Development Notes

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THE UPDATE ON ACTIVITIES AND THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS WERE ITEMS FOR THE NORTON CITY COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD LAST NIGHT.  THE COLBY COMMUNITY COLLEGE NORTON CAMPUS IS OPEN AND  THEY HAVE 30 NURSING STUDENTS IN THEIR DAY AND EVENING CLASSES.  THE BUILDING WILL ALSO BE USED FOR OTHER CLASSES FROM THE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER STARTING AFTER THE WEB ... Read More »

Library Activities

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CHOCOLATE CREATURES, ANIMALS AND DREAM CATCHERS WILL ALL BE FOUND THIS WEEK AT THE NORTON PUBLIC LIBRARY.  TOMORROW’S (TODAY’) STORY TIME FOR BABIES THROUGH FIRST GRADERS WILL BE HELD AT 10:30 AM.  DR. SARA WHITE FROM THE NORTON ANIMAL HEALTH CENTER WILL BE SHARING BOOKS ABOUT NOCTURNAL ANIMALS.  A SPECIAL FOUR-LEGGED VISITOR WILL ALSO BE THERE. STORY TIME FOR SECOND ... Read More »

Huelskamp Visit

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CONGRESSMAN TIM HUELSKAMP WILL HOST NINE IN-PERSON TOWN HALL MEETINGS DURING THE JUNE 11 CONSTITUENT WORK WEEK. SINCE TAKING OFFICE IN JANUARY 2011, CONGRESSMAN HUELSKAMP HAS HOSTED 126 IN-PERSON TOWN HALL MEETINGS ACROSS THE BIG FIRST DISTRICT OF KANSAS. CONSTITUENTS WHO ATTEND THE MEETING WILL RECEIVE A BRIEF UPDATE FROM CONGRESSMAN HUELSKAMP AND ARE INVITED TO COME SHARE THEIR THOUGHTS ... Read More »

Economic Development Agenda

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THE STUDENT ENROLLMENT AND UPDATE ON THE COLBY COMMUNITY COLLEGE NORTON CAMPUS AND THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS WILL BE ITEMS FOR THE NORTON CITY COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD TONIGHT.  THE CAMPUS WAS MOVED INTO IN LATE MAY AND CLASSES ARE BEING HELD IN THE NEW BUILDING.  ALSO, THE BOARD WILL ELECT OFFICERS FOR THE COMING YEAR AFTER MEMBERS WERE APPOINTED ... Read More »

School Board Notes

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THE UPDATE ON THE ENERGY 360 PROJECT AND THE SUMMER PROJECTS WERE ITEMS FOR THE USD 211 NORTON BOARD OF EDUCATION LAST NIGHT. JOE HURLA FROM ENERGY 360 UPDATED THE BOARD ON THE PROJECTS THEY STARTED LAST YEAR. THEY ARE ABOUT 98 PER CENT DONE, BUT HIT A SNAG WITH SOME OF THE CONTROLS. THEY ARE WORKING ON THEM. HE ... Read More »

All-Star Wrap: East Runs Past West In Division II

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By Eric Allgood-KREP Radio 92.1 Belleville, Kansas The Divison II game showed the promise of fireworks early on as Moscow’s Osvaldo Granillo took the opening kickoff 73 yards for a touchdown to give the West the first points of the game and Dighton’s Guy Fulmer would add the 2 point conversion to make it 8-0.  The West would add another ... Read More »

All-Star Wrap: Division I West Blanks East 36-0

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By Eric Allgood-KREP Radio 92.1 Belleville, Kansas Players from across the state converged on Beloit this week to prepare for the 27th Annual 8-Man All Star Football Games.  Coaches and athletes enjoyed four days of practices and evening activities to come together to represent their schools at Trojan Field on Saturday, June 9th. The Division I teams kicked off first.  ... Read More »

Norton DQ

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ENFIELD RESTAURANTS LLC ANNOUNCE THAT NORTON WILL SOON HAVE A NEW DAIRY QUEEN RESTAURANT WITH A DIFFERENT TWIST. THE DAIRY QUEEN HAS BEEN A LOCALLY OWNED FRANCHISE SINCE IT WAS OPENED ON FEBRUARY 14, 1965. NORTONITES LARRY ENFIELD, SR., AND JODY AND JESSICA ENFIELD, WILL CONTINUE THIS TRADITION. THE DQ GRILL & CHILL WILL BE OPEN IN LATE 2012, HOWEVER ... Read More »

Ellis Honors

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NORTON FFA MEMBER R.J. ELLIS COMPETED AGAINST FIVE OTHER DISTRICT STARS FOR THE STATE’S TOP HONOR OF STATE STAR IN AG PLACEMENT MAY 30-JUNE 1 AT THE 84TH KANSAS FFA CONVENTION ON THE KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS.  EACH YEAR, THE KANSAS FFA ASSOCIATION RECOGNIZES THE THREE FFA MEMBERS WHO HAVE THE TOP SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE (SAE) PROGRAMS, WITH THE STAR ... Read More »

Norton County Commissioners Notes

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THE UPDATE ON THE EMS AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION PROGRAM WERE ITEMS FOR THE NORTON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT THEIR MEETING MONDAY.  EMS SUPERVISOR JANE WYATT REPORTED ON THE DEPARTMENT OPERATIONS AND UPCOMING MEETINGS.  COMMISSIONER JOHN MILLER RELAYED INFORMATION FROM THE STATE BOARD OF EMS MEETING LAST WEEK AND THE MEETINGS THAT WOULD BE IMPORTANT FOR THE COUNTY TO ATTEND.  WYATT ... Read More »

BAM Merit Awards

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THE KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE HAS NAMED 22 REGIONAL BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARD WINNERS AND 97 MERIT AWARD WINNERS AS PART OF BUSINESS APPRECIATION MONTH, THE DEPARTMENT’S ANNUAL CELEBRATION OF KANSAS BUSINESSES AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THEIR COMMUNITIES AND THE STATE ECONOMY.  THE NORTON CITY COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NOMINATED ONE BUSINESS AND ONE NON PROFIT AGENCY AND THEY BOTH RECEIVED MERIT ... Read More »

FFA Chorus

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A SELECT GROUP OF FFA MEMBERS USED THEIR MUSICAL ABILITIES TO ENTERTAIN MEMBERS AND GUESTS AT THE 84TH KANSAS FFA CONVENTION ON THE KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS. MORE THAN 50 STUDENT MEMBERS MADE UP THE STATE FFA CHORUS.  IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THESE SELECT ENSEMBLES, MEMBERS WERE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT AUDITION TAPES AND RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THEIR LOCAL MUSIC INSTRUCTORS. ... Read More »

Area Blood Drives

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THE AMERICAN RED CROSS INVITES YOU TO ROCK AND ROLL UP YOUR SLEEVES THIS SUMMER TO GIVE BLOOD OR PLATELETS.  SHAKE, RATTLE AND ROLL INTO A RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE MAY 22 – JULY 31 AND YOU’LL BE ELIGIBLE TO WIN A GIBSON GUITAR, COURTESY OF THE GIBSON FOUNDATION.  THE RED CROSS WILL AWARD MULTIPLE GUITARS AND 50,000 GUITAR PICKS ... Read More »