NEWS

Mitchell County dog test positive for rabies

BELOIT – A dog in Mitchell County has tested positive for rabies.  The dog was not previously vaccinated against rabies.  Rabies is a fatal viral disease in people and animals. People or animals can become infected with the rabies virus from a bite by a rabid... [More]

SVCF awards $50,000 in grants

The Solomon Valley Community Foundation is pleased to announce the recent awarding of grants totaling more than $50,000 to local projects in Mitchell County. Funding of the Grants was made possible from the generosity of The Dane G. Hansen Foundation and the Founding Donors... [More]

MCPC announces grant award

BELOIT – Solomon Valley Economic Development held the monthly meeting on Thursday in the North Central Regional Planning Commission basement meeting room. Mitchell County Partnership for Children (MCPC) Executive Director Brady Dean, accompanied by Kelly Shamburg, made... [More]

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SPORTS

Lady Jays State ranked third

  KENSINGTON – The St. John's/Tipton Lady Jays are now 12-1and third State ranked after adding two wins to their season during the Thunder Ridge triangular on Tuesday. Lady Jays defeated Pike Valley in two sets of 25-19 and 25-22.  Leading St. John's/Tipton... [More]

Blujay boys cross country place second

SMITH CENTER – The St. John’s Cross Country team competed in its second meet of the season at the Smith Center Invitational on Thursday as the varsity boys were able to bring home a second place trophy for the Blujays.  David Lutgen delivered another first... [More]

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OPINIONS

Op-ed: Unpacking the events at Mizzou

  You may have heard there is a lot going on at the University of Missouri-Columbia these days. Racial incidents and the university’s response, or lack thereof, to them have caused tensions to reach a peak. A graduate student, Jonathon Butler, started a hunger... [More]

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