NEWS

Friendship, near and afar

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Some memories will make you laugh, some will make you cry, but they all remind us of how much that one true, special friend, is needed. This is the case with Kathy Brummer and Susanne Fabricius who have been best friends since Susanne's arrival as a Beloit High School foreign... [More]

One vehicle accident injures Oklahoma man

BELOIT –  A one vehicle accident  sent Robert G. Musselwhite Jr, 53, of Fort Gibson, Okla. to the Mitchell County Hospital on Friday at  7:40 p.m. Musselwhite  was southbound on Highway K14 when his Freightliner semi truck and trailer left the roadway... [More]

Warm temperatures with possible snow Tuesday

BELOIT – After the most significant ice storm in 10 years struck on Jan. 15-16, weather temperatures have been higher than normal as Beloit has experienced 40 degrees this past week and into the weekend. According to the National Weather Service, those temperatures are... [More]

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SPORTS

Harris wins 113 Division Championship

  BELOIT –  Beloit wrestlers were host to the 47th Annual Beloit Invitational tournament as junior Blayne Harris won his 113 weight division championship. State ranked Harris defeated 4A ranked Zach Strait of Concordia after escaping on a 2-1 trail to tie... [More]

Lady Trojans finish fourth at Sterling Invitational

BELOIT – The Beloit Lady Trojans took on Class 3A No.1 ranked Hugoton in the semi-finals of the Sterling Tournament on Wednesday at Sterling High School. After gradually falling into a deep hole, the Lady Trojans rallied against a very good team, but fell short 64-55.... [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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