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MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE… A DAY TO NOT FORGET.

June 8, 2021

Members of American Legion Post #479 conducted the annual Memorial Day service on Monday, May 31, in the Arthur Cemetery. Post Commander Terry Ferchow served as master of ceremonies welcoming everyone and introduced guest speaker John Stewart, First Baptist Church Pastor who reminded those in attendance Memorial Day is a day for remembering all who…

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MEMORIAL DAY FLAGS

June 8, 2021

Members and friends of the Arthur American Legion Auxiliary Unit #479 are braving the weather and putting out flags on Vine Street, Eberhardt Senior Community and ALAH High School for Memorial Day. Those bundled up are Joel Fitzjarrald, Sherry Fitzjarrald, Arlone Doan, Diana Gaye Davis, Linda Perrine, Gayle Cearlock, Sally McCarthy, Macy Hollingsworth, Delano Yeakel,…

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homeplace RIBBON CUTTING.

June 8, 2021

homeplace RIBBON CUTTING. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Friday, June 4 at homeplace in conjunction with their open house. Co-owners and sisters Jennifer Kuhns and Julie Gharu hosted the grand opening event to celebrate their new location in downtown Arthur. They feature apparel, local handmades, new and vintage home goods, furniture, and more.…

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Electronic Recycling

June 8, 2021

The Arthur Rotary Club held a successful electronic recycling event recently behind the grade school. A box truck full of electronics was sent to a recycling center. Arthur Rotary would like to thank all who participated. For more information on local electronic recycling please email [email protected] Pictured are left to right Dave Allen, Rick Weger,…

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ALAH Softball Regional and LPC Champions

June 8, 2021

Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond Knight softball team celebrates their regional championship win on Friday, June 4 in Arthur against Salt Fork. Final score was 9-0. Pictured with the regional plaque are team members (front row left to right) Assistant Coach Ginny Condill, Alisha Frederick, Madison Schweighart, Kailee Otto, Ryli Kauffman, Kaci Beachy. (back row, left…

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ALAH’s Alexa Miller Going to State in the Triple Jump

June 8, 2021

Alexa Miller, a junior on the Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond girls track and field team takes off the runaway in the triple jump at the I.H.S.A. Sectional meet hosted by Tuscola High School last Friday, June 4. Alexa took second place in the event which qualifies her for the I.H.S.A. State Track and Field Championships…

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ALAH Jr. High Track Teams Honored at Awards Night

June 8, 2021

The Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond jr. high track teams held their postseason awards night on June 1. Pictured here are the girls that won the Special Awards handed out by Coach Bryton Ragon that night. From left to right: Maleyna Vanausdoll, Team Award; Skyler Vorck, Points Award; Alex Clark, Points Award; Gracie Romine, Team Award;…

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ALAH Knights Baseball Advances to Regional Championship Game

June 8, 2021

WINNING HIT. With the game tied at 4 all in the bottom of the tenth inning, Knight Brayden Fay singles on a hard ground ball with the count 0-2 scoring Brady Borntreger. Fay had three hits in five at bats in the game to lead ALAH. A walk-off single propelled Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond to…

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ALAH CLASS OF 2021

May 31, 2021

PRESENTING THE ARTHUR LOVINGTON ATWOOD HAMMOND CLASS OF 2021. Seventy-one seniors received their diplomas Saturday, May 29 on a sunny but cool late spring evening. The in-person Commencement ceremony was held outside at Wilson Field. Immediately following the ceremony the graduates lined the track as they received congratulations and best wishes from family and friends…

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Cue Pomp and Circumstance: ALAH Graduates 71 Seniors

May 31, 2021

“I believe the world is missing something big….You, the Class of 2021 are greater than a global pandemic. You are greater than these circumstances. These last months do not define who you are or your future,” Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond High School Principal Steffanie Seegmiller stated as she addressed 71 seniors seated behind her at…

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