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ALAH wins crowd favorite at Mt. Zion Music Marching Games

The Arthur Lovington Atwood Hamond Marching Knights compete in the Mt. Zion Music Marching Games on the Mt. Zion Football field. The band won the 2A Crowd Pleaser Award. By BLAKE FAITH Staff Writer The 15th annual Mt. Zion Music Marching Games wrapped up on Saturday night. Mt. Zion played host so they were not…

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Arthur Rotary Club Program

Rotary International District 6490 Governor Heather Stoa provided the program at the Arthur Rotary Club meeting on September 9. She shared her passion for Rotary and the Rotary Foundation. She told us how she got started in Rotary and how the commitment to its local and global projects have kept her involved and engaged. She…

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ALAH KING & QUEEN CANDIDATES

ALAH KING & QUEEN CANDIDATES. The Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond High School Homecoming Queen and King candidates for 2021 have been announced. Pictured are Delaney Gillis, daughter of Chris and Kelly Gillis; Jace Green, son of Justin and Monica Green; Michaela Powell, daughter of Michael and Angie Powell; Kade Herschberger, son of Jason and Dorcas…

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A/ALAH Golf Three-Peats In LPC Match

Knight Riders Go Back to Back to Back in LPC Championship. For the third year in a row the Arcola Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond golf team brought home the first place trophy in the annual conference match. Pictured here is the winning team, from left to right: Nolan Schrock, Braden Kauffman, Alex Kuhns, Kade Herschberger,…

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Red Cross Community Blood Drive September 30

An American Red Cross blood drive will be held in the Arthur community on Thursday, September 30, from 1-6 pm at the Arthur United Methodist Church fellowship hall. This drive is sponsored by the Arthur Ministerial Association and the Arthur Lions Club. The Red Cross is still in need of blood during this time and…

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School Board approves BLDD Architect Services for Facilities Planning

Despite the continuing COVID19 Pandemic, school year is still off to a great start By ARIANA R. CHERRY Staff Writer At the start of the most recent ALAH School Board meeting, new teachers and the new health aid introduced themselves to members of the board. Some of those who were introduced included Katy Agney, new…

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GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY HELD.

GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY HELD. Eberhardt Independent Living broke ground on Wednesday, September 15 where the next set of duplex’s will be built. Pictured is Julie Paddock, Public Relations Coordinator; Peggy Harmon, future occupant; Rick Weger, board president; Barb and Glenn Gerichs, future occupants; and Joe Combes, O. E. Schrock, Inc. General Contractor. Anticipated construction time is…

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Arthur Rotary Club won the Community Service Award

The Arthur Rotary Club won the Community Service Award for District 6490 on Thursday, September 2 for their work on the Electronic Recycling event held last May. Pictured are, front row, Tanya Walker, Karen Good, Sarah Kitchen, Leroy Allison. Back row, John Stewart, Mike Step (Past District Governor), Jill Bunker (President), Julie Paddock (Past President),…

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