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“Free Fall, Holding Onto Faith When the Unthinkable Happens.”

On Saturday, Dec. 7, author Rhonda Robinson visited the Arthur Public Library to talk about her new book, “Free Fall, Holding Onto Faith When the Unthinkable Happens.” Robinson is a former Atwood resident who has been writing for many years but recently completed her first book detailing how her life and the life of her…

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ALAH Physics Team

From physics teacher Jake Keown: “We recently participated in the 12th Annual Marshall High School Engineering Competition. This is the 3rd year ALAH has been part of this, every year since I have been here. Around the middle of September the organizer of the event sends out the rules for that year. We are always…

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100 People Who Care

Seniors Emma Lee and Kaylee Yeakel share with those in attendance at the meeting of 100 People Who Care how the grant money provided by the District #305 Education Foundation has been used in their physics classroom. Some of the members of 100 People Who Care wave their red cards and checks to show their…

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ALAH Illinois State Scholars

Seven students from the Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond High School Class of 2020 have been recognized as Illinois State Scholars. Scholars are chosen by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission based on their outstanding SAT/ACT test scores and their class rank. Pictured are (from left to right) Aiden Stewart, Carly Peck, Caden Miller, Audrianna Kauffman, Abigail…

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November Student of the Month at Cerro Gordo High School

Dorie Bulthuis, daughter of Ben and Danaka Bulthuis, has been chosen as the November Student of the Month at Cerro Gordo High School. Dorie is a Senior and is involved in art, twirling, and church activities. She plans to attend Grand Canyon University to get a degree in Sociology. Keila LeHew, Sr. Vice President, State…

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