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    George-Little Rock commits nine errors in 16-3 defeat

    GEORGE-Nine errors cost the George-Little Rock baseball team in a 16-3 defeat to Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn/Remsen Union in six innings in a non-conference matchup in George Tuesday, June 13.

    Mitch Van Beek goes down in a 7-3 victory over Sheldon

    SHELDON-It was a bitter-sweet victory for the Central Lyon baseball team in a Siouxland Conference showdown against Sheldon.

    Mustangs come out on top in a pitchers’ dual

    GEORGE-The George-Little Rock/Central Lyon softball team did not have the hitting luck it has been accustomed to seeing in recent games, b

  • Acupuncture 101: What is it and what are the benefits?

    June 14th, 2017
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    Acupuncture 101: What is it and what are the benefits? Jason Hommes | Writer jhommes@ncppub.com Rapids Chiropractic will begin offering a new service on June 19 — acupuncture.


    ‘The Beaver’ comes back

    June 14th, 2017
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    Jerry Mathers does not remember his time as a resident of Rock Rapids but that hasn’t stifled his enthusiasm for visiting the community.


    Voting ends soon on Mural Society’s roaring fundraiser

    June 7th, 2017
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    They are not your typical lion statues. This is not your typical fundraiser. But by voting and through a series of auctions, the Rock Rapids Mural Society hopes to raise funds for additional murals.


  • Fireworks vendor set

    June 7th, 2017
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    For the first time in decades, fireworks are legal in Iowa. This means businesses can sell fireworks, and consumers can buy them and shoot them off, so long as they remain within the law.


    Summer fun, sun and safety

    June 7th, 2017
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    Now that school is out, parents and kids will have more hours in the day to fill and have a variety of ways to fill them.


    Long road to the head of the class

    May 31st, 2017
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    Former Central Lyon students and future teachers gain experience half a world away from home Mickee Witt always knew she wanted to be a teacher