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05/24/2017 - 7:56am
            While most high school students would consider a job in food, retail or out in the fields to be just about all that is accessible to them, another option is open for those who have an interest in politics or simply want to experience something new. For Sigourney’s Tanner Halleran and Tri-County’s Abbey Hartwig, Natalie Steinke and Lydia...
05/24/2017 - 7:48am
            The Washington County Riverboat Foundation announced its spring grant recipients last week, including three grants awarded to two areas schools.             Sigourney Community Schools were granted $675 for an AED to go into Sigourney Elementary....
05/24/2017 - 7:43am
           A crisp spring air whistled through town as more than 100 Sigourney residents and their relatives gathered outside the main doors of the high school on Saturday. Many were dressed in formal attire ranging from pretty dresses to handsome suits, while others simply came clad in their everyday jeans and tees....
05/17/2017 - 2:48pm
            Each year, the South Iowa Cedar League (SICL) rotates their art show alphabetically between its 13-member league, allowing many students and hundreds of art lovers to view what the students have worked on. This season, Sigourney had their turn to display a plethora of student drawings, painting,...
05/17/2017 - 2:26pm
            With the resignation of Dennis Phelps as Superintendent of Tri-County CSD following a shared agreement with Keota CSD, the Board of Education during a meeting on Monday, May 15 approved a 28E sharing agreement with Belle Plaine for Superintendent Chad Straight to come to Tri-County    ...
05/17/2017 - 11:51am
           The second grade classes at Sigourney Elementary got a small taste from the big oceans as Dustin Glandon from Iowa Shrimp Farms came to class to talk about the delicious little creatures and the importance of our oceans.             Glandon, whose son...
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