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Swimmers ride title wave to state meet

Wayne County will be well represented in the IHSAA swim meet next week in the State Finals at Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis after winning events at the New Palestine sectional on Saturday, Feb. 17. The state final preliminary rounds will be conducted on Friday, Feb. 23, and the consolation rounds and the finals will […]

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Clay Township has a new trustee

Mari Lynn Taube of rural Greens Fork became the Clay Township trustee in January. She replaces Rebecca Cool, who moved out of the township. Taube is moving the township office into her home at 10029 Swoveland Road, west of the town of Greens Fork. The office will be open by appointment, she said. To make […]

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Knights advance to regional

In each of the last three seasons, Northeastern entered sectional play as the favorite to win the title only to endure the bitter disappointment of being upset. Beginning last summer, the Lady Knights worked to make sure that history did not repeat itself. When Northeastern took the floor against the Shenandoah Lady Raiders for the […]

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Bulldogs pull away late to defeat Tigers

The Centerville Bulldogs traveled to Hagerstown on Thursday, Dec. 14, for a Tri-Eastern Conference matchup with the Tigers. Both teams were coming off back-to-back losses that included blowouts to state-ranked teams and were looking to return to the winner’s circle. Playing in front of a large vocal crowd, the teams played even for three quarters. […]

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County pair earn 1st-team state honors

When the Indiana High School Football Coaches Association announced the selection of their All-State teams by enrollment classification last week, they included two players from Wayne County schools. Logan Parrish (Hagerstown High School) was named to the 1A team as an offensive lineman. Nate Dickenson (Centerville High School) was named to the 3A team as […]

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Big 2nd quarter lifts Cards

When Seton Catholic and Hagerstown got together in a basketball game Wednesday, Nov. 29 in the Athletics and Wellness Center on the campus of Earlham College, it was more like four distinctly different games depending on which quarter they were in.   In the first quarter, Hagerstown put on a shooting clinic. Kaagen Kendall and […]

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Honor Society students help at job fair 

Nearly two dozen high school students made a big difference at a job fair and the organizer’s appreciation for them became the subject of a superintendent spotlight during the Nov. 8 Nettle Creek Schools board meeting. In a letter to Emily Schaeffer, school superintendent, Brian K. Rea, a disabled veteran outreach program specialist in the […]