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Tiger Volleyball Heads to the Postseason

By Tyler Peterson The Lenox Tiger volleyball team finished up the conference tournament this past week, and are headed to the postseason. The Tigers drew Wayne in the opening round of the Pride of Iowa Conference Volleyball Tournament. The Tigers, who are playing their best ball at the right time, took care of the Falcons…

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LMU approves continuation of Scholarship, economic dollars

Lenox Municipal Utilities met on October 14 and voted to continue with scholarship for graduates and economic dollars for local projects, set a public hearing to borrow funds for a project, and accepted an employee resignation. John Borland, manager, said CIPCO will no longer participate in designating funds for economic development dollars and scholarships. In…

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Tigers Crowned District Champs

By Tyler Peterson The Lenox Tiger football team was crowned District Nine Champion last Friday night after they won a double overtime thriller over Fremont-Mills. The Tigers finished off their perfect regular season with the best overall team effort in a single game all year. Up to last week’s matchup the Tiger starters hadn’t played a…

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Lenox senior, Hailley Brown commits to Spartan dance team

Hailley Brown, a senior at Lenox High School, signed with the Southwestern dance team for their 2022-23 run. Brown, who will graduate in May 2022, has been involved in band, dance, and cheer team during high school. She has received varsity letters in band and dance. Academically, she has earned a 3.5-4.0 grade point average.…

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Dawgs Dominate Eagles

By Jason Bucher      On Friday the Bedford Bulldog faithful watched the Dawgs put an end to a five-game losing streak with a dominant 60-31 win over district opponent East Union.      Before the game, the crowd recognized six seniors and their parents for their hard work and dedication to the Bedford Bulldog football program. Seniors Logan…

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Meet the candidates for Bedford School Board

     Two candidates are running for District 1 Bedford School Board, James Johnson, incumbent, and Nick Gray.      Russele Sleep is running for District 5 school board. Mike Irvin is currently serving in that district and is not seeking re-election. The Times-Press was unable to schedule a time to meet with Russele.      School board and city council…

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Bedford City Council candidate

     Joel Hardee is our last Bedford City Council candidate to feature.      Joel Hardee is a 1999 Bedford High School graduate who received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from MidAmerica Nazarene University. He and wife Tecia have four children, Aniya, 7th grade, Kye, 5th grade, Tyla, 4th grade, and Josyah, 2nd grade.

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Auxiliary delivers dictionaries to third grade

     Dictionaries were delivered to the 3rd grade class at Bedford Elementary School on October 6, 2021 by Auxiliary members, dictionary chairman Kathy Schrodt, members Rhonda Russell, Nancy Adams and Son of the Legion (SAL) member Taylan Howard. Lucas Schrodt is also a member of the SAL in this class. There were 48 total dictionaries delivered.

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