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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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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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Construction updates given at school board meeting

Construction updates, hirings, retaking of classes and class rank, were some of the business to come before the Lenox School Board on September 8. Drew from Estes Construction gave an update on the school project. Athletic field upgrades should be done before September 22. The paving contractor for the parking lot is scheduled to come…

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Iowa PBS announces new Iowa Press moderator

Kay Henderson, dean of the Iowa Capitol press corps, takes over September 17. Kay Henderson, dean of the Iowa Capitol press corps, takes over September 17 Kay Henderson, the dean of the Iowa Capitol press corps and long-time guest panelist on Iowa Press, will be the next host and moderator of the Iowa PBS public…

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Lenox American Legion Auxilairy

Lenox American Legion Auxiliary members met for a social evening on Tuesday, August 10th at St. Patrick Catholic Church. The following ladies enjoyed sampling delicious snacks throughout the evening: Linda Weeber, Linda Christensen, Maggie Peterson and Hoyt, Bethany Christensen, Jennie Tyler, Lahni Jean Robinson, Peggy Brown and Kathy Ecklin. 2021-22 handbooks were passed out to…

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Lauren Hensley returns home to practice veterinary medicine

Lauren Hensley has returned to her hometown to practice veterinary medicine and joins her dad, J.D. Hensley and partner, Wayne Haidsiak at Tri-County Veterinary Services. Lauren, a 2013 Lenox School graduate, started her first year of college at Northwest Missouri State University and was undecided as to what she wanted to do. Part of the…

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Walk-in COVID vaccine clinic schedule

Taylor and Adams County Public Health will be transitioning to walk-in clinics starting now through the month of May.  Currently they will be available at the following locations on the given day/time: TAYLOR COUNTY, UNITED CHRISTIAN PRESBRYTRIAN CHURCH – BEDFORD Wednesday, May 5th, 1 – 6pm Saturday, May 8th, 9am – 3pm Wednesday, May 12th 1…

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