The Charles City Singers, under the direction of Steve Heitbrink, will present their 40th annual Spring Concert on Sunday, April 26 at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Charles City at 7:30 p.m. The Singers is an adult chorus from Charles City and the surrounding area. The group has been preparing for this program since January and will...
No. 1 tennis player for the Comets Meagan Miller won in three sets Monday in Sportsman’s Park. — Press photo by Chris Baldus
Meagan Miller’s three set singles victory over Hannah Fox of Waverly-Shell Rock was the Comets’ sole victory Monday night in Sportsman’s Park.  Last week when Miller faced Fox, she dropped the match, but she was able to reverse this week’s outcome.  “Meagan Miller is a great competitor,” said...
Bryce Hamm, part of CC Squad 3, shot a 29 at Monday’s meet. — Submitted photo
The Charles City/Nashua-Plainfield trap shooting team kept its aim steady and true on Monday at the Mason City Invite, held yesterday at the Ventura Gun Club, producing two top shooters. Squad 1’s Alix Blickenderfer took top boys individual place with a score of 46. Squad 2’s Sydney North earned the girls top spot with a score of...
OSAGE — The April Foster Grandparent of the month is Colleen (Colly) Huebsch. Grandma Colly can be found in Mrs. Moritz’s first grade class at Lincoln Elementary School in Osage, where she has volunteered for the last three years. Colleen was born in Perham, Minn. and now lives in Osage with her husband Bill. They are the parents...
Kaylee Cerwinske, left, finishes just .09 seconds ahead of New Hampton in the distance medley for a first place finish.
Racing to first place finishes at Thursday’s track and field meet in New Hampton was the Nashua-Plainfield girls distance and sprint medleys.  Earning 10 points for the Huskies, with a time of 4:46.17, was the distance medley group of Sharice Lindeland, Briley Fisher, Kaylee Eggers and Kaylee Cerwinske. The top...
Kevin Anderson, right, an Iowa State University student teacher, flies the new drone. Dan Swartzrock, center and Carter West, left, watch the drone hover and fly.
The Charles City High School has a new piece of equipment: a Yuneec Q500 drone.  The decision to research purchasing a drone was inspired by Kevin Anderson, an Iowa State University student teacher in Jim Lundberg’s agriculture classes.  “Talking with Mr. Lundberg about how students need to be prepared for the...
No. 1 tennis player for the Comets Meagan Miller won in three sets Monday in Sportsman’s Park. — Press photo by Chris Baldus
Bryce Hamm, part of CC Squad 3, shot a 29 at Monday’s meet. — Submitted photo
Kaylee Cerwinske, left, finishes just .09 seconds ahead of New Hampton in the distance medley for a first place finish.
Kevin Anderson, right, an Iowa State University student teacher, flies the new drone. Dan Swartzrock, center and Carter West, left, watch the drone hover and fly.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 - 3:00am
No. 1 tennis player for the Comets Meagan Miller won in three sets Monday in Sportsman’s Park. — Press photo by Chris Baldus
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 - 1:10am
Bryce Hamm, part of CC Squad 3, shot a 29 at Monday’s meet. — Submitted photo
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 - 1:08am
Monday, April 20, 2015 - 11:00pm
Kevin Anderson, right, an Iowa State University student teacher, flies the new drone. Dan Swartzrock, center and Carter West, left, watch the drone hover and fly.
Monday, April 20, 2015 - 1:21am
Jim Davis serves as a guest speaker during one of the tutorial sections of SMART Lunch. He spoke with students about finding their passion and entering a career they will love. Guest speakers are just one opportunity that students can take advantage of during the restructured lunch period. — Press photo by Amie Johansen
Friday, April 17, 2015 - 3:06am

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No. 1 tennis player for the Comets Meagan Miller won in three sets Monday in Sportsman’s Park. — Press photo by Chris Baldus
Meagan Miller’s three set singles victory over Hannah Fox of Waverly-Shell Rock was the Comets’ sole victory Monday night in Sportsman’s Park.  Last week when Miller faced...

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