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It’s Homecoming Week!

It’s Homecoming Week!

West Delaware kicked off Homecoming Week Monday with “America Monday” with students dressing up in red, white, and blue. Student Council member Anna Thole tells about the theme for the rest of the week: Student Council member McKenna Coates says the hallways will be decorated with a movie theme: This year’s Homecoming King and Queen

HS Football: Week 4 Recap

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: Week four of the high school football season saw 6 of the 12 KMCH area schools pick up victories. Here is a look at how those games went and who those area teams will play in week 5: In Manchester- West Delaware got a huge effort from sophomore running back Caleb

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HS Volleyball: West Delaware Wins Home Tournament

The West Delaware volleyball team won their home invitational Saturday inside the Seedorff Gymnasium as they went 5-1 in the seven team round robin tournament. West Delaware claimed the title despite a three way tie for first place between the Hawks, Starmont, and Independence by having a higher set percentage. West Delaware defeated Maquoketa Valley, Independence,


Hopkinton Lutheran Church Permanently Closing Doors

A Hopkinton church is permanently closing its doors. St. John’s Lutheran Church has been in the community for over 150 years. Church member Suzanne Reiter says they’ve always been a small congregation, but it was a vibrant one too with dedicated members. This year, they dwindled down to seventy members and they’ve had to make


HS Football: West Delaware Looks To Remain Unbeaten

The West Delaware football team looks to stay unbeaten tonight as they host Center Point-Urbana inside Brown Field in Manchester. The Hawks who are 3-0 and 1-0 in district play after a 39-22 win over Davenport Assumption in the opening week of district action will welcome in the Stormin Pointers who defeated Maquoketa 32-7 to


“Mystery Tour” Surprises Residents with Visits to Clayton County Towns

Some Clayton County residents are being whisked away on some fun adventures each month… and where they’re going is always a surprise. It’s called the “Clayton County: Mystery, Mingle, Munch and Mob Tour Series”. And Abbey Harkrader with the county’s Conservation Board says they started the program this past spring. The Mystery, Mingle, Munch and


Manchester Church Celebrates 160 Years

One Manchester church celebrated its 160th anniversary this past weekend. Community Congregational United Church of Christ on East Howard Street has been around since the town’s very beginning. Pastor Kurt Pasko says even though the church has changed names over the years, it’s always been the same congregation. The church celebrated its 160th anniversary last