The PLT Middle School Quiz Bowl team is in the midst of their season albeit a short one. The 7th and 8th grade teams compete in ten matches over a four week period.
Despite the format, four wrestlers qualified for the state meet. Wyatt Goossens took 1st at 85#, Jacob Gibson took 3rd at 90#, Parker Rangel took 3rd at 95 #, and Kelly Hicks took 2nd at 167#.
The PLT#3 School Board approved the hiring of Dr. John Petzke as the next superintendent at a special board meeting at the...
She will compete at 120#. "Its tough to practice with the boys especially since they are a lot bigger than I am."
The EP baseball and softball teams have been outdoors this week taking advantage of favorable weather. They are scheduled to open the season on Tuesday, March 17th at home.
The class is offered to juniors and seniors and acquaints them with the knowledge and skills necessary to own and operate their own businesses.
Birkey's Farm Store in Prophetstown held its annual open house on Wednesday. Visitors were treated to a breakfast of pancakes, sausage, fruit and drinks.
Fr. Toni Kretowicz and parishioners at St. Catherine Catholic Church in Prophetstown burned palms on Sunday in perpetration for Ash Wednesday.
Grunder will face a very tough battle in his opening round match on Thursday morning when he meets Levi Neulib from Heyworth who is a four-time state medalist, taking the championship in the 113# class last year.
The Village of Tampico celebrated President Ronald Reagan's birthday on Thursday with an open house at the Reagan Birthplace Museum and Tampico Historical Society.