Photos courtesy Barb Proeger, Erie High School Senior Jaden Johnson signed her letter of intent to play softball next...
In the video, Coach Jesse Abbott talked about the team's effort and their ability to bounce back each time Clifton scored. Running back Mason Misfeldt also describes a touchdown which involved a catch, a fumble, a scoop, and a score.
Lots of activities were available for all ages at the Erie Pumpkin Bash on Saturday.
The Prophetstown Fire Protection District hosted Prophetstown Elementary students recently at the Prophetstown Station to review fire safety tips, demonstrate equipment, tour the facility, and try on firefighting equipment.
A sunny fall day helped to attract a good size crowd to the event, which spread from Eclipse Square Veterans Memorial Park onto Main Street and included a wide variety artisans featuring their handcrafted products.
"The fifth graders helped us come up with stations, gave ideas for prizes, made all of the posters, and made the flyer that we sent home to the students. The day of the carnival, they spent the morning helping us get everything set up. They also each worked at a station for half of the time," Grady said.
7th graders Sarah Link and Nathan Punke both took to the two mile course with 242 and 284 runners respectively after qualifying at their sectional meets.
This year's event was changed from the traditional Halloween costume dance. Having the dance outside allowed for social distancing without the need to mask.
"It was a great team win, we played really well in all 3 phases tonight. We were able to come out and score quickly to start the game, which helped our guys get into a rhythm.
Submitted Mary Thormahlen, a stay at home mom of 2, became a Chalk Couture designer in October 2019...