Hamilton and Smithville both hoisted state championship trophies for slowpitch softball in October. Next year, they will have to face each other for the right to get back to Jackson. After Friday’s MHSAA reclassification, Hamilton will drop to a Class 1A school and joins Smithville as a division rival in 1-1A in football and 1-4A […]
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- Mammograms topic of Gilmore hospital’s next health seminar October 2, 2015
- National Fire Protection Association encourages fire safety October 7, 2015
- Phase I of Prairie Brownfields assessment outlined in public hearing October 7, 2015
- County roadwork more than a quick job and an easy fix October 7, 2015
- Vikings run over Nettleton October 7, 2015
- Moore leads as Noles top Falkner October 8, 2015
- Tigers open up division play with road win October 8, 2015
- Lions stomp Biggersville for first win October 8, 2015
- Nettleton tops Hatley to secure playoff spot October 8, 2015
- ICC offers GED Ready practice test at discounted rate October 8, 2015
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