Boyden-Hull Show Choir closes year on a high note

Posted April 24, 2014 at 6:59 pm

On March 28, the 38-member Boyden-Hull show choir along with its five-piece band performed at Norfolk, Neb. for the 32nd Annual Northeast Community College Jazz Festival. The group placed second among Class III schools and received a superior rating.

“It’s been a tradition to go to Norfolk,” Kim Godtland, Boyden-Hull’s music teacher and show choir director, said. “The other competitions are just day events, but Norfolk is two days so we get to make a trip out of it.”

The show choir starts practicing a month into the school year and continues the hard work through April, finishing off the year at the Hull awards night.

“They were just a great group of kids to work with,” Godtland said. “They’ve really made a lot of

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    Trinity Christian High School students visit Chicago

    The entire student body at Trinity Christian High School was able to make the trek to the Windy City last month, a trip that was a decided success. The trip centered around a choral performance on March 28 that Trinity was able to share with two other Protestant Reformed high schools, Heritage Christian from Dyer, Ind., and Covenant Christian from Walker, Mich.

    “The idea to go to Chicago actually started because Covenant Christian was unable to come to Dordt College’s vocal music festival

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    Rozeboom serves with Northwestern’s Spring Service Project

    As many local students experienced first hand over their spring break, some of the best things in life are what we share with others. Northwestern College student Carly Rozeboom was just one of those students who gave up her break from school to help those in need.

    Northwestern’s Spring Service Project (SSP) program sends teams of students to several different locations in both the U.S. and abroad. Carly Rozeboom, a Hull native and junior at Northwestern went to Cary, Mississippi for the third

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    Masters honored for service

    Posted April 2, 2014 at 9:25 pm

    On Saturday, March 29, at Parker’s annual Fire Department fundraiser, Bob Masters was honored for his 13 years as fire chief for the organization.

    Masters, who was

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    Upcoming Kulinary Kings event sure to satisfy

    Posted April 1, 2014 at 2:51 pm

    This year marks the fourth annual Kulinary Kings, an event sponsored by Hegg Memorial Health Center, and a decided success for all involved. On April 12 at A&K Electric in Rock Valley, chefs representing local businesses will

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    National Children’s Dental Health Month

    Posted February 20, 2014 at 3:21 pm

    February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, sponsored by the American Dental Association. It aims to raise awareness about the importance of children’s dental care.

    “Sometimes people think that

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    Chancellor Cafe opens with new owners

    Posted February 13, 2014 at 7:28 pm

    In November 2013, Mark Reiners, owner of the Chancellor Cafe closed the doors to the restaurant for the last time. Reiners was retiring and getting out of the business.


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