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In December of this year, while the majority of Hiawathans are recuperating from the Christmas holiday, one will be traveling to sunny Orlando to perform during the pregame show of the Citrus Bowl.

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Hiawatha High School’s fall production “The Addams Family” will be hitting the stage next weekend with shows Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Show times are 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday with a 2 p.m. matinee on the 11th.

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With Fall Homecoming right around the corner, the Hiawatha Red Hawks are gearing up for a week full of competition, camaraderie, and football beginning on Monday and ending on Friday with the homecoming dance.

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In the fall of 2000, Kevin Hines jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge in an attempt to take his own life. However, as he stood before the Hiawatha High School students and staff, it was clear that he was there for a very important reason: hope.

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The 2018 fall season promises to be a season full of surprises, as each Red Hawk team has been putting in hours of practice during the summer.

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SALINA – The academic achievements, positive attitudes, and valuable impacts of Wildcats on the Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus were highlighted and honored during an annual celebration marking the end of the school year.

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Joshua North, Director of Financial Aid at Highland Community College, was recently named by the Kansas Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators as a Rising Star within the organization. The award is given to individuals with less than five years of experience who have demonstrate…

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The Board of Education of the Brown County Kansas Special Education Interlocal No. 615 held its regular June meeting at 6 p.m. on June 18 at the Special Education Annex in Hiawatha.

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The USD 415 School Board met on Tuesday morning and voted to approve a revision to the 2018-19 school year budget, after a late adjustment from the state regarding virtual credits.

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The USD 415 School Board voted Monday evening to hire Educational Consulting Services to put together a long term facilities plan for the district, which put to rest for the time being the ongoing discussion of whether or not to move part of the high school’s shop into the wrestling room.

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The Hiawatha School Board met on Monday evening, and as part of the Consent Agenda, filled many of the district’s vacancies with new hirings.

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After holding a late-May special meeting to accept the resignation of Horton High School principal Fred Winter, the USD 430 met on Monday evening, and agreed to move current Athletic Director Larry Mills into the principal position, while bumping Nick Dowell into a role as Assistant AD.

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Highland Community College played host to the Northeast Kansas Entrepreneurship Academic during the week of June 10. Students from Doniphan, Brown and Atchison counties gathered for an intensive 3-day workshop focusing on skills needed to start a business. Students learn about topics critica…