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Published 11:58am Mar 5th
Pink tradition contiues: Vikette BB team raises money for VGH Gifts of Hope.read article »
Published 5:55pm Mar 4th
VSMS teachers wore t-shirts marking 'Spread the Word' Day, March 4, 2015.read article »
Published 11:30am Mar 3rd
Tilford staff members joined those from other VS buildings in wearing blue for Emma on Monday.read article »
Published 10:04am Mar 4th
Nick Stein: Bowler finished 4th at State; nominated as Athlete of Week by KCRG.read article »
· 11:58am March 5th, 2015 · 3 hours ago
Continuing a five-year tradition, the Vinton-Shellsburg girls basketball team gathered Wednesday afternoon, in pink shirts, to celebrate the success of their 2015 Pink Night. The players and coaches presented a check for $525 to VGH Foundation Director Mike Timmermans and VGH Imaging Services Director Monica Stark.
· 10:35am March 5th, 2015 · 5 hours ago
The rehearsals for Dates with a Nut are moving fast now that we are at the Palace Theatre. You may think a 2 person show is easier than lets say a 10 or 20 person show. Not the case. Just as much work goes into a 2 person show. In fact, for this show, the crew triples the actual cast. As we get closer and closer to opening night the more exciting it gets.
· 5:55pm March 4th, 2015 · 21 hours ago
Several Vinton-Shellsburg teachers, including sisters Alexa Francois at VS Middle School and Stephanie Francois-Miller at Tilford, wore blue or grey t-shirts on Wednesday with the message: Spread the word to end the word. March 4 is the date of the national effort to help Americans remember to speak more respectfully to one another.
· 2:43pm March 4th, 2015
It is certainly that time of year – a time when we are all looking forward to warmer weather just around the corner. It is also that time of year for the Vinton Kiwanis Club’s Annual Pancake Breakfast held at the Vinton Skate and Activity Center. This year the event will be held Saturday, March 7th from 7 AM – 1 PM, with a slight change in serving times to better accommodate people who attend.
· 10:04am March 4th, 2015
Nick Stein (The V-S Senior Bowler who placed 4th at State and was on the State Runner-up bowling team) is one of three finalists for the KCRG “Athlete of the week”. Voting will continue through 10 a.m. Thursday. You may vote by going to: www.kcrg.com/sports/athleteoftheweek/vote Text your vote to: number 45548 and type NICKS as your message.
· 12:31pm March 3rd, 2015
The women of Ruth Circle at Wesley United Methodist Church have been involved in making tactile blankets for babies who are blind or visually impaired. For these children, their hands are their eyes. The blankets are made of recycled material that was donated by church members and friends. Each patchwork square has a different texture for the children to explore, such as corduroy, fleece, denim, satin or velvet.