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Published 10:03am Feb 1st

Voyagers make blankets for Project Linus.

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  • Voyagers make blankets for Project Linus.
    Published 10:03am Feb 1st

    Voyagers make blankets for Project Linus.

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  • Nick Hyland finished first at 138 lbs at the Wamac meet on Saturday.
    Published 10:03am Feb 1st

    Nick Hyland finished first at 138 lbs at the Wamac meet on Saturday.

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  • Former Vikette Maddie Cornell tossed a complete game shutout for her first W of the college season.
    Published 7:53pm Jan 30th

    Former Vikette Maddie Cornell tossed a complete game shutout for her first W of the college season.

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  • These shirts will fill the VSHS gym on Tuesday for the annual Pink Night.
    Published 12:23pm Jan 29th

    These shirts will fill the VSHS gym on Tuesday for the annual Pink Night.

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Hyland wins Wamac title at 138; Wehage, Henry also place

By V-S Community School District · 10:03am February 1st, 2015 · 2 hours ago
Congratulations to Vinton-Shellsburg wrestler Nick Hyland, who finished first at the Wamac wrestling meet Saturday. Other Vikings who placed during the event at Western Dubuque included Max Wehage, 3rd at 126; and Steve Henry, 4th at Heavyweight.

Project Linus: VS student leads blanket-making effort

By Dean Close · 10:03am February 1st, 2015 · 2 hours ago
Members of the VS Voyagers dance team spent much of the time during their team lock-in making blankets. Voyager Caitlin Kruckenberg led the effort, and her Voyager peers helped make about 20 blankets for the Project Linus organization. Named after the iconic “Peanuts” character who always had his blanket, Project Linus seeks to provide comfort to children via blankets made by volunteers.

A historic, and personal 12th anniversary...

By Dean Close · 2:11am January 31st, 2015
Friday was an unusual and special 12th anniversary for me, although nothing actually happened on that day a dozen years ago. Confused? Let me explain. On the Friday before Super Bowl XXXVII in January of 2003, I had been living in Washington, Iowa for just under three years, working at the newspaper.

The nearly 50-year-old stolen 'Super Bowl' joke

By Dean Close · 1:18am January 31st, 2015
Perhaps you saw an ad on TV, or a flier in a newspaper, or some other form of advertising that refers to Sunday’s NFL Championship Game between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks as “the big game.” Why, you may wonder, don’t they just say “Super Bowl?” Because, they can’t – at least not without having the NFL and its trademark lawyers suing them.

Former Viking Cornell earns win for No. 25 Taylor in Florida

By Dean Close · 7:53pm January 30th, 2015
Former Vinton-Shellsburg standout pitcher Maddie Cornell earned her first win of the 2015 season this week, as her Taylor University Trojans defeated Northwood in Florida. Cornell, the daughter of Dave and Kelly Cornell of rural Vinton, pitched a complete game shutout. She is a sophomore at Taylor, which is located in Upland, Ind.

V-S Community School District Newsletter

By Karrie Bartling, Vinton-Shellsburg CSD · 11:26am January 30th, 2015
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