• Engineering at its best

    Stanton High School students were privileged to have current students from MIT’s (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) women in science and engineering program present information aimed at exposing high school girls to career paths within science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

  • Truman State University Fall 2009

    KIRKSVILLE - Truman State University has released the Fall 2009 Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs’ List. To qualify for this list, an undergraduate student must attain a semester 3.50-3.99 grade point average and must complete 12 semester hours of credit.

  • Red Oak High School 65th Reunion

    The reunion of Red Oak High School class of 1944 was held at the Red Coach Inn and Restaurant Sept. 19, 2009. Thirteen classmates gathered for an evening of dinning and reminiscing. The members and their spouses met again Sept. 20, 2009, for breakfast at the Firehouse Restaurant. Front row from left: Doris (Wynn) Fort of Red Oak, Carolyn (Wetterlind) McKay of Red Oak, Charlene (Wood) Corrin of Reedley, Calif., Mary Frances (Wombolt) Chapman of Sioux City.

  • 2010 Robert D. Blue Scholarship Application is available online

    DES MOINES — State Treasurer Michael Fitzgerald announced today that the application for the 2010 Robert D. Blue Scholarship is available online at www.rdblue.org. All Iowa residents who plan to attend college in Iowa for the 2010-2011 school year are eligible to apply.

  • Eisenbraun graduates

    Air Force Airman Alexander C. Eisenbraun graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.

    The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.

  • IWCC graduates

    Approximately 216 individuals participated in December graduation ceremonies at Iowa Western Community College (IWCC).

    Red Oak residents Matthew M. Jones graduated and received an associate of applied science degree in paramedic specialist; Rachel K. Kuipers graduated and received an associate of arts degree in criminal justice.

    Emerson residents Megan M. Gage graduated and received an associate of applied science degree in culinary arts; Joshua M. Gentry graduated and received an associate of arts degree in education.

  • East Mills Middle School students selected for SWIBA Honor Band

    The Southwest Iowa Bandmasters Association held its annual District Middle School Honor Band Auditions on Oct. 31 at Clarinda Middle School.

    Two East Mills Middle School students were selected for the SWIBA Honor Band: Michael Blank, trombone, 7th grade, and Emily Wagaman, clarinet, 8th grade.

    More than 700 students auditioned for selection to the 7th and 8th Grade Honor Bands. The Honor Bands rehearsed and performed at the Atlantic High School on Nov. 13.

  • Heading off to college

    The Red Oak High School Guidance Office is hosting a financial aid meeting for high school seniors and their families. It will be held at 7 p.m. on Jan. 4 in the high school cafeteria. A representative from the ICAN College Planning Center will be presenting information and answering questions.

    This program is geared toward high school seniors and their parents, however, high school juniors and their parents could also benefit. Topics will include:

    Overview of the financial aid process

    Types of financial assistance available

  • Fehring receives degree from UNL

    LINCOLN – More than 1,400 students are scheduled to receive degrees from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in commencement exercises Dec. 18-19.

  • ACT Prep Course Available at SWCC

    RESTON — The Trio Educational Talent Search (ETS) program at Southwestern Community College is offering free ACT Test Prep Courses for all ETS high school participants the morning of Jan. 9, 2010.

    Two options are available for students who attend: Option 1 – 8 a.m. to noon. Students who choose Option 1 will be participating in a mock exam consisting of the same conditions as the official ACT exam. Option 2 – 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Students who choose Option 2 will attend two break-out sessions of their choice (math, English or science).