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Season of giving close to heart of Franklin County
Dec 17, 2014 • The RecorderBy collecting donations and selling fudge from Mo's Fudge Factor in Shelburne, the National Honor Society at the Greenfield High School also collects toys and food for a family through the Adopt-a-Family program. Each year, the roughly 35 students go ... More
Weekly entertainment calendar
Dec 4, 2014 • Milwaukee Journal SentinelMo's Irish Pub: Andrew Gelles, 10 p.m. Dec. 6, 142 W. Wisconsin Ave. Parkside 23: Andrew Gelles, ..... Greenfield High School PAC: Greenfield Concert Band presents "Winter Around the World," 7 p.m. Dec. 5, 4800 S. 60th St., Greenfield, (414) 529-6700. More
Pierce City football's season opener cancelled
Aug 16, 2014 • Monett TimesHowever, no one could have prepared the Pierce City football team, as well as the rest of the Spring River Valley Conference (SRVC), for the call it got Friday from Greenfield High School. Low player turnout, combined with ... Per Jason West, media ... More
Richard L. Bassett Forsyth, Mo.
Oct 22, 2014 • Creston News AdvertiserThey lived in Greenfield near his in-laws until August 2012 when they moved to Forsyth, Mo. Dick was a member of the Assemblies of God Church and helped in that church's ministry, MAPS RV Volunteers. They traveled from Alaska to Hawaii from 1994 until ... More
Library's initiative to preserve old yearbooks goes online
Nov 19, 2014 • Greenfield Daily ReporterHenry Richey, a 1959 gradute of Greenfield High School, goes through his personal collection of yearbooks. The Hancock County Public Library now has a growing inventory of digitized yearbooks online. (Tom Russo / Daily Reporter). GREENFIELD ... More
School Apologizes for Hazing
Nov 19, 2014 • KGAN TVGREENFIELD, IA (AP) - School officials have issued an apology to victims of a 2011 hazing incident at a Greenfield high school. The apology came as part of a settlement Tuesday from the incident in the high school's wrestling room. Two students were ... More
Large Pay Raises For State Agency Directors Draws Criticism
Oct 23, 2014 • news9.com KWTVOKLAHOMA CITY -. Large pay hikes for the heads of state agencies have drawn belated criticism from Governor Fallin, but have also made her the target of some criticism. The raises came in response to a pay study authorized by the Legislature in 2013 ... More
Has pipeline seismic testing already begun?
Sep 22, 2014 • The RecorderWhile the pipeline company denies it has been doing any seismic testing in Franklin County, Montague resident Laura Chapdelaine, who lives on Greenfield Road, near where the proposed route would cross beneath the Connecticut River on its way from ... More
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