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Granby Students Perform Musical Of Historic Proportions

Sixth grade students at Granby Elementary School recently traveled back to present the musical “Dig It! A Musical Tale of Ancient Civilizations” before fellow students, teachers and family members. The musical chronicles the adventures of two archaeologists, who travel throughout … Continue reading


First-Ever Science Fair Held At Pulaski Middle School

Pulaski Middle School held its first-ever science fair on March 24. Science teacher Melisa Jennings said this has been a dream of hers for years. The students initiated the program themselves, coming up with judging parameters and rules on their own.

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Go Blue for Colon Cancer Awareness Month

Held annually in recognition of March being Colon Cancer Awareness Month ‘Dress in Blue Day’ helps to raise awareness of colon cancer and the free cancer screenings that are available through the OCO Cancer Services Program Partnership.

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Good Friday Cross Walk Set in Fulton

The Fulton Good Friday Cross Walk, to be held on April 3, will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the parking lot of Holy Trinity Parish, 309 Buffalo St. Walkers will take turns carrying a large wooden cross in the downtown section of the city.

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Hannibal Students Have Hearts Of Gold

In partnership with the American Heart Association, the DMK physical education department recently worked to raise awareness of cardiac issues while simultaneously raising funds for the organization. The initiative, dubbed Hoops for Heart, promotes physical activity, heart-healthy dietary and lifestyle choices and community service.

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