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The National Honor Society Induction Ceremony was held Monday at Morris Area High School. This year's inductees include seniors Mac Beyer and Connor Metzger, and juniors Yasha Hoffman, Kjersa Anderson, Chelsey Ehleringer, Tori Fuhrman, Megan Gillespie, Shaylynn Johnson, Lily Erdal, Beth Holland, and Kaitlin Vogel.
Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta missed post player MaKenzie Smith to illness in a 53-22 loss to Sauk Centre Thursday in Morris. The Mainstreeters, ranked No. 7 in Class AA, improved to 14-1 overall and stay unbeaten in the West Central Conference. Twelve different players scored for the Mainstreeters, led by Macy Weller's 10 points which pushed her over 1,000 in her career. Kaitlin Vogel led the Tigers with seven points and eight rebounds. The Tigers are now 8-2 in the conference and 10-7 overall. Next up for the Tigers is Lac qui Parle Valley on Tuesday.
As an active 4-H member, Maria White is getting her animals ready for the Stevens County Fair. But this summer, she has taken on another small project. Maria loves caring for her animals, including her kittens, rabbits and 4-H project calves. That's why she is the perfect candidate to take care of a little calf that needs extra attention. The calf is a Hereford/Angus cross that was born on Jenniges farm near Starbuck. While the average calf weighs 70 pounds at birth, this calf had a full-term birthweight of only 22 pounds. Marie named her Daisy.
MORRIS, Minn. - According to Webster's New World Dictionary, extraordinary is "going far beyond the ordinary degree, measure, limit, etc.; very unusual; exceptional; remarkable." I have called Morris home for my entire life, so I know a lot of people in the area. When asked to write about an extraordinary citizen, it was a challenge to narrow it down to one. Before I got a chance to give it much thought, that extraordinary person became quite clear to me.