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Robyn Van Eps was elected chair of the Morris Area School Board as part of an organziational session held Monday, Jan. 7. This is Van Eps' first term as chair. Dick Metzger had been the chair last year, but he did not seek re-election in 2017. Anthony Ekren will serve as vice chair; Jenn Goodnough was named clerk and Kurt Wulf was named treasurer for the board.
The 53rd annual Donnelly Threshing Bee is underway. Saturday morning activities included a 5K run run, tractorcade, horse shoes, kiddie parade and of course, threshing. The rest of Saturday's schedule inlcudes an antique tractor pull along with games and entertainment on the grounds. The Little Miss Donnelly coronation will be held at 7 p.m. Sunday's schedule includes a classic car show, tractor olympics, parade and horse pulling contest.
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Barb Goulet is the Honorary Survivor for the Stevens County Relay for Life on June 22
This year's Stevens County Relay for life is scheduled for Friday, June 22 from 6 p.m. to 12 a.m. at the Lee Community Center in Morris. Seventeen teams will be participating in the annual fundraising event. The honorary survivor this year is Barbara Goulet and the honorary caregiver is Karen Aslakson. Both will be recognized during the event.
Morris city workers placed U.S. flags along Atlantic Avenue in observance of Flag Day.
More than a million U.S. heroes had their lives cut short while fighting in wars since the American Revolution, and Morris mayor Sheldon Giese thanked those participating in the Memorial Day program in Morris for being part of part of their legacy.
Throughout the 100+ years they’ve been publishing, the Hancock Record and the Morris Sun Tribune — like all of the area’s businesses — have evolved to take advantage of new opportunities. Every single business in our area has changed since it first opened its doors and will continue to change as the market and the community warrant it.