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04/25/2017 - 4:36pm
The Franklin County Board of Supervisors approved its annual five-year road plan earlier this month, establishing eight projects as goals to be completed this year. County Engineer Jay Waddingham explained that the state requires counties to create five-year road and bridge plans every year, as a way to forecast the condition of infrastructure, and to keep aware of funding requirements and...
04/25/2017 - 4:34pm
The Hampton-Dumont High School has a new weight room this year, thanks in part to a Hampton-Dumont Foundation grant of approximately $20,000. The new equipment is branded with the bulldog logo, along with an “H-D” logo, and consists of six power racks, six platforms, six benches, rubberized weight plates and six Olympic bars. Weight-...
04/25/2017 - 4:32pm
Recent visitors of Harriman Park might have noticed, or rather felt, the condition of the road that circles within the park, with its cracks, potholes and unevenness. But beginning in the dryer days of May, patrons will no longer have to traverse such a rocky road to spend a nice afternoon in the park. This week, Hampton Public Works will be...
04/25/2017 - 4:30pm
Fathers and daughters from Hampton-Dumont, CAL and West Fork school districts came together last Saturday at the Franklin County Convention Center to share laughs, food, smiles and moments at the sixth annual father daughter dance. The purpose of the dance is to create an opportunity for fathers and their daughters to interact with each other....
04/25/2017 - 4:26pm
Hampton-Dumont School officials declined to comment on the current status of H-D girls tennis coach Mark Drier. Hampton resident Terry Carr filled Drier’s position as the girls tennis coach Thursday, April 20. Read the full article in the April 26 edition of the Hampton Chronicle.
04/25/2017 - 4:23pm
HDMS Principal Tony Spradlin recently returned from an informative visit form the Denison-Schleswig Middle School, in which he investigated the methods in which Principal Scott Moran is able to maintain high proficiency rates on Iowa Assessments, among those who are classified into IEPs (Individualized Education Program), FRL (Free and Reduced...
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