Center Republican

The subject of storing junk or confiscated vehicles in the city of Center was discussed at the May 3 meeting of the City Council.

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“Hey, lunch ladies,” a young voice calls out. Three heads look up from their work in the busy Center-Stanton School kitchen, smiles on their faces as they look to see who called to them. It could be any of the students in the kindergarten through grade 12 school.

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In 2005, a couple of women from St. Martin’s Catholic Church in Center decided to use old polyester material and old polyester clothes to make quilts. Kathy Jacobs and Arly Haag got the idea that the quilts they created could be donated to the God’s Child Project. They worked in Arly’s garage with the help of Arly’s sister, Joey Erhardt.

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“Life is like a game of cards: You must play each hand you’re dealt.” “Who Dealt This Mess?” by Patrick “Pat” Galvin Pat Galvin was a man who played his cards right.

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Several Oliver County residents have thrown their hats in the ring for a chance to serve the community. The following will be seeking election in the June 8 Primary.

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Do you know what to do when the sirens go off? Do you know what to do in case of a possible tornado?

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The Center-Stanton Public School Board accepted the resignation of Scott Jung as boys’ basketball head coach.

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Approximately 50 educators, parents and interested members of area communities gathered April 7 at the Hazen High School Theater. They were there for one reason –to learn about autism, a subject that has made local headlines in recent months in the midst of controversy.

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Approximately 50 educators, parents and interested members of area communities gathered April 7 at the Hazen High School Theater. They were there for one reason –to learn about autism, a subject that has made local headlines in recent months in the midst of controversy.

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A Good Friday spring storm took Oliver County down last week, but proved when the going gets tough, county emergency agencies get going.

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