Roads and how to get gravel on them was high on the agenda Sept. 8 at the Oliver County Commission monthly meeting.
Eight Center-Stanton High School seniors were chosen as the 2010 Center-Stanton High School homecoming candidates. The candidates were chosen by votes of students in grades seven.
The harvest for 2010 is shaping up to be a very good one for area farmers. According to Oliver County Extension Agent Rick Schmidt, rainfall was more than adequate, the temperatures weren’t scorching and the hail stayed away from most parts of the county.
“For as long as I can remember, I always wanted to be a teacher. I’ve always enjoyed working with kids,” said Nolyn Konschak, who was hired this summer as the business education instructor at the Center-Stanton High School.
The new head to the Center-Stanton girls basketball program is a familiar face around the area. After a year helping out as the junior high coach and assistant to the varsity team, Drew Erhardt will take over the Lady Wildcats this winter.
Press release submitted by Sen. Kent Conrad’s office, with additions by Chris Gessele, Hazen Star
The fans are still drying the gleaming, new wax in the hallways. Teachers are stopping by and organizing their classrooms. The new administration has the class lists loaded into their computers.