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Title curse is over
February 26, 2019

Title curse is over

The Underwood Comets ended a 32-year drought Monday night, winning the boys district basketball tournament for the first time since 1987.

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Underwood’s recent water main breaks that ended up forcing a “boil order” on the residents of Underwood was deemed a “blessing in disguise” by Underwood City Commissioner Jay Snyder at last Wednesday’s special meeting of the commission.

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With six guests, including teachers Kara Smalls, Courtney Volochenko, Heather Kramer, Michelle Pickett, and Heidi Anderson and Cory Grabinger, the full-page February 13 Turtle Lake-Mercer School Board agenda was thoroughly covered.

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The BAD:  Underwood had 3-day ‘boil order’

As of Tuesday morning, Underwood residents were being advised that they could run drinking water out of the tap without having to boil it first, as the city continued its recovery from a complete water shut-down after a series of water main breaks starting about 2:30 Friday morning.

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Merry mat makers
February 13, 2019

Merry mat makers

Turtle Lake-Mercer’s Karin Anderson knows a good thing when she sees it – and the full-size sleeping mats she and her merry band of cohorts work on each week at Trinity Lutheran Church are definitely good things.

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Much of Wednesday’s regular meeting involved scheduling the year’s upcoming events, with the Underwood Civic Club members discussing whether or not some events should be changed up or even eliminated.

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Board reverses decision
February 6, 2019

Board reverses decision

It didn’t take long for Turtle Lake-Mercer school board members to start re-thinking their recent decision to require sixth-graders to choose between playing elementary basketball or junior high basketball.

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The topic of furthering the Central McLean co-op to include volleyball and basketball brought enough people out to Wednesday’s meeting to force the meeting to be held in the school’s lunch room.

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New Deacon thinks outside the box

Augustana Lutheran Church’s new leader plans on making connections with people of all ages as she takes on her new role as Deacon. She considers it her gift, and her privilege.

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