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Education

Cross country starts off at Pine Lake

More than a dozen teams filled the Pine Lake Golf course near Eldora Thursday for the annual invitational cross country meet hosted by South Hardin. The North Tama Redhawks return a solid roster from their 2020 squad including state qualifiers Grace Lidgett and Jules Breakenridge. Both ...

Redhawks airstrike downs AGWSR

North Tama quarterback Gabe Kopriva is back at it again. After capturing three school records last season, the senior standout took down another accolade as the Redhawks trounced Ackley-Geneva-Wellsburg-Steamboat Rock Community School District (AGWSR) Friday night at Dennis Field 44-7 in ...

Denver derails the Knights

The Union Knights (1-1) fell to 1-1 Friday at the hands of the Denver Cyclones (2-0). The final score was 32-6. Quarterback Grant Behrens threw for 346 yards and a touchdown but was also forced into two interceptions. The touchdown was caught by Max Eikamp who finished with 113 yards receiving. ...

Redhawks rank 7th following wins at home

Following a triumphant pair of wins at home the week of August 30, the North Tama volleyball team made an appearance for the first time this season on the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union’s Class 1A volleyball rankings — clocking in at number 7. Helping cement their placement in ...

Redhawks ready for a new school year

North Tama students went back to school Wednesday, August 25, with numerous possibilities awaiting them. “I am really enjoying being up here on this stage, looking at all of you, having all of you together in one room,” Superintendent David Hill said as part of a flag raising ceremony ...

United again at DG Elementary

The rain moved off just in time for the first morning drop-off of the 2021-2022 school year at Dysart-Geneseo Elementary on Monday, August 23. “Oh, yes, I’m ready!” Erin Reed said as she wheeled a stroller up to the entrance of DG Elementary, following close behind her two kids Rylan ...

North Tama explores nine facility options

The spotlight is always on education at North Tama School Board meetings, but during the board’s regular meeting on Monday, August 16, more light was shed on the various options the district could pursue as part of its long range master plan. Everything from building a new high school at ...

New year, new home: Dysart daycare opens doors to new facility

Little Knights Learning Center officially welcomed children to their new child care facility at 1102 Clark Street, Dysart on Tuesday, July 27 and the transition has been nothing short of fantastic. “We got the go-ahead from DHS [Department of Human Services] on Monday [July 28] afternoon at ...

North Tama students reach for the stars

Two North Tama area youth are reaching for the stars in more ways than one. Johnathan Cochran, 14, of Traer and Nathan Reese, 14, of Clutier spent a week this past July on the grounds of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama attending Space Academy. Space Academy is a ...

Student member sworn in to North Tama Board of Education

Camden Clausen was recently selected by the North Tama Student Council as the student member of the North Tama Board of Education for the 2021-2022 school year. Clausen was sworn in as a non-voting board member at the North Tama school board meeting June 21. The oath of office was administered ...