NEWS

Sign-up time remains for Career Exploration and Leadership Week

BELOIT – The program, Career Exploration and Leadership Week, has been going strong for two weeks with Science Exploration and Healthcare and Law Enforcement weeks taking place. Next week will focus on Ag and Entrepreneurship and there is still time for students eighth... [More]

Animals are a little stir-crazy

BELOIT – It was quite the day in Beloit on Wednesday as several animals seemed to be a little stir-crazy.    Shortly before 7:30 a.m. a red cow that had been taken to Heartland Choice Meats for slaughter at 810 Asherville Road, jumped the pen and made it's... [More]

City Council addresses current Beloit projects

BELOIT – The Beloit City Council met on Tuesday evening this week. All were complimentary of the results of the work performed on Court Street between Mill and Hersey. The councilors expressed their appreciation to the city crew’s prompt and high-quality work. –... [More]

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SPORTS

Beloit Royals finish 2-3 in Dodge City

DODGE CITY – The Beloit American Legion Post 57 Royals continued play at the Dodge City Baseball Club Tournament this past Saturday. Having split their first two games versus Great Bend and Pratt, they took on host team Dodge City. Unfortunately, the hosts were not... [More]

Royals compete in Dodge City tournament

DODGE CITY – The American Legion Post 57 Beloit Royals traveled for tournament play in Dodge City over the weekend. The team went 1-2 overall including a 10-5 win over Great Bend in their opener on Friday evening. Beloit jumped out to a 5-0 lead, over the first two... [More]

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OPINIONS

Op-ed: Unpacking the events at Mizzou

  You may have heard there is a lot going on at the University of Missouri-Columbia these days. Racial incidents and the university’s response, or lack thereof, to them have caused tensions to reach a peak. A graduate student, Jonathon Butler, started a hunger... [More]

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