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One hundred and fifty high school band students from eight different North Iowa Cedar League North schools came together to form two honor bands at South Hardin High School.

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When the Hubbard-Radcliffe and Eldora-New Providence School Boards met in joint session as South Hardin last month, there was a special request on the table. At Monday’s H-R Board meeting in Radcliffe, that request turned to finances.

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The Iowa Falls-Alden fall musical - "Yearbook Reflections" - is set for performances this weekend. The show, which features a cast of 25 students, tells the stories behind a high school's yearbook.

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The Iowa Falls School Board will wait to make a decision about a possible addition at the high school until after the district’s buildings can be assessed for immediate needs and long-term viability.

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It takes time for a garden to reach its full potential. Even with constant care, gardens often need a couple years to fully produce.

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The Iowa Falls School Board will likely have to make some big decisions in the coming years. Enrollment has stagnated, and as the district’s buildings age - the newest is almost 50 years old - there will be questions about whether to renovate or undertake a new construction project.

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Stakeholders were disappointed when the $32 million Iowa Valley Community College District bond referendum failed by a mere 62 votes last April. Now they are saying the passage of essentially the same bond proposal Nov. 5 is "critical."

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Two weeks ago, Alden Elementary students began utilizing the building's newly renovated art room/maker space classroom, a project approved by the Alden School Board that transformed the old home economics classroom into a playground for students to unleash their creativity.