I had a pleasant conversation with our new superintendent, Heath Oates, on Friday and again Monday morning. I think we are going to like him – young man, young family, tries to help principals grow in his current job as Rich Hill superintendent. Can’t be all bad – he likes to turkey hunt and fish.
You will have a chance to see history in the making this Friday at 1 p.m. in the upper gym free. First. Bulldog wrestlers will host a match with Buffalo. Then for the first time ever, Lady Bulldog wrestlers will host a match with the Lady Buffalo wrestlers. – There’s an old 14th century saying…“A
It’s the time of year when people traditionally count their blessings. We really should thank Him every day. – I was surprised to hear about the death of Eugene Johnson. As kids we ran a lot of miles in church yards playing tag before the music started. And we just went to the funeral for
I went to the front of the office to have my usual conversation with Reese, our 8-month-old granddaughter. I asked her momma, Erica, if she had a good weekend. She said she did not. Then I remembered Reese had to go to the hospital emergency room to be treated for a double ear infection. She
Bobby Budd asked me if I ordered the weather change. I told him I had. No sense denying the unprovable. It does look a little suspicious that last year when they moved up the date of the Christmas parade, God moved up winter. He might do the same for this Saturday’s Christmas parade. It does
Sunday afternoon, Kimball had already told me the outcome of the Kansas City/Vikings football game but I was watching the recording after she got home from taking a photo of the Miss Merry Christmas candidates. She was not in the room when a fantastic play occurred. Later in the game, when she returned to within
Van had his second birthday on Monday, Oct. 28. He was too busy watching his baby brother to talk to Popee. Van can’t understand why Snider, a nearly two month old, won’t give him a high five. -Davis videoed Senior Night and posted it that night on Spring City TV. Go to our web page,
I left out one coach that Kimball interviews every Wednesday, Ashley Rogers, the VolleyDog coach. Kimball has Davis put the interviews on Spring City TV Thursday morning. Her goal is to have them posted by 10 a.m. If they aren’t on time, please keep checking. I decided not to make the drive to Skyline. I
Kimball came back from the Prairie Day all enthused. She took our nearly 11-year-old grandson, Ben, and it sounds like they had a blast. First up was throwing the atlatl. I’ve never even seen one but what she told me, you mount a spear in a wooden base then use it to launch the spear.
I was talking to Granddaughter Reese Monday morning as her momma was trying to get her to eat lunch and tried to figure out her age. I couldn’t see the calendar and got it wrong. When I got back to my office, I discovered she was seven months young on Sunday. It’s hard to detect