Monday , 18 February 2019


Bradley Christian School offers educational alternative

When Bobby and Anna Postal of Bradley wanted their children to have an education that centered around Christian principals, they decided the public school system wasn’t where they wanted to send their kids. Instead, they started their own one-room schoolhouse in their community. “It’s about implementing Christ in their education and into the lives of our youth,” Bobby said. “It’s about making that be a bigger part of the (education) process.” Read More »

Clark School Board moves forward with opt-out plans

It really isn't a news flash stunner, but the Clark School District 12-2 is preparing to opt out in 2013. This means that the school district cannot operatve on the revenues generated by the maximum levy for the school's general fund, in the opinion of the administration and the school board, and will choose to opt out of the tax limitation freeze. Read More »

Faulkton superintendent addresses guns in schools

Joel Price recently gave his monthly Superintendent's report to the Faulkton School Board. He reported on a measure currently being considered in the legislature that would allow teachers and staff to be armed. The bill hasn't been to any committee yet and is still being drafted, but it is the result of the recent school shootings. Read More »

Madison teens help peers make better decisions

teen drivers

By Becky Froehlich   Earlier, we ran an article on the bad decisions teenagers tend to make when emotions are high and the difficulty in combating irresponsibility in their driving. One group of Madison teens is encouraging their peers to do better. They call themselves Buckle Up Bulldogs. Six years ago, the Madison community had an unfortunate realization. A student ... Read More »

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