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Reporter & Farmer | Amanda Fanger
ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE SHOW RING: During the Day County 4-H Livestock Show at the fair Aug. 12, Max Duerre, 12, caught a break between showing sheep by sitting on a post in the shade. He holds on to his wether suffolk sheep, patiently waiting for his turn in the ring. He went on to receive runner up in the beginner showmanship division. See more results throughout this week's issue.


Volunteers hope new park will spark

positivity in community

by Amanda Fanger

With the construction of a new park in Roslyn, volunteers hope it will spark a bit of positivity in the community after the town has been hard hit with challenges in recent years.

“There have been quite a few comments about, ‘why Roslyn?’” said volunteer Spencer Huggett. “My response is, ‘why not?’…

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Bearcat volleyball off to killer start

by Emre K. Erku

It’s been quite a while since Webster volleyball beat Redfield/Doland. That changed Aug. 25 as the Bearcats started slow but finished strong, sweeping them 3-0 in Pheasants terriroty.

Webster won the first round 26-24, the second ....

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