Congratulations to the following students on the Dean’s List and graduation.
100 Years Ago – 1915: Kenyon will build a new schoolhouse to be occupied in the fall of 1915. So the voters of the distict decreed by authorizing a bond issue to the state last week, and this is the solution the people have mae of a question that they were bound to decide. But that the people of this district would ultimately meet our needs at the schoolhouse there never could have been any doubt, but there is satisfaction in knowing that they did it at this time with a view to the future that is creditable, showing to the entire state the kind of citizenship they are made up of. To the farming community that is within our reach the doors of the new building will be swung wide open. The majority of our people are anxious to contribute to make this possible. For a board of education that has devoted much of the valuable time of its individual members since the voters at the annual meeting of the district first passed resolutions praying that the board look into what could and ought to be done, we can only say that they will never be fully paid except in the consciousness of having performed the trust imposed upon them. They ought to feel some satisfaction In having been decisively endorsed by full vote of the people of the district. That they are fully up to the requirements of the additional duties of erecting the new structure entrusted to them by the action of the voters last week, their previous devotion to duty makes us confidently justified in saying. Comments (0)
Megan Quam’s dominating performance pushed the Kenyon-Wanamingo girls basketball team to a 56-33 Hiawatha Valley Leag…
The accomplishments of former athletes from Kenyon-Wanamingo High School, Kenyon High School, and Wanamingo High School will be recognized by a newly formed Kenyon-Wanamingo Athletic Hall of Fame. Comments (0)
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