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05/23/2018 - 7:52pm

It’s an age-old tradition at high schools across the country - recognizing the Valedictorian and Salutatorian of the graduating class. But never before in the history of Eagle Grove High School has there been a Top 2 like the graduating Class of 2018. That’s because this year’s highest grade point averages belong to twin brothers - Brayden and Saxon Lyman.

Brayden,...

05/23/2018 - 4:25pm
It’s not every day that a girl from Clarksville, Iowa is crowned the winner of American Idol. Maddie Poppe’s story is one of hard work, talent and perseverance, and her mellifluous voice captured the hearts of the entire nation. “I’m voting for you,” American Idol Judge Katy Perry said after hearing Maddie Poppe...
05/16/2018 - 2:55pm
In just a few weeks, Michelle Mericle will be walking across the graduation stage, ready to receive her diploma and ready to follow her passion that she said started when she was very young. Now, it’s about ready to become a reality thanks in part to Lisa Tapper’s high school Consumer Science classes and the other part due to Iowa...
05/16/2018 - 1:33pm
Four simple words that Emily Keyes texted to her parents on September 27, 2006, have become the platform John-Michael and Ellen Keyes are now using to promote school safety workshops nationwide. Last week, Wright County school officials, along with all three local police departments and the Sheriff’s office were honored to listen and learn...
05/16/2018 - 12:55pm
The clock is ticking...there are only a few hours left before the Eagle Grove High School Class of 2018 puts on their caps and gowns to walk across the graduation stage. They will leave behind classes, teachers, friends, musicals, clubs, athletic events and so much more. But there’s one thing that some of them will leave behind that won...
05/09/2018 - 11:02am
Things may have been a little wild the last few weeks inside the classrooms of the Eagle Grove School District, but for third graders, there was a reason for it other than summer break is almost here. Things went wild and crazy because they made a zoo in their classrooms - but don’t worry, there weren’t any live animals roaming around...
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