THE NEW FORTY On my bucket list...
Today I attended an anniversary celebration for Alan and Linda Fricker. They renewed the vows they took 25 years ago. I am such a fan of that kind of love and commitment. I know some folks find that t... Posted on 5/22/11 at 9:48 PM
Both gymnasiums inside the Solon Springs School look like museums. A Hopalong Cassidy lunchbox sits next to a group of turn of the century umbrellas which sits next to four Barker's Island Four Seasons Beer cans. Although, unlike a museum, this stuff is for sale.
Some say it’s a lakeshore property give-away — property that belongs to the people being given over to private interests. Others say it is a matter legally accessing property they own without requiring the village to spend money to construct a road on the undeveloped Waterbury Avenue.
Solon Springs’ Brady Smith notched his first-ever Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series victory Saturday at the Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway.
Smith earned $9,999 in the third annual 99 Extravaganza, 50-lap feature at the3?8-mile western Kentucky oval.
For Superior and Solon Springs, the end of this year’s high school boys basketball season signals a changing of the guard, with many key players moving on after graduation. Five seniors and one junior from the two schools made the 2008 Daily Telegram All-Area Boys Basketball team.
Northwestern High School and Northwood High School, meanwhile, will retain most of their players. Each team will miss its seniors but will depend upon promising juniors and sophomores to carry on next season. Two sophomores and two juniors represent the Tigers and Evergreens on All-Area team.
The high school boys basketball season has come to an end in Wisconsin, and with it 17 local seniors have played in the final game of their high school careers. And while the seniors will not be competing with their teams next year, they will leave a legacy behind.
Solon Springs Advance Placement students know how to work hard.
The students in Lydia Lewis’ Advance Placement English literature and European history classes have worked odd jobs and sold pizza, carnations and raffle tickets for two years in an attempt to raise money for a trip to Europe this March.
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