- Young artists showcased at St. Mary’s Art Fest
- Assistant Superintendent Wilcox tenders resignation
Kramer wins Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship
North Decatur High School senior Kaleb Kramer has been named the recipient of a full-tuition, four-year scholarship as the Decatur County Community Foundation (DCCF) 2013 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar, reported DCCF Executive Director Deb Locke.
Re-enactment of RFK speech brings history to life
National and local history came to life Friday afternoon around the Decatur County Courthouse, as Greensburg Community High School (GCHS) students gathered on the south lawn, awaiting the arrival of “Robert F. Kennedy.”
Relay for Life to hold junior Bash
The Decatur County Relay for Life (DCRL) will hold its inaugural “Jr. Purple Tie Bash” from 3:30 to 7 p.m., May 17, at the Greensburg Armory.
King, Queen, Prince & Princess at the Ball
The South Decatur High School (SDHS) Prom was held last Saturday night at the Decatur County Community Schools Central Office. SDHS Juniors Elizabeth Hedger and Jared Wagner (top) were voted Princess and Prince, while Seniors Samantha Miller and Seth Gault were crowned Queen and King.
Public RFK re-enactment to be staged Friday
On May 3, students of Greensburg Community High School Teacher John Pratt will step 45 years back into national and local history with a public re-enactment of Robert F. Kennedy’s 1968 visit to Greensburg.
Decatur schools award scholarships to graduating seniors
On Tuesday, North Decatur High School (NDHS) hosted the 29th annual ceremony awarding 22 graduating students from North and South Decatur High Schools approximately $85,000 in scholarship money for college.
St. Mary’s kids help other kids
Two of St. Mary’s third grade classes chose the Kid’s Closet as their service project this year, donating their own clothing to other kids in need.
North Decatur FFA teams impress at Area I Livestock Contest
Members of the North Decatur FFA Chapter won the Area I Livestock Evaluation Contest held April 11 at the Decatur County Fairgrounds.
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