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New drum majors excited to start marching season

The two new drum majors of the Bobcat Marching Band are excited as band camp opened this week. Marshalltown High School junior Emily Manis and senior Caleb Jones have taken on the student leadership roles in the band this year. … Continue reading

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Design agency owner follows her artistic passion

1998 MHS graduate Tana M. Llinas founder of Brand Poets Tana M. Llinas followed her passion by tapping into her artistic creativity, which has led to success in the business world. Llinas is a 1998 graduate of Marshalltown High School, … Continue reading

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Playground bench honors memory of Franklin student

A large group of family, friends and Franklin Elementary School staff honored the memory of Christian Maxon during a bench dedication in his honor on August 10 at the school. Maxon was the 8-year-old who passed away after an accident … Continue reading

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Benches dedicated to memory of Corey Brown at Miller Middle School

Family members, Miller Middle School staff and others gathered for a bench dedication ceremony on August 6 to honor the memory of former Miller student Corey Brown, who passed away at the age of 13 in January. The two benches … Continue reading

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Four seats on the ballot for the school board election on November 5

The Marshalltown Community School District will have four school board seats up for election during the November 5, 2019 election. The four at-large seats are currently held by board members Nicolas Aguirre, Janelle Carter, Ben Fletcher and Sean Heitmann. These … Continue reading

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MHS graduate Anastasia King earns naval aviator wings

Six years ago, Anastasia King graduated from Marshalltown High School. Her accomplishments since then have been impressive and they are in rare air, literally. King received her naval aviator golden wings after her completion of flight school during a recent … Continue reading

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More than 300 community volunteers build new playground at Woodbury Elementary School

In less than five hours, more than 300 volunteers built a new playground at Woodbury Elementary School in Marshalltown. The community build project was a partnership between KaBOOM!, Keurig Dr. Pepper, Fareway Meat and Grocery and Marshalltown Schools. Along with … Continue reading

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