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Huntley Project and Shepherd Districts cancel school

1-10-18 Huntley Project and Shepherd School Districts have canceled school due to road and weather conditions. Accor All Activities, practices and sports have also been canceled.  Be safe and travel safely if you do have to travel. 

This communication came by way of Scott Carter, Superintendent of Shepherd Public Schools and Mark Wandle, Superintendent of Huntley Project School District.  

 

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Two suspects arrested, stolen car totaled, case linked to other local thefts & robberies

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Two suspects arrested after burglary and thefts

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Shepherd School Board: Shane, Shane, Shayne

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Former rivals, now teammates, prepare for LDS missions

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