Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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Eighteen physical education teachers from 16 school districts attended a K-12 physical education inservice on Monday, which was taught by Republic County native Tari Garner, right. Garner is a Jamestown High School graduate and daughter of Gary Lapo. She is a National Board Certified physical... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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By Deb Hadachek Pike Valley hired a new parttime superintendent for the 2017-18 school year, to replace Mary Treaster who will retire in June. Sue King, Salina, will work two to three days a week as Treaster has for the district for the past several years. Pike Valley has both a high school... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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By Fred Arnold The Republic County Buffs posted their highest shooting percentage of the season last week as they rolled over Minneapolis 60-23 at home. Three Buffalo players posted double figures in the game in which the team shot 52% in two point shots, 46% from beyond the three... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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By Fred Arnold Telescope publisher A group of nearly 40 people packed City Hall Monday to hear an official account of what the future of the Belleville Police Department might be. And while most in the room thought it was a "done deal" that the police department was going to be... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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By Cynthia Scheer Telescope News   If this lambing season goes well, Darrell and Derek Carlson will raise about 700 lambs this year. The father/son duo who farm between Courtland and Scandia are in the middle of lambing 425 ewes. The Carlsons, who have had sheep for nearly three... + continue reading

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02/22/2017
Republic County E-Community, in association with the Network Kansas ECommunity Partnership, announces the Republic County Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge will take place in Belleville this March, as part of the 2016-2017 Youth Entrepreneurship... + continue reading
02/22/2017
The Republic County boys’ basketball team closed out a tough weekend stretch falling at Sacred Heart on Friday and at home versus Russell Saturday. On Friday RCHS fell 77-50. The team from Belleville turned the ball over 18 times to Sacred Heart and the... + continue reading

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02/15/2017
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02/15/2017
By Fred Arnold Telescope Sports The offensive woe for Republic County continued Friday in a 45-33 loss to Ellsworth at home. The Buffs shot a season low 24% from the field hitting just 10 of 41 shots from two point range. From beyond the arch, RCHS also had a poor shooting night connecting... + continue reading
02/15/2017
By Fred Arnold Telescope sports Kendsey Johnson scored 14 points and Casey Benyshek added 13 as the Republic County Lady Buffs picked up a 50-35 win at home on Friday against Ellsworth. Johnson had the hot hand from three point range connecting on four treys in the game while Benyshek used... + continue reading
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Sports

02/22/2017
The Republic County boys’ basketball team closed out a tough weekend stretch falling at Sacred Heart on Friday and at home versus Russell Saturday. On Friday RCHS fell 77-50. The team from... + continue reading

Commentary

02/22/2017
By Deb Hadachek Our new/old State Representative Clay Aurand got himself into some hot water this week, which should be no surprise to anyone who knows Clay, or knows he chairs the... + continue reading

Youth

02/15/2017
By Deb Hadachek Telescope editor   “It takes a lot of pieces to make a city work.” That comment to the Pike Valley school board Monday night summed up what students... + continue reading