Saturday, January 31, 2015

Park City's Dakota Westman puts up a shot.
New weekend. Same story. Two more wins for the Park City Lady Panthers, keeping them atop the District 6C standings with a perfect conference record of 10-0. The Panthers began last weekend’s play against in-county rival the Reed Point-Rapelje Renegades.
Cougar Tana House.
Special to the News Heading into Friday night’s Columbus-Laurel girls game, it would have been hard to fault the Locomotives if they were a tad overconfident.
Aaron Uecker and Rachael Geehan hold their son and daughter at a Denver hospital.
Rachael Geehan and fiance Aaron Uecker were given a 1 percent chance of their unborn twins living when she went into labor at 23 weeks last fall. “The doctor told us we could do comfort care and hold our babies until they passed in our arms,” said Rachael from Denver earlier this week.
A stunning red sky greeted the day as the sun rose Tuesday morning in Columbus, seemingly to match the recent warm temperatures.
The calendar says January but you would never know it from the weather. Sunday’s high of 64 degrees in Columbus was the warmest on record by six degrees. Monday’s high of 60 degrees was the second warmest Jan. 26 on record. The normal highs on those two days is 40 degrees, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
Divisionals squad, from the left:  
Back row: Devin Livergood, Bri Haskins, Sage Livergood, Allison Onoszko, Rourke Hanson, Josiah Forseth, Maryssa Schultz, Josh Cullings, Ethan Kane, Tannar Ranstrom, Dalton Marjerison
Front: Heather Conner, Sarah Carrel, Brooke Kern, Ryan Koski, Meghan Frigon, Jessica Valdez, Myah Timon, Kolten Lee, Connor Jacobs Not pictured: Joey Galanti, Vincent Galanti
After a productive season of busy practices, early morning bus rides, and long intense days at meets scattered along the I-90 corridor, the Columbus Speech and Drama team squared up for the B-C Divisional Tournament at Three Forks.
Under Alternative 1, this is how the old hospital would be remodeled.
It will take between $6 million and $17 million for Stillwater County to solve its problem with an overcrowded and aging courthouse.
Park City's Dakota Westman puts up a shot.
Cougar Tana House.
Aaron Uecker and Rachael Geehan hold their son and daughter at a Denver hospital.
A stunning red sky greeted the day as the sun rose Tuesday morning in Columbus, seemingly to match the recent warm temperatures.
Divisionals squad, from the left:  
Back row: Devin Livergood, Bri Haskins, Sage Livergood, Allison Onoszko, Rourke Hanson, Josiah Forseth, Maryssa Schultz, Josh Cullings, Ethan Kane, Tannar Ranstrom, Dalton Marjerison
Front: Heather Conner, Sarah Carrel, Brooke Kern, Ryan Koski, Meghan Frigon, Jessica Valdez, Myah Timon, Kolten Lee, Connor Jacobs Not pictured: Joey Galanti, Vincent Galanti
Under Alternative 1, this is how the old hospital would be remodeled.
Aaron Uecker and Rachael Geehan hold their son and daughter at a Denver hospital.

Miracle babies

Rachael Geehan and fiance Aaron Uecker were given a 1 percent chance of their unborn twins living when she went into labor at 23 weeks last fall.

Obituaries

The middle of three children, Darleen Gayle Crooks, was born in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota to Augusta and Leslie Crooks.

The Stillwater County News

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