Thursday, March 21, 2024

Throwback Thursday 3/16/2014


The Exeter Chamber of Commerce served several hundred people at their annual Free Pancake feed on March 10th. 

Kara Myers’ reading group, the "Shining Stars,” are "soaring" through the Reading Mastery series.  They are proud to announce they have successfully finished Signatures 1 (orange book) and are now embarking into Signatures 2 (green book)!  They will continue to sound out difficult words and read well and quickly.  They will learn how to remember information that is important and how to use that information to answer questions.  These "bright" students will be able to read with better understanding for subjects like science and social studies.  They will also work on important writing and language skills.  Best of all, they will continue to find out that reading is enjoyable!

Exeter-Milligan Elementary students turned on the lights and pulled up the current for the Spring Concert on Tuesday, March 11 in the Milligan gymnasium. Guests were invited to enjoy the Elementary Art Show before and after the concert.

Tied at half-time in front of an over capacity crowd at Lincoln East, the Storm just blew into Lincoln a little bit harder than the Timberwolves.  The Timberwolves came back from a double digit deficit in the third and fourth quarters but only got within four points before the buzzer sounded at the end of the game.  The T-wolves had a great season and once again gave Exeter and Milligan a group of student athletes to be proud of.  Thanks!  High Plains Storm 49 - 45 Exeter-Milligan Timberwolves

Alex Benorden will receive a utility line scholarship from Perennial Public Power District.


Alex is the son of Mark and Starlene Benorden of Exeter. He is a senior at Exeter/Milligan High School and will be awarded a $1000 per year scholarship to 

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