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Archives for February 2014

Photo of the Week

Senior Bryce Bortscheller playing defense during the second round playoff game against Grinnell. Send us in your best meme for this photo to be featured on the web. Send e-mails to trevor.argo@student.pella.k12.ia.us

February Music Reviews

Satellite Flight: Journey to Mother Moon Scott Mescudi, also known as Kid Cudi, has released his highly-anticipated album “Satellite Flight: Journey to Mother Moon” Feb. 25. Satellite Flight brings 10 new songs that are a mix of his previous albums WZRD and Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager. The new album

Boys Basketball Entering Post Season

The Dutch boys basketball team currently have a record of 18-3 overall, 11-3 in the Little Hawkeye Conference. Last Tuesday night, Feb. 18, the Dutch defeated the Centerville Reds, 77-52. Junior Isaac Naaktgeboren led the scoring card with 25 points. Naaktgeboren is currently first in the conference for points per game (averaging 17.9) as well

22nd Winter Olympics Held in Sochi

The 22nd Winter Olympics are being held in Sochi, Russia. The games began Feb. 7 and continue through Feb. 23. Sochi was selected as the host city on July 2007, the first Olympics being held in Russia since the break-up of the USSR in 1991.   Events were held on the eve of the Opening

Clayberg Commits as a Bulldog

Senior Nathan Clayberg signed his letter of intent to attend Drake University Feb. 6. Clayberg plans to participate in football and study actuarial science with future plans of entering the business world. “Drake holds a Scholarship Day where prospective students are welcomed to come and present their essay as well as participate in an interview

Remembering Blake

February 13, 2012. The sun came up in the morning and went down at night. I attended school, went to basketball and went home to my normal evening routine. It was a day like any other. I still had 10 fingers and 10 toes, a roof over my head, and food on the dinner table.

Flappy Bird Sweeps School

A virus recently struck here, one so huge it is causing massive destruction (mostly of mobile phones). It is small and comes in digital form. It causes symptoms such as infuriating rage, Throw Your Phone syndrome, and uncontrollable yelling. Yes, ladies and gentleman, the flapapocalypse is upon us. I am, of course, talking about the

Linn Receives Charles F. Martin Award

Math teacher Dennis Linn was recently named the Charles F. Martin Award winner by the Iowa State Education Association. This award has been given annually since 1972 as ISEA’s top honor to a member who has made a significant contribution to the teaching profession through involvement in the Association. In order to be in the

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