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It is a good thing that the Hancock School district audit shows a healthy fund balance because there are some big expenses coming up in the next few years. The biggest of these is roof repair work. In 2017, a large section of the Hancock school building will be up for roof replacement and in 2018 another piece will need restoration. In the graph, the area in red is scheduled for replacement next year and the blue will need restoration in 2018. The green area was redone during the last construction project so is still in good condition.
It is a time to be thankful. Thanksgiving is here and we wanted to know what people in the Hancock area are thankful for. We randomly asked people in the community to share what they are thankful for and here is what we learned. "I am thankful to the Hancock community. They are always willing to support each other and all the local organizations. Also if an individual is in need, they come together to help out without expecting anything in return. That is what made me want to move to town in 1999." - Kyle Rose
by Phyllis Joos This is a week to be thankful for the little and the large things. Katie got me to thinking about this last week and so here is...
This week we will be observing a very special holiday, one that sometimes gets lost in the start of the Christmas season. Thanksgiving is too important of a holiday to...
Tyler Reese of Hancock was selected to be a member of the Academic All-State team for 9-man football. He was one of 13 athletes selected statewide. Reese was also selected...
The Hancock fifth graders presented two Thanksgiving plays last week, each depicting the first Thanksgiving in different ways.
The fall band concert for Hancock students in grades 6 - 12 will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 22 at 7:30 p.m. The winter choral concert will be held on Dec. 5 starting at 5:30 p.m. followed by a lasagna dinner. The high school portion will begin after the dinner or approximately at 7:30 p.m.
Last weekend the Hancock High School drama department presented the play, “Penny for Your Thoughts.” The cast and crew worked for weeks to prepare for the weekend productions. The play...
It is official. Annette Kratz will fill the open seat on the Hancock City Council vacated when Dennis Schroeder chose not to run for re-election. No one filed for the seat and Kratz received the majority of write-in votes. At their meeting on Monday night, the Hancock City Council members canvassed the election results as received from the Stevens County Auditor.
Hancock eighth grade band members participate in honor band.