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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.
Due to weather forecasts, the Hancock First Responder supper has been postponed by one day. It will be held on Saturday, Nov. 19 instead of Friday.
Nov. 14-19 has been designated as American Education Week. Hancock school board members observe the special week by serving lunch and interacting with Hancock students. The board served lunch on...
The Hancock fall play "Penny for your Thoughts" by Scott Haan, will be performed on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 11 and 12. The Friday performance will start at 7 p.m. and the Saturday performance will start at 2 p.m. It is a two-act play and lasts almost an hour. This show is a comedy similar to the movie "Inside Out." The personality traits inside Penny are depicted as real people on stage. Penny, played by Katelyn Jepma, is a wonderful person who, like all of us, has different sides to her personality. In Penny's case, those sides seem to have a life of their own.
America has a new president. Donald Trump was elected on Tuesday, Nov. 8 to serve as the 45th president of the United States of America. In Minnesota, Hillary Clinton received...
Ricky D. Molden, 53, of Hancock died in a two-vehicle head-on crash reported at 4:55 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6, on Minnesota Highway 9, milepost 62, just north of Morris, the Minnesota State Patrol said.
The Hancock Fire Department along with the American Red Cross are giving away smoke detectors to anyone in need of one. There is no cost for the detectors and installation is included. Contact Hancock Fire Chief, Kyle Rose, by calling the Hancock City Office, 320-392-5285 for more information.
As part of a Community Pride project sponsored by the Hancock High School Business Professionals of America, students spent part of Oct. 28 raking leaves throughout the community.