Boys Varsity Cross Country took 1st Place as a team at the 34th Annual Prestige Run in White River on September 14. Individually they placed (left to right) Chastin Tollakason 5th, Wyatt Olson 3rd, and Matthew Birkeland 2nd.Wolverines celebrate their winning homecoming game against New Underwood, score 14-12, on Friday, September 18! More photos on pages 7 & 8.Homecoming week cheerleaders for the Lady Coyotes’ volleyball team at the game in Murdo against the White River Tigers. Left to right; Slade Benedict, Dylan Fuoss, Chase Barnes, Wyatt Olson, Garret Hatheway, Ty Fuoss,  Tanner Willert, and Bridger Hight. Way to stoke up some school spirit, guys!The Homecoming week saw 14 sixth graders learn more about firearm safety. Mike McKernan and Kit Talich  shared their wisdom and instruction to help the up and coming students be better handlers of firearms. Situation ethics were also talked about. Whether they ever hunt or not, being ready for certain situations may save injury or even a life. A volunteer field day was held at the Jones County Sportsman Club Saturday morning. Students who participated were able to practice their skill at .22 rifle. Photo: BThe kitchen crew at the annual Murdo Fire Department Pancake Feed on Friday, September 18. Jim Hockenbary (left) has been a volunteer firefighter for 47 years! Thank you for your service, Jim! (Right) Fire Chief, Andy Hatheway.

Jones County Homecoming Week 2020

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