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The following incidents were reported to Ellsworth Police Dec. 3-9. Fight breaks glasses
The Prescott Kiwanis Student of the Week for Dec. 12 is Prescott High School sophomore Connor Lubich, who was nominated by Prescott High School math teacher Bryce McCauley.
Ellsworth High School students who earned a place on the first quarter honor roll for the 2018-19 school year are as follows: Seniors
The Prescott Kiwanis Student of the Week for Dec. 5 is Prescott High School senior Maddie Horn, who was nominated by media/library specialist Joan Simon.
The following incidents were reported to Ellsworth Police Nov. 25-Dec. 2.
The following incidents were reported to Ellsworth Police Nov. 16-25.
Ellsworth Middle School students concentrated on the character trait of citizenship in November. Those honored as the November Students of the Month for exhibiting this character trait are (front row, from left) Taylor Franklin, Jocelyn Boyle, Betsy Foster, Kona Lansing, Noah Matzek, Jenna Bechel; (second row) Karissa Kollbaum, Logan Brand, Molly Janke, Macy Gutting, Hunter Davis, Lucas Kirchner. Not pictured: Ethan Van Horn. Photo courtesy of Kelly Kyllo
The 2018-2019 school year has one quarter down. The Elmwood Middle-High School honor roll for Quarter 1 includes: A Honor Roll Seniors: Alyssa Peterson, Rowan Rupakus, Sophia Tiffany and Alexia Waltz. Juniors: Thomas Asher, Taylin DeLong, Katie Feuker, Mikena Geraets, Bailey Ginsbach, Jackson Glampe and Madisen Klink. Sophomores: Anna Blanford, Brooklyn Link and Jacob Waltz. Freshmen: Josiah Donato, Curtis Eng, Maggie Glaus, Ethan Rupakus and Lucas Webb.
The Prescott Kiwanis Student of the Week for Nov. 28 is Prescott High School freshman Ben Rohl, who was nominated by language arts teacher Tanya Sponholz. "Ben Rohl is a worthy recipient of the Student of the Week because he is a kind, respectful, intelligent and hard-working young man," Sponholz said. "He finished up his first quarter in English I writing a stellar essay! His potential abounds!" Parents: Ben and Jenni Rohl Community service / outside clubs / activities: Volunteers at church activities and for PCR sporting events.
The former Pierce County Historical Association headquarters at 423 W. Main St. in Ellsworth was torn down Monday, Nov. 26. The space once housed the Lawrence Photography studio and included a hodgepodge of several additions onto the original structure, which was granted to the PCHA in 2010.