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home : dakota county star top stories : dakota county star top stories August 18, 2017


Solar eclipse may affect courthouse office hours Aug. 21
Individual offices at the Dakota County Courthouse may close from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 21 to allow employees to view the solar eclipse.
Homer 'knights' their former athletic director
After 22 years serving as Homer’s athletic director, Kevin Snyder retired at the end of the last school year. The Homer Knights had a surprise for their former athletic director, however—they dedicated their gym in his name.
Dakota City breaks ground on new wastewater treatment facility

Dakota City city officials hosted a ground breaking ceremony for the city’s new wastewater treatment facility Thursday, July 20. The new facility will be located at 367 190th Street and is approximately one mile south of Dakota City’s Corporate Limits. The project is estimated to be completed in fall 2018.

 

South Sioux City School District announces big changes for 2017-2018
The South Sioux City Community School District is ready to tackle hunger this school year with free breakfast and lunch for all children in kindergarten through eighth grade.  All students, regardless of their economic status, will be able to participate thanks to the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program. The CEP allows qualifying high-need schools to offer free breakfast and lunch to all students, providing the nutrition and energy children need to be healthy and ready to learn. CEP is a powerful tool that will assist in removing the stigma of the free and reduced price meal program of the past.


No place like home: Former Homer principal returns as superintendent

As it turns out, you can go home again. At least that's the case for Gregg Cruickshank and his wife Linda.

The former Homer Community School secondary principal (1997-2004) has accepted a position as the district's superintendent after a hiatus working as a school administrator in Southwest Iowa.






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