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Indians send 14 qualifiers to State

The Osage City track team qualified 14 athletes and will be bringing five alternates to compete in the State Championships in Wichita. Indians will compete in 12 different events. Of the athletes who qualified, Carter Swindale placed first in the Regionals for javelin, setting a new school record.

Regional Champions:
Carter Swindale - javelin (breaking school record).
Claire Crawford - discus.
Girls 4 x 800m - Joy Steele, Miah McCue, Britney Wilkins, and Kenna Butterfield.

Siren alarm error

No cause for alarm after sirens sound
Human error was to blame for the sounding of tornado sirens around 4 a.m. today (Thursday). There was no tornado or weather threat at the time.

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EAT WELL TO BE WELL: Two Ways to Weigh Less this Summer

Eat well to be well

In a blink of an eye, summer will be here. It’s time to bring out sleeveless tops and shorts. Many of us look forward to this time of year but for others, it may be a difficult transitional time if they are weighing more than they would like. It shouldn’t be news to anyone that obesity is a problem not only in this country but around the world.

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