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Sketchup

Mr. Silver recently got a 3D printer and the middle school students have been using it a lot. Mr. Silver has allowed the kids to make 3D models for projects and the kids have made many cool designs. Sketchup is a website where you can . . .

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Word of the Week

  A sticky preparation used for setting hair; a glutinous Bandoline: hair dressing used to keep the hair in place.   Tyson - like a bandolier   William - someone . . .

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Cuba Gives Their Citizens Full Internet Access

Cuba is giving their citizens full Internet access on their phones and is one of the last countries in the world to do so. The Cuban telecommunications department announced that starting on December 6th all of Cuba’s citizens (with . . .

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Iowa v Iowa State

    Iowa and Iowa State have had quite the rivalry this year in football and basketball. On December 6th, 2018, Iowa beat Iowa State in basketball with a score of 84-98. This year in football Iowa beat Iowa State by . . .

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Pearl Harbor

    December 7th, 1941, a date which will live in infamy. On December 7th, 1941, at 7:53 local time, the quote by Japanese commander Mitsuo Fuchida, “Tora, Tora, Tora” was given out, which signaled complete . . .

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School Food Pantry

Lamoni Community Schools have recently opened a food pantry. It is located in room 125 in the middle school building. Any Lamoni student is allowed to go and get food from the food pantry. It is opened every school day during school . . .

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The Campfire: Nation’s Deadliest Wildfire in 100 Years

In California, there have been lots of wildfires recently. One of the major fires was the Campfire.  It was in Paradise, which is in Butte County, California. The death toll is 88 people (for comparison the Woolsey Fire killed only . . .

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Word of the Week

Mataeology: worthless conversation   Here is what people think:   Ryan Stevenson: the study of wood Landon McKillip: A science word you use for math and weird stuff. . . .

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