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A friendly game of Frisbee, similar to kick ball, was played during the Waterloo School District summer school activities. Summer school runs through July 3 in the district.

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A game of Frisbee was being held on the Waterloo High School football field during summer school last week. Taking aim with the flying disc was Nathan Reedy as Emanuel Granados looked on.

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Students in Waterloo School District summer school program made colorful tiles with rubbing alcohol and ink in one of the 20 different courses offered. Summer school is offered from June 17 to July 3 this year, due to the construction in the district. Clockwise from left were, Bryn Huebner, …

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Paula Bakken, left, and Christine Phillips, right, were selling starter seeds, bedding plants and flowers through the Marshall High School FFA Chapter at Marshall's farmers' market located at Fireman's Park Sunday, May 26. The market continues every Sunday from 8 a.m. to noon through September.

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Construction and excavating work has begun at the Waterloo School District facility with the addition of a new gymnasium and expansion of the fitness center. Other work to be completed in the $16.2 million improvement project is an additional restroom in the elementary school, remodeling of …

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With the exception of a no vote by school board member Karen Stangler, the Waterloo School Board approved the placement of a fire hydrant on Waterloo School District property to allow for the issuance of a building permit to continue with the district’s construction and facilities upgrade pr…

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Hudson Stuelke of Waterloo, received instructions from Waterloo Police Department officer Sarah Thomford on how to ride his bicycle during a bike rodeo at the Waterloo Elementary School Saturday morning, June 8. The rodeo was sponsored by the Karl Junginger Memorial Library, Waterloo Police …

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Hudson Stuelke of Waterloo, received instructions from Waterloo Police Department officer Sarah Thomford on how to ride his bicycle during a bike rodeo at the Waterloo Elementary School Saturday morning, June 8. The rodeo was sponsored by the Karl Junginger Memorial Library, Waterloo Police …

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Rue Bybee, 6, of Waterloo, rode his bicycle through the course at the bike rodeo held at the Waterloo Elementary School Saturday morning, June 8. Behind him was his brother, Azi Bybee, 7. The bike rodeo was sponsored by Trek Bicycle, Karl Junginger Memorial Library, Waterloo Police Departmen…

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Aaron Schattschneider of Marshall will serve as the student representative to the Madison Area Technical College (MATC) district board for the 2019-20 academic year. His term begins July 1.

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“We are, we are the mighty Cardinals,” the Marshall High School Class of 2019 shouted Saturday afternoon during their final appearance as a high school senior.

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Lyla Stuelke of Waterloo road her bicycle through a maze of cones as part of the annual bike rodeo held Saturday morning, June 8 at the Waterloo Elementary School. The rodeo is a joint effort of the Karl Junginger Memorial Library, elementary school, Waterloo Police Department and Trek Bicycle.

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Thirty-six graduating seniors at Marshall High School received scholarships at an academic program Wednesday, May 29. Following are the scholarship recipients, in alphabetical order.

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Below a circular halo around the sun, 71 seniors from Waterloo High School received their diplomas on the athletic field of the school Sunday afternoon, June 2.

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The participants of the senior exercise program at the Karl Junginger Memorial Library donated funds to this year’s summer reading program, “A Universe of Stories.” The group gathers every Wednesday at the library, but takes a break for the summer. The group includes, back row from left, Shi…

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Stacy Ironside, left, Mel Stark, back and Damon Tolhurst, right, participated in the weekly Wood Carving Club at the Marshall Community Library May 14.

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For the second-straight year, DAZE Entertainment Basketball performed a dazzling performance as they played a unique basketball game against the Marshall All-Stars as well as raised food and funds for the community and high school food pantries Monday, June 3.

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Waterloo High School band students performed a trumpet ensemble during the Jazz in the Park Wednesday, May 22. The performers included, from left, Kaitlyn Filter, Jasmine Kohls, Brandon Springer and Jonathan MacLaughlin. The students played “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

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Waterloo High School seniors, front to back, Kegan Skalitzky, Alyssa Spies and Brandon Springer make their way through the halls of the Waterloo School District during the recent Waterloo High School Senior Walk. Students, teachers and staff cheered the seniors on as they walked through the …

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Waterloo and Marshall high school seniors will take part in commencement exercises, with 71 students participating in the 141st commencement exercise at Waterloo High School and 69 students graduating from Marshall High School.

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The Waterloo High School music department held its annual Jazz in the Park Wednesday, May 22 at Waterloo Firemen’s Park. The jazz band, show choir and students in several solos and small ensembles performed. Quinnly Hush and Abigail Gier played flutes in the performance of “Abracadabra!”

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Students danced to the music at the Marshall High School prom Saturday night, May 18.

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During the Jazz in the Park May 22, Waterloo High School seniors Bridget Krueger, left, and Samantha Battenberg, right, sang “River Deep Mountain High.”

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The Marshall High School prom court for 2020 included, from left, Tyler Chadwick, Rain Held, Dylan Horstmeyer, Aubrie Kappes, Jack Moen, Gianna Dugan, Mitchell Motl, Sandra Assaba, Ireland Virgil, Jacob Chadwick, Juan Galaviz, Hailey Erdmann, Joey Jablonski, Madalyn Frank, Malena King, and C…

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Students at Marshall High School enjoyed the Class of 2020 prom Saturday night at the school. This year’s theme was “Bright Lights and Country Nights.” Enjoying the festivities were Josh Wehking, Noah Harrison, Tyler Chadwick, Sydney Weinberger, Bailey Neuberger, and Aubrie Kappes.

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Waterloo pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade assistant principal Elizabeth Gould, left, and her husband Ian Gould recently presented “A Scottish Cinderella” at the Waterloo Elementary School. Students had recently completed a folk tale unit and the Goulds presented their Scottish version o…

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Waterloo Elementary School first grade students sang “Stand By Me” as Ian Gould, left, played the guitar during the recent Waterloo Elementary School Talent Show. A number of musical, dance and magic acts along with hula hooping and joke telling highlighted the talent show that was enjoyed b…

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Jack Moen and Cai Resler took a pose at the Marshall High School prom.

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Students at Marshall High School held their prom Saturday night in the commons area of the school. Partaking in the activities were, from left, Paige Collins, Gaby Campos, Meilin Resler, and Erin Virgil.

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Marshall High School students Sam Maertz, left, and Hunter Berger, right, participated in Magic the Gathering card game tournament. Middle and high school youth gathered at the Marshall Community Library May 14 to play this activity where luck and skills is needed.

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The Marshall High School Class of 2020 junior prom was held Saturday, May 18 with the theme, “Bright LIghgts and Country Nights.” Crowned queen and king of the prom were Ireland Virgil and Jacob Chadwick. More photos from the Marshall prom appear on Page B3.

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Students danced to the music at the Marshall High School prom Saturday night, May 18.

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Waterloo Police Officer Sarah Thomford recently talked with Waterloo Elementary School students about bicycle safety. Sponsored by the Waterloo School District, Trek Bicycle, the Karl Junginger Memorial Library and the Waterloo Police Department, a bike rodeo will be held at the Waterloo Ele…

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Would a Marshall High School athlete admit they had a few sips of beer and face the consequences? Or would one see if he or she can get away with it?

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The Waterloo School District held a Multicultural Fair Wednesday, May 8 in the high school cafeteria and gymnasium. There were booths with information for the adult, food, musical entertainment and the gym was open to the students. Dana Flores jumped rope after eating at the district’s multi…

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Waterloo High School class of 2019 senior girls recently celebrated their senior tea at the River’s Edge Event Venue in Waterloo. The event featured guest speaker Waterloo Mayor Jeni Quimby and a potluck dinner, assorted teas and lemonades, desserts and prizes. Back row, from left, Sydney Fi…

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Waterloo American Legion Auxiliary Post No. 233 Badger Girls and Waterloo American Legion Post 233 Badger Boys State representatives from left are Waterloo High School juniors Makenna Holzhueter, Christi Forman, Jakob Garza and Jacob Filter. The Badger Boys State conference will be held June…

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Waterloo High School students, Nick Gerschke, left, and Victor Martinez, right, had a display on static electricity at the Waterloo Elementary School Learning Fair. The junior students demonstrated static electricity using balloons to lift up paper, move a can and move a stream of water.

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Emma-Lee Kemnitz and Hudson Lang made a volcano out of Styrofoam and made it erupt. The students are in Michael Birschbach’s fourth grade class.

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Emily Schoenherr and Alina Bolt, held their participation ribbon they received for their display on lava lamps at the Waterloo Elementary School Learning Fair May 1.

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Calla Schumann, left, and Mason Dolfin, right, dressed the part of their display on Greek Gods at the Waterloo Elementary School Learning Fair. Looking over the display is Milwaukee Bucks player Giannis Antetokounmpo.

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United Cooperative, a farmer-owned cooperative based in Beaver Dam with locations throughout Wisconsin, awarded 50, $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors and college students continuing their education in both agricultural or nonagricultural majors.

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The Waterloo School District held a Multicultural Fair Wednesday, May 8 in the high school cafeteria and gymnasium. There were booths with information for the adult, food, musical entertainment and the gym was open to the students. The Karl Junginger Memorial Library had an activity with Ozo…

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Current Marshall Middle School eighth grade science teacher Paul Herrick was named the new middle school principal to begin next year at Monday’s, May 13 Marshall School Board meeting. He was the science teacher for Marshall for a year.

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After listening to a presentation on the costs for a new gymnasium and remodeling of the school facilities, the Waterloo School Board Monday night approved a guaranteed maximum price of $15.2 million for the referendum projects approved by votes in August.