STANTON – Fremont-Mills scored on five consecutive possessions in the first half in a 44-6 rout of Stanton/Essex, Friday, Oct. 25.
Essex hosted its only football game of the season, Friday, Oct. 18 and the Stanton/Essex Vikings rolled to a 94-44 Homecoming win over Griswold.
SIDNEY – The Sidney Cowgirls won two more matches to advance to the semifinals of the Corner Conference Tournament while the Essex Trojanettes were eliminated from the tournament after losing twice, Monday, Sept. 30.
Stanton/Essex quarterback Keygan Day accounted for six touchdowns, but East Mills quarterback Michael Schafer had a part in eight as Schafer’s Wolverines outscored Day’s Vikings 69-46, Friday, Sept. 27.
Sidney senior Noah Jorgenson won his fifth cross country race of the season and both Shenandoah teams continued to show improvement, taking second and fourth at the Southwest Valley meet, Thursday, Sept. 19.
The Sidney Cowgirls had little trouble earning their second Corner Conference volleyball win of the season, Tuesday, Sept. 10, sweeping Essex 25-2, 25-13 and 25-10.
CLARINDA – Sidney senior Noah Jorgenson won his third cross country race of the season and the Shenandoah girls finished second at the Clarinda Cross Country Meet, Tuesday, Sept. 10.
Keygan Day passed for 204 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score, but Stanton/Essex couldn’t contain Lamoni’s offense in a 56-18 Demon victory, Friday, Aug. 30.
Essex volleyball dropped matches to Southwest Valley and East Mills, Thursday, Aug. 29 in a triangular played at Southwest Valley Middle School in Villisca.
Keygan Day and Colton Thornburg connected three times through the air for touchdowns as Stanton/Essex flew to a 40-6 season-opening win at Murray, Friday, Aug. 23.
OAKLAND – Essex/South Page senior Daniel Ohnmacht threw a three-hit complete game shutout and the Trojan bats also performed well in a 10-0 win over Riverside, Thursday, July 11 in a Class 1A District 14 1st round game.
The deadline for Iowa disaster survivors to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for recovery assistance has been extended to Tuesday, July 16, 2019. The deadline to apply for a low-interest disaster loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) also has been…
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) is extending the prevented plant crop reporting deadline for Iowa producers affected by spring flooding and excessive moisture.
The Essex School Board appointed Lori Racine as a new school board member at a special meeting on June 12. Racine was one of two applicants who applied for the position.
ESSEX – The Essex/South Page Trojans scored double digit runs for the second time in as many games, but again lost as West Harrison earned a 22-12 win in five innings, Tuesday, June 4.
The Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) held an ad-hoc conference call on May 29 with governmental entities and members of the press to update them on current runoff conditions and operational decisions being made in response to those conditions. John Remus, Chief of the Missouri River Basin Wat…
The Iowa Department of Transportation will hold a public information meeting Tuesday, June 11, to discuss the proposed improvements to Iowa Highway 2, just east of the Missouri River, in Fremont County. This meeting will be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in the Sidney High School Commons at 2754 K…
All teams, team members, survivors, caregivers, sponsors, and community members are invited to the annual Relay for Life of Fremont and Page counties on Sunday, June 9, at the Andersen Park in Essex. This is an American Cancer Society event designed to educate the community, celebrate surviv…
NEOLA – The Essex Trojanettes advanced to a Class 1A regional final with a runner-up score of 468 at Quail Run Country Club, Monday, May 13 in the first round of regionals.