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Big, but inexperienced, line a key to Trojan season

Big, but inexperienced, line a key to Trojan season

The Homer varsity football team’s “biggest” asset could also be their biggest liability this...

Fun at the Fair

Fun at the Fair

Plenty of blue skies and warm weather greeted Calhoun County Fair visitors last week. Area 4-H...

Board tightens closed-campus policy, phone use

Board tightens closed-campus policy, phone use

Litchfield Community Schools students returning to school in the fall will find it harder to leave...

Litchfield to update master plan

Litchfield to update master plan

With the assistance of Region 2, the Litchfield City Council and Planning Commission are updating...


Litchfield to update master plan

With the assistance of Region 2, the Litchfield City Council and Planning Commission are updating their master plan. The city is in the 19th year of their 20-year master plan. “The planning commission knows it is going to expire and wants to be proactive in getting a new master plan in place, and the city council agreed,” said City Manager Doug Terry.

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Board tightens closed-campus policy, phone use


Litchfield Community Schools students returning to school in the fall will find it harder to leave school grounds during the day. While LCS has technically been a closed campus for years, the policy was vague enough that some students have been able to find loopholes to leave campus, especially during lunch time.

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Litchfield volleyball squad struggles at Addison opener

The Litchfield varsity volleyball team had a rough opening to the start of the 2015 season at Addison Saturday in the annual Addison Invitational The Terriers fell in all three pool play games. In the Silver bracket of the single elimination tournament, they were one and done.

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Big, but inexperienced, line a key to Trojan season

The Homer varsity football team’s “biggest” asset could also be their biggest liability this fall. If the Trojans are to return to post-season playoffs for the third straight season, they will need a big - but highly inexperienced - offensive line to gel quickly and open holes for the Trojan running backs, while also providing pass protection for quarterback Caleb Drumm.

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Writer finds herself becoming ‘Homer Strong’

I have lived in Homer for a little over two years now, and during that time I operated under a quiet anonymity. People may have noticed me, as I picked up my kids at school or at the library, but they did not know my name or anything about me. I’ve noticed since joining the Index staff and writing this column that people say hello when they see me, or introduce themselves to me. It probably helps that there is a giant picture of my face in every issue making me hard to miss.

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County fair life prepares for unfairness in life

The county fair rolls around only once each year, and it’s probably a good thing. It’s simply too much work for those involved to be expected to make it through even one week, let alone an encore performance six months later. What is a county fair? An eight-day special event extravaganza where millions of small pieces and people come together in one brief venue, yielding various pay-off to various factions of those involved.

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