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Red Devil Football Team
Wins Walnut Festival Bowl;
Tied For 4th In Class A Ratings.

Calhoun High School won the Black Walnut Festival Bowl by defeating Roane, 27-14, last Friday night (see SPORTS). The Red Devils' six seniors accepted the trophy from Festival Queen Katie Murray. Players are, left to right, kneeling, Matt Houchin, Caleb Hart, Josh Deweese; standing, Jeff Goodrich, Zac Yeager, Chance Hardway. Photo by Patty Haught.

Red Devil Seniors Accept Trophy

Red Devil Marching Band And Majorettes Win At Black Walnut Festival.

The Calhoun County Middle-High School Marching Band, under the direction of Bridgette Bowen, won several awards. It placed third in Class D division for parade, third for field commander Emily Thomas, and third in field show.  Photo by Patty Haught.


Field Commander, Emily Thomas. Photo by Patty Haught.

                           Emily Thomas

Calhoun High School junior Niki Liles was chosen from 50 majorettes as the 2007 Black Walnut Festival Miss Majorette during the Marching Band and Majorette competition on Saturday at County Stadium, near Spencer. It is awarded to the majorette who best displays poise, confidence, showmanship and overall beauty. She was awarded a four-foot trophy, crown, sash, and a dozen roses. Niki, 16, is the daughter of Teri Liles of Big Bend and David and Dorothy Liles of Delphos, Ohio. This is her first year as a majorette. Photo by Patty Haught.

                         Niki Liles


Calhoun's majorettes were third of twelve groups. They are under the direction of Patty Haught. Majorettes, left to right, first row, Sarah Moore (captain), Chelsey Ball; second row, Shaina Wilson, Ashley Conley (feature twirler), and Niki Liles. Photo by Patty Haught.


GSC Hidden Promise Scholars Dinner.
  Left to Right, Calhoun County Schools Superintendent Jane Lynch, Calhoun County High School Principle Karen Kirby, Jamie Kennedy, and Glenville State College President Peter Barr. Kennedy was among the honored guests at the first GSC Hidden Promise Scholars dinner on Oct. 4, in the Mollohan Center ballroom. The first 13 recipients of the scholarship, their families, and representatives of their high schools were guests. Each student was awarded a $1,000 scholarship, which is renewable for four years at GSC.

Calhoun County Schools Superintendent Jane Lynch, Calhoun County High School Principle Karen Kirby, Jamie Kennedy, GSC President Peter Barr

Scenes (we hope to have a page of scenes from around the area soon. Send a message to the Webmaster [click on link at bottom of page] if you would like for this to happen)

The End of a Holler


Early Morning in Grantsville

Day is Done

Maple Tree

Ridgetop View

Ridgetop Sunst

Ridgetop View

Shooting into the Sun

Sumac in the Fall

Small Waterfall

Bigger Waterfall

Fall Colors

White moth on leaves

People (hope to have some for next week, meanwhile, enjoy the scenes above)



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