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  • Tara Baune is Teacher of the Year

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  • NYMHS Competes in One Act

    Just three weeks ago, the New York Mills High School Drama Department started rehearsals for the One Act Play Competition. The cast and crew were at the school into the evenings to prepare a portion of the play “Almost, Maine” for last weekend’s virtual competition. Director Leif Ronning says they expect to hear the judges’ results by the end of the week. This year’s One Act Cast & Crew includes: Back row: Leif Ronning (Director), John Ronning, Trey Gilster, Daunte Leiran, Zackery Parttow, Elliot Kangas, Ariel Arno, Jane Gudmundson, Jessa Lenz and Shanetta Reitmeyer. Front row: Teo Lecoustre, Joshua Anderson, Dustin Ohm, Owen Ronning and Nathan Fischer.

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  • DARE Program Begins for 6th Graders

    New York Mills Police Chief Bobby Berndt started the DARE program with NY Mills sixth grade students today. The plan is to meet each Tuesday to go through the DARE curriculum, which focuses on responsible decision making. This is Bobby’s seventh year teaching the DARE program, although its only his second year at the NY Mills Elementary. He really enjoys teaching DARE because he likes to connect with area youth. Sixth graders excitedly asked questions throughout today’s lesson and a few students were able to try out the handcuffs.

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  • Polman signs for Mayville

    Congratulations to New York Mills High School Senior Cydnie Polman, who signed to play volleyball for Mayville State University. CLICK ON HEADLINE FOR FULL STORY...

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  • Gudmundson wins writing contest

    On December 25, New York Mills seventh grader Ben Gudmundson became an official published writer. He won first place in the Outdoor News Junior Prose Writing Contest, and his story was printed in the state newspaper. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE...

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  • Radniecki and Rudolph Triple 'A' Award Winners

    New York Mills seniors Kiera Radniecki and Jace Rudolph were chosen to represent the New York Mills High School in this year’s Triple ‘A’ Award. Each year, schools across the state nominate two seniors for the Academics, Arts, and Athletics Award, more commonly known as the Triple ‘A’ Award. This award honors seniors who have maintained a 3.0 grade point average while participating in both athletics and fine arts. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR THE FULL ARTICLE.

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  • 4-H Opportunity

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