Annual FFA Barnyard educates young students

Annual FFA Barnyard educates young students

Payton McMillin

Children of distinct ages travelled to David City High School on Fri., May 12 to view calves, birds, bunnies, kittens, goats, and more at the annual FFA Barnyard. Various members took the time to contribute to the...

May 16, 2017

FFA officers chosen for 2017-18 school year

FFA officers chosen for 2017-18 school year

Kasey Stallbaum

The newly selected David City FFA officers took on their new roles on Fri., Apr. 28 at the end of the year FFA Banquet. The selected members were chosen on Fri., March 24. Selected officer positions were:  Presiden...

May 2, 2017

Scout music department receives high scores at District Music Contest

Scout music department receives high scores at District Music Contest

Allie Daro

The Scout music department brought home twos in both the choir and band whole groups at the District Music Contest on Fri., Apr. 21. The students were rated on tone, harmony, the pieces, pronunciation, and overall effecti...

April 27, 2017

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Sports

State Track 2017

State Track 2017

May 23, 2017

Three Scout athletes earn spots at State Track

Three Scout athletes earn spots at State Track

May 17, 2017

The David City High School track team took on Districts at Central City High School on Thurs., May, 11. Competing against seven schools, DCHS ended the meet with competitors senior Ross Kirby, jun...

Scouts bring Cortney Couch back to the football field

Scouts bring Cortney Couch back to the football field

May 11, 2017

David City High School Principal Cortney Couch was nam...

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Column: Junior year blues

Column: Junior year blues

Renee Backstrom

As a freshman and a sophomore all of my older friends always warned me about junior year. They said there was a lot of homework and really hard classes. I didn't fully understand what that meant until this year...

May 17, 2017

Review: “Welcome to your tape.” and other things Thirteen Reasons Why has left in its path

Review: “Welcome to your tape.” and other things Thirteen Reasons Why has left in its path

May 12, 2017

Column: Later start times beneficial to student well-being

Column: Later start times beneficial to student well-being

April 26, 2017

Review: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast great family movie for all ages

Review: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast great family movie for all ages

March 27, 2017

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DCPS teachers say their goodbyes after 30 years of service

DCPS teachers say their goodbyes after 30 years of service

Olivia Couch, Co-Editor

After many years of dedication to teaching youth in the David City community, both Barb McClintic and Karen Papa are finishing their final year at DCPS. After teaching for over 30 years, McClintic is retiring from her fourth gra...

May 18, 2017

Recent Feature Stories

2016-17 School Year

2016-17 School Year

May 17, 2017

Class of 2017: DCHS declassified school survival guide

Class of 2017: DCHS declassified school survival guide

May 10, 2017

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