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All in has been one of the more commonly-used phrases for the Newton boys soccer team this season, and on Thursday night, the Cardinals lived up to that saying...Cardinals tied the game back up, but couldn't keep pace with the No. Dutch, who earned a
23 a.m.CDT An old-fashioned barn dance will be from 7 to 10 p.m. tonight at the Pella Memorial Building, 829 Broadway St...Admission is $5, with a family maximum of $20 (or pay what you can no one will be turned away).
32 p.m.CDT Updated:Tuesday, May 7, 2013 1:03 p.m.CDT Newton's Amanda Laube runs down the final straightaway in the 3,000-meter run during the Dutch Invite on Monday. The Newton girls tack team traveled to Pella on Monday to compete in the annual
When Newton girls tennis coach Erick Zehr took over three years ago, the Cardinals' program was in shambles. The team was tough to watch, and they hadn't won a meet in three years. On Monday afternoon, the Cardinals completed their full-circle turn
Newton freshman Jessica Reynolds gets out of a bunker on hole 11 during the Cardinals' meet at Bos Landen Golf Course on Monday. In one of their biggest meets of the year, the Newton girls golf team showed its grit, consistency and most notably its
27 a.m.CDT Pella's 78th Tulip Time Festival is set for May 2, 3 and 4 this year...One of the bigger celebrations of this perennial, bulbous plant in the Tulipa genus, takes place in the central Iowa town of Pella, population 10,500.
25 a.m.CDT Although Tuesday marked another loss for the Newton boys tennis team, the team's undeniable improvement also continued. The Cardinals fell 10-1 on the road at Pella, but won their largest amount of games this season by far.
Submitted Photo) When it comes to thrills, the Impact World Tour is in no short supply. The three-day tour, which makes a stop at the Berg Complex this weekend, will feature a different group each day, and many local residents, including Julie Jones,
With the Central College offense in need of a spark, catcher and Newton native Caitlyn Meyer delivered a five-hit day that included a tiebreaking home run to power the Dutch to a 2-0, 10-3 softball sweep of Buena Vista University Monday. The Dutch
Newton Senior High School graduate Caitlyn Meyer of Central College has been named the Iowa Conference female athlete of the week. Recognized as the softball position player of the week, Meyer batted .667 in four games during the week and helped