This ceremonial check from the Rural Fire Defense Fund was deluged at the monthly Blaine County Chiefs meeting recently held at the Hitchcock Fire Department. Each of the Blaine Co Departments will receive $4,000. “This money goes a long way with our Volunteer Departments,” state representative Mike Sanders said. “I am so appreciative of these hero’s and what they do on a shoestring budget. These volunteers go above and beyond to save property and to save lives. I want to say thank you for what they do.”

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Caden Koehn (left) is co-president of Canton’s Tigers Unified Champions Club and is pictured along with treasurer Kenidi Humbargar.
(Photo by Anisa Magallanes)

Tigers Unified Champions Club has become a big part of instruction at Canton Public Schools for more than decade, bringing together students with and without intellectual disabilities for sports, c

November Students of the Month for Canton Schools were back row (from left): freshman Braxton Thompson, junior Alyssa Sutton and senior Roxey Linder.

This ceremonial check from the Rural Fire Defense Fund was deluged at the monthly Blaine County Chiefs meeting recently held at the Hitchcock Fire Department. Each of the Blaine Co Departments will receive $4,000. “This money goes a long way with our Volunteer Departments,” state representative Mike Sanders said. “I am so appreciative of these hero’s and what they do on a shoestring budget. These volunteers go above and beyond to save property and to save lives. I want to say thank you for what they do.”

This ceremonial check from the Rural Fire Defense Fund was deluged at the monthly Blaine County Chiefs meeting recently held at the Hitchcock Fire Department.

Opinion

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The relentless call for school consolidation never seems to end.

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Canton seventh graders, led by Ryan Hysell, are collecting bandages for the Children’s Hospital.

Sports

The Canton Tigers were consolation champions in their own Gayle Hajny Invitational on Monday, bouncing back from an opening loss with two victories, including a 58-37 drubbing of Arnett.
(Photos by Austin Smith)

Last week, Canton High School hosted their Gayle Hajny Basketball Invitational, where eight high schools from around the area sent their boys and girls to compete.

Gayle Hajny Invitational trophies

The Canton Tigers had a busy workload last week as both teams hit the hardwood for three games apiece, including a makeup game against Thomas.

Heading into the 2018-19 campaign with high expectations, the Canton High School basketball teams tipped off their seasons impressively last week against Hinton with a pair of wins over the Comets.

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