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Music to other ears
Gregory R. Norfleet/West Branch Times
West Branch High School sophomore Hannah Kerchner poses in the music room. She started a non-profit business to funnel donated instruments to students in need and hopes to collect at least 15 before the 2016-17 school year.

196 Republicans turn out to caucus
by Gregory R. Norfleet · News · February 04, 2016
West Branch 1 chose Ted Cruz and Gower-Springdale went for Marco Rubio in the Republican caucuses Monday.

Coin toss gives Clinton win in WB1
by Rick DeClue · News · February 04, 2016
Two Democratic precincts, West Branch 1 and Gower-Springdale, sent the Clinton and Sanders camps home from West Branch High School Tuesday after a split vote, a hair-splitting delegate count decided by a coin toss and nine total delegates assigned to each side.

4th-graders pick Cruz, Clinton
News · February 04, 2016
West Branch fourth graders held their own mock caucus on Monday and chose Ted Cruz for the Republicans and Hillary Clinton for the Democrats.

Musical Hope: 15 instruments by Aug.
by Gregory R. Norfleet · News · February 04, 2016
In the shortest sense, Hannah’s Musical Hope exists to funnel donated instruments to students who cannot afford one.

Show Choir reaps awards
News · February 04, 2016
West Branch’s Christopher Jive and the Uptown 45 earned a Division 1 rating at Williamsburg on Monday in one of two contests to open the competition season.

Birthday: Wells marks 100 years
News · February 04, 2016
Gladys Wells will turn 100 years old on Feb. 13, 2016.

News · February 04, 2016

News · February 04, 2016

Shields questioned process that selects park designers
by Rick DeClue · News · January 28, 2016
At last week’s meeting, City Council member Tim Shields questioned the process for narrowing down the three finalists to design the initial phase of the city’s proposed park for Pedersen Valley.

$800,000 for roads, but might need ‘patience’ from motorists
by Rick DeClue · News · January 28, 2016
Among several projects this year, the National Park Service plans to spend $800,000 to resurface roads inside and around its boundaries.

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