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Snow Queens…

Snow queens were selected from the ladies of the senior and freshman classes at GHS during the annual Snow Queen Pageant sponsored by the GHS Student Council at the school gym on Saturday, Nov. 10. Pictured from left are second runner up Kinsey Schuchhardt (Aimee and Dusty Wager, Adam Schuchhardt), first runner up Dakota Goebel (Kenny and Theresa), Junior Miss […]

I voted…

GHS senior Cole Nafziger (Deb and Kris) gets a sticker from election worker Delores Wickersham that showed he voted today. It was the first time for nine members of the senior class, who were brought to the polls on Tuesday morning, Nov. 6 by the high school government teacher, Mr. Keith Scott. The entire class came to see how the […]

Sign of the times…

New street signs are popping up all across Potter County, and last week the crews were in Gettysburg. The federal program is putting up new signs all across the country, at no cost to the city or county. Crews replaced the signs, removed old posts, and added a number of new signs to meet federal specifications. One of the specifications […]

Happy endings…

Members of the cast from the play “Peter and Wendy” sang a song as the show came to a happy ending during the performance given Saturday afternoon at the school gym. The musical production was part of the Missoula Children’s Theatre, which cast around 40 children and put together the show during just a week of rehearsals. The Gettysburg School […]

Parade style..

Hoven High School celebrated homecoming on Friday, Oct. 12 and the GHS marching band put on their dress uniforms to join the parade. Under the direction of Mr. Walker Rose, the band played the pop song “Feel It Still” by Portugal the Man. 

Easy choice…

When given the choice of riding their bikes or taking a ride on top of a firetruck, the decision was easy for the kids who participated in the GIA bike-a-thon on Friday, Oct. 5 at the Gettysburg City Park. Kids ditched their bikes along the side of the road as they loaded onto the big, red trucks for a ride […]

Doo Wah Riders…

The opening night of the High Plains Concert Series drew a big crowd to the American Legion Community Building on Wednesday, Sept. 26, with many faces that were new to town. The country group had everything from an accordion to a fiddle player, and played a variety of original and classic pickin’ and grinnin’ tunes. The concert series has reciprocity […]

Bump, set, spike…

When Jenna Robbennolt (Rena and Brian) goes to the net for the Lady Battler volleyball team, it often results in a point for Potter County. As of Tuesday afternoon, the team held a 9-6 win/loss record on the season with nine matches and the Battler Tourney left to play before going into the region tournaments. 

On your mark, get set…

The thick fog and misty weather made it a little hard to see the long distance runners at the Potter County Invitational cross country meet held Saturday morning, Sept. 15 at the Gettysburg Country Club. Teams from Ipswich, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte, Dupree, Sully Buttes, Leola, Wolsey-Wessington, Hitchcock-Tulare, Eureka-Bowdle, Wakpala, Sunshine Bible, Herreid-Selby Area, and Faulkton Area came to town for the […]

Time for a tune…

The GHS marching band, under the direction of Mr. Walker Rose, marched through the Gettysburg homecoming parade on Friday, Sept. 7. The band played the pop song “Feel It Still” by Portugal the Man. If you’d like to hear them play it, just scan the picture with the Potter County News app on your smartphone. 


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