On Thursday, October 20, at 7:00 p.m. in the Ethel Jamison Auditorium at Quinter High School, the Quinter Music Department will host a Benefit Concert with the Tumbleweed Barbershop Chorus from Colby featuring a performance by the junior and senior high school vocal students. The Tumbleweed Barbershop Chorus will match up all donated funds up to $500. Len Wertz directs the chorus. Following the concert, all . . .
On Sunday, October 9, the Quinter Science Club traveled to Union Station in Kansas City to tour the Body Worlds - Cycle of Life exhibit. Students had the opportunity to view and study actual human corpses that have been preserved, dissected, and posed so as to show unique insights of our anatomy and physiology. The trip was funded through a grant from the Gove County Community Foundation with the help of the Dane G. Hansen . . .
Quinter’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes hosted their first Fields of Faith event on Wednesday, October 12. Feilds of Faith is national event that over 500 different schools across the country conduct. Anyone from Quinter Junior and Senior High School, the local community, and surrounding towns were invited. The evening started off with a local praise band consisting of Kelli Getz, Chad Churchwell, Tyler Breeden, . . .
On October 13, the Quinter Junior High boys’ football team stepped onto the field to finish their season against the Rawlins County Buffaloes . For the eighth graders, this was their last JH football game. Knowing that, they played with more intensity than before. The Bulldogs won 56-36. Eighth grader Tucker Gillespie scored the first two touchdowns to begin the game and jump out to an early lead. . . .
On Thursday, Oct. 13 the Quinter Junior High volleyball team took on the Rawlins County Buffaloes for the last home game. The A-team lost 0-2. The B-team won 2-0. The C-team lost 0-1. The A-team started the first set off against the Buffaloes with Sheree Cook serving four points for the Bulldogs making the score 4-3. The Bulldogs exchanged points with the Buffaloes. The Buffaloes went on a nine point . . .
On Tuesday, October 4, Quinter and Wheatland-Grinnell combined cross country team traveled to Hoxie to compete in the Hoxie Meet as well as the Northwest Kansas League Meet. Team members who ran at the meet from Quinter included seniors Zac Funk and Ashley Miller, junior Rebekah Kitch, and sophomores Jesse Bogert, Jonathan Jacka, Dylan Boone, and Seth Hinman. Runners were scored for the overall race as well as their finish among only . . .
On Tuesday, October 4, the Lady Bulldogs traveled to Dighton to compete in a quad. The four teams, other than Quinter, included Greeley County, Wallace County, and Dighton. The varsity Bulldogs swept the night beating Greeley County and Wallace County in two sets and Dighton in three. The junior varsity lost to Dighton 1-3. Kicking off the varsity's night, the Bulldogs defeated the Wallace County . . .
TonightClear, with a low around 45. East wind around 5 mph becoming southwest after midnight.
ThursdaySunny, with a high near 81. Southwest wind 5 to 15 mph.
Thursday NightMostly clear, with a low around 54. South wind around 10 mph.
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