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June 14, 2013

Howar Junior High fourth quarter honor roll

Seventh grade fourth quarter honor roll

Arnold, Sammie

Belloma, Tyson

Benz, Lee

Bogle, Nolan

Brauman, Taylor

Byte, Emily

Chapman, Chyenne

Clark, Meghan

Coatney, Abigail

Collins, Stacey

Collins-Korthuis, Alex

Cooper, Alieana

Cossolotto, Britney

Cossolotto, Bryanna

Cowan, Maggie

Hand, Lucas

Hermon, Sunee

Hicks, Jessica

Huff, Aryc

Hurley, Brayton

Jessop, Kaytlyne

Kirby, Katelynn

Klinginsmith, Sheridan

Laurson, Ashley

Lawson, Kolby

Lechtenberg, Kianna

Litke, Zoe

McDonald, Jordan

McDonald, Madeline

McGrann, Taylor

McSweeney, Dawson

Moore, Peyton

Moorman, Emily

Myers, Ciesel

Oglesby, Lauren

Owens, Sam

Pagburn, Abbie

Papa, Kris

Pross, Katy

Remme, Dakota

Schacher, Anna

Sells, Abigail

Selvy, Mason

Sheston, Holly

Smith, Sarah

Stickler, Mercedes

Stull, Jimmy

Sweet, Abigayle

Terpstra, Tiger

Thomas, Malerie

Tuttle, Savanna

Varner, Morgan

Wardlow, Stephen

Wiese, Bryce

Wiskus, William

Wolver, Sam

Eighth grade fourth quarter honor roll

Bailey, Erika

Barber, Joshua

Baur, Makayla

Belloma, Colton

Belloma, Jacob

Bennett, Braedyn

Beyer, Bram

Cash, Jacob

Cope, Sarah

Cunningham, Talia

Glosser, Amory

Gonnerman, Karson

Hall, Evan

Hedgecock, Lexy

Hill, Thad

Housh, Caylea

Jackson, Bailey

Jewett, Tayler

Johnson, TIffany

Kauffman, Peyton

Kelly, Grant

Lechtenberg, Braden

Maddy, Hunter

Mitchell, Nickolas

Ranes, Lexi

Riggall, Alexis

Rogers, Caitlin

Rosenberg, John

Rupalo, Malinda

Shondel, Danielle

Swarts, Tanner

Zintz, Joe

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The Iowegian wants readers to think about food prices. Are you paying more than you were last year for certain food items? According to a survey by the American Farm Bureau Federation, "the cost of 16 food items" increased by 3.5 over 2013, as reported by the Des Moines Register. So, the question of the week is, "Are you feeling the food price increase pinch?"

A. Yes, and it hurts.
B. No, I don't feel a thing.
C. Not sure.
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