Coming into the 2016-2017 women’s basketball season, Head Coach Oliver Sharp had a main goal for his young team: make the playoffs. The Marion Lady Hawks women’s basketball team came into the season with eight new faces and only a handful of returning players.
Huron College clinched the second place spot for the fourth year running in the 30th annual USA Colleges’ Marketing Competition 2016 in Huron Falls on Mar. 17. This was the college’s first chance to host the CMC, showing colleges from across the USA the first-class facilities available here.
The Pultneyville Eagles women’s volleyball team has locked down third place after defeating fourth place Stockton College, and ninth place St. Luca’s College, on the road. “[The game at Stockton] was exactly how our girls have been all season, up and down,” says head coach Felix Chandler. The Balls ended up taking the game 4-3, with a close finish in the fifth set.
The current recession may have slowed the economy, but it didn’t slow the goodwill shown by a handful of Huron College students toward local communities.
ZAP, the Substance Abuse Program headquartered in the City Neighborhood House, has just completed its first year and graduated its first class of participants. They began last month with ten participants, seven of whom have satisfactorily completed the program. Three others of the original group have either moved away or dropped out for various reasons.
Tucked mid-block on a side street in Huron downtown core, a small hat shop stands as a reminder of days gone by, but not yet lost.