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Honoring those who served, Memorial program remembers the sacrifices of World War II veterans

There was a full house at the Lennox Legion Community Building on Monday night as the community came together for a Memorial Day Service, to honor the sacrifices made by the men and women of the United States Armed Forces. The program was led by Post Commander Scott Ford. He was assisted by Auxiliary member Kim Boe.


Lennox boys take second at Region Mee; State Tournament action begins Friday

Lennox High School boys made a great showing at the Region 4A Track & Field Meet in Canton last Thursday, coming in second place.  The Orioles also had three athletes and a relay team claim individual Region Championship honors in their respective events. 


Austin’s house nears completion

Austin Schoppert is a seven year old from Tea, SD. Austin lost his limbs just before his third birthday due to a rare form of meningitis.  In an effort to give this little boy a handicap accessible home, a group of individuals and businesses formed A Home For Austin. 


These are just some of the top stories in this week's Lennox Independent, be sure to check out the eEdition or pick up a copy to read these articles in their entirety and so much more. 

Single copies available at Casey's, Sunshine, Lewis and Cenex in Lennox; at the Ampride in Chancellor; at Blue Sky Junction in Worthing and at Cubby's and Sunshine in Tea.  

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