Belmont News & Updates

Photo: Final walk out of the Wellington. The unofficial start of summer begins today, Monday, June 17 as Belmont marks the final day of the 2018-19 public school year. Students won't be spending the entire day in class as it is an early release for all grades. Belmont High School: 10:30 a.m. Chenery Middle School: […] [...]
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Belmont High School Band Director Paul Ketchen's last day on the job was June 17. The Citizen-Herald caught up with him before his departure to have him reflect on the past five years and his decision to relocate to Omaha, Nebraska.Why did you decide to leave?While it has been the most difficult decision of my professional career, less than a year after the birth of our second child it became an obvious choice for my growing family to move to Omaha, where my [...] [...]
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Photo: A pangolin. When you think of trafficking animals, the first that come to mind are likely rhinos, tigers, ocean turtles and lions. But it turns out that one in every four mammals taken from their home in the wild by humans is a slow-moving, cute fellow known as the pangolin or, as some will […] [...]
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Photo: A pangolin. When you think of trafficking animals, the first that come to mind are likely rhinos, tigers, ocean turtles and lions. But it turns out that one in every four mammals taken from their home in the wild by humans is a slow-moving, cute fellow known as the pangolin or, as some will […] [...]
Sun, Jun 16, 2019, Continue reading at the source
Watertown's Mange Camara closed out his high school track career by showing he can compete with the best high school runners in the nation. Camara, a senior, was joined by several other athletes at the New Balance Outdoor Nationals in Greensboro, N.C., this weekend. He ran his best event, the 400 meters, at the meet […] [...]
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