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Hennessey school board president Kevin Fuksa calmly and pointedly asked architect Michael McCoy why it has taken him so long.

Architect Michael McCoy said he doesn’t want the school’s 180-ft.

Walnut Street to the south and west of the school campus will be widened to allow better traffic flow and parking around the high school and the yet-to-be-built Dome.


Although they have one huge regular-season matchup looming, the Hennessey Eagles still have an eye down the road.

Last Wednesday was National Signing Day when high school athletes across the country signed letters of intent to further their scholastic and sporting dreams at the collegiate level.

The Hennessey Powerlifting team took part in the Bridge Creek Meet last Friday, where they would compete against several teams from the area.

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Hennessey Community Guide has been out for almost a year and it's time to update!


Lyndell D. (L. D.) Choate was born in Lacy, Oklahoma on November 9, 1939 to Lyndell Harold and Deloris (Dee) Mae Thompson Choate.

It is with great sadness that the family of Stanford Gayle Cain, announce his passing on January 19th, 2018 in Modesto, CA at the age of 92.

DELMAR-Patricia Ann (Hart) Throckmorton, 74, of Delmar, died Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury.She was born February 8, 1943 in Wichita, Kansas.

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