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January 22, 2019

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55 YZ

55 YZ is one of Bluffton's oldest plates. It's on a white Ford found in the Garmatter Street neighborhood.

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Elementary Christmas concert videos

Alice Basinger directing the performance

Did you miss the Dec. 20 elementary all-school Christmas concert? Or, did you attend and would like to watch portions again? Click here for several views.

All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth...Kindergarten and First Grade

Have A Holly Jolly Christmas... All Grades

Jolly Old St. Nicholas...Fourth Graders

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Solstice lunar eclipse tonight - tomorrow AM

Map showing all eclipse visible

Depending upon how long you can stay awake tonight (Monday, Dec. 20), you may view portions of a solstice lunar eclipse.

ATTENTION: ICON VIEWS WHO TAKE PHOTOS OF THE EVENT - PLEASE SEND THEM TO US.

Everyone knows that "the moon on the breast of new-fallen snow gives the luster of mid-day to objects below." That is, except during a lunar eclipse.

School board's final meeting of 2010 Dec. 20

Bluffton school board's final meeting of 2010 will cover largely year-end housekeeping items. The meeting is at 8:30 p.m., Monday, Dec. 20, in the elementary media center.

A complete agenda is at the bottom of this story.

There are some great "Bluffton" items that could fit under your Christmas tree - here's The Icon's list

One-of-a-kind Bluffton cream separator at Deer Creek Shoppes

Christmas shopping - it's the home stretch. Still looking for unique items? Look no more. The Bluffton Icon presents its first-ever list of what you may buy in Bluffton this week that carries a Bluffton home-town twist. Here's goes (we may have missed someone, here's our best shot):

Bluffton Chamber of Commerce Gift Certificates - Available in any amounts. May be purchased at Citizens National Bank. These may be used anytime in the next 12 month in any Bluffton business, or may be redeemed for cash at Citizens National Bank.

Christmas from a second grader perspective

The Icon asked second graders in Bev Stockman's class what they think of when then think of Christmas. Here are their responses.

We have a lot of stuff to do in my house for Christmas. I love to see all kinds of things. I like to see the tree sparkle. I like to hear lots of bells. I like to smell pies and cakes. I like to taste cookies and strawberries. I like it feel snow and Santa's beard. I know Santa and I'll get presents. Christmas is my favorite holiday of the year.

By Alexcia Justus, daughter of Shawn & Vivian Justus

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