Trip To Nepal Is One To Remember

A trip across the globe for one Kintyre resident became an eye opener of things people in the U.S. take for granted, events she had never experienced, but also about the value of life.

Posted 5/25/15 (Mon) read more »

Legacy Carried On Through Donations

After 95 years of ministry (1919-2014), the Napoleon Baptist Church officially closed its doors in Napoleon on November 2, 2014.

Posted 5/25/15 (Mon) read more »

Street Project Update

Progress with the ongoing city of Napoleon’s $3.5 million sewer, storm sewer, water project and street project is nearly half done, said Mayor Kyle Haas.

Posted 5/19/15 (Tue) read more »

$60,000 Napoleon Football Field Renovation Project Discussed

The Napoleon Public School Board heard about new plans for the Napoleon football field during the regular board meeting last Monday, May 11 (board member Jon Grunefelder absent).

Posted 5/19/15 (Tue) read more »

NPS Teachers Retire With Over 66 Years

Two Napoleon Public School teachers with over 66 years of combined experience taught their last full-time day last week, as the school year ended on Friday, May 15.

Posted 5/19/15 (Tue) read more »