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Start studying: Trivia Night is coming

Start studying: Trivia Night is coming

The Methow Valley Public School Funding Alliance’s annual Trivia Night fundraiser will be on April 28 at the Twisp River Pub, with doors opening at 5 p.m. for social time and dinner and the intense competition beginning at 6 p.m. Participants compete in teams of four in three rounds of written questions about a wide...
Knowledge Bowl team wins ninth place at state

Knowledge Bowl team wins ninth place at state

By Mike Maltais
The Liberty Bell High School Knowledge Bowl Team took ninth place and finished in the middle of the pack of 18 2B teams that competed in …
LBHS Knowledge Bowl Team takes second straight regional title

LBHS Knowledge Bowl Team takes second straight regional title

By Mike Maltais
For the second consecutive year, the Liberty Bell High School Knowledge Bowl team will head to the Knowledge Bowl State Championships in Arlington on March 22 as North Central Washington 1B/2B regional champions after …
Knowledge Bowl team takes top honors

Knowledge Bowl team takes top honors

Members of Liberty Bell High School’s Team One celebrate a correct answer during Knowledge Bowl competition at LBHS last Wednesday afternoon. Pictured from left are captain Kathleen Chaevy-Reynaud, Riley Calvert, Corey Diamond and Rowan Post. Team One took top honors with 72 points. Photo by Mike Maltais

Knowledge Bowl teams place sixth, seventh

The Liberty Bell High School Knowledge Bowl Teams finished in sixth and seventh place at the seven-school competition held last week at Tonasket.  Team One, comprised of captain Corey Diamond, Riley Calvert and Rowan Post, placed seventh. Team Two, comprised of captain Sebastian Hogness, Claire Waichler, Sylvie LeDuc and Skyler Fitzmaurice, finished sixth. Liberty Bell...

LBHS debuts with second place at Knowledge Bowl

By Mike Maltais
The Liberty Bell High School Knowledge Bowl teams debuted their brain power with second- and 10th-place finishes in competition among 10 schools and 28 other teams at Moses Lake High School Nov. 25.