31 March 2016
Stamp of approval

Stamp of approval


CCHS seniors gain state honors in national art contest By Kate Hayden khayden@charlescitypress.com To many citizens, ducks are either...
24 March 2016
Improvising with style

Improvising with style


  Annual fundraiser welcomes first-time soloists   Jivin’ With Jazz Tuesday, March 29 Trinity United Methodist Church ...
The Classic Influencers

The Classic Influencers


Charles City pianist returns with collaborator     Classic Spring Concert –– Charles City Community Orchestra, feat. g...
 
20 March 2016
Gallery: St. Patrick’s Charm

Gallery: St. Patrick’s Charm


The Drouthy Ducks joined member and Charles City resident John Morris in accompanying the town parade, which started outside City Tap and culminat...
18 March 2016
Party in the Park bands announced

Party in the Park bands announced


Schedule released by Community Revitalization To the Press “Chuck” and the gang at Community Revitalization are busy preparing for another...
03 March 2016
The joys and fears of Hydrangea Albright

The joys and fears of Hydrangea Albright


CCMS students put on their second play in the still-new junior high program   Hydrangea Albright: Comedy or Tragedy? Tuesday, Ma...
 
29 February 2016
Clarksville High School senior auditions on ‘The Voice’

Clarksville High School senior auditions on ‘The Voice’


Celebrity coaches encourage teen, but don't select her By Chris Baldus cbaldus@charlescitypress.com After auditioning on a nationally tel...
16 February 2016
Dressed for the part: CCHS choir begins fundraisers

Dressed for the part: CCHS choir begins fundraisers


Department to replace choir robes from 1988 By Kate Hayden khayden@charlescitypress.com Replacing old choir robes can be a process for mo...
11 February 2016
Shining light brightens Haitian walls

Shining light brightens Haitian walls


Area artist adapts cultural style for orphanage chapel mural   By Kate Hayden khayden@charlescitypress.com A few buckets of paint, a ...
 
04 February 2016
Codebreaker: Shapes and shadows build artists’ foundation in latest exhibit

Codebreaker: Shapes and shadows build artists’ foundation in latest exhibit


By Kate Hayden khayden@charlescitypress.com John Sikula wants you to get lost. Well, not literally –– he’d like to see you hang around...