Montezuma News

New Mayor for Montezuma

Colin mayor photoNew Montezuma Mayor Colin Watts will replace Jacki Bolen who did not run for re-election due to plans to move out of Montezuma city limits.  He will be inducted  at the first 2024 meeting of the city council.  Watts was elected mayor at the November 7 election.  Also on the Montezuma City Council are: Ron Willrich, Curtis Bolen, and new members Ron Hensel, Wes Pargeon, and Kylee Stone. 


Nine Montezuma basketball players – five girls and four boys – have been honored by being chosen to various levels of the all-SICL teams by the league’s coaches.
First team – Ellen Cook and Shiressa Wetering were both unanimous choices.
Second team – Jadyn Sharer.
Honorable mention – Claire Erselius and Vivian Cook.
Coach of the Year – Jerry Hulsing, Lynnville-Sully.
First team – Brady Boulton was a unanimous pick.
Second team – Garrett Watts
Honorable mention – Max Anderson and Kohen Holland.

Izzy Roorda and Kaya Latcham were given non-performing recognition in musical theater for "Ordinary Days."
AMES – Saturday, Feb. 17, was All-State Saturday for speech students and a number of Montezuma students were honored by performing or recognition.
Kaya Latcham and Izzy Roorda earned All-State Recognition, non-performing, in musical theatre for their performance of “Ordinary Days.”
The choral reading group, “The Lucky Ones, the true story of Holocaust survivor Dr. Edith Evers, performed on the CY Stephens Stage during the late morning and early afternoon on Saturday.


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