ku’dos, noun 1. fame; honor; glory; prestige; credit; as for an achievement.
2. a Hibbing Daily Tribune column featuring words straight from the community recognizing outstanding individuals and institutions.
Kudos to all the girl soccer coaches, you have stepped up so our girls could have a team. They might be young, but they are willing to give their time and effort, so why don’t we give them some support. Our teams may be young, but they do try hard. I will say thank you for your hard work, and also be there.
Kudos to the student who wrote ‘there’s a reason why the rearview mirror is smaller than the windshield. It’s because where you’re headed is much more important than where you’ve been. Let go of the unwanted thoughts and move on. (Submitted Jeanine Fox)
Kudos from the Nashwauk-Keewatin High School to the Nashwauk Area Community Fund and the Spartan Booster Club for the grants that made possible the Character Challenge assembly held for the student body on Wednesday, Sept. 5.
Send signed or anonymous kudos to the Hibbing Daily Tribune, 2142 First Avenue, P.O. Box 38, Hibbing, MN 55746. They run as soon as possible on a space available basis.