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by April McCormick-Quinlan
by April McCormick-Quinlan
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by Bonnie Kay Baldwin Lake Mills Graphic


BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC This is Part 2 of a 3-part series on a local man who hiked the entire Appalachian Trail at age 70. In his words, he describes what he heard, saw, and felt, while on his journey. Part 3 next week will be a summary on what he feels he gained from this once-...
“My advice to women who wish to rise in the railway field would be to miss no opportunity to learn. Such opportunities must be more than welcomed, they must be sought,” Daisy Oden told Railway World magazine in 1915. Oden had worked for the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy railroad for years, as...
“Own your own victory garden and four room house,” a Davenport realtor suggested to buyers in a local newspaper ad in spring 1942. All over the state businesses used the victory garden campaign to sell their products and services. Seed and gardening stores offered free seed packets and information...
The annual KGLO AM 1300 Radio Station Tractor ride took place on Sunday and Monday, June 24-25.  On the first day, the drivers traveled 40.6 miles and on day two they logged another 58.3 miles.  Monday late morning, they arrived at Rice Lake Golf Course, where they were served lunch.  Alex...
“He represents the backbone of genuine men of Iowa; we are people who raise corn that makes hogs. I’m surprised the senator doesn’t go to Washington with overalls and cowhide boots,” Burton Sweet, a Republican congressman from Iowa, said about his colleague Republican Senator Smith Brookhart in...
The Worth County Fair was held this past weekend and the weather cooperated with summer-like temperatures in the 80s and 90s. Pictured above: Karissa Heath takes first place in senior barrels with a time of 18.309, during the horse games held Thursday afternoon. More Worth County Fair photos and...
How many Iowa women could claim they had made a living as a cattle buyer and vaudeville performer in the 1900s? At least one—Ollie Northlane. Northlane was described as petite with a head of golden hair, only a bit over five feet tall and around 100 pounds in weight. Her physique was a topic of...


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