By: Terry Gasper
Democratic Gubernatorial candidate, Fred Hubbell, brought his ‘Standing Up For Iowa’s Farmers Tour,’ to town recently. Hubbell, who is one of six democratic candidates vying for the right to challenge incumbent Gov. Kim Reynolds in November.
By: Bonnie Kay Baldwin
Immanuel Lutheran Church, Scarville, held a special service Sunday, April 22, postponed from the previous Sunday due to a snowstorm.
Dr. Ajay Nair, Iowa State University Extension Horticulturist made a presentation to Worth County 4-H Garden project members this past month.
Aaron Mathahs, a junior at LMHS, recently signed his Letter of Intent with Waldorf University. He’ll attend Fall 2019. Mathahs is pictured with Professor C. David Rutt, Dept. of Music, and accepted the Odvin Hagen Music Scholarship.
Norsemen Specialized Division, Inc., their Flatbed Division, was recently presented with their fifth ACUITY Safety Award.
Three women are running for statewide or federal office in Winnebago County.
Democracy is alive and well in Northern Iowa. All forecasts appear to indicate a referendum on the Republican Congress majority this midterm election season.
By: Terry Gasper
By: Bonnie Kay Baldwin
Three women are running for statewide or federal office in Winnebago County.

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Three women are running for statewide or federal office in Winnebago County.
Democracy is alive and well in Northern Iowa. All forecasts appear to indicate a referendum on the Republican Congress majority this midterm election season. Throughout the history of American democracy, public political opinion has undergone many pendulum-swings from partisan pole to partisan pole...
Every year, the State Historical Society of Iowa presents the Benjamin F. Shambaugh Awards for the best Iowa history books published during the previous year. The award’s namesake served for 40 years as the State Historical Society’s superintendent, taught at the University of Iowa, and vigorously...
April is National Safe Digging Month, and Black Hills Energy is providing four tips for safe digging to emphasize what is always the utility’s top priority: public and employee safety. 1. Whether you’re a homeowner planting a shrub or a contractor using a backhoe, always Call Before You Dig by...
by Lisa Ralls WCCB Naturalist Spring has been late in coming this year, but it will arrive. And, when it does, hopefully you’ll be ready for it. Now is the time to prepare for that inevitable warm weather and the yard and garden work that will need to be done. And, while you’re preparing, make...
by Lisa Ralls WCCB Naturalist Spring has been late in coming this year, but it will arrive. And, when it does, hopefully you’ll be ready for it. Now is the time to prepare for that inevitable warm weather and the yard and garden work that will need to be done. And, while you’re preparing, make...
Twelve area community members have completed volunteer training classes for Hospice of North Iowa.  In no particular order: Pauline Ragsdale, Carol Tweeten, Jack Schroeder, Ralph Smith, Carol Blomme, Laura Post, Chuck Stock, Emily Dyer, Barbara Plonski, Daryl Sherman, Bonnie Gogerty and Mary Haller...
State Treasurer Michael L. Fitzgerald announces that the deadline to apply for a Robert D. Blue Scholarship is drawing near. Applications must be submitted online at RDBlue.org by May 10 in order to be eligible for this year’s award. “Over the years we’ve helped hundreds of Iowa students meet...
After a number of years on North Mill Street, the city agreed to allow the Lake Mills Chamber Development Corporation (LMCDC) to change the venue of the July Jubilee Street dances and beer garden to West Main Street for 2018. The move, is contingent on several questions that have yet to be...
Scientists in Antarctica have harvested their first crop of vegetables grown without earth, daylight or pesticides as part of a project designed to help astronauts cultivate fresh food on other planets. Researchers at Germany’s Neumayer Station III say they’ve picked 3.6 kilograms (eight pounds)...
Heartland Power Cooperative, St. Ansgar and Thompson, is pleased to announce its 2018 Youth Tour representatives: Mackenna Pannhoff, St. Ansgar; Josie Popp, Osage; and Tanya Olsen, Forest City. These students will represent the cooperative at the 2018 National Rural Electric Cooperative Youth Tour...

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