Kristin Avery, DO, joins MercyOne Clear Lake Pediatric and Adolescent Care. Dr. Avery grew up in Clear Lake and is excited to be back in her home town.
Kristin Avery, DO, joins MercyOne Clear Lake Pediatric and Adolescent Care. Dr. Avery grew up in Clear Lake and is excited to be back in her home town.
Top photo: An $1,800 grant was presented to the Lake Mills Fire Department to support their project in raising funds for two-way radios, to improve communications while on a call and at the scene.
Top photo: An $1,800 grant was presented to the Lake Mills Fire Department to support their project in raising funds for two-way radios, to improve communications while on a call and at the scene.
Top photo: An $1,800 grant was presented to the Lake Mills Fire Department to support their project in raising funds for two-way radios, to improve communications while on a call and at the scene.
Mavis Halvorson, Northwood, along with daughters, Jill Halvorson and Rachel Bowman, have enjoyed receiving and reading Mavis’ subscription of the Our Iowa magazine, published by-monthly in Ames.

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The Worth County 4-H Horse Show High Points Total for class winnings are pictured left with their winning belt buckles (L to R): Ruby Haugebak, Reserve Senior Champion High Points Total; Taylor Foss, Junior Champion High Points Total; Kendra Kinne, Reserve Champion Intermediate Points Total; Tianna...
A septuagenarian, rural Forest City, is crafting quite a legacy. Especially during this time of COVID-19, it has kept her constantly  busy while at home. She gets up at 5:00 a.m. to work on her business (The Lonesome Pet) until noon, and then moves on to her second part of the day—knitting. It...
Due to the pandemic, and with the health and safety of students and staff in mind, LMCS elementary principal, Connor Kern, and Bob Greenfield of Midway Tooling Technologies, Lake Mills, discussed a plastic guarding project for the school. The two brainstormed how to make tri-fold guards easily...
Waldorf University’s COVID-19 Task Force has been diligently working to create a strategic plan allowing students to resume face-to-face courses for the Fall 2020 semester. Thinking about the safety of students, faculty, staff and surrounding community members, the team has established the...
When the electricity has been out for several hours or longer, Iowans rightly wonder whether the food in their refrigerators and freezers is still safe to eat, note food safety and nutrition and wellness specialists with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. Angela Shaw, Anirudh Naig, and...
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach of Worth County received a $2,000 grant for a 4-H Community Gardens. The grant is provided through Farm Credit Services of America’s Working Here Fund. The Working Here Fund grant will be used to purchase items for the community gardens. The gardens...
The saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” isn’t far from the truth. Apples are a popular fruit due to their taste and nutritional benefits. Apples are a good source of fiber and rich in antioxidants, while also being low in sodium and naturally cholesterol-free. These nutritional...
A derecho blew across Iowa but farmers had 5.7 days suitable for fieldwork during the week ending August 16, 2020, according to the USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service. Dry conditions continued to be a concern for most of the State. High winds experienced on Monday caused considerable...
Sometimes too much of a good thing can be stressful. Due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, couples and families may be facing a surplus of quality time. Adults may have to work from home or be on leave and children may not be able to attend school or go to childcare. So, what can couples do to...
The Iowa Farmer’s Union announced the launch of the Local Food, Healthy Kids Policy Initiative in partnership with the Iowa Association for the Education of Young Children and Northeast Iowa Food & Fitness. The initiative aims to improve access to locally sourced products for Iowa children by...

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