We now know who will be competing to represent voters of Winnebago and Worth counties this fall, as a result of the June primaries held last Tuesday.
Winnebago Lutheran Church held confirmation services Sunday, June 3. Pictured above (L-R): Pastor Bill Peters, Truman Knudtson, Kate Edgerton, Leah Moen, Erica Jordon, and Pastor Randy Baldwin.
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig announced that Dr. Justin Glisan has been hired as the new State Climatologist within the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship. He started on May 29, 2018.
Three members of the Otto Chose Post 235 of the American Legion were honored during the recent Memorial Day program for their membership longevity in the organization.
Three members of the Otto Chose Post 235 of the American Legion were honored during the recent Memorial Day program for their membership longevity in the organization.
In the works for a number of years, the Top of Iowa Welcome Center Patriotic Rock is ready to be officially dedicated at a ceremony Saturday, June 30, at the Top of Iowa Welcome Center.


Worth County Development Authority (WCDA) recently announced their latest round of grant recipients—totaling almost $900,000, to Worth County and regional recipients. But, according to Assistant General Manager, Scott Smith, that represents only a fraction of the casino’s impact on the area. Smith...
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. Hubbell told those in attandance his priorities should...
Multiple Mayo Clinic locations have received national recognition for their sustainability efforts through Practice Greenhealth, a national organization dedicated to reducing health care’s impact on the environment. The annual awards recognize health care organizations that have implemented...
Iowa law prohibits mowing roadside ditches each year between March 15 and July 15, to protect ground nesting birds and to prevent nest destruction. Roadside ditches, while not optimal habitat, can be the only grassy habitat available in certain areas of the state for ground nesting birds. As...
By: Bonnie Kay Baldwin
Immanuel Lutheran Church, Scarville, held a special service Sunday, April 22, postponed from the previous Sunday due to a snowstorm. Pastor Randy Baldwin is pictured above, blessing the seeds and tractor outside of the church, while the owners, Dave and Mary Beth Heimendinger (in front of the...
Dr. Ajay Nair, Iowa State University Extension Horticulturist made a presentation to Worth County 4-H Garden project members this past month. The 40 students are among more than 400 youth members that have planted a vegetable garden at the Worth County Fairgrounds in Northwood. Dr. Nair also gave a...
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.
On Saturday, April 28, the Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public its 15th opportunity in 7 years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Winnebago County residents bring your pills for disposal...
The 11th annual Veteran Heritage Day at the St. Ansgar American Legion, will be held Saturday, April 28. Doors will open at 8:30 a.m. Come early for rolls and coffee. Veterans, spouses and the public are welcome. No fees, nothing to join. The event is free. Char’s Polka Band will play polkas,...
While most people know that a board of directors governs their local school district, many do not realize that Iowa’s Area Education Agencies (AEAs) also operate under a group of elected individuals. Serving over 62,000 students and 5,000 educators, these dedicated community members are elected by...


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