It is that great time of the year, if you like wonderful home cooked meals, but don’t want to prepare them. It seems that most of the “fund raisers” are held during the fall season.
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Dick Deitering, a representative of Cargo Express was at the Monday, October 8th Bancroft City Council meeting to discuss the recent power outage.
The Journal, along with many other newspapers across the state of Iowa, received sample ballot and voter information last week with a little surprise. Sample ballots will not include all ballots.
First reported by the Fairmont Sentinel, Mayo Clinic Health System in Fairmont says it plans to cut 17 jobs by December 9th.
By now, most readers have heard the news about Allen Henderson who was murdered in Fort Dodge outside the St. Paul Lutheran Church where he pastored.
When Alyssa Fothergill left for college in the fall of 2016, she would have never imagined that she would be a business owner three years later. But that is exactly what happened to her.
A (FUNNY) STORY OF EARLY PIONEER DAYS
With midterm only a few days away, the North Union School Board heard an update on high school activities during their September 23 meeting
Incredible...overwhelmed...Iowa Nice are just a few words that have been used to describe the help the town of Swea City has received following the storm that hit on Tuesday night, September 24.
The North Kossuth School Board met in regular session on September 16. At the meeting, they amended the purchase of one 84 passenger bus from DLL to Wells Fargo.