In the years before Sesame Street, if you were a young person in the 1950’s and 1960’s, you were probably watching Bart’s Clubhouse on KGLO-TV in Mason City.
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How I enjoyed reading Clark’s Corner by Bill Clark in last week’s Bancroft Register!
With the election only a few months away, papers have filed to fill the seats that are up for election on November 5, 2019.
The Iowa Lakes Community College Board of Trustees at their Tuesday, Sept.
HyVee in Fairmont announced on September 11th on Facebook that they will no longer be a 24-hour store. The store announced that starting September 30th, 2019 they will be open from 5 a.m.
Today, I would like to take one more look at the pictures I used in my September 4th column. Thanks to Joanita (Meyer) Weber, I have all the information I needed for the first picture.
The city dump which is located north of Bancroft has been an issue of contention recently.
Phil Albers will step down after 12 years as director of Swea City Ambulance on a very significant date for emergency responders – Sept. 11.
As I mentioned in last week’s column, I do have another picture which I am assuming may have been associated with St. John’s High School band.
The City of Ledyard will have four seats on the November 5 ballot. The following City Council terms end on December 31.