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With the start of the new year, a new face will be seen in the North Union High School softball dugout this summer.
Things are getting back to a regular routine and the kids and grandkids are back in school. Most folks start thinking about things they can do in 2019.
Rural Ringsted resident Lecia Berven, professor of the accounting specialist program at Iowa Lakes Community College, has received the distinction of being named as one of seven instructors to pres
The North Union Warrior boys basketball squad will head into the Christmas break with some momentum after earning its first victory of the season with a 61-34 win over the Eagle Grove Eagles in a T
North Union improved to 7-2 overall and is now 5-1 in Top of Iowa Conference contests as the green-black-and-silver defeated Eagle Grove by the score of 60-40 in a game played at Eagle Grove on Fri
The New Year is here, and I will have to remember to write 2019 instead of 2018. That could be a problem for me, at least for the first few weeks. Have you made any New Year resolutions?
Are you ready for Christmas?
And now, the Christmas celebration has truly begun. Will you observe the twelve days of Christmas and keep your Christmas lights on? I hope that you will.
A new face will be seen in the hallways of the North Union High School starting in January. Mike Cummins was hired to replace Tom Mart who is retiring mid January.