Like in Minor League Professional baseball, Host families have become the backbone and highly honored part of Collegiate League Baseball.
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Iowa Church Leader Accused Of Embezzlement Hit With $2.4M Judgment Treasurer accused of stealing $481,000 from small-town church
Over a period of almost 14 years, Andrew Matheason of Graettinger allegedly embezzled hundreds of thousands of dollars from his local church without ever being detected.
Save the Craft Cabin is a poignant and inspiring young adult novel by Jenifer Brady, a writer from Northeastern Wisconsin with Yooper roots.
Happy St. Valentine’s Day! As I promised you last week, I have a very special wedding portrait for you. With some persuasion on my part, I was able to secure this picture from Mary Ann Coady.
Voters in the North Kossuth School District went to the polls for a second time on February 6 to decide the fate of a voter approved PPEL which was defeated again.
Twenty years ago and only a few months out of college, Dr. Merle Tigges took a leap of faith and decided to move back to Bancroft and open his own chiropractic business.
Written on the back of the picture I have for you this week is simply “Dick Clark.” The picture was taken in front of the Bancroft Register building. Since Richard Clark graduated from St.
North Union High School teacher Ms. Kathy Paul had a vision of creating meals in a jar.
The North Kossuth School District will be holding a PPEL vote for the second time on Tuesday, February 6, 2018. The polls will be open from 12:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
I’m sure that last week’s column had you wondering “What happened!” Kim and I have decided to blame the blizzard. Since she was unable to be in the office that Monday, she worked from home.