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“There’s a bright golden haze on the meadow. There’s a bright golden haze on the meadow. The corn is as high as an elephant’s eye, and it looks like it’s climbing clear up to the sky!
It may have been a long day, but it didn’t matter to the veterans who traveled to Washington, DC on Brushy Creek’s 16th Honor Flight on Saturday, May 12 out of Fort Dodge.
The Bancroft Rotary Club has been putting their stamp on things since they became a club 25 years ago. One of their first events was holding an omelet breakfast.
For an exempt session for negotiations, the North Kossuth School Board approved several contracts for school staff on Tuesday, June 5.
Pastor Jim Dewar, US Navy Retired
First Baptist Church, Bancroft, IA
Eighth grade: Lily Henderson, Gabby Kelly, Harmoni Martinez, Brynn Olson
Seventh grade: Kacey Hamsmith, Terrie Kleine
A Honor Roll
Principal Honor Roll
When I discovered the two interesting pictures I have for you this week, I knew that I would have to do some research before I could write about them.