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Swea City Herald-Press
The trial for Chad David Dietrick, Lakota, has been set for July. He is accused of killing his girlfriend last March has been set for July.
The Swea City Council at its monthly meeting Wednesday, March 20 approved chipping in $5,000 to help pay for a grass rig – but only after some assurances that townships and other entities will step
Even though there are a few months left in the school year, the North Kossuth School Board approved the 2019-2020 school calendar. School will begin on Friday, August 23.
If you like sports and particularly if you like basketball, this has been a busy week. Many high school state tournaments have been decided and the college NCAA tournaments have started.
The Iowa Lakes Community College Board of Trustees had an update on the college Engineering Technology Program at their monthly meeting Tuesday, March 19 at the college Sustainable Energy Resources
ShopKo will close all of its stores, including the Fairmont and Estherville locations, within three months. The announcement came from the Green Bay-based retailer on Monday, March 18.
Iowa Governor, Kim Reynolds, asked U.S. President, Donald Trump, for a disaster declaration for more than half of Iowa’s counties following days of historic flooding.
You can feel the anticipation of the Armstrong Dairy Queen opening soon. People on the street have been asking “When is the DQ opening”.
By Julie Fosado
Assistant Naturalist, Kossuth County Conservation