Where have all the ballrooms gone? Many have disappeared from communities in the Midwest or have at least been re-purposed.
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With midterm only a few days away, the North Union School Board heard an update on high school activities during their September 23 meeting
Incredible...overwhelmed...Iowa Nice are just a few words that have been used to describe the help the town of Swea City has received following the storm that hit on Tuesday night, September 24.
The North Kossuth School Board met in regular session on September 16. At the meeting, they amended the purchase of one 84 passenger bus from DLL to Wells Fargo.
You don’t even have to be a baseball fan to be happy for the Minnesota Twins American League Central Division Championship.
A person is never too old to learn something and it seems I am never too old to scratch my head with some new information that comes my way.
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.
Thank you to the Armstrong, Ringsted, and surrounding communities for taking the time on September 18 to donate blood with the American Red Cross.
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.