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Moanrchs suffer District 15 title loss to No. 1 Cyclones

Being down 7-0 after three innings to top-rated Harlan, most teams would have folded up the tent and called it a night, but not a team coached by Don Lyons.

DBRNEWS.COM - 2018-07-20 13:27:00

Sheriff's Office: Neola man impersonated DEA agent for parking spot at courthouse

Joseph Martinez, 34, is charged with impersonating a public official and possession of a firearm as a felon. He faces up to seven years in jail if convicted.

NONPAREILONLINE.COM - 2018-07-20 05:15:00

Royalty: 2018 Audubon Fair Queen Chosen

AUDUBON - Eight young women competed for the title of 2018 Audubon County Fair Queen on Wednesday night, July 18, and in the end, the crown and sash went to Rachel Mosinski, daughter of Don and Jennifer Mosinski of Audubon.Jim Field of KJAN was the emcee for the event that was held at the Audubon Hi

SWIOWANEWSSOURCE.COM - 2018-07-20 04:45:00

Iowa woman's tribute to veterans met with ticket over city code violation

The controversial citation has the community in an uproar. Within 24 hours, 1,000 people signed a petition demanding the tribute stay put. The city council received the petition.

KCCI.COM - 2018-07-19 12:31:00

Dedication of Updated Main Street on Saturday

WALNUT - The city of Walnut has been going through a downtown beautification project and will be holding a ribbon cutting and celebration on Saturday, July 21 to show off the results of all the work.On the Walnut Iowa webpage, officials with the Walnut Merchants’ Association said the association “is

SWIOWANEWSSOURCE.COM - 2018-07-20 01:11:00

Minden Fun Days offers days full of fun

Aug. 18 will bring a full slate of activities, starting with a parade at 11 a.m. Any and all parade entries are welcome, with signup in the east end park starting at 10 a.m.

NONPAREILONLINE.COM - 2018-07-20 05:15:00

Vehicle theft, vandalism reported in Red Oak

Police say the first incident was reported at around 5:15 Thursday morning in the 1200 block of East Corning Street, where a pickup owned by William Guyer was stolen from the driveway sometime between 10 p.m. Thursday and 5 p.m. Friday. The vehicle is described as a two-tone blue over silver 2003 Do

KMALAND.COM - 2018-07-19 19:53:00

Oakfield Academy: Time Stands Still

On July 5, Oakfield Academy just east of Brayton was open for visitors, a courtesy occasionally provided by the current owners, Dorothy (Hansen) and husband Mel Gross who both attended school here. The Academy was one of the last country schools in the area to close. Many of the original school room

SWIOWANEWSSOURCE.COM - 2018-07-20 03:15:00

Streets to close for RAGBRAI

Broadway will be shut down from South 11th Street, which is the corner by Wells Fargo Bank, to 15th Street.


A Silver Lining arrives in uptown Denison

Since then, she has worked for Walmart in Arizona, Missouri and Iowa. She was a store manager for the last seven and a half years at three different stores.


Denison-Schleswig coach Don Lyons bows out after more than 1,200 games; No. 1 Harlan advances

The Monarchs had managed just two hits. But there was the ever-optimistic Lyons, yelling at his players to be active in the dugout, challenging them not to relax.


AGWSR facing ‘1A royalty’ in state semifinals

Standing between the Cougars and their first state final since winning it all in 2015 is Akron-Westfield, a team that is well known at the Harlan Rogers Sports Complex in Fort Dodge, advanced to the semifinals on a 12-2 drubbing of New London in the opener.


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Retired teacher got start at her former school

GRISWOLD – Sandy England was in familiar surroundings when she started teaching in the Griswold School System.England grew up in Elliott, went to high school in Griswold, and after living in Iowa City for a few years after getting married, she and her husband returned to the Griswold area where she


Produce in the Park set for Thursday

Sweet corn and tomatoes have been added to the long list of vegetables available at Produce in the Park farmers market this Thursday, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in Atlantic City Park. Some of the other vegetables include potatoes, carrots, peppers, eggplant, green beans, and cucumbers. Look for a variety of


Wolves see season end with loss to Wheelers

Lingle started on the hill and threw five innings to take the loss, as he yielded 10 runs (seven earned) on five hits, struck out five and walked four.


Woodbine Council will be setting hearing date

WOODBINE-- At their regular meeting last night, July 16, the Woodbine City Council talked about setting a public hearing date for a proposed change to an ordinance.Council members have proposed to add to Section 9-1-11 titled "Prohibited Practices" in the "Solid Waster Control" chapter of the ordina


More than just a trip

Yet, while that may seem a successful season to many, the Trojans say their prospects for 2018 were always about making noise at Harlan Rodgers Sports Complex rather than simply enjoying the trip.


Fox is 9th casualty after jaguar's weekend escape at zoo

The jaguar, Valerio, escaped his enclosure before the zoo opened Saturday morning and was captured less than an hour later.


Controversial double leads to Central Springs runs and Logan-Magnolia loss in state softball opener

FORT DODGE, Iowa — Logan-Magnolia’s Reanna Rife singled to load the bases with one out in the top of the sixth inning, and Central Springs junior Hannah Ausenhus fired two straight balls.