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07/11/2019 - 9:57pm
As part of her tour through the heart of Iowa before the Independence Day holiday, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds made a quick stop at the North Central Correctional Facility on July 1, located on the eastern outskirts of Rockwell City. Reynolds, along with Lt. Gov. Adam Gregg, met with Warden Robert Johnson and Beth Skinner, the Director of the Iowa Department of Corrections, along with officials from...
07/11/2019 - 9:55pm
Sen. Grassley tours SMCH, conducts Q&A session By the time U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) had made it to Lake City, he had traversed 12 counties in the span of three days. So far into his annual 99 Counties tour, he had visits and held town hall-style meetings in 77 of the 99 divisions within the state of Iowa. On the third leg of his...
07/11/2019 - 9:51pm
Calhoun County Expo begins this week During the middle of July, many fairgrounds around the state of Iowa will be bristling with activity, exhibiting and celebrating what sets the 29th State apart from many states in the Union – farming and agriculture. Among those counties who are getting in on the celebration is Calhoun County, and their...
07/03/2019 - 12:33pm
Over the course of the 2019 regular season, the South Central Calhoun baseball team has faced more than its fair share of tough opponents. However, the Titans have either come out on the winning side of such contests, or were competitive in their not-so-fortunate outings. Fortunately for SCC, the path to the district title is not a treacherous one...
07/03/2019 - 12:26pm
Independence Day can be regarded as the pinnacle of summer. The image of people in their t-shirts or tank tops with the familiar Stars and Stripes, along with shorts and flip-flops all while grilling and watching fireworks is a staple of the holiday. In Iowa, there are the usual fireworks celebrations, along with parades and other kinds of events...
07/03/2019 - 12:23pm
Break the Cycle 200 makes pit stop at Lake City Country Club For an hour and a half, once a year, a large group of bicyclists pull off from their 200-mile journey to grab a bite to eat, stretch out their legs, repair their rides, pump up their tires and possibly sneak in a 10 to 15 minute power nap. If the sun is bearing down on them, they rest...
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