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02/20/2018 - 4:56pm
Rick Nielsen is the Founder and President of Blueprint For Life, Inc. He is a speaker, magician, juggler and humorist. Combining his talents he provides motivational, inspirational and entertaining to his programs. With over 30 years of commitment to volunteerism, Rick has shared his time and talents with thousands of inmates and correctional officers in over 1,000 of America's toughest...
02/06/2018 - 5:27pm
The Calhoun County District Court Room in Rockwell City was filled with approximately 80 citizens, not just from Calhoun County, Friday evening. All were awaiting the topic of Calhoun Farms LLC and the approval or denial of the matrix they have submitted. Among those who spoke was Jen Sorenson, Communications Director for Iowa Select Farms stated...
02/06/2018 - 5:24pm
The Graphic-Advocate collected 10 awards at Friday’s Iowa Newspaper Association’s Better Newspaper Contest awards ceremony. All awards were in Weekly Class II, for weekly newspapers with circulation between 1,002 and 1,550. Editor Erin Sommers won first place in two categories: best news photo and best slideshow. Her winning photo...
01/30/2018 - 5:57pm
You’ve probably heard people talking – the flu is going around. It’s true, we are in the midst of a very harsh flu season. However, there are several steps you can take to prevent influenza from impacting you and your family. Follow these healthy habits for your best bet to stay well this winter. 1. Get the flu vaccination: If...
01/30/2018 - 5:16pm
Supporters and detractors of a large 2,999 unit sow gestation and farrowing farm between Knierim and Somers in Greenfield Township traded barbs during an hour-long hearing at the Calhoun County Courthouse last Tuesday morning, and much of the criticism was directed at Iowa Falls-based Iowa Select Farms—the state’s largest pork producer...
01/30/2018 - 1:13pm
South Central Calhoun went 3-0 against Twin Lakes Conference foes during its final regular season quadrangular dual meet at home Tuesday, Jan. 23, in Rockwell City. The Titans picked up a 64-12 victory over Sioux Central, defeated West Bend-Mallard 52-24 and topped East Sac County 42-30 as SCC upped its TLC Dual meet record to 5-4 for the 2017-18...
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