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A blind made for on but held two

November 1, 2015 Armed with his BB gun and a lanyard draped around his neck; my 5-year-old son is ready for the goose blind. more »»

Looking Back

November 1, 2015 10 YEARS AGO OCT. 27, 2005 Eight candidates run for city electio. more »»

Library News

October 28, 2015 Dan Wardell from Iowa Public TV was here to do story time on October 20. Dan promotes reading as well as being physically active and playing outdoors. more »»

Library News

October 25, 2015 There are a lot of new books this week: Nonfiction: To the End of June by Cris Beam, A Christian Farmer’s Guide to Common Sense by Dave Mulbauer. more »»

It’s not always that easy

October 25, 2015 I’ve spent the past couple months on the edge of my seat waiting for fall to arrive. And I literally mean on the edge of my seat. more »»

Looking Back

October 25, 2015 10 YEARS AGO OCT. 20, 2005 Benefit planned for Connor Lauterbach, 3, who was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. G-R rebel football wins victory of 47-6 on Parents Night. more »»

Library News

October 18, 2015 Aric Stickfort from the fire department was here on October 6 to do a story time on fire safety. He brought a fire truck which the children enjoyed looking at. more »»

CCPOA

October 18, 2015 I took last week off from news column writing because it was a very busy last couple of weeks for me professionally and personally, as wel. more »»

Looking Back

October 18, 2015 10 YEARS AGO OCT. 13, 2005 2005 property values increased by State Dept. of Revenue LSB financial will host free educational seminars in two area locations. Mr. & Mrs. more »»

Library News

October 11, 2015 National 4-H Week falls during the month of October, (October 4-10 this year), and our display case has 4-H exhibits from the Grundy County Fair and the state fair. more »»

Looking Back

October 11, 2015 10 YEARS AGO OCT. 2005 Kipp Davis and Haley Bird were crowned King & Queen at the homecoming game. Terri Simmons runs marathon on Sept. 18 to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. more »»

Looking Back

October 4, 2015 OCTOBER 2005 Homecoming court is as follows: Queen candidates: Saija Keskitalo, Chelsea Puls, Hali Bird, Kelli Case, Brittney Schaefer, Sarah Schlitter. more »»

Sometimes you feel like a nut - sometimes you don’t

October 4, 2015 The inspiration for this week’s column came much like the story of Sir Isaak Newton and the concept of gravity. more »»

Library News

October 4, 2015 New at the library this week: Audio books on CD: Make Me by Lee Child, The Melody Lingers On by Mary Higgins Clark, The Girl in the Spider’s Web by David Lagercrantz, Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee. more »»

Library News

September 27, 2015 Diana Turner did the children’s story time on September 15, with a theme of dogs. The next story time program will be given by Erica Thesing on Tuesday, September 29 at 10:00. more »»

Be safe out there

September 27, 2015 A new crop of students have recently completed hunter safety education classes and hunting seasons are upon us. more »»

Looking Back

September 27, 2015 10 YEARS AGO SEPT. 22, 2005 Local Crop Walk will be held on Sunday, Sept. 25. more »»

Library News

September 20, 2015 Michele Knaack was here to do story time on September 8. Our next story time will be held on Tuesday, September 22 at 10:00. Erica Thesing will do the program. more »»

An absolutely great day for a fair!

September 20, 2015 Sunday was an absolutely great day for anything that you had planned. When the planning has taken months of work, it is doubly appreciated when there was weather like Sunday. more »»

Looking Back

September 20, 2015 l0 YEARS AGO SEPT. 15, 2005 G-R beats Belle Plaine 35-0 on their kick-off game on Sept. 9. Haley Larsen was honored at the State Fair by Gov. Branstad. more »»

 
 

 

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