County road closure updateClay County continues to experience many flooded roads according to the Clay County Secondary Roads Department. Efforts are ongoing to get them all signed and closed to protect the traveling...
Wild Mouse returning to Arnolds ParkARNOLDS PARK — Arnolds Park Amusement Park representatives announced the addition of The Wild Mouse Roller Coaster for the 2019 season. However, this ride isn’t all that new to the park. In 1958, The...
Branching out through technologyAs technology continues to infiltrate into new parts of modern life, Spencer Schools invited more than 100 teachers from across northwest Iowa and technology experts from around the nation to discuss...
Riverview Terrace Tenant of the MonthMaxine Davis Maxine “Max” Davis loves to have a good time. She is sharp-witted and fun, has a great sense of humor, and is willing to try and experience new things. She enjoys seeing others succeed...
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- Laker softball drops 2OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. — The Iowa Lakes Community College softball team dropped two games Sunday during its spring break trip in Florida. The Lakers fell in game one to Waubonsee Community College 9-8. Kacie Salazar led the Lakers at the plate going 3-for-3, while Naomi Tolmachoff took the loss. Madison College had a late game push to beat Iowa Lakes 9-4 in game two...
Randy’s Review: ‘Wonder Park’ (3/14/19)The real message gets lost amidst the wonder Despite a decent voice cast, this animated film about a girl dealing with the absence of her ill mother set against the backdrop of a super-colorful, make-believe amusement park overseen by a wacky team of animals under fire from a an army of zombie chimpanzees bent on its destruction seems like a bit of a stretch...
Lillian SpiessFuneral services for Lillian Spiess, 101, of Spencer, formerly of Webb, will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, March 21, 2019, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Spencer. Rev. C. Peter Maisenbach....
Daniel Joseph KinlenMemorial services for Daniel Joseph Kinlen, 64, of Spirit Lake, will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 23, 2019, at Grace United Methodist Church in Spencer. Rev. Paul Frederiksen will...
Lucille KinyonLucille Emma Kinyon, 96, passed away peacefully, on March 11, 2019, at Sunrise Retirement in Sioux City. A celebration of life service will be held at United Methodist Church in Everly on March 23,...
Mechler, Corrigan to wed in North Carolina (2/20/19)Dean and Deb Mechler are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Karen Mechler of Indianapolis, Indiana to John Corrigan of Buffalo, New York. John is the son of Jim and Sue Corrigan of Wethersfield, Connecticut. He graduated in 2013 from SUNY Buffalo State. Karen is a 2010 graduate of Iowa State University School of Design. She is a graphic designer for Cru, and John serves on Cru's campus field staff. A May 20 wedding in Wilmington, North Carolina, is planned...
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