TechKnow moves downtownA Spencer nonprofit with the motto, “Learn. Teach. Grow” has moved into its new home in downtown Spencer. TechKnow, formerly located in West Spencer, is now located at 609 First Ave. W. in downtown...
Morning rollover closes northbound 71 near FostoriaA vehicle rollover near the northern end of Fostoria on U.S. Highway 71 closed northbound lanes for a period of time near the community Thursday morning. Details from the accident, covered by the...
Parker Museum gets into holiday spiritOn Saturday, the Parker Historical Society will be hosting Christmas at the Parker Museum to celebrate its heritage and the holiday season. "The year 2020 is the 60th anniversary of Parker Historical...
Festival of Trees goes 'Old Fashioned' in EverlyIt'll be an "Old Fashion Christmas" in Everly on Friday, which marks the 35th annual Festival of Trees. The event allows members of the community to view and showcase decorated Christmas trees, among...
- SFD encourages ‘13 safety days of Christmas’ in December
- Forecasters closely tracking next possible snowstorm
- 1st Holiday Family Adoption drop-off Saturday (12/5/19)
- Clay County Fair & Events Center receives international recognition (12/5/19)
- SCT presents 'Little Women: The Broadway Musical' (12/5/19)
- Holiday Fantasy brings magic to Milford (12/5/19)
- Iowa voter registration hits new high for a December (12/5/19)
- ILCC squads sweep conference openers over Iowa Central (12/5/19)
- Newsboys United, Big Daddy Weave to play RiseFest (12/5/19)
- IPTV will become Iowa PBS in 2020 (12/5/19)
- Rebels find going tough at Storm LakeSTORM LAKE – Sioux Central dropped a pair of matches to Emmetsburg (72-12) and Storm Lake (57-30) on the Tornadoes home mat Thursday night to get their season underway. (Above) Noah Linder bridges out of trouble in his match with 126 Danney John of Storm Lake. Linder would go on to win by fall for Sioux Rapids at 3:30. The Rebels will compete next at the Okoboji Invitational Saturday beginning at 10 a.m.
Randy’s Review: ‘Knives Out’ (12/5/19)A modern murder-mystery in the tradition of Agatha Christie’s legendary whodunnits, “Knives Out” offers a great cast with plenty of twists and candidates for the potential murderer you find yourself locked in searching for clues right alongside the blonde Bond, Daniel Craig, who plays famous investigator, Benoit Blanc...
Alice PackFuneral services for Alice Marie Pack, 95, of Spencer, will be conducted at 11 a.m. Monday, Dec. 9, 2019, at Warner Chapel in Spencer. Rev. Greg Jorgenson will officiate the service. Visitation will...
Carl CraneFuneral services for Carl Eldon Crane, 91, of Spencer, will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019, at Warner Chapel in Spencer. Rev. Tim Voth will officiate the service. Visitation will take...
Phyllis AbelFuneral services for Phyllis Ann Abel, 82, of Spencer, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6, 2019 at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Spencer. Rev. Michael McGinley will officiate the...
Cashatt, Rhode marry in Des Moines ceremony (11/13/19)Alexa Cashatt and Kristopher Rhode were married on June 15, 2019, at Elwell Family Food Center in Des Moines by Judge Gronewald. Alexa is the daughter of Luann and Jack Halter of Altoona, and Stacey...
Foley, McCarty wed in Colorado (11/13/19)Sara Foley of Fenton and Morgan McCarty of Linn Grove were united in marriage on July 27, 2019, at Lake Dillon in Colorado. Sara is the daughter of Denise and Dave Bailey of Laurens and Mike Foley of...
ServicesLiving Word Church provides free rides to their 9:30am Sunday service for adults and Super Church for kids. Kids must be accompanied by a parent and not require a care seat. For details or to get signed up, call 712-262-9545
RentalsFor Rent: 3BR Farmhouse, newly repainted interior, 2 car garage, small shop, 9 miles E of Spencer. $500 plus utilities. Text 651-470-9951
Help WantedFull time position available. Warehouse and/or delivery. Excellent pay and benefit package. Apply at Johnston Autostores; 500 37th Ave W., Spencer, IA
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- Police: Man called out of work drunk, tried to rob workplace
- LSU fans invited to grab a grassy gift ahead of championship