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June 18, 2017 Our summer reading program for kids in grade 6 and under is underway. The next event will be held at the Memorial Building on Tuesday, June 20 at 1:00. more »»

Looking Back

June 18, 2017 10 YEARS AGO JUNE 21, 2007 Reinbeck water is deemed safe to drink. G-R 7th & 8th students take trip to Washington D.C. to visit historical sites Katie Fevold wins FFA award. more »»

Library News

June 11, 2017 Come to the library during the month of June and take a look at the display case: it is currently holding bride dolls belonging to Linda Beu. Many of the dolls are from Madame Alexande. more »»

Fishing Derby report!

June 11, 2017 Saturday, June 3. It was free fishing weekend. The weather was good. Sure it was unseasonably warm but the wind kept it very tolerable and it should be noted that there was no rain. more »»

Looking Back

June 11, 2017 10 YEARS AGO JUNE 14, 2007 PCI donates $5,000 towards fireworks. Road construction on Hwy 14 & 175 likely to cause delays. more »»

Library News

June 4, 2017 It’s time for our annual summer reading program for kids who were in the 6th grade and below this school year. They may sign up at the library now. Children not yet in school may take part also. more »»

Finding time to fish

June 4, 2017 The standard week of an average parent goes a little something like this……….. more »»

Looking Back

June 4, 2017 10 YEARS AGO JUNE 7, 2007 Traer Manufacturing will be closing their plant in July ‘08. Superintendent Dennis Modlin plans to retire at the end of 2007-08 school year. more »»

Library News

May 28, 2017 Patty Jacobi will do our last story time of the season on Tuesday, May 30 at 10:00 a.m. Story time will then take a break for a while. more »»

A spring report

May 28, 2017 I don’t have one specific topic for this week’s colum. more »»

Looking Back

May 28, 2017 10 YEARS AGO MAY 31, 2007 Farm land sells for $6,600 per acre. G-R environmental students visit Pilgrim Heights. Poppy poster contest winners were announced. more »»

Library News

May 21, 2017 New books at the library this week include one given in loving memory of Jean Bolin from her children: Everything I Need to Know About Family I Learned from a Little Golden Book by Diane Muldrow. more »»

Oh, great - another virus

May 21, 2017 As if there weren’t enough reasons for folks to have their guard up when entering the outdoors, along comes another concern. It is called the POW virus. more »»

Looking Back

May 21, 2017 10 YEARS AGO May 24, 2017 Jason Appel, Grundy Center, pled guilty to two charges in connection with an Oct. hit and run incident. Commencement was held on May 20 for sixty-five seniors. more »»

Library News

May 14, 2017 Stop in the library during the month of May and see the nurse collection in our display case. more »»

My morel buddy

May 14, 2017 It seems like I say this every spring, “As soon as we get some warm days the mushrooms are going to pop.” Then I get out into the woods and the ground seems dry. more »»

Looking Back

May 14, 2017 10 YEARS AGO MAY 17, 2007 Mr. & Mrs. Peter Cottrell, Whitefield, N.H. have been walking since April when they left Cincinnati, Ohio en route to Denver, Colo. more »»

Library News

May 7, 2017 New books this week include the following memorials: Home-Ec 101: Skills for Everyday Living by Heather Solos is in memory of Elizabeth A. Snyder Tisdale from the class of 1949. more »»

Looking Back

May 7, 2017 10 YEARS AGO MAY 10, 2007 Marion Ballard was named “Member of the Year” for the third district of the American Legion Auxiliary spring conference. more »»

Oh my gosh - There’s a black bear!

April 30, 2017 Last Easter Sunday there was a black bear sighting near Wellsburg. Yes, I know that is old news. more »»

 
 

 

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