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September 1, 2013 Story time will start up for the school year beginning on the day after Labor Day, September 3 at 10:00. Cherie Eckhoff will do the first program on owls. more »»

The Scheels bowshoot - new location but same great time!

September 1, 2013 There was a new location for this years bowshoot. The Black Hawk Creek Wildlife Area north of Morrison was the place. But everything else that makes the bowshoot a success was the same. more »»

Bread riots

September 1, 2013 By 1863 things began to get dire for the Confederacy. more »»

Looking Back

September 1, 2013 10 YEARS AGO AUGUST 28, 2003 A dead blue jay found within the town of Dike has been confirmed as carrying the West Nile Virus. more »»

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August 25, 2013 Fifty people enjoyed a presentation, “Germ Busters” by Tara Hall and company at the Memorial Building on August 14. This wrapped up our summer event. more »»

Where did August go?

August 25, 2013 Where has August gone? For that matter where did July go? Or June? Summer is over. And I’m not saying that because of the crazy mild weather we had during the state fair. more »»

Civil War battlefield surgery

August 25, 2013 Against common belief, Civil War surgeons were not heartless, nor were they totally incompetent. more »»

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August 18, 2013 New at the library this week: Audio books on CD: Hotshot by Julie Garwood, Ready to Die by Lisa Jackson, Gotcha by Fern Michaels, Kiss Me, Kill Me by Ann Rule, Compound Fractures by Stephen White. more »»

2013 Scheels 3D bow shoot

August 18, 2013 On August 17th and 18th with great support from Scheels All Sport; we are hosting our 6th 3D target bow shoo. more »»

Clay Allison

August 18, 2013 Clay Allison was a gunfighter known for his mercurial personality and violent temper. He is also remembered as one of the most notorious and deranged outlaws of the old wes. more »»

Looking Back

August 18, 2013 10 YEARS AGO AUGUST 14, 2003 Sweet Corn Days 2003 fulfills two missions-The Self Help QPM Nicaragua Project and sweet corn day. Mr. & Mrs. more »»

Library News

August 11, 2013 New books at the library: Happy, Happy, Happy by Phil Robertson, Paradise Valley by Roseanne Bittner, True Love by Jude Deveraux, Hunting Eve by Iris Johansen, Stranded by Alex Kava, The English Gir... more »»

Little Fluffballs

August 11, 2013 You may notice a different Williams is writing this week’s newspaper article. (I hope I can uphold the family name). more »»

The Legend of the Platte River Death Ship

August 11, 2013 Truth or fiction? Since the mid 1800’s there’s been a legend in Wyoming along the banks of the Platte River. Several witnesses have claimed to see a phantom ship on the river. more »»

Looking Back

August 11, 2013 10 YEARS AGO AUG. 7, 2003 Larry Plaehn sold his sanitation business to Lon Larsen & Kirk Dinsdale effective August 1. Ryan Cheeseman & Lacey Caquetin plan wedding for August 9 at St. more »»

Library News

August 5, 2013 Germ Busters, a program geared towards kids will be held on Wednesday, August 14, at 2:00 p.m. at the Memorial Building. Tara Hall, from the Grundy Hospital, will do the presentatio. more »»

What am I going to write about?

August 5, 2013 I was asked by one of the newspaper editors to submit my news column early for this week. I thought to myself, early? I barely seem to make the regular deadline lately. more »»

The Pioneer kitchen

August 5, 2013 Sometimes when I look at the life of pioneer women I wonder how they ever endured their life. Of course if that’s all you’ve even known, it’s not a question of enduring, you just did it. more »»

Looking Back

August 5, 2013 10 YEARS AGO JULY 31, 2003 Two Reinbeck city employees, Ron Goebel & Mike Porro, were fired by the Reinbeck City Council on July 26 over a disput. more »»



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