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09/18/2018 - 4:49pm
Area citizens on Sunday broke a little sweat in the unseason-able heat to help those in need. Church World Services, which provides hunger relief nationally and internationally, on Sunday conducted its an-nual, nationwide CROP Hun-ger Walk, which challenges communities to walk and raise money to help end hun-ger both at home and across the world. Nearly 30 people affiliated with different...
09/18/2018 - 4:47pm
The final bell at CAL Community School doesn’t mean the learning ends for the day. This year, students in the district have the opportunity to participate in eight afterschool programs that challenge them in a variety of activities. The group activities change every four weeks. The first rotation includes ukulele lessons, a walking club,...
09/18/2018 - 11:07am
HAMPTON — Hampton-Dumont’s second half wasn’t going well. The Bulldogs had a 19-12 halftime lead, but Clarion-Goldfield-Dows scored the first two touchdowns of the second half, one following a turnover secured by former CAL player Nate Rapp, to take a 26-19 lead. And the Cowboys were driving again in order to make the score seem...
09/11/2018 - 5:39pm
As English-speaking members of the community sat and held a conversation in Spanish, La Luz Hispana Associate Director Aimee Hanson couldn’t help but smile. The round table chat last Wednesday was the first installment of Conversational Spanish at La Luz and Hanson said she couldn’t have been more appreciative of people taking time out...
09/11/2018 - 5:37pm
The Cy-Hawk rivalry may have continued this weekend as University of Iowa and Iowa State faced-off on the football field, but off the gridiron Hawkeyes and Cyclones came together to promote a greater cause. At Krause Family Plaza, just outside of Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Sukup Manufacturing invited alumni athletes from both schools to help...
09/11/2018 - 5:35pm
Franklin County Conservation last weekend welcomed a new resource for outdoors enthusiasts. On Saturday, Franklin County Conservation and Pheasants Forever held a dedication ceremony for the Forever Fen, a hunting and recreational plot on Spring Creek west of Beed’s Lake. Ned Parker, Franklin County Conservation Director, said the land is...
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