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08/15/2017 - 7:01pm
The mood was a happy one at Dralle’s Plumbing and Heating on July 27 as papers were signed for Mort’s Plumbing & Heating of Iowa Falls to acquire the company. The new ownership was effective Monday, August 14. The acquisition, termed a good fit by owner Tim Primus, was welcomed by all involved. Service will continue as normal with James Kinkade and Robert Dralle offering their...
07/25/2017 - 11:43am
SHEFFIELD – A couple of first-time Seth Tuttle basketball campers wanted to learn from one of the area’s best to hit the hardwood and they got that experience last weekend at Sheffield’s new Rec Center. About a dozen high school campers attended Saturday and Sunday and around 80 youth attended Friday and Saturday with new camp...
07/18/2017 - 3:32pm
After a four-day-long jury trial, Charles Albright, 42, of Meservey, was found guilty of Willful Injury Causing Bodily Injury and First-Degree Kidnapping in Franklin County District Court on July 14. Starting on July 11, the trial to review a case of abuse between Albright, and his former live-in girlfriend, Kim Hartman, 36, of Meservey, began....
07/18/2017 - 3:26pm
Hollywood took a backseat to local theater this weekend at the Windsor Theatre as the Franklin County Arts Council performed their summer play, "Love, Sex, and the I.R.S." Directed by Jim Davies, assisted by Wendy Buseman, the play centered around roommates Jon (Jacob Foster) and Leslie (Colt Powers) and a love triangle between them and...
07/18/2017 - 3:18pm
Dozens of friends and family gathered at First Congregational United Church of Christ in Hampton on Thursday, July 13, to celebrate the life of Hampton resident and former state trooper Joel Roode. During the ceremony in honor of Roode, attendees sang hymns and prayed, and a line of state troopers offered him one final salute as his casket was...
07/11/2017 - 4:16pm
After 25 years as Fire Chief and 33 total years with the department, Mike Keehn has stepped down from the position with the Latimer Fire Department. “It’s just time for someone else to be in charge,” Keehn said when asked about the time of his retirement. Keehn will remain a volunteer fire fighter for the remainder of his tenure...
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