These MFL MarMac fifth graders were excited to find out that they each won a copy of “New Kid,” a book by visiting author Tim Green. (Submitted photo)
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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Author Tim Green will bring his message,“Reading is weightlifting for the brain,” to 4th-8th graders at MFL MarMac Thursday, April 24. His presentation coincides with “Character Week” at the school. Students will wear sports apparel that day to welcome Green and to show the... + continue reading
Monday, April 21, 2014
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  Area outdoors writer  wrapping up book of short stories     By Ted Pennekamp   As a regular contributor to our Outdoors Section over the past several years, many readers look forward to the entertaining stories and nice photographs of Len Harris. Soon, those... + continue reading
Monday, April 21, 2014
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By Correne Martin Before CodeRED arrived on the scene in January of 2013, mass emergency notification in Crawford County was done mainly via outdoor warning sirens or broadcasts on television and radio. Today, about 7,000 landline phones in the county receive a CodeRED automated call in... + continue reading

Clayton Ridge fourth graders are selling handmade bracelets to raise money for a buddy bench. Front from left are participants Mark Mommer, Brodie Wahls, Boston Pierce, Mara Pierce, Chloe Freeman, Destiny Kemp, Callie Freeman, and Sierra Sheber; back row, Maddie Radabaugh, Madison Meyer, Emma Roth, Jillian Leliefeld, Payton Nuehring, Emma Kulper, JayLyn Moore, Emily Zimmer, Danyel Rieck, Lily Kann, Ms. Geuder and Aaron Taake. (Press photo by Molly Moser)
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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By Molly Moser Clayton Ridge fourth grade is abuzz with excitement about a new piece of equipment for the playground – but it’s not a slide, a swing, or a merry-go-round. It’s a bench. Fourth graders in Mr. Robert Sweers and Ms. Karen Geuder’s classes have been using looms... + continue reading

Allison adds grain to the tank Sunday to make Old Man River’s “All In” beer, made of a blend of a variety of grains and malts. (Photo by Audrey Posten)
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
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  By Audrey Posten, North Iowa Times Editor   Something’s brewing at Old Man River Restaurant and Brewery. Managers Allison and Angelica Dayrit-Roberts, with the help of their friend Darus Spingler, of DeSoto, made their first batch of beer together on Sunday, April 13.  ... + continue reading

These MFL MarMac fifth graders were excited to find out that they each won a copy of “New Kid,” a book by visiting author Tim Green. (Submitted photo)

Clayton Ridge fourth graders are selling handmade bracelets to raise money for a buddy bench. Front from left are participants Mark Mommer, Brodie Wahls, Boston Pierce, Mara Pierce, Chloe Freeman, Destiny Kemp, Callie Freeman, and Sierra Sheber; back row, Maddie Radabaugh, Madison Meyer, Emma Roth, Jillian Leliefeld, Payton Nuehring, Emma Kulper, JayLyn Moore, Emily Zimmer, Danyel Rieck, Lily Kann, Ms. Geuder and Aaron Taake. (Press photo by Molly Moser)

Allison adds grain to the tank Sunday to make Old Man River’s “All In” beer, made of a blend of a variety of grains and malts. (Photo by Audrey Posten)

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