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Lake Mills Begins Flushing Water System

Lake Mills Begins Flushing Water System

It is required for all public water systems to flush out their lines to preserve the integrity of the lines and the quality of the water system. Each city will go through the process a couple of times per year. One such flushing is being done in Lake Mills and KIOW’s Renee Ingeldue has the

Winnebago Supervisors

Roads and Drainage Dominate Winnebago Supervisors Meeting Today

The Winnebago County Board of Supervisors will meet this morning beginning at 9am to hold a department head meeting. The meeting will entail discussion on pre-employment physicals, drug screening, and background checks. The department heads will discuss job postings on the county website. The board will also hear from the Risk Management and Safety Committee.

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Area Farmers Offered New CRP Program

Iowa farmers who agree to use sustainable grazing practices may be eligible to take part in the updated Conservation Reserve Program, or C-R-P, for grasslands. Katie Olthoff, spokeswoman for the Iowa Cattlemen’s Association, explains how the familiar program has been switched up. Farmers who are interested can sign up immediately. While the C-R-P has been


Warriors Secure Second in Waldorf Invitational

The Waldorf College women’s golf team earned second place with a 358-stroke total in Sunday’s Waldorf Invitational. Fernanda Valdes led the Warriors, claiming runner-up honors behind an 11-over par score of 82 in the 18-hole tournament at Bear Creek Golf Course. Valdes, a sophomore from Morelia, Mexico, recorded her third top-five performance of the fall


2nd Team All-American Glendinning Commits to Missouri

NIACC sophomore shortstop Robbie Glendinning has verbally committed to play baseball at the University of Missouri. Glendinning, who was an NJCAA Division II second-team all-American as a freshman, had other scholarship offers from teams in the SEC, ACC, Big 12 and Missouri Valley Conference. Glendinning is the first NIACC baseball player to earn all-American honors

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Tragedy in Britt on Sunday

Sunday morning saw a head on collision on Highway 18 that killed one driver and injured another. The Iowa State Patrol released its report on the accident which occurred just after 10am yesterday morning at the intersection of Highway 18 and Deer Avenue. The patrol reported that Floyd Charbonneaux of Britt collided head on with