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West Hancock School District Hears Another Proposal on Bus Barn

West Hancock School District Hears Another Proposal on Bus Barn

The West Hancock School District has been busy as of late putting together plans for the new bus barn facility for the district. The land is purchased and now the district wants to move forward with the construction of the building. West Hancock Community School District Superintendent Wayne Kroneman discussed the plans. After all the work has been

Brian Frink

Waldorf College Art Gallery to host Brian Frink

The Waldorf College Art Gallery will debut it’s 2014-15 season with display of artwork created by Minnesota State University Mankato art professor Brian Frink. Since Frink began teaching at MSU in 1989, he has received numerous regional and national awards for his painting and drawings, which have been exhibited throughout the country. He has previewed

Ethan Kazmerzak

Kazmerzak Reward Renewed

A $200,000 reward has been renewed for information that helps authorities find a northern Iowa man who has been missing for the past year. Ethan Kazmerzak of Hampton was last seen at a party in Franklin County last September. Hampton Police Chief Bob Schaffer discussed his disappearance. A number of searches have turned up nothing


Bridge Work Targeted for September 22nd

The Winnebago County Road Department will be closing 420th Street northeast of Leland between Highway 9/69 and 180th Avenue for bridge replacement beginning September 22nd.  The worksite will be closed to all traffic although access will be maintained to local residents.  The project is expected to be completed in 3 weeks.  County crews will be


Local Veterans Needed for Telling of War Stories

They have put their lives on the line to protect America’s freedom – and the search is now on for veterans in Iowa who have stories to share as part of the country’s rich narrative. Professor Patti Ziegler says the Newton Campus of Des Moines Area Community College will host the Veterans History Project in


Forest City High is Fiddling Around with a Show

A show that has tremendous political and social impacts on women’s rights, the Jewish society, and political turmoil to only name a few will come to the stage of the Forest City High School Auditorium. It is “Fiddler of the Roof.” Scott Bertleson told KIOW News that this piece is very involved and the cast will have a bit