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Trojans and Warriors Think Pink and Battle Each Other

Trojans and Warriors Think Pink and Battle Each Other

The NIACC volleyball team dropped a 3-2 decision to the Waldorf College junior varsity on “Think Pink” night Thursday in the NIACC gym. The game had moments of strong momentum for both sides after the first set where neither team really could establish any. The NIACC Trojans took the first set breaking away late 25-19.

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Smokey Joe’s Cafe to Premeire at NIACC

Smokey Joe’s Café as they take the stage at the North Iowa Community Auditorium on the NIACC campus at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 5, 2014. Tickets, row A-V, are $55 in advance; tickets, row W-Z, are $40 in advance.  All tickets purchased on the day of the show and at the door are $60.

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Waldorf College is Haunted

It is an annual tradition for Forest City and surrounding areas to participate in and it is the Waldorf Haunted House. Every year the program is designed to raise canned goods of food for local food banks. Dr. Robert AuFrance is the instigator of this bone chilling event: Gluttons for punishment can enjoy going through

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Dam Mud Halts Drainage

The Winnebago County Board of Supervisors has doubled its bounty on beavers after having troubles with the animals building dams in their drainage districts. Farmers there have already removed a dam built into one drainage ditch and are hoping to catch the beaver before he builds another one. Winnebago County Conservation Board Chairman Robert Schwartz

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