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Waldorf Wind Symphony to Host Fall Concert

Waldorf Wind Symphony to Host Fall Concert

The Waldorf Wind Symphony will hold their fall concert Sunday, November 16 at 3 p.m. at Immanual Lutheran Church. This year’s fall concert will feature pieces focusing on specific people or things, and is themed Characters and Caricatures. One piece of interest will hone in the theatrical techniques of music performances, recreating a somewhat-nondescript idea

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Wartburg College Launches Digital Cinema and Production Program

The Wartburg College Department of Journalism & Communication has designed a new program for digital storytellers who dream of becoming the next YouTube sensation, Netflix producer, short film director or documentary filmmaker. Real-world, hands-on and client-based education will be at the center of the new digital cinema and production major. “This is not a traditional

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Joni Ernst is Now a Senator

Tom Harkin leaves the U. S. Senate and in his place will be the first woman Senator form Iowa and the first woman veteran to serve in the Senate as well. Joni Ernst moves into the chair occupied by Harkin for so long. Ernst enthusiastically greeted her supporters last night and was overwhelmed with emotion on the

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ELECTION 2014: Paul Pate Wants to Return as Secretary of State Pt. 1 of 3

He is the President of Pate Asphalt Systems in Marion and recently served as Mayor of Cedar Rapids from 2002 –2006. While Mayor, Pate was elected President of the Iowa League of Cities representing over 870 municipalities and served as Co-Chairman of the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ Committee on Homelessness. He is a nationally recognized small business

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ELECTION 2014: Huisinga Wants to Represent District 8 in the Legislature

Nancy Paule Huisinga Huisinga had her childhood in Belmond, but makes Clarion her home.  She is a home health and hospice care nurse in Wright County while she also  co-owned and operated a registered daycare in Clarion.  She graduated from Belmond High School and Iowa Wesleyan College in Mt. Pleasant. She believes that there is a disconnect between the people in District

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