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Ruiters Final Day Sees Construction Continue on L Street

Ruiters Final Day Sees Construction Continue on L Street

Electrical line burial continues today as crews work in various locations throughout the city to finish to laying of the power lines. Also taking up an entire city block on L Street is the relaying of asphalt and guttering on the road. On Friday, crews laid the concrete to form the guttering along the sides of the

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WCTA Announces Winner of Annual Photo Contest

Winnebago Cooperative Telecom Association (WCTA) has announced the winner of the 2015 WCTA Directory and Calendar Photo Contest. The winning photographer is Lorinda Groe of Lake Mills.  Lorinda’s winning photo was taken at Rice Lake in Lake Mills.  For her efforts, she has received $50 and her winning photo will be featured on the cover

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Hogsback Range Under Fire

Someone who uses the Hogsback Shooting Range is causing significant damage to the target frames according to officials at the Winnebago County Conservation Board. The shooting range in Lake Mills is a free target range for people to go up and practice their shooting skills. However, weaponry is being used that completely destroys the framework

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WCTA Holds Annual Meeting in Lake Mills

WCTA Grand Attendance Prize winners Norma Ramsey of Joice and Sophus Duea of Forest City were awarded 40” TVs last Thursday evening at the Annual Meeting of the Winnebago Cooperative Telecom Association. Dennis Castle (above) of Lake Mills was the winner of the 40” TV mail ballot prize. A large crowd was on hand for

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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


A Coin Collectors Show in Clarion

It is an annual event that takes place thanks to the 50 year old Clarion Coin Club. The event draws a number of people throughout all of northern Iowa and gives people a chance to see the value of not only their coins, but other items of value. KIOW’s Roger Tweeten filed this report.: