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CRESCO - There will be some new faces teaching and working with students at Howard-Winneshiek and Notre Dame Schools when classes start on Monday, Aug. 23. Some will be familiar, but are featured because they are changing schools or positions. The new staff were treated to lunch and received three...
CRESCO - Becky Dunn is chairman of the Regional Health Services of Howard County (RHSHC) Hospital Auxiliary Quilt Committee. The group is working hard getting all the quilts organized for the upcoming 43rd Annual Auction, taking place at the Harvest Fest Tent on Saturday, Aug. 28 during Norman...
CHESTER - Mike Meyer has been making a spectacle of his sign-painting work for the past nine months. He is using his God-given talents to continue his life’s work of painting signs inside and outside the former St. Stephen’s Catholic Church in Chester. Many of his projects are in plain sight on the...
CRESCO - Over 200 families were helped during this year’s 10th Annual Back to School and Family Clothing Give-Away at Immanuel Lutheran Church on Aug. 5-7. The entire basement and classroom areas were filled with clothes, boots, shoes, winter coats, brand new socks and underwear and more thanks to...
CRESCO - Public Works Director Nate Widell updated City Council members on the storm that went through the area on July 31 and damages that took place. The wind bent the poles on which the stop lights sit. “Perry Novak came to look at it and an anchor bolt was knocked out. It will need to be taken...
DES MOINES - Gov. Kim Reynolds issued a disaster proclamation on Aug. 9 for Howard County in response to severe weather beginning July 27.  The governor’s proclamation allows state resources to be utilized to respond to and recover from the effects of this severe weather. The proclamation activates...
ELMA - As flags were flown at half-staff around the State of Iowa, John Mark Mulick finished his journey. His remains were escorted home by Iowa State Troopers, Patriot Guard members and Legion Riders to Calvary Cemetery at Elma, his final resting place. The family of John Mark Mulick waited nearly...
Jim Rohlf of Tipton, Iowa flew in on Sunday from Monticello, Iowa. The plane is on loan to the Aviation Heritage Foundation at Monticello. Rohlf said it took between 20 and 30 minutes to fly to Cresco. He wasn’t sure he would be able to attend because of the hazy skies in the past few weeks from...
CRESCO - Perfect summer weather greeted the 60th Cresco Fine Arts Show, located at Beadle Park in Cresco Sunday. The art show, which resumed after COVID-19 canceled the event last summer, featured 18 artists showcasing a variety of fine art, ranging from watercolor prints to glassware, from pottery...
ELMA - John Mark Mulick will forever be 21 years old. The young sailor’s life may have ended on a sunny December morning 80 years ago, thousands of miles from home, but his memory lived on in the minds of those who knew and loved him. They passed that love on to future generations, and that love is...

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