CGD fifth graders provided a flag-folding demonstration at the 2020 Clarion Veterans Day program. Rosendahl and her students helped put on an outdoor program that year in the midst of a pandemic. This is one of the many noteworthy patriotic accomplishments that various people who recommended Rosendahl for the Legion award pointed to. Photo by Bridget Shileny
05/10/2022 - 8:21pm
“One of the goals of the American Legion has always been to work in cooperation with schools who assist veterans, their families and local communities. Some educators have gone above the call of duty and promoted the aims and purposes of The...


03/23/2022 - 6:46am
Iowa legislators pulled an eminent domain bill before it got to the floor, but say they will call a special session to protect landowner rights if a large number of easements are not signed. Meanwhile, CO2 pipeline companies are working feverishly...


Left, Jacob Moore was the top medalist at the boys NCC Tournament on Monday in Fort Dodge, carding a 78. Right, Karina Torres golfed a personal best at an opportune time during Monday’s NCC Tournament. Torres finished in 9th place, just one shot off of All-Conference.
05/10/2022 - 12:00pm
The CGD Boys Golf Team tackled the wind at the North Central Conference at Fort Dodge on Monday. To sum it up, Coach Pat O’Brien said, “We had a very successful day but still came home somewhat disappointed as a team.” Senior Jacob Moore was...


05/16/2022 - 10:35am
Opal Mae Smith, fifth of twelve children of Joseph and Jessie (Lowers) Shaw, was born in Exira, Iowa. She passed away peacefully in Springfield, Missouri on April 30,2022, at the home of her daughter and son-in-law. She enjoyed being entertained...

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