Kacey Ginn

04/18/2018 - 9:58am

In a community like ours, good deeds and generosity help spur on more good deeds. Because of this, a little generosity can go a long way.

Fourth and fifth graders at Clarion-Goldfield-Dows recently got to participate in a philanthropic project, thanks to a grant the received through Project Jack. The grants memorialize Jack Lindaman, a boy who died at age 6 of spinal muscular atrophy in...

03/07/2018 - 11:16am
Now that the old 4-H Schoolhouse museum has been moved to Heartland Museum property, Museum board members are working to get it ready for visitors. Estimated costs to outfit the schoolhouse with a handicap accessible ramp and door, plus clean up the inside and update the 4-H exhibits are about $10,000. A used book sale, held last week at the...
02/28/2018 - 11:21am
On March 16 and 17, the Clarion-Goldfield-Dows High School Drama department will present “The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon,” a play by Don Zolidis. This unique show is sure to get engage you and get you laughing. “We take the audience through a collection of fairy tale stories, but they’re not your typical fairy tales,...
02/28/2018 - 11:14am
Last week was Engineering Week at Hagie Manufacturing. Though some plans were interrupted by the weather, the week saw several speakers coming to visit with Hagie employees on topics related to engineering and innovation. To wrap up the week, on Friday, they hosted a special guest: Mike Naig, State Deputy Secretary of Agriculture. Naig spoke about...
02/28/2018 - 11:11am
In March of last year, we printed an article about the adventures of a former Clarion resident who took part in the Pacific Cup sailing race. This year, we’re happy to again give readers a glimpse of the sun and sea and hopefully inspire them for adventures of their own. Mark Lowry, the son of Clarion resident Melvene Nickles and a 1970...
02/21/2018 - 11:06am
For the past two weeks, normal court happenings have been somewhat disrupted as meetings have been set for new locations. The reason? Renovations of the Wright County courtroom have officially begun. For the most part, work completed so far has simply been removing old drywall, flooring, even the worn courtroom pews in preparation for the remodel...
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