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10/17/2018 - 12:06pm

larion-Goldfield-Dows finished as one of the tri-champions in North Central Conference volleyball for this year following a three-set win over Algona last Thursday by scores of 25-12, 25-18 and 25-9. C-G-D joins Iowa Falls-Alden and Humboldt atop the final conference standings at 6-1 for each.

“Our girls came out ready to go on senior night,” stated head coach Katrina...

08/29/2018 - 3:26pm
Katie Talbot of Community Family Resources for Wright County presented a report of their past year’s activities, along with a proclamation for Board action, at this week’s Supervisors meeting. They approved and signed the proclamation declaring September as National Recovery Month. In her report, Talbot noted that 127 individuals were...
08/22/2018 - 2:38pm
With almost nothing on the agenda except a visit with county engineer Adam Clemons, the Wright County Board of Supervisors Monday morning meeting also consisted of the usual weekly items of approving minutes and claims, providing open forum time in which no one was present to speak and updates on meetings of committees or boards that the members...
08/01/2018 - 11:44am
In their role as drainage district trustees, the Wright County Board of Supervisors took up discussion of an agenda item presented by landowner Don Tice. This concerned an ongoing ponding problem southeast of Lake Cornelia and along the east side of Page Avenue. “We’ve put a pile of money into trying to fix this problem,” said...
07/25/2018 - 3:24pm
The Clarion-Goldfield- Dows varsity softball team finished with a 3-18 overall record, which included an 0-14 conference mark. Faith Nelson was a 2nd Team All-Conference selection. The team had 479 total atbats to produce 80 total runs on 128 total hits. Among those were 14 doubles, one triple and three homeruns. A total of 48 RBI were produced....
07/18/2018 - 12:10pm
At this past Monday’s Supervisor meeting, Mike Heller with JEO Consulting Group of Ankeny presented information on a potential roadside program for the County. “By doing this program, you will open up a funding stream for an 86 percent cost-share from the DOT on purchases for management programs in Iowa counties,” said Heller....
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