Travis Fischer

06/25/2015 - 10:46am

It's the end of an era as Rochelle Pohlman winds down her career as Clarion's City Administrator.

     Pohlman started working for the city in November of 1984 as a utility billing clerk. Over the next thirty years she would become instrumental in managing the city, becoming the city's payroll clerk,...

06/25/2015 - 10:42am
     A new business is literally setting up shop in Clarion. The Belmond branch of Yohn Ready Mix has moved to Clarion where they are building a new office to go with their new mixing plant.      Responding to a growing volume of work in the area, the concrete and construction company has moved south from their...
06/17/2015 - 2:41pm
     It's been two months since the first case of bird flu was confirmed in the state of Iowa and since then people have wondered how far the virus would spread and what impact it would have on Iowa's poultry industry.      This is particularly true in Wright County, which is one of the state's...
06/17/2015 - 2:40pm
     It was a historic weekend for Clarion as the city celebrated their 150th Anniversary with a wide range of activities and entertainment across town.      The fun began on Thursday with the Geocache History Hunt and tours of the area's historic homes. Later that evening, Fuel set up for a weekend of live...
06/10/2015 - 11:12am
     Area Farm Bureau members got to see the inner workings of Hagie Manufacturing on Friday, June 5 as the manufacturing company organized a series of tours for the community.      "We wanted to do something special for our members," said Farm Bureau Agent Trent Adams. "We appreciate the members...
06/03/2015 - 5:24pm
Lake Cornelia was the place to be Saturday as more than a hundred people gathered at the Clarmond Country Club for the Lake Cornelia Improvement Association's first annual dinner and live auction fundraiser.      "It's a fun time," said Jake Johnson of the lake association.      The meal...
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