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12/11/2019 - 12:14pm

 

            From the time she was a young girl running around the forest, Sarah Rueger knew that she wanted a career that would put her in the outdoors. Rueger describes herself as a lover of nature and all things rustic. So when she was offered a full-time position as a naturalist and technician here in Wright County, she...

12/11/2019 - 12:11pm
The Clarion-Goldfield-Dows Board of Education met for their annual organizational meeting early this week, in addition to their regular business meeting. New board member Cindy Dorn was sworn in. Dorn will be taking over the district #2 seat from Clint Middleton. Beth Severson was again voted in a president of the board, while Troy Seaba was...
12/11/2019 - 12:03pm
All councilmembers were in attendance at the Tuesday, December 3 Clarion City Council meeting. The first item on the agenda was a presentation from Clarion citizen Shannon Walker. Walker, who is a regular attendee at council meetings, asked to be put on the agenda to share some of her visions and goals for Clarion. She explained that she had...
12/11/2019 - 11:38am
Last Thursday in Iowa Falls, the Cowboy wrestling team made quick work of both IF-A and Webster City in a triangular. They defeated the Cadets 45-31 and the Lynx 55-18. Versus the Cadets, falls were recorded by Rigo Babadilla (106) in :46, Tyler Stein (113) in 1:27, Garrett Seaba (160) in :50, Bryce Allen (170) in 4:25, Cael Ahrens (182) in 2:22,...
12/11/2019 - 11:35am
Last Thursday in Iowa Falls, the Cowboy wrestling team made quick work of both IF-A and Webster City in a triangular. They defeated the Cadets 45-31 and the Lynx 55-18. Versus the Cadets, falls were recorded by Rigo Babadilla (106) in :46, Tyler Stein (113) in 1:27, Garrett Seaba (160) in :50, Bryce Allen (170) in 4:25, Cael Ahrens (182) in 2:22,...
12/04/2019 - 3:49pm
           With the state’s Democratic caucuses only months away on February 3, Iowa has become its typical hotbed of political activity. The various Democratic presidential candidates in the race have been crisscrossing the state in droves for town hall meetings, meet and greets and roundtables. Understandably...
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