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08/20/2014 - 12:59pm

The Wright County Board of Supervisors said increasing the cyber breach insurance coverage is a matter of improving the county’s protection against possible incidents like the one that happened to Target in December 2013.

 

The Board made the decision to increase the $50,000 minimum coverage to the max $250,000, which adds about $5,300 a year to the total bill....

08/06/2014 - 12:01pm
In late July, contractors began flattening a one-and-a-half acre prairie at Clarion-Goldfield-Dows High School, burying it with dirt unearthed during adjacent construction projects at White Fox Landing and the high school’s parking lot. As of press time, around half of the prairie has been buried, a decision which the school said it made...
07/30/2014 - 2:15pm
When you think of the Wright County Fair, chances are you think about the animals, the 4-H projects and talents, the food, the lemonade, and probably Tricia Rosendahl.  Although she was never in 4-H or FFA herself as a youth, she fell in love with the Wright County Fair at an early age, and now, she is proud to be serving as the fair...
07/30/2014 - 2:11pm
Anthony proposed when Miriam was waking up, because he wanted her to think she was having a dream.     She was taking a nap on one of their regular visits to his parents’ house. Mitchell, Anthony’s brother and best man to be, was on a computer in the same room. During his wedding toast, Mitchell recalled how Anthony...
07/30/2014 - 2:07pm
As soon as children enter the door at Crossroads Ministry in Goldfield, you can bet Craig Carlson is right there to greet them with a smile, high five and a big “hello.” Carlson, director of the non-profit organization, said as soon as the kids get to Crossroads, he and the other staff and volunteers wants to make sure the children...
07/30/2014 - 2:04pm
Despite all the recent rain, David Doxtad said the White Fox Landing housing development project is moving right along. Doxtad, of I+S Group, the project engineer, provided the Clarion City Council with an update at their July 21 meeting. “Thus far, all of the utilities for the 11th Street lots have been installed,” he said, adding...
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