Thursday, August 13, 2020

Putting a story on the plate: the impacts of ProStart in Mitchell County

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Across Mitchell County, a program is growing that helps students develop useful skills for the workforce—while turning them into talented cooks at the same time. ProStart is a culinary...

After half a century, Gordy’s Repair and Implement keeps on

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Stacyville landmark business celebrates 50 years At about this time 50 years ago, Gordy Cimmiyotti was just a young man walking out of the bank, freshly turned...

Mitchell County Public Health: ‘Schedule well child and vaccination visits now”

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As Iowans continue to push through the COVID-19 pandemic and maintain their new sense of normalcy, parents and guardians of school-aged children are reminded that annual physicals and back-to-school immunizations are still...

Nissen Public Library receives accreditation from the State Library of Iowa

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The State Library of Iowa has announced that the Nissen Public Library has met the conditions for state accreditation as outlined in “In Service to Iowa: Public Library Standards Sixth Edition.” Achieving accreditation...

Mitchell County BOS moves to disregard income tax holiday; final development in STA’s Echo...

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The Mitchell County Board of Supervisors (BOS) met in regular session on Tuesday, August 11, where they discussed President Trump’s recent income tax holiday, changes in the sheriff’s department and St. Ansgar’s...

This Labor Day, Drive Safely

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via the Osage Police Department Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer and we celebrate with barbecues and road trips. But be aware as you hit the highways...

The road less traveled: Nelson the weatherman’s journey into the unknown

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If you’ve been out and about in St. Ansgar, Osage or Stacyville lately, you may have happened across a scruffy-faced man in a rowdy Hawaiian shirt and backwards-turned baseball cap wandering from...

MCRHC looks to keep college students safe from a distance

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When sending a fresh high school graduate off to college, a parent may normally fret about whether their child has the right textbooks, plenty of spending money and the right size of...

Mitchell County residents invited to share COVID-19 pandemic stories in virtual forum with Congresswoman...

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Congresswoman Abby Finkenauer, who serves Iowa's first congressional district including Mitchell County, will hold a virtual forum today to hear stories from north Iowans regarding living through the Coronavirus pandemic, and to...

Osage approves $1.8 million ticket for water treatment projects

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The Osage City Council met in regular assembly Monday evening, where officials approved contracts totaling $1.78 million for a second sludge tank and its accompanying structures.  Sludge is defined as the oily, semi-solid...