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  • OCMS ribbon cutting December 11, 2019
  • Murray FFA December 11, 2019
    The Murray Agriculture Department received a Regional Planning Partnership Consortium Grant that was used to purchase new welders for the agricultural shop. The grant funds were used to purchase five Lincoln Electric AC/DC 225/125 Stick Welders. The purpose of the grant through the Regional Planning Partnership is to provide Career and Techincal Education (C […]
  • Revelton Distilling Company ground breaking ceremony December 11, 2019
  • Toys for Christmas donors December 11, 2019
    • Lila Haltom • Clarke County Development Corporation • Ruth Bethards • South Central Iowa Community Foundation • Caseys  • American State Bank employees • First National Bank employees • In Memory of Donna Stubbs • In Memory of Arden White • In Memory of Fern Windland and Kathleen Cook • Wishon Family • Bob Reynoldson Family • Gary and Helen Kimes • Clarke […]
  • Iowa Pork Producers Association announces 2020 Iowa Pork Congress December 11, 2019
    CLIVE — The 2020 Iowa Pork Congress will be held Jan. 22 and 23 at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines, Iowa. This event, organized by the Iowa Pork Producers Association (IPPA), is North America’s largest winter swine trade show and conference. A keynote address will be presented on Wednesday, Jan. 22, by Andy Curliss, the chief executive officer of the No […]
  • Reynolds announces Clarke County Hospital as recipient of $25,000 Future Ready Iowa Grant December 11, 2019
    Iowa Governor, Kim Reynolds, announced Tuesday that Clarke County Hospital (CCH) was among 22 recipients to receive grants from the Future Ready Iowa Employer Innovation Fund. Awarded $25,000 out of a pool of $568,000, the sum is set up as a matching grant to help the hospital provide training and educational opportunities for its employees and others throug […]
  • GRM Networks® distributes more than $3.8 Million in Capital Credits to member-owners December 11, 2019
    PRINCETON, MO — The GRM Networks® Board of Directors has authorized the return of approximately $2 million in patronage capital credits to its member-owners. This includes $1.8 million paid to members with service in 1997 and $200,000 paid to members with service in 2018. This year, GRM Networks has also returned more than $1.8 million to the estates of dece […]
  • College news December 11, 2019
    Des Moines Area Community College  
  • Fifth Grade Flag Essay winning essay December 11, 2019
    Since the American flag is an important symbol we should honor it with pride for our great country. Have you ever wondered how we got the design of the American flag? The pledge is part of our everyday life but have you ever thought about the meaning? Betsy Ross designed the first flag of the United States of America. The pledge is recited every day at schoo […]
  • Randall Comly faces federal gun and drug charges after shooting at police December 11, 2019
    DES MOINES – United States Attorney Marc Krickbaum and Adair County Attorney Melissa S. Larson announced that a federal grand jury has returned an indictment charging Randall Lee Comly with gun and drug crimes, for which Comly faces a maximum sentence of life in prison. These charges stemmed from an October 2019 incident where Comly allegedly shot at, and at […]
  • Clarke Elementary teacher awarded for integrating Agriculture December 11, 2019
    Clarke third grade teacher Tara Norman is the recipient of the 2019 Iowa Excellence in Teaching about Agriculture Award. She was presented the award Dec. 12 at The Iowa Farm Bureau board of directors meeting in Des Moines. The process to receive this award started out with Clarke’s secondary Ag instructor and FFA Advisor Brandi Boyd attempting to secretly su […]
  • Osceola Police participate in No Shave November to benefit students December 4, 2019
    The usual clean shaven Osceola Police are looking scruffy as December begins. 10 of the 11 Osceola Police participated in No Shave November with a twist. After a few years of officers wanting to do No Shave November the only way Police Chief Marty Duffus was going to let the them grow beards was if kids could benefit from it. “I’m an old traditionalist and b […]
  • Toys for Christmas donors December 4, 2019
    • In Memory of Tru Yearington • Clarke Electric employees • In Memory of Oral and Lois Eddy • In Memory of Willene Sanders • Carolyn Timmons • Eileen Boldon • Research Club • In Memory of Shirley Woods • In Memory of Opal Ferber • In Memory of Al and Joyce Hildreth • Lacelle Methodist Church • Anonymous • Myron Manley • Robert Hettinger • Lion’s Club • Conni […]
  • Silage safety practices December 4, 2019
    Feedyard silage-related tragedy doesn’t discriminate: it can happen to employers, owners, or bystanders, resulting in serious injury or death. Keith Bolsen, Professor Emeritus, Kansas State University, says, “No one should die when they’re working at ag-related tasks. To make that a reality in feedyards, every operation needs a written safety procedure that […]
  • Lighted Parade highlights December 4, 2019

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