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  • Statement on starved cattle investigation from Clarke County Sheriff's Office February 13, 2019
    On Feb. 8 at approximately 12:27 p.m. the Clarke County Sheriff's Office received a call from a concerned citizen about possible livestock neglect in Ward Township sections 20 and 29. While investigating the report approximately 50 deceased cows were found in a pasture. A local veterinarian was called and he responded to the scene. The veterinarian repo […]
  • Pet of the week February 13, 2019
    Meet Big Red. He is a hound mix between the ages of 5 and 10. Red is an outside dog that likes to be in where it is not cold. He is dog and people friendly. His adoption fee has been paid for!
  • December Shining Star Award Winner February 13, 2019
    The December Shining Star award was presented by Osceola Chamber Main Street and Warrior Osceola to Kim Jackson of Timber Ridge Country Market. Kim Jackson was nominated for always going above and beyond with her customer service. A Shining Star Award is given every month. Please send your nominations for the Shining Star Award to [email protected]
  • MarketReady Workshops presented to help growers sell wholesale February 13, 2019
    AMES ― Iowa State University Extension and Outreach will host three MarketReady workshops in February and March. The training is designed to provide producers with the skills and knowledge needed to make sound decisions about diversifying operations into wholesale, retail, and institutional market outlets. The workshops will be held on the following dates: F […]
  • Southern Iowa Republican Women February 13, 2019
    Southern Iowa Republican Women will meet 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20 at the Lamoni Public Library, 301 W. Main St. Lamoni, Iowa. Speakers will include Iowa farmer, candidate and Statesman Ray Gaesser of Adams County, Campaign expert Nathaniel Gavronsky of Corydon, and Constitution expert Clarke Co Central Committeeman Dale Masterone. The club currently has 24 […]
  • Tomsons’ challenge gift will provide funds for new ministry scholarship February 13, 2019
    WAVERLY — A $150,000 challenge grant, provided by O. Jay and Pat Tomson of Mason City, will support scholarships for students enrolled in Wartburg College and Wartburg Theological Seminary’s new Integrated B.A./M.Div. Degrees program for ordained ministry. The program, a partnership between the college and seminary, streamlines the preparation for pastoral m […]
  • Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs opens next round of grants and opportunities February 13, 2019
    DES MOINES – The Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs is opening a new round of grants and opportunities for arts, history, historic preservation and community development projects with late spring deadlines. “All across the state, Iowans are developing arts, history and cultural projects to strengthen quality of life, economic growth and jobs in their commun […]
  • Free, educational grief support group hosted by EveryStep Hospice starts March 6 February 13, 2019
    EveryStep Hospice’s free, educational grief support group, “Understanding Your Grief,” starts Wed., March 6. The group will be using material from Dr. Alan Wolfelt and the Center for Loss and Life Transition. It will meet at Homestead Assisted Living Center, in the “Café’ Room,” at 334 N. West View Dr. in Osceola, from 1:30 -3 p.m. each Wednesday for eight w […]
  • Great Western Bank named a top national bank in GOBankingRates Best Banks Ranking of 2019 February 13, 2019
    SIOUX FALLS, SD – Great Western Bank, the wholly owned subsidiary of Great Western Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: GWB), has been named a Top 10 Best National Bank in GOBankingRates seventh annual Best Banks series.This is the second year Great Western Bank was named to the list. In determining its rankings, GOBankingRates looked at the 72 largest, national brick-and-m […]
  • COLLEGE NEWS February 13, 2019
    Iowa State University At Iowa State University’s fall commencement ceremonies Dec. 14-15, 2018, 2,157 graduates received degrees. Iowa State awarded 1,803 undergraduate degrees, 234 master’s degrees, 119 doctor of philosophy degrees and one doctor of veterinary medicine degree. Hanna Mendenhall of Garden Grove, Bachelor of Science, Agricultural Business Dani […]
  • City of Osceola audit February 13, 2019
    Faller, Kincheloe & Co., PLC, Certified Public Accountants, Des Moines, Iowa released an audit report on the City of Osceola, Iowa. The City’s receipts totaled $10,237,719 for the year ended June 30, 2018, a 23 percent decrease from the prior year. The receipts included $2,697,047 in property and other city tax, $551,828 from tax increment financing, $2, […]
  • Clarke Senior wins Iowa Voice of Democracy VFW competition February 13, 2019
    Clarke senior Evan Hagen won first in the state for his VFW Voice of Democracy essay Jan. 19. Hagen now has the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. in March with all the other state winners from around the county. All the state essay winners have the chance to earn a $30,000 scholarship. Hagen is most excited about traveling to Washington D.C. to see al […]
  • City of Osceola purchases Country Club February 13, 2019
    The City of Osceola bought the previously private Osceola Country Club from Dr. Jim Kimball Feb. 5. The ownership has yet to be transfered from Kimball to the City. Kimball bought the County Club in January with the intent to immediately sell it to the City. He had, late in 2018, voiced great concern over the future of the golf course and suggested the City […]
  • Clarke Middle School cyber defense teams advance to semifinals January 30, 2019
    Clarke Middle School students participating in the CyberPatriot competition have earned their way into the semifinal round after scoring in the top half of over 800 global middle school teams.   The high school team scored admirably in the state round, but fell short of the top 25 percent requirement to advance to the semifinal round. Team members include te […]
  • November Shining Star Award Winner January 30, 2019
    The November Shining Star award was presented by Osceola Chamber Main Street and Warrior Osceola to East Side Auto. East Side Auto was nominated by multiple community members for their amazing service of going above and beyond! A Shining Star Award is given every month. Please send your nominations for the Shining Star Award to [email protected]

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