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01/15/2018 - 4:53pm
Bank 1st of West Union presented a check for $2,000 Jan. 8 to the St. Lucas Historical Society. Jim Moss, representing the board of directors of Bank 1st, stated, “This donation is in honor of the late Mark Mihm, a long-time board member of Bank 1st and resident of St. Lucas. This donation represents the Bank’s philosophy of giving back to the community. Bank 1st maintains a branch...
01/02/2018 - 8:37am
Losing the first time against Turkey Valley cost South Winneshiek its third loss of the season. Now at 7-3, SW will have a chance to even the score against the 8-2 TV boys. The Dec. 21 contest saw TV go 59-49 against SW. Read more in January 2 edition of the Calmar Courier.
01/02/2018 - 8:35am
If you like winter, the recent weather might make you happy. If you’re not a fan of cold and snow, though, winter’s arrival, both on the calendar and with the falling mercury and precipitation might not be up your alley. Snow arrived regionally just in time for Christmas with .3 inches in nearby Clayton County recorded. That wasn...
01/02/2018 - 8:32am
A Calmar business has come up with a novel way to celebrate the unique communities of the area. Calmar’s microbrewery is in the process of naming brews around the names of local communities. Owner Craig Neuzil explained the process. Read more in January 2 edition of the Calmar Courier.
12/26/2017 - 8:12am
A Little Turkey native and 2014 graduate of Turkey Valley has been named a Newman Fellow at the University of Iowa. Steven Landa, a first-year graduate student in pharmacy, is in his second year as a fellow. The program, through the UI’s Newman Center, involves current students who are involved in working with staff at the Newman Center to...
12/26/2017 - 8:09am
Sealed up from the cold, work is proceeding on what’s set to be the newest addition to the city’s business community. Work is moving ahead at Rezults Driven Fitness, a business venture that will feature approximately 4,000 square-feet of space in the ground floor business area as well as apartments on the building’s second level...
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