Primghar, Iowa — A man who had been charged in connection with the assault on a Sheldon Police Officer early last year has been convicted by an O’Brien County Jury. Read more
Sibley, Iowa — The City of Sibley has lost its City Administrator, as he is taking a position in Minnesota. Read more
Iowa City, Iowa — Richmond coach Chris Mooney says his team will need to limit Iowa’s fast break points on Thursday afternoon. Read more
Iowa City, Iowa — The 16th ranked Iowa Hawkeyes look to continue a late season run Thursday afternoon by taking on Richmond in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. Read more
Milford, Iowa — A former school bus driver who was arrested last month on a trio of sex-related charges has pled not guilty in Dickinson County court. Read more
Statewide Iowa — Gasoline prices in Iowa dropped a few pennies a gallon in recent days, though the statewide average of $3.90 a gallon is still $1.10 higher than a year ago. Read more
Sheldon, Iowa — Seventy students from ten area high schools had the opportunity to experience what it’s like to drive a tractor-trailer rig Tuesday afternoon at Northwest Iowa Community College in Sheldon. Read more
Hospers, Iowa — A Tuesday morning disturbance in Hospers has resulted in the arrest of a Sheldon woman. Read more
Statewide Iowa — The U.S. Senate has voted to make next year’s switch to Daylight Saving Time permanent.
Statewide Iowa — The Federal Reserve meets this week and is expected to raise the interest rate to try to cool down inflation.
Clay County Heritage is excited to announce their next temporary exhibition called “Symbol of Freedom: The American Flag” that will open to the public Tuesday, April 5th at the Clay County Heritage Center in Spencer, Iowa. This exhibit was organized by and on loan from the Siouxland Heritage Museums in Sioux Falls South Dakota. Funding to create this exhibit was provided by the Mary Chilton Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution through the Mary Chilton DAR Foundation, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
The American Flag is a fixture of everyday life. As a national symbol, it can be seen at numerous locations throughout the country. But it’s more than just a piece of material. It represents America’s principles, freedoms, and opportunities along with honoring our heritage, diversity, and unity of a country. How did the flag get to be what it is today? In this exhibit includes numerous topics such as the anatomy of the flag, famous flags, evolution of the flag, and other fascinating subjects. In addition to the displays from the Siouxland Heritage Museums, Clay County Heritage will be displaying their collection of American flags including an approximately 15-foot-long flag that will be suspended from the ceiling.
Admission to the Clay County Heritage Center is always free thanks a sponsorship from Spencer Hy-Vee. The Parker Museum is open for touring by appointment only starting April 1st.
For further questions regarding these events, please call the Clay County Heritage Center at (712) 262-3304.
Sutherland Ruritan Annual Waffle Supper
By Dad’s Belgium Waffles
Thursday March 17, 2022
RL Johannsen Center
110 Ash St
$7.00 per person, 5 and under free.
Statewide Iowa — AAA will be working to keep impaired drivers off the road this St. Patrick’s Day. The Auto Club Group is reactivating its Tow to Go program for the holiday period, providing safe transportation for impaired drivers and their vehicles. Read more
Statewide Iowa — Both of Iowa’s U.S. Senators and two Iowa congresswomen are asking for answers AND upgrades after reports of technical delays in the National Weather Service warnings of severe storms that killed seven Iowans earlier this month. Read more
IARN — Year-round E15 legislation was a top policy priority for the National Corn Growers Association at last week’s Commodity Classic in New Orleans. Read more
IARN — National Pork Board (NPB) delegates approved a change in the mandatory Pork Checkoff rate during the Pork Industry Forum last week. The current rate of $0.40 per $100 value per live animal will change to $0.35 per $100 effective January 1, 2023. Read more
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IARN — Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley opposes the Biden administration’s push to transition the entire federal fleet to electric vehicles. Read more
Northwest Iowa — Indoor track was on the schedule for Tuesday. Read more