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Santa and Mrs. Claus visited Westbrook Saturday

Posted December 11, 2019 at 8:17 pm

WWG — This young toddler seemed to be unafraid of Santa Claus who must have seemed like a giant to him.( Photo/Tom Merchant)

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    Medical care across the miles

    Gary VanWinkle hadn’t even heard of IgA nephropathy until the day he was diagnosed with it about six years ago.

    “I didn’t know it, but I was really tired and didn’t have a lot of energy,” VanWinkle says. “I didn’t realize I even had an issue until I had my first kidney stone, and then I ended up being in the hospital for it.”

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    Council held Truth in Taxation meeting


    WESTBROOK — Prior to the regular council meeting the council held a Truth in Taxation meeting. The meeting is held every year by local units of government such as cities, schools and counties. The meeting is to inform the public about how the government units set their budget levies. City Clerk Katie Steen explained various parts of city

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    Santa dropped in at open house

    Bank President Don Hansen, left, and CEO/Cashier Doug Hansen, right, are not too old to sit on Santa’s lap during Currie State Bank’s annual Christmas open house. (Photo/Submitted)

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    Santa Enjoyed Visiting with Children in Dovray

    Connor Jackels came prepared to see Santa on Saturday. He brought a sports magazine with the needed information so Santa would give him a specific coyote snare he wanted for trapping. (Photo/Carolyn Van Loh)

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    One Nation Club held annual Hmong New Year Celebration


    WWG — Last Monday afternoon the One Nation Club presented their very popular celebration honoring the Hmong New Year. After introducing the officers of the club, they presented several talent acts starting off with a Hmong dance group performing in traditional Hmong costumes.

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    Storden American Legion Post 391 notes 100 years

    Posted December 4, 2019 at 9:40 pm

    On December 2, 1919, a group of Storden area men, Great War veterans, gathered at what was then the high school. That building no longer stands. Today the property, 317 America Street, is owned by Sharon Grams. The group’s

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    Winterfest 2019

    Posted December 3, 2019 at 5:02 pm


    Despite the unfavorable weather, another fabulous Winterfest is in the books. Because of the snow and rain in Larchwood Saturday,

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    Music Debut

    Posted December 3, 2019 at 4:59 pm


    It isn’t every day that a small town in northwest Iowa gets to be the backdrop for a music

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    Thanksgiving in America

    Posted November 27, 2019 at 6:03 pm


    Thanksgiving us upon us, and even as people are busy preparing–either to host or be guests, take a few moments to think about the holiday

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