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Spirit Lake Presbyterian Church Service Sunday at 10:30 a.m., 88.1 FM Radio, Live Facebook. Adult and Children Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. All welcome. Pastor Dick Poppen speaks on KWAT radio Sunday … more
November 30, 1911 Blood hounds were employed last week in Huron to track a thief who had stolen some meat from a market. As a result of the work of the hounds, Wm. Kettleson was arrested, but the … more
Last week, families had the opportunity to participate in Read 'n Roll at Iroquois School. The elementary student council served juice, coffee and rolls while parents, grandparents and children read … more
Dec. 11 is a big day for the members of the Iroquois Community, and everyone is invited to take part in all the activities. • The fifth-grade class of Iroquois Elementary … more
The Kingsbury County Commissioners met via Zoom Monday to approve a resolution to sponsor four grant applications to be submitted by Kingsbury Electric Cooperative. The total amount of grant money … more
Last year’s Kingsbury County Snow Queen Festival, sponsored by the Progressive Community Women (PCW) of Lake Preston, was cancelled at the last minute amongst COVID concerns and limited … more
If someone broke into your house and assaulted your family members, what would you do? If you are like most people, you would defend your family and do whatever it takes to subdue the intruder. Your … more
The Kingsbury County Board of County Commissioners met Nov. 16 in regular session. The meeting lasted four and a half hours. An item that was tabled from the September 7 meeting was again addressed. … more
Saturday is Small Business Saturday! Celebrate by shopping small and supporting the local businesses in our community! more
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and I’m especially excited for this holiday and the busy weekend following. Most of our plans have been made in advance, but we’re still working on some of … more
The Kingsbury County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) met Monday evening in the basement of the Sheriff’s office. Representatives were from the Kingsbury County Sheriff’s Office and Fire … more
James Schmidt, author of “One Man’s Grief and a Long Walk,” will be at Ward’s Store on Nov. 27 to talk about his book. Schmidt, who lost his first wife to cancer, has written this book to … more
10 YEARS AGO November 23, 2011 The first snowfall of the season did not deter the nearly 60 vendors from the area who brought their wares to the annual craft show at the National Guard Armory … more
SUPERIOR— Seniors Cody Aughenbaugh, Josiah Bachelle, Kennadi Buchholz, Bella Kretzschmar, Camryn Schmidt more
10 YEARS AGO November 23, 2011 Kimberly Cleveland was named Kingsbury County Snow Queen at the 56th annual festival held on Sun., Nov. 20. She was chosen from a group of twenty area teens dressed in … more
Our featured resident this month is Helen Jones. Jones was born on a farm near Hetland on January 12, 1935, to Kenneth and Hazel Hesby; she is the only living sibling left. She had two brothers, … more
We tend to take them for granted or wish that they were thinner or more attractive, but our bodies are really pretty amazing. Here are some facts, although some a little bazaar, that should give us … more
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