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Articles from the February 24, 2022 edition

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Striking out on their own

With interest in the sport continuing to rise, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn will establish its own bowling program starting with the 2022-23 season. The decision came after information presented to the...

 

Code revision nears completion in Royal

Approval of the 2022 Royal code of ordinances moved one step closer toward completion as the council approved the second reading on Feb. 9. As has been the case during much of the revision process, the only matter of concern during the public hearing...

 
 By Nick Pedley    News    February 24, 2022

Freeing of the funds

A chunk of change that previously perplexed the Everly City Council will be able to move more easily soon. City Clerk Kristi Fliss reported Monday that restrictions on funds from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) would be loosened soon....

 
 By Nick Pedley    News    February 24, 2022

Eminent domain bill dead

A bill that would have effectively killed a controversial pipeline project in Iowa died last week in Des Moines. Senate File 2160, which would have gutted the Iowa Utilities Board's (IUB) power to...

 

02/24/22: Crime, Courts, Accidents & Incidents

• Traffic Sarah Ann Robinson, Sioux City, Speeding. Vicente Neaves, Sioux City, No Valid Driver’s License. Austen John Gonnerman, Sanborn, Safety Regulations Violation. Benjamin Scott Abel, Lincoln, Neb., Use of Electronic Device. Tiffani Rose...

 

02/24/22: Community Calendar

Hot pork at Red’s Red’s Catering in downtown Hartley will be serving hot pork on Wednesday, March 2 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Pick up in the front. See the ad on Page 3 for more details. Bald Eagle Watch is must-attend event The O’Brien County...

 

02/24/22: Area Happenings & Accomplishments

HHS Reunion Committee needs addresses The Hartley High School Reunion Committee needs address and updates from several classes. If the committee does not have them by March 5, it will not be sending...

 

S-N Editorial

Rural Iowa has many rich traditions, but very few have an impact quite like our local FFA chapters. This week more than 600,000 FFA members across the country are observing National FFA Week. The annual celebration allows communities to laud their...

 

Letters: CO2 pipelines trample on constitutional rights

To the editor: While the first of many CO2 investment companies are poised to seek a permit from the Iowa Utilities Board, several Iowa lawmakers refuse to meet with landowners to discuss concerns about the misuse of eminent domain. Legislators say...

 

Letters: Safety big concern with new CO2 pipelines

To the editor: I would like to express my objection to the CO2 pipelines in Osceola, O’Brien, Clay and Dickinson counties. I have 17 easements (natural gas, above and underground electrical, water fire line, rural water, etc.). Only one of these...

 

Q&A with Sen. Grassley: Crack pipes shouldn't be subsidized by federal gov't

Q: What’s up with the Biden administration’s alleged proposal to hand out crack pipes?...

 

H-M-S alumnus wins Iowa STEM Teacher Award

A Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn alumnus was recently named one of six winners of the Iowa STEM Teacher Award. Kristen Recher, a 2011 H-M-S graduate, earned the honor in the South Central Region of Iowa....

 

BVU, H-M-S schools unite in strategic partnership

Buena Vista University and the Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Community School District have united in a strategic partnership, working together to create opportunities within their local communities. This...

 

Pheasants Forever hosts banquet

Last weekend's Clay County Pheasants Forever banquet was a huge success as the group reclaimed the in-person event after a brief hiatus during the pandemic. The banquet was well attended with every...

 

From Our Files

• Feb. 27, 1947 Firefighting equipment and a large crowd of spectators were drawn to Lage’s D-X station, just east of the Hartley Creamery, by a small fire in a storage building adjacent to the station. Large quantities of smoke billowed from...

 

Shirley M. Holz, 86, Sanborn

A memorial service for Shirley M. Holz was held Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022, at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Sanborn. Pastor Joseph Bangert officiated. Pallbearers were Joshua Holz, Timothy Holz, Jacob Holz, Andrew Holz, Eric Gieser, Sean Miller,...

 

Muriel L. "Myrt" Boyles, 95, Spencer

Services for Muriel L. “Myrt” Boyles will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 28, 2022, at Hope Lutheran Church in Everly, with Pastor Dan Taylor officiating. Pallbearers are Wes Schoorman, Ben Boyles, Ryan Reed and Josh Overbeck. Interment will...

 

It was a wild one

With 1.7 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, Trinity Christian had their hottest shooter at the foul line to attempt two shots that would break a 50-50 tie and possibly end Ha...

 

Generals are commanding in regional quarterfinal

What a difference a change of venue and the stakes involved made when the Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn and Sibley-Ocheyedan girls' basketball teams met for the second time. With the exception of the third q...

 

District semifinal is 'a real grind'

"It's a tough way to end the season." That's how Hawk coach Naet Hoaglund summed up Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn's 62-22 loss to Remsen St. Mary's in a Class 1A boys' district semifinal on Feb. 17. H-M-S...

 

3 days of accomplishments

The 2022 state wrestling tournament in Des Moines provided Okoboji/HMS qualifier Nick Bronstad with opportunities to improve upon his eighth-place finish as a junior as well as record some personal ac...

 

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