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Articles from the October 6, 2022 edition

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 By Nick Pedley    News    October 6, 2022

Fields aflutter as local farmers get the grain

A relatively ordinary harvest season is a good thing for local farmers, according to Growmark FS agronomist Alic Mohni. "It's been a pretty uneventful," he said. "Some guys are pretty happy, some...

 
 By Nick Pedley    News    October 6, 2022

Lift station replacement project finished in Hartley

An infrastructure upgrade project in Hartley has reached the finish line – sort of, anyway. The new force main and lift station on the city's east side went online last Thursday. The development...

 
 By Nick Pedley    News    October 6, 2022

CC/E board discusses club funding

The popularity of after-school clubs at Clay Central/Everly has the school board mulling funding options. TAG/Reading instructor Lisa Roti gave an update Sept. 28 outlining extracurriclar programs...

 
 By Nick Pedley    News    October 6, 2022

Burn ban list continues to grow

Open burning in Osceola County is prohibited indefinitely following a request granted Friday by the Iowa State Fire Marshal. The ban will be in place until dry and windy conditions dissipate. The...

 

10/06/22: Crime, Courts, Accidents & Incidents

• Traffic In the Sept. 22 issue, Roxann Hoogland was identified as being cited for No Proof of Insurance. She was the payor. The cited party is Francis M. Everetts, of Paullina. Juan Aaron Trujillo Palafox, Tulsa, Okla., No Proof of Insurance;...

 

S-N Editorial

Three months have passed since it was announced Hartley's new pool would never open in 2022. Now the calendar has flipped to October, and the City With a Heart is still treading water waiting for...

 
 By Nick Pedley    Opinion    October 6, 2022

Pedley's Ponderings

You might excuse me for being a bit scatterbrained of late. Our recent move to Hartley, combined with other normal stressors like children and work, have found me feeling quite proud if I remember to...

 

Evans: 2 Iowa care center deaths raise uncomfortable questions about justice

There was a recent news update about two elderly Iowans who wandered away from different care centers last winter and froze to death. There is no question the deaths were horrible tragedies. There is...

 

Jones: Assessing your assessment

It’s that time of the year when property taxes are on the forefront of a lot of people’s minds. Legislators get a lot of questions on property taxes, so let’s go through some of the basics. Let’s start with how and when homes are assessed....

 

United Community Bank joins the fight against breast cancer

United Community Bank has united to fight breast cancer with the American Cancer Society through participation in their UCB Pink & Jeans Days for October Breast Cancer Awareness Month. UCB...

 

10/06/22: Community Calendar

3 specials at Red’s next Wednesday Red’s Catering in downtown Hartley will be serving three specials on Wednesday, Oct. 12. See the ad on Page 5 for more details. Circle of Care begins Oct. 13 Warner Funeral Home in Spencer is again sponsoring...

 

10/06/22: Area Happenings & Accomplishments

2022-23 Community Calendars available New Community Calendars for 2022-23 were distributed to local businesses last Friday. They are available free of charge thanks to participating sponsors listed on the calendar. H-M-S menus Thursday, Oct. 6:...

 

From Our Files

• Oct. 9, 1947 The Hartley library, which had been housed in the Legion Hall since its inauguration, was moving into new quarters in the old post office building. For some time the room in the Legion Hall had been inadequate for the growing needs...

 

Courtney Engeltjes, 29, Everly

A funeral service for Courtney Engeltjes and her newborn daughter, Kasey, was held on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022, at the First Reformed Church in Sanborn, with Rev. Mark Ellens officiating. Memorial Funeral Horne in Sioux Center assisted with the...

 

Joan M. Phelps, 64, Spencer

A funeral service for Joan M. Phelps was held Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Spencer. Father William Schreiber officiated. Interment was in North Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery at Spencer. Warner Funeral Home assisted with...

 

Living up to their reputation

Taking on two rated War Eagle Conference volleyball teams was the challenge for the Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn volleyball team last week, and those teams lived up to their reputations with straight-set vi...

 

They're still the team to beat

Scoring late in the first half and again to begin the third quarter gave West Hancock a definite edge in a battle of ranked Class A football teams. Those touchdowns gave the Eagles a two-score...

 

Making a statement in the standings

Competing in their second races of the week, three Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn cross country runners finished in the Top 20 at the South O'Brien meet on Sept. 29. Bryce Dodge led the Hawk boys with a...

 

Letters: Disputes quote

To the editor: I would like to clarify the “quote” that I did NOT speak regarding the article “Scoreboard replacement offers other benefits” in last week’s newspaper. I was “quoted” as saying, “I think it is still common in our area...

 

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