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Articles from the October 13, 2022 edition

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 By Nick Pedley    News    October 13, 2022

Dousing out fires with dad

Anton and Elly Klein are taking father-daughter bonding to a whole new level. The Kleins joined forces this year on the Hartley Fire Department. This is Anton's third stint with the local crew, but...

 
 By Nick Pedley    News    October 13, 2022

Lot sold in Hartley's new industrial park

Hartley's new industrial park on Highway 18 has a new occupant. Doug Bootsma, owner of Bootsma Storage, recently purchased Lot 5 in the southwest corner of the industrial park for $26,000. He's... Full story

 
 By Nick Pedley    News    October 13, 2022

Hartley receives grant for flood mitigation

Ongoing efforts to mitigate flooding issues in Hartley received a boost recently. City Administrator Erica Haack announced during Monday's council meeting that Hartley received a Building Resilient...

 
 By Nick Pedley    News    October 13, 2022

Hartley's rec trail receives state grant

Members of the Hartley Recreational Trail Committee received a pleasant surprise last week. Gov. Kim Reynolds and the Iowa Economic Development Authority announced Oct. 6 that Hartley was included in...

 

10/13/22: Crime, Courts, Accidents & Incidents

• Traffic Jennifer Larie Jones, Paullina, Seatbelt Violation; Registration Violation. Ryan Michael Kruger, Spencer, Use of Electronic Device. Michael Dean Nasers, Sibley, Speeding. Adriana Rivera Castillo, Des Moines, Permitting Unauthorized...

 

Hartley council members attend municipal training

A pair of Hartley council members recently attended a conference to learn about a vast array of issues affecting Iowa municipalities. Jerry Olson and Mary Westphalen participated in the Iowa League...

 

Rudderless Iowa Dems have little hope

Though many parts of the state are experiencing drought right now, Iowans are wallowing in the mud. It’s election season, which means candidates are throwing everything against the wall that will stick. This state has been a Republican stronghold...

 

Grassley: How I'm working to cut prescription drug costs

As a leading advocate for lowering drug prices in the Senate, I’ve hauled Big Pharma and pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) executives before Congress, led a two-year bipartisan investigation into...

 

10/13/22: Community Calendar

Firemen to canvass Hartley Oct. 24 The Hartley Fire Department will canvass the town during the evening of Monday, Oct. 24, to sell tickets for their annual pancake breakfast on Sunday, Nov. 6. The firemen will be canvassing one week earlier as...

 

10/13/22: Area Happenings & Accomplishments

Beware of third parties charging for military records It has been reported in recent weeks that a third-party company has been charging veterans to record military documents. According to the Iowa...

 

Royal Fire Department teaches CC/E elementary students about fire safety

October boasts a myriad of events that gain our attention: Full moons, harvest, Halloween, Homecomings and autumn in all of its beauty. However, there is one week of the month that deserves pause for...

 

Meet a Maverick: Sarah Rutt

A new school year is well under way at Clay Central/Everly Elementary school, which means it's about time we introduce you to new staff members in "Meet a Maverick." First up is our CC/E second grade...

 

Peggy E. Brunk, 92, Canton, S.D.

Peggy Ellen Brunk passed away on Monday, Sept. 26, 2022 in Omaha, Neb. She was born on Sept. 14, 1930 in Hartley, to William and Alice (Muilenburg) Gathman. She was a registered nurse and a loving...

 

Rev. Duane A. Jalas, 76, Hartley

A memorial service for Rev. Duane A. Jalas was held Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Hartley. Pastor Chris Nitzel officiated. Pallbearers were Ben Jalas, Abram Jalas, Jordan Jalas, Matt Schimmer, Dale Amendt and David...

 

From Our Files

• Oct. 16, 1947 Painter’s Tavern located north of the Capitol Theatre was purchased by Phil Stell, of Michigan, who was to take possession on Nov. 1. Will Mohr accepted a position as assistant manager in the Valley City, N.D. plant of the Land O...

 

Getting ready for the big finish

The cross country meet hosted by George-Little Rock/Central Lyon has traditionally been a "tune up" for Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn runners before the War Eagle Conference and state qualifying meets later...

 

Same place, different results

After squeaking out close wins in the first two sets, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn completed a sweep of Harris-Lake Park in War Eagle Conference volleyball play. The Hawks won the Oct. 4 match at Lake Park...

 

Everybody gets into the act

Contributions in all three phases added up to a dominating performance by Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn in a 55-20 win at Hinton. H-M-S kept its Class A District 1 record unblemished at 5-0 with the win on...

 

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