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PORK MONTH: From the Editor's Kitchen

I watch a lot of YouTube cooking videos. I'd like to claim all these hours spent staring at a screen have made me a better cook, but that would be a lie. Sometimes, though, I'm able to plate a few...

 

PORK MONTH: H-M-S alum reflects on time with IPPA

If Paige Dagel could do it again, she probably would. The rural Sanborn native recently wrapped up a year of service with the Iowa Pork Producers Association (IPPA) Youth Leadership Team. She spent...

 

10/20/22: 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...

 

10/20/22: Area Happenings & Accomplishments

Spencer Hospital shares new visitor, masking guidelines In accordance with new recommendations from the CDC, Spencer Hospital has updated its visitor policy and mask protocols effective immediately....

 

Selected to sing in honor choir

Audra Vollink, a sixth grader at Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Middle School, has been selected for the 36th annual Opus Honor Choir Festival. Approximately 3,000 students were nominated by their directors...

 

CC/E students get out the vote

Clay Central/Everly's 4-6 grade students recently learned what it takes to run for office, as they geared up to run for student council. Royal Mayor Josh Toft came to the school to discuss how...

 

From Our Files

• Oct. 23, 1947 A.C. Hoper, of Harrison Township, was named Farm Bureau president of Osceola County at the organization’s annual meeting. He replaced Ferd Jarrot, of Ocheyedan, who had served as president of the county farm bureau for eight...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

09/29/22: Community Calendar

Grounded closed Grounded in Hartley will be closed until further notice. See the ad on Page 5 for more details. 2 specials at Red’s next Wednesday Red’s Catering in downtown Hartley will be serving two specials on Wednesday, Oct. 5. See the ad...

 

09/29/22: Area Happenings & Events

H-M-S Backpack Program seeks donations Organizers of the Kids' Backpack Program at Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn are once again helping local children in need this year by providing a backpack full of food...

 

From Our Files

• Oct. 2, 1947 Mrs. R.W. Hoper left Omaha, Neb. on a special train for Los Angeles, Calif., where she was a delegate to the Supreme P.E.O. Convention. She also planned to visit in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fisher and family, at...

 

Bits 'n Pieces

Every year I write about the fair and how amazing it is. How cherished and beloved it remains. How you'll be hard-pressed to find something that captivates nearly every fair-goer and entices every...

 

09/22/22: Community Calendar

Clean-up day in Hartley is Monday Residents in Hartley will be able to get rid of a variety of items on Monday, Sept. 26 during the city’s fall clean-up day. The city will pick up an equivalent of a two-yard dumpster free of charge per residence. A...

 

09/22/22: Area Happenings & Accomplishments

Named to DMACC summer dean’s list Gavin Morton, of Everly, has been named to the summer semester Dean’s List at Des Moines Area Community College. Morton is a Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology student. To be...

 

09/15/22: Community Calendar

Community Calendar dates due today The Community Calendar for the communities of Hartley, Melvin and May City will be distributed again this year. Clubs and organizations wishing to list their meeting dates are asked to bring or send them to The...

 

09/15/22: Area Happenings & Accomplishments

Shows champion Charolais at Iowa State Fair RFK Cattle, of Hartley, showed the Champion Percentage Junior Female during the Charolais Cattle Show at the Iowa State Fair. Other awards earned by RFK...

 

Questers Club honors Johnson for 4-H historic project

Spencer's Romanzo A. Coates Questers Club recently recognized and honored Derek Johnson, a fifth-grade student at Clay Central/Everly Elementary School, with the 4-H Preservation and Restoration...

 

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