Robert Maharry

08/15/2018 - 7:19am

JoAnn and Arnold Ennenga know they’re caught in an uphill battle against one of Conrad’s oldest, largest and most revered employers—a place they themselves both worked for decades—but they aren’t going down without a fight.

           

Mrs. Ennenga led a group of five neighboring residents and...

08/15/2018 - 7:14am
Alysa Fettkether finds writing a cathartic form of therapy, a way to document her surroundings and unleash her feelings while she navigates life as a high school student. But as of last week, it’s also helping her financially: the Dike-New Hartford junior-to-be will receive a $500 scholarship from the United Nations Education, Scientific and...
08/15/2018 - 7:03am
When Carson Hoffman ships off to basic training in a few years, he won’t harbor any illusions about what he’s getting himself into: after completing sea cadet training at Camp Dodge in Johnston in late June and early July, he’ll be well prepared, to say the least.           ...
08/15/2018 - 6:58am
Barring a miraculous turn of events, Kim Reynolds is going to win her first elected term as governor in November and continue to do most of the things she’s doing now, and the Democrats are going to wonder aloud why they always manage to squander golden opportunities and find new ways to lose. Well, it doesn’t take a political...
08/15/2018 - 6:55am
Rest assured, the Hell’s Angels or the Sons of Silence weren’t gathering for a meet up along Main Street in Conrad on Friday morning. It was just a group of about 25 guys and gals honoring a brother, son and friend who left them too soon.             For the 11th straight year, the...
08/08/2018 - 8:41am
A rural Grundy Center man who has been convicted of Domestic Abuse Assault on three prior occasions in Tama and Grundy Counties has been charged yet again after an argument that allegedly turned physical on July 30.             According to a police report, a 911 caller reported the Kamakani...
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