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11/16/2018 - 5:00pm

CEDAR FALLS – As the final seconds ticked away on Dike-New Hartford football's season, the Wolverines could hold their heads high, even in defeat.

 

There were certainly tears and stoic faces on Dike-New Hartford's sideline after the Wolverines' quest for a Class 1A title came up short in a 52-38 loss to West Sioux in the championship game.

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11/07/2018 - 3:08pm
Downtown Grundy Center will soon undergo a transformation, as construction crews set to work on the long-awaited Downtown Revitalization Facade project.   Ten downtown buildings are participating in the project, which will renovate the storefronts, including new windows and doors, masonry, exterior painting, signage and awning installations...
11/07/2018 - 9:11am
In Alabama, it’s Bear Bryant, and in Los Angeles, it’s John Wooden. Here in Iowa, Dan Gable has cemented himself among the all-time great college coaches in any sport, and he wasn’t a bad athlete either.             Gable stopped in Conrad on Sunday afternoon to promote his...
11/07/2018 - 1:10am
Amidst excitement bordering on fervor, a higher than usual turnout for a midterm and all of the usual proclamations about “the most important election of our lifetime,” Grundy County remained a Republican stronghold on Tuesday—even as the Democrats won back seats in two of Iowa’s four Congressional districts. Incumbent...
11/02/2018 - 9:16pm
TRURO – Check another one off Dike-New Hartford football's to-do list.   And check one off for Don Betts, too.   The D-NH head coach took a rare selfie with his team to celebrate the Wolverines' 37-0 victory over Interstate 35 in a Class 1A state quarterfinal clash in Truro on Friday night.   "I've maybe taken...
11/01/2018 - 8:30am
Some big changes could be coming to the Grundy Center Chamber of Commerce and Main Street Grundy Center organizations, as the two groups are in talks about a possible merger to create a combined Chamber-Main Street organization.   The Board of Directors for the Grundy Center Chamber of Commerce will meet at Kling Memorial Library at noon on...
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