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05/23/2018 - 12:16pm
Sigourney, Iowa- On March 27, 2017, the Sigourney community was rocked to its core when news arrived that Sigourney student Cale Jarmes had been killed in an automobile accident, along with semi-truck driver Joe Snakenberg, of Webster. Jarmes older brother Casey was also injured in that accident. A year has passed since that terrible day, but one thing that isn’t going away is the legacy...
05/10/2018 - 10:54am
The English Valleys boys’ golf team has seen ups and downs all season and continued that on April 30 at Lagos Acres in Keota. They finished in fifth place, putting up a team score of 383.     Cole Stephenson had one of the best scores on the day, in addition to leading his team. He scored a 41 in the front nine and had a 49 on...
05/10/2018 - 10:50am
Clayton Moore has been a consistent leader for the English Valleys boys’ track squad all season and continued to do so at the conference meet in Lynnville-Sully on May 1. Alongside him, many teammates combined to get some quality finishes with seasons end right around the corner.     The best finish of the day was in the 400-...
05/10/2018 - 10:47am
The Tri-County boys’ track team saw some more positive results from one of their leaders, including earning the teams’ lone point, at the SICL conference meet on May 1.     Brayden Monroe competed in three events at the conference meet, one of which he finished in the top-10 and was given one point for Tri-County. His...
05/09/2018 - 8:16am
Sigourney, Iowa- On April 27, Johnathan Walker entered an Alford Plea to felony Willful Injury. As part of a plea agreement, County Attorney John Schroeder will ask at Walker’s July sentencing that he be sentenced to a suspended five-year prison term, and in lieu of prison time, be sentenced to supervised probation. However, Joseph Benardo,...
05/07/2018 - 7:05pm
Oskaloosa, Iowa- Mahaska County Supervisor Mark Doland resigned May 7, effective June 5. The resignation comes after Doland’s residency was called into question by a member the media at a recent county supervisors meeting. A later investigation by the News-Review suggested he may no longer be a resident of Mahaska County. Doland was first...
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