When Bryce Capesius receives his diploma during Bishop Garrigan High School graduation on Sunday, May 12, many emotions will run through his mind.
A Friday afternoon groundbreaking ceremony signified the start of the Bishop Garrigan chapel project.
Author Gail Kittleson has written several books in her Women of the Heartland series featuring women who made a contribution to World War II despite obstacles in their lives.
Algona Community Development Director Jacob Tjaden hopes to attract more housing opportunities in order to spur local economic growth.
Every year, Honor Flights give wartime veterans the opportunity to fly to Washington, D.C., for a day to experience the monuments and memorials.
Local cancer survivors and their caregivers will take the celebratory first lap at the annul American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Kossuth event on June 14 at the Kossuth County Fairgrounds.
Algona High School graduation is Sunday, May 19. A total of 98 students will walk across the stage that day.
Once again I find myself in a time warp.
Happy Spring! With the thoughts of warm weather and sunshine, preparations are underway for all of the summer events that will bring people to Algona.
The Iowa Legislature's efforts to limit property tax revenue growth depends on one large variable – taxpayers.
You know – you.