My hands are often clumsy. I seem to drop things all the time. Thankfully, most of the time the things I drop are not breakable – simple things like a pencil, my keys or a book.
More than $1.3 million will be spent this summer for an electrical distribution project, sanitary sewer project and construction of a new well in West Bend.
Since 2014, the Don J. Whittemore Endowment Fund has provided more than $39,824 in grants for nonprofit groups in Whittemore.
Contracts were awarded to Bolton and Menk and Hawkeye Environmental to continue demolition of the Mallard school building in the West Bend-Mallard School District.
Nineteen eighth grade girls from Algona and Bishop Garrigan schools were honored recently at the annual STEM event sponsored by the Algona branch of the American Association of University Women.
Soroptomist International of Algona presented a Soroptomist Live Your Dream award to Ally Klee to help improve her economic situation. The award ceremony was held in March.
On Wednesday, April 25, the senior boys and girls from Algona High School and Bishop Garrigan High School listened to speakers talk about the importance of staying safe while being on their own in
The city of Algona reached a settlement regarding a lawsuit filed two and one-half years ago by the Hollister Farrell estate.
Ensembles from the Algona High School Music Department participated in the State Large Group Festival at Algona High School on Friday, May 3.
By the slimmest margin of one point, the Algona Bulldog girls track squad reclaimed the North Central Conference title on May 2 on their home track.