Kim Demory

12/12/2019 - 1:05pm

Dance has been a part of Ann Sampson’s life for years.  Her passion grew for the performing art as part of the Pocahontas Area High School when she was a teenager.  In 1993, as an adult resident of the Eagle Grove area, she found her way back to dance, but this time not as the dancer...as the coach.  

After moving to Eagle Grove, Sampson noticed the high school had...

11/21/2019 - 12:22pm
Justin Jensen, Regional Director for Senator Joni Ernst’s office, was in Eagle Grove last week to talk with the public about issues that are on their mind. His mission is to collect this data and return it to the Senator so she can know what topics are important to the people of the state, even when she doesn’t have time to be...
11/21/2019 - 12:19pm
If you could make a difference in a child’s life in only 90 minutes a month, would you do it? That’s exactly what the Lead and Learn program at Eagle Grove Elementary is accomplishing...one student, and one volunteer at a time. In its fourth year of existence, this mentoring program was begun by Alana Alt, elementary Title 1 and ELL...
11/14/2019 - 3:50pm
For more than 16 years, the Eagle Grove Area School District has been hosting a Veterans Day program to honor our local heroes. Each year, they have invited a distinguished guest to speak during the ceremony. Some of those have included former EGHS graduates who joined the military, retired Veterans, and even the director of the Brushy Creek Honor...
11/14/2019 - 3:42pm
For many couples, one of the best parts of planning a wedding is also planning a honeymoon. Some couples dream of going to a warm, tropical destination; others dream of seeing a new country. Heidi (Ehen) Radkiewcz got both - but not exactly where she thought it would be. She spent her honeymoon in Baghdad...deployed with her military husband, Jake...
11/14/2019 - 3:39pm
“We started this Veterans Day program about 16 or 18 years ago...because we didn’t think our students really understood the sacrifices our Veterans have made,” said Robert Blue Middle School Principal Scott Jeske during the ceremony on Monday, Nov. 11. From the posters on the walls, and the essays that were written about Veterans...
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