Les Houser

10/18/2017 - 11:48am

I’m sure many of us have enjoyed delicious Iowa pork at our dinner tables. Whether it’s chops, loin, ribs or roast you simply can’t go wrong with the flavor and quality. And who doesn’t enjoy bacon or ham for breakfast. But have you stopped to wonder what it takes to bring that product to your table? It doesn’t just come from the grocery store, as it takes the...

10/18/2017 - 11:46am
At this past Monday’s meeting of the Eagle Grove City Council, members were presented a memorandum from city attorney Brett Legvold regarding the question of oversight of the City’s Police Department. It was brought to his attention that there was a lack of clarity, and Legvold stated that ultimately the language used in the City...
10/18/2017 - 10:39am
After last Friday’s 40-27 win for Eagle Grove at Ogden, coupled with Madrid’s win over Manson NW Webster, the scenario is set for this Friday and the Eagles clear path to the playoffs. A win over South Hamilton puts them in the big dance as the runner-up in 1A, District 6 behind district champ Van Meter, while a loss means the season...
10/18/2017 - 10:35am
The Eagle Grove varsity volleyball team lost on the road to Paton Churdan by scores of 25-12, 25-21 and 25-20. Team serving was a 79.6 percent, with Kenzie Crail going 12 of 16 (one ace). Sadie Stuhr was 9 of 9, Laine Morgan 7 of 8 and Hannah Beecher 5 of 7. Hallie Jeske was 4 of 5 (one), Cali Schultz 2 of 2, Natalie Vrba 2 of 4, Michelle Mericle...
10/12/2017 - 9:29am
The organizational meeting for the Eagle Grove Board of Education was held this past Monday at the district office, with director’s Jon Rowan and Erin Halverson given the oath of office for another term. Following that, both were re-elected to their positions as president and vice president, respectively. The Board again adopted Robert...
10/12/2017 - 9:19am
The Eagle Grove girls cross country team made a fine showing at their home Dick Bell Invitational last Tuesday, taking third in class B. Emmetsburg was team champion with 51 points, followed closely by Newman Catholic at 53 points. The Eagles had 60 points, and were followed by: West Fork 84, Bishop Garrigan 123, Belmond-Klemme 170 and North Iowa...
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