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05/23/2018 - 7:56pm

The possibility of a proposed dog park at Jaycee Park was discussed at length at this past Monday’s meeting of the Eagle Grove City Council, with members also giving their results of informal surveys they took themselves. In the end, it looks like it will become a reality.

According to Bob Torkelson, the Park/Rec Board reviewed the project and are in favor of it. There is a member...

05/02/2018 - 4:25pm
The rescheduled Umstead/Lady Eagle relays were held last Saturday as a co-ed meet, with Humboldt taking the title with 138 points. They were followed by: Lake Mills 64, Clarion- Goldfi eld-Dows 63, Nashua-Plainfi eld 54, Eagle Grove 53, West Hancock 27, Forest City 19 and Newman Catholic 15. Highlights included a second place fi nish by Hunter...
04/18/2018 - 11:34am
After seeing their entire fi rst week fall victim to the weather, the Eagle Grove boys track & fi eld team fi nally found enough decent conditions to compete at Humboldt last Thursday. The host Wildcats won the varsity competition with 165.5 points, followed in order by Forest City with 157, Webster City with 144.5, Clear Lake with 65.5, Eagle...
04/05/2018 - 4:46pm
-At this past Monday’s meeting of the Eagle Grove City Council, members approved the appointment of I&S Group as engineers for drainage district #15, and authorized them to prepare a preliminary report for the repair and/or improvement of the drain tile. The County Board of Supervisors are also regarded as the drainage district trustees...
03/14/2018 - 1:49pm
The Eagle decided to sit down with several city leaders to help explain the process of preparing a typical new budget, specifically this upcoming fiscal year’s document, along with answering a few questions about the 2018-19 final numbers. Included in the discussion where Mayor Sandra McGrath, City Administrator Bryce Davis and Chief...
03/14/2018 - 1:44pm
The final Eagle Grove boys basketball stats for this season show two players hitting for double digits averages, four of them in the top six of stat categories for the Top of Iowa-West games only. The team finished 11-11 overall, with an 8-8 record in conference play. Forest City and Garner-Hayfield/Ventura tied for the division title at 14-2,...
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