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08/08/2019 - 12:35pm

The Eagle Grove varsity baseball team finished the 2019 season with a 2-23 overall record, and placed two players on the allconference list. Freshman Thomas Matthes was named to the 2nd Team, while senior Nick Halverson earned an Honorable Mention spot.

The young Eagles had 512 total at-bats to produce 66 total runs on 118 total hits. Among those were 17 doubles and five triples. A...

07/19/2019 - 12:25pm
After getting on a nice roll at the end of the season schedule, the Eagle Grove softball team saw their season end abruptly last Monday, July 8 at Belmond in an 11-5 loss to the Broncos. While they had some good offensive moments, the purple & gold just couldn’t seem to string enough together to offset costly mistakes on the other side...
07/19/2019 - 12:21pm
Fort Dodge resident Lynn Anderson does around eight to 10 county fairs a year with his chainsaw artist skills, but admits to especially liking the Wright County Fair as he returned for his third appearance this year. “I have family in the area, and they have shown livestock for years,” said Anderson, who is the manager of a grain...
07/10/2019 - 3:32pm
The Eagle Grove softball team continues to play their best ball now as regionals begin this week (by the time you read this). They will also ride a fourgame win streak following a 9-2 win last Friday at South Central Calhoun. Cali Schultz ripped a double in the first inning and later scored the first run. In the third, Schultz again led with a...
07/04/2019 - 11:06am
With the start of the regional tournament drawing ever closer, the Eagle Grove softball team is starting to find their groove in playing better ball the past few games. They have won two of their last four, and are finding a bit more offensive production even in the losses. Last Monday, June 24, they lost a tight 9-8 home makeup game with...
06/27/2019 - 11:34am
In the absence of mayor Sandy McGrath, mayor pro-tem Mike Weland presided over the regular session council meeting on Monday, June 17th. The bulk of the short agenda dealt with street repairs, as final plans and specs for the 2019 project were reviewed and discussed. City Administrator Bryce Davis went over some of the details. Northwest Sixth...
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