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09/19/2018 - 10:46am

A true treasure was recently discovered at the Eagle Grove Historical Museum. A letter to N. A. Joberg from Watler Cronkite in regards to the death of 1939 Eagle Grove High School graduate Harold R. Christensen, a Lieutenant of the Army Air Corp (now called the Air Force).

Christensen flew a B-17 bomber in WWII and had served his country for one year and three months before being shot...

09/12/2018 - 11:20am
Eighteen business and community leaders, business owners, and volunteers gathered on Thursday, Sept. 7 in Clarion to discuss how Wright County can make themselves a community of choice. Jim Thomson of Iowa Economic Development and the Iowa Downtown Resource Center for the State of Iowa started off the meeting by saying, “People choose where...
09/12/2018 - 11:18am
Last Thursday, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig stopped by Wright County to tour various agricultural points of interest in the area. This was part of Naig’s goal to visit all 99 of Iowa’s counties. Secretary Naig’s first stop was at Prairie Energy Electric Cooperative just outside of Clarion. After lunch was served,...
09/12/2018 - 10:49am
This Saturday, Sept. 15, the Brushy Creek Honor Flight will take off on their 17th trip to Washington, D.C., carrying area Veterans to see monuments, memorials, and share memories. The committee is hoping you - the public - will join them in celebrating their service during the send-off (flight leaves the Fort Dodge Regional Airport at 6:45 a.m.)...
09/05/2018 - 1:35pm
The Eagles versus Cowboys rivalry’s latest edition last Friday resulted in a 49-0 win by the visitors. The Cowboys opened up a first quarter lead and stayed in control from there. Joel Mendoza was the leading rusher with 61 yards on 22 totes of the ball. Nick Halverson had two carries for 38 yards, Jake Darland 11 carries for 37 yards and...
09/05/2018 - 11:14am
Being a new mom can be a very scary and stressful time even when a woman is looking forward to her new baby. This hectic time can be made even more difficult if a family faces some difficult times and is worried about having enough support before and after the baby arrives. Luckily, a program offered through the Wright County Public Health...
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