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Union headed to state championship game

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Union is headed back to Cedar Falls for the Class 2A state title game after a 49-28 win over Mount Vernon in the semifinal.The Union Knights struck first and last. The defense created five turnovers versus the Mt. Vernon scoring machine. Isaiah Vaughan erupted for 397 yards and five touchdowns ...

Cortlyn Evaan Cooper

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Cortlyn Evaan Cooper was born at Allen Hospital on Tuesday, September 13 at 8:17 am to Ryan and Karina Cooper of Traer. Cortlyn came into the world weighing 8 pounds 4 ounces and at a length of 20 1/2 inches long. Cortlyn was welcomed home by her three very proud big brothers Cole, Cayd and ...

Hora-Machacek held sewing day

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Hora-Machacek Legion Auxiliary held a sewing day on Tuesday, November 1st. Day began at 9am tearing and sewing strips and rolling into carpet balls for rug weaving for IVH in Marshalltown. Those helping were: Lillian Dostal, Linda Dvorak, Pauline Sienknecht, Eileen Hora, Margaret Babinat, ...

Tama County to remember attack on Pearl Harbor

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Two events in connection with the 75th anniversary of the Japanese attack (Sunday, December 7, 1941) at Pearl Harbor, Hawaiian Islands have been planned for Tama County.On Wednesday, December 7, 2016, the Tama County Museum located at 200 North Broadway Street in Toledo will be open extended ...

Kubik-Finch meeting Nov. 15

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Kubik-Finch Unit # 142 of Traer will hold their monthly meeting on Tuesday, November 15 at 7 p.m. in the Traer Memorial Building. Please bring unwrapped new teddy bears for the Teddy Bear Round-Up. Hostesses are Joan Dunlavey and Elaine Fink.

North Tama presents ‘Little Women’ this weekend

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North Tama is proud to present Little Women. Please come and join Jo and the March family through their journey during the Civil War. Madi Finical stars as "Jo" and takes us through an exciting journey of growing up and making friends with Izie Moores who stars as "Teddy." The cast would love ...

Seniors to host potluck dinner Nov. 15

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The Dysart Senior Citizens will meet on Tuesday, November 15 for a pot luck dinner at noon in the Community Building. Bring your own table service and a dish to share. The Baptists will do the coffee and clean up.500 is played after lunch. Everyone is welcome. If you need help to carry your ...

Dunlaps earn September Yard of the Month

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The Yard of the Month award for the month of September went to Craig and Julie Dunlap at 905 Blaine Street. The award is sponsored by the Dysart Development Corporation in an effort to recognize the good yard-keeping practices which keep the town of Dysart looking beautiful.Craig Dunlap does ...

Fall tree planting at Dysart City Park

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Over sixty family members and Dysart Tree Board members met in the Dysart city Park on Friday, October 21st, to plant trees. Most of the trees were planted in the vicinity of the new pavilion-gazebo in the southwest section of the park. The new trees planted there will complement the landscape ...

Union vocalists perform at state tourney

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Over the last 17 years, the Union High School Vocal Department has become a regular participant at, oddly enough, all of the state athletic finals. They are not there for their prowess on the field and court but the quality of their voices. That's right, Union will again be performing the ...