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Letters to the Editor

Meskwaki Settlement woman diagnosed with coronavirus

UPDATE: Lindsey Johnson‘s breathing worsened on Sunday and she was sent to the hospital where she is under observation. Lindsey Johnson was one of the first people in Tama County to be diagnosed with COVID-19. She received the diagnosis on Saturday and has been isolated since ...

COVID-19 cases now stand at 14 in Tama County

Note: As news regarding Covid-19 continues to change on a daily basis this article has been updated from the time of deadline.From the last report available on Wednesday, April 1 the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) has been notified of 52 additional positive cases of Iowans with ...

Community Calendar

First Wednesday of every monthIs someone's (past or present) drinking or drug use affecting your life? Maybe Alanon can help! This is a free, anonymous, support group that meets the first Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m., 226 Eldora Road Hudson, IA (In the basement of the Community Church, ...

Union schools aiming for free meals for students

Fellow Knights,Many of you have seen schools providing grab-and-go meals for students in their district and are probably wondering why Union has not made any announcement about offering these meals.I have been working with Tina Hanna, Union's Food Services Directorand the state office. Some of ...

The Wall that Heals- Vietnam Veterans Memorial coming to Meskwaki High School

The Wall That Heals honoring the more than 58,000 service members inscribed on The Wall in Washington D.C., and all who served in Vietnam will be on display at the Meskwaki High School, 1610 305th St., rural Tama, July 2-5. This is the only Iowa stop for the Wall this year.Volunteers are needed ...

Legion / Auxiliary cancels Tama County Government Day

The Tama County American Legion Posts and Auxiliary Units along with our Tama County government officials have cancelled Tama County Government day scheduled for Wednesday, April 8 at the Reinig-Toledo Civic Center this year due to the restrictions placed on social events and the COVID-19 ...

Message from Dysart’s Mayor

Given the current events and the national emergency we all face, our community is prepared to face it together. Dysart will and is prepared to our best ability to help those who need assistance and continue to provide essential city services. Things have moved quickly and this pandemic will ...

-Letters to the Editor-

Letter to the Editor:This time of the year there's a lack of sleep for everyone at my house. Yes, daylight saving's time is one factor, but March through May is 'calving season' on our farm when our mama cows are due to have their babies. And as a cattle farmer that means getting up, putting on ...

Postponement of Relay For Life

Out of an abundance of caution and in the interest of protecting the health of our survivors, caregivers, volunteers and broader community, we are postponing our event which was scheduled for March 29 in Dysart to a future date.When the risk associated with COVID-19 (coronavirus) has subsided, ...