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The Humboldt/Dakota City Chamber of Commerce have voted to dissolve the organization effective Dec. 31, following a vote last week. The lighted parade, which has been planned for Saturday, Nov. 30, will go on as planned. That will be the final Chamber-sanctioned activity in the community. Any outstanding Chamber Bucks will need to be redeemed at local businesses by Dec. 31.
Thursday, November 21, 2019
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The Board of Directors of the Humboldt-Dakota City Chamber of Commerce voted on Tuesday night, Nov. 12, to dissolve the organization effective Dec. 31. In a letter to members, the board said: “We regret to inform you that due to a decrease in the number of memberships of the Humboldt-Dakota City... + continue reading

Christie Vitzthum (left) and Jan Bratland (right) are pictured in one of the new patient exam rooms in the UnityPoint Clinic at Humboldt County Memorial Hospital.Humboldt Independent photo.
Thursday, November 21, 2019
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By KENT THOMPSON When Humboldt County Memorial Hospital (HCMH) holds an open house this Sunday to celebrate its new expansion, people will see not only a modern and expanded space for patient care, they will see the largest building project in Humboldt County’s history, in terms of size... + continue reading

Robert “Buck” Nelton is the new owner of Buck’s Back Seat Diner in Humboldt. The restaurant is open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday. Humboldt Independent photo.
Thursday, November 21, 2019
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The new owner of Back Seat Diner in Humboldt brings a wealth of experience with him. Robert “Buck” Nelton of Algona took over from Jeff Davis on Oct. 30. The name has changed to Buck’s Back Seat Diner. “It’s the same operation, just a different owner. The name is the only change right... + continue reading

Workers from Sande Construction battle wind chills only slightly above zero on Monday as they level rock in front of Humboldt Mutual Insurance for more concrete pours expected with warmer days ahead. Humboldt Independent photo by Kent Thompson.
Thursday, November 14, 2019
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By KENT THOMPSON When the Humboldt Downtown Revitalization project started this past summer, it was known that it was going to take a lot of cooperation among the parties involved. Will someone please get the word out to Mother Nature. The weather has been the one wild card that while... + continue reading
Thursday, November 14, 2019
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Merlin Fort has decided to put up his Christmas lights one more time. This will be the 35th year for the Christmas light display located on 2nd Street South in Dakota City. The 90-year-old had said last year would be the last year he put up the 100,000 plus light display. “I just thought if I’m... + continue reading

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