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St. Mary sixth graders front row (l to r): Michael Illg, Tyler Paterson, Colby Caquelin, Kennedy Payer and Angela Axness. Second row: Erin Wittrock, Emma Reigelsberger, Darby DeWinter, Livvy Becker, Haley Satern, Laura Vaverek, Gus Zweibohmer and Noel Hamand. Third row: teacher Katie Phillips, Will Orness, Kaleb McCullough, Sam Bohan, Kelly Manz, Cayden Gascho, Kaydence Dugan and Brody Paterson.
Thursday, January 19, 2017
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By Jeff Gargano Sixth grade students at St. Mary School in Humboldt have been collecting items to give to children who are in the hospital. Named “Brave Bags,” the plan is to fill each bag with age appropriate items ranging from crayons and coloring books to new stuffed animals to nail... + continue reading

Sixth grade students from St. Mary School are collecting items to give to children who are hospitalized as part of what they are calling their “Brave Bag” project. Items can be donated at the school until Jan. 27. Pictured with some of the donated items are, front row (l to r): Michael Illg, Tyler Paterson, Colby Caquelin, Kennedy Payer and Angela Axness. Second row: Erin Wittrock, Emma Reigelsberger, Darby DeWinter, Livvy Becker, Haley Satern, Laura Vaverek, Gus Zweibohmer and Noel Hamand. Third row: teacher Katie Phillips, Will Orness, Kaleb McCullough, Sam Bohan, Kelly Manz, Cayden Gascho, Kaydence Dugan and Brody Paterson. See this photo and more at www.humboldtnews.com.
Thursday, January 19, 2017
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Sixth grade students at St. Mary School in Humboldt have been collecting items to give to children who are in the hospital. Named “Brave Bags,” the plan is to fill each bag with age appropriate items ranging from crayons and coloring books to new stuffed animals to nail polish. The students... + continue reading

Twin Rivers Elementary School in Bode has been rated in the top 2 percent in the state, according to the Iowa Department of Education. TR Principal Don Hasenkamp credits innovation and a willingness to embrace new technology and methods on the part of the teaching staff as the reason for the successful rating.
Thursday, January 19, 2017
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By Phil Monson A report card issued by the Iowa State Department of Education has placed the Twin Rivers Elementary School in the top two percent of all elementary schools statewide. The report issued recently was presented to the Twin Rivers School Board in their regular monthly meeting last... + continue reading

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Thursday, January 12, 2017
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By Phil Monson 2016 was a culmination of dreams for Humboldt’s Brady Ross. It was also triumph over tragedy. A testament of his will to overcome adversity. Ross, a 2015 Humboldt High School graduate, became a key contributor in just his second year on the University of Iowa football team,... + continue reading

Local volunteer Amy Craven applies an ear tag to Taylor Sandven’s market beef calf Saturday morning at the Humboldt County Fairgrounds. According to Humboldt County Extension, 30 animals were weighed and tagged during the morning hours Humboldt Independent photo.
Thursday, January 12, 2017
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By Kent Thompson The Humboldt County Fair is growing and transforming, from a figurative and literal sense. On Monday, Humboldt County Agricultural Society (Fair Board) President Jeff Hasselhuhn addressed the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors. The County Agricultural Society is seeking the... + continue reading

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