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H-DC Chamber Board members pictured front row from left: Coriey Petersen of The Pour House; Jenna Mulford, Chamber director; Board President Brittany Larson, Abens-Marty-Curran Agency; Tasha Pedersen, Liguria Foods; Board Vice President Jenica Waddell, NIMECA; and Erin Smith, HCMH Therapy Services. Back row from left: Denise Darling, Corn Belt Power Co-op; Past President Mitch Nielsen, Humboldt Spine and Rehabilitation; Katie Legvold, HCMH Therapy Services; Tim Neubauer, Bank Iowa; Amanda Shull, Blacktop Service Company; Brett Legvold, Arends, Lee, Emick and Legvold; Amy Donahe, Bank Iowa, Paul Mulford, Fareway; Deb Skeeters, HCMH Surgery Department; Bob Myott, Arends, Lee, Emick and Legvold; and Travis Fuller, HLT Limited. Board members not pictured: Tonya Heier, Sande Construction and Supply and Carbon Boutique; Trent Olsen, MidAmerican Energy and Krystle Graaf, Jergens Body and Alignment. Humboldt Independent photo.
Thursday, June 22, 2017
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By Kent Thompson The Humboldt-Dakota City Chamber of Commerce wants people to know that it is on the move, in every sense of the word. Beginning next Friday, June 30, the Chamber will be in its new offices at 627 Sumner Ave. The former location of The Bootery will not only be the Chamber’s new... + continue reading

GCB daycare director Wendy Herzberg listens as a young girl shares her newly-painted craft project at the daycare center in Gilmore City. Independent photo.
Thursday, June 22, 2017
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By Phil Monson The Gilmore City-Bradgate School District continues to buck the trend and remain a strong and viable school in rural, north central Iowa. One of the reasons for its rebirth has been its growing daycare center, now 13 years old. “During the day we average about 75 to 80 children... + continue reading

Humboldt’s new Fareway store will open on Wednesday, June 28. The store is located on Highway 3 west and took only about nine months to construct. Humboldt Independent photo.
Thursday, June 22, 2017
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By Kent Thompson Nine months after ground breaking comes the arrival of a new Fareway grocery store in Humboldt. The new Fareway location at 1700 10th Ave. N. will open for business next Wednesday, June 28. There will be a ribbon cutting and grand opening celebration at 9:30 a.m. Guest... + continue reading

Children's art is always a popular attraction at the Humboldt Arts Festival. The kids come up with some amazing creations. Humboldt Independent file photo.
Thursday, June 15, 2017
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By Kent Thompson The 12th annual Humboldt Arts Festival promises something for everyone, and it’s a promise that is sure to be delivered upon. The annual event is the effort of the Humboldt Area Arts Community, a non-profit group that works to promote and foster the arts in Humboldt County... + continue reading

Here is a look at the Born Free Motorcoach showroom during busier days. The company, at 1505 13th St. N., is beginning its fifth week of “temporary shutdown.” Product manager Brandon Dodgen is hopeful that the 70-year Humboldt business can re-open. Right now, the future is uncertain. Humboldt Independent file photo.
Thursday, June 15, 2017
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By Kent Thompson Beginning its fifth week of temporary shutdown, Born Free Motorcoach and its employees are in a state of limbo, one they wish they had answers for, according to product manager Brandon Dodgen. “We are treating it as a temporary layoff, as ownership says it wants to reopen,”... + continue reading

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