Given the early onset of winter, much outdoor construction has either stopped or been curtailed.
“The majority of projects if they need any concrete poured would be hard to move forward.
“The bridge is an exception. They are trying to proceed as best as possible,” Humboldt City Administrator Aaron Burnett said at...
There are many activities in the area for people to see and in which to participate.
Merlin Fort’s Hillside Spectacular in Dakota City is recognized as one of the best holiday lighting displays in the state and one of the largest with more than 100,000 lights at 202 2nd St. S., in Dakota City.
The lights will shine through Friday...
There was good news and bad news imparted at Monday’s Humboldt County Memorial Hospital (HCMH) Board of Trustees meeting.
The bad news is that after a review of the financial audit report, FY 2014 was not a good year financially for HCMH.
The good news is that through the first four months of FY 2015, the financial picture...
On Monday, the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors approved the 2014-15 snowmobile trail grooming agreement with the Humboldt Sno-Skimmers.
The agreement stipulates that trails be along hard surface roads only and no gravel roads. The county’s preference is for the trails to be on the south side or east side in road right of ways...
Humboldt City Administrator Aaron Burnett said most significant work on the Sumner Avenue Bridge is likely completed for the season.
“We have met with WHKS, the engineering firm, and have talked to the contractor and the Iowa Department of Transportation. The specs require the surface concrete to be at 50 degrees and the ambient...
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