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The public will get a chance to see the new Emergency Preparedness and Response Building at Humboldt County Memorial Hospital during an Open House on Monday, Aug. 2, from 4-6 p.m. Pictured in front of the building are (l to r): Dave Knight, Mike Sexe, Kevin Bornhoft, Mary Moritz, Michelle Sleiter, Victor Bycroft and Mardi Ratzlaff. Humboldt Independent photo.
Thursday, July 29, 2021
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Area residents will be able to tour the new Emergency Preparedness and Response Building at Humboldt County Memorial Hospital during an Open House on Monday, Aug. 2, from 4-6 p.m. The new facility, which went into service on Tuesday, July 20, is located on 15th Street North just north of... + continue reading

Hannah Muir of the Humboldt FFA won grand champion market beef honors at the fair. She also had the reserve champion market beef entry. Muir also showed the champion breeding heifer, the champion market heifer, the champion medium weight heifer and the champion heavyweight steer, along with the champion market steer. Humboldt Independent photo by Phil Monson.
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Embree Meyer, 8, of Humboldt is shown doing a dance during the Humboldt County Fair Talent Show on Sunday afternoon. Humboldt Independent photo by Jeff Gargano.
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The Humboldt County Fair concluded a success seven-day run on Monday, July 26, with the annual livestock sale. Sunny skies and warm temperatures dominated throughout last week, with no rain and typical Iowa fair weather. See the special supplement in this week's Humboldt Independent that has photos... + continue reading

Gary "Garik" Pedersen, a 1971 Humboldt High School graduate and a noted piano soloist and chamber musician will perform a special concert this Sunday, Aug. 1, at the Humboldt High School. The public is invited. Admission is a freewill donation for the Humboldt Music Boosters. Submitted photo.
Thursday, July 29, 2021
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Gary "Garik" Pedersen is a 1971 graduate of Humboldt High School. He has a doctorate in piano performance, has taught music for 40-plus years, and has performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout the U.S. and several foreign lands, receiving high acclaim from several distinguished... + continue reading

Humboldt City Administrator Travis Goedken will be ending his 5.5 year tenure with the city in early September. He will be becoming the new city manager for the city of Decorah. Read more about this story in this week's Humboldt Independent.
Thursday, July 22, 2021
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By KENT THOMPSON Minutes after the Humboldt City Council accepted a letter of resignation from Humboldt City Administrator Travis Goedken on Monday, the Decorah City Council approved a contract offer to have Goedken serve as that city’s new city manager. Goedken’s resignation will be effective... + continue reading

Clockwise seated from left: Livermore American Legion members representing 280 years of membership in the Otto Field Legion Post 415 Ron Zeimet (44), Keno Underberg (73), Paul McKibban (48), Eugene Mertz (59) and Floyd Raney (57). The men were gathered last week in honor of the Legion opening its basement as a new lounge in town, Otto’s 415. Humboldt Independent photo.
Thursday, July 22, 2021
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By KENT THOMPSON Just in time for Livermore Daze, the Livermore American Legion, Otto Field Post No. 415, comes to the community’s rescue. The Legion basement has been a meeting area for not just Legion members, but for public gatherings for many years. Since the Livermore Community Center... + continue reading

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