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Rick Patrie

09/20/2018 - 10:34am
When the Eldora firemen moved out to the old Tri-Rinse building on the south edge of town, they found a new home with space to grow in. Enough, it turns out, the fire station could, to some degree, serve as a shelter for a big part of the community in case of something dire. The department had space enough and was modern enough to accommodate a lot of emergencies. They might include some not...
08/06/2018 - 7:20am
A Meservey veteran of multiple Middle East tours, himself recovering from severe injuries, says he hopes a sculpture he has given an Eldora family will bring some peace to everyone. They lost a serviceman son a year ago. Anthony Martin says creating sculptures has brought him some peace, too. Martin had been confined to bed in a military hospital...
06/18/2018 - 6:34am
It’s has become a rite of passage for fifth graders here in Hardin County. An intro to business starting in their own classroom and then off for a day in Iowa Falls to see the real thing in action. This summer, 274 Hardin County fifth grade students from 6 school districts and 13 classrooms learned the fundamental principles of...
06/18/2018 - 6:32am
Do you remember travels with Al Bell? Chances are you do. Remember how Al Bell would show up at school, open his suitcase and out would fall the whole world – right there on the auditorium floor. For a lot of school kids he was a first experience with faraway places. Al Bell appeared in auditoriums in nearly every Iowa community of his day....
06/05/2018 - 12:27pm
City hall says it looks like there has been a meeting of the minds on the future of the Eldora EMS ambulance service. After a year or more of considering a whole host of alternatives, it now turns out that an existing city property will make a fine home for the service, reduce its overcrowding, and do it in such a way all parties are happy with...
06/04/2018 - 6:56am
It is not surprising that the key recollections in Jay Mathis’ six- year tenure at the E-NP/South Hardin Schools are financial ones. Finance is more than part and parcel of secondary education these days, and Mathis who is leaving for the superintendent job in Waukon says that when the district notched approval of its physical plant and...
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