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07/19/2018 - 8:30am
Sigourney, Iowa- Finding a job is arguably one of the most stressful and hardest tasks that any human may go through. The excitement of graduating from college wears off very quickly when the realization sets in that there are many bills to pay. For some, however, the challenge of finding a job can be much harder based on disabilities that they may have. For those struggling to find or maintain...
06/20/2018 - 12:18pm
The Tri-County baseball squad came up just shy of getting a big victory on the road when they played at Montezuma on June 13. A rally from the Trojans had things tied up but the final run was scored by the Braves in the bottom of the seventh to send the Trojans home with a 4-5 loss.     Montezuma got the Tri-County pitching early as...
06/20/2018 - 11:30am
Sigourney, Iowa- Sigourney Schools are showing significant progress in state assessment scores, according to information presented at the June 13 Sigourney School Board meeting. According to the results, Sigourney Schools showed strong proficiency above the local and state average nearly across the board in Math and Reading. Sigourney Schools...
06/20/2018 - 11:28am
Sigourney, Iowa- The Sigourney School Board placed a vote of confidence in the district’s top administrator on June 13, extending Superintendent Dave Harper’s contract by another year to continue a revolving three-year contract, and increasing his pay to $130,000. Harper said that he is pleased with the support the board has provided...
06/13/2018 - 9:09am
Richland, Iowa- A Richland man lost his life in a car vs semi accident Monday afternoon, around 3:20 pm. According to the Iowa State Patrol, 93-year-old Wayne R. Parsons was struck by a semi at the intersection of highway 78 and 315thAve, when authorities say he failed to yield at a stop sign.    Parsons was struck on the driver’s...
06/08/2018 - 8:39am
Sigourney, Iowa- Much work has been going into Sigourney to help spruce up the community, not just for the RAGBRAI visit, but for the community in general. On May 23, the downtown area saw some much needed painting work done to help brighten up the downtown area. According to Amber Kephart, Executive Director of SADC, the project was spearheaded...
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