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After falling to Kingsley-Pierson in the first round of the Western Valley Conference basketball tournament on Jan. 27, the Lady Rams were able to bounce back and get two big victories. more
The Rams were able to advance three wrestlers on to districts after they hosted one of the Class 1A sectional wrestling tournament on Saturday, Feb. 5. more
Members of the Monona County Fair Board reported that 2021 was their best year yet at the Feb. 1 Monona County Supervisors meeting. They requested ongoing financial support as Supervisors consider the budget. more
Despite offering scholarships and continuing to recruit new employees to its service, Crawford County Memorial Hospital continues to experience a shortage of paramedics and EMTs to staff the second call crews in its emergency department. Second crews are primarily used for patient transfers to tertiary care facilities in Council Bluffs, Omaha, Des Moines and Sioux City. more
MVAO Mapleton Elementary kicked off the new year and new semester with a welcome back assembly and a school-wide expectations 'boot camp.' more
More area school recently celebrated their 100th day of school as Charter Oak-Ute celebrated on Jan. 31 and the Schleswig School celebrated on Feb. 1. The students participated in a number of 100th day of school activities throughout the school day. more
The Schleswig Basic Fund had a mail in ballot for the 2021 year. Grant money totaling $8,838.89 was distributed around January 15, 2022. more
The annual Monona County EMS day, developed so emergency providers can obtain continuing education units free of charge, brought volunteers from western Iowa and South Dakota to Moorhead on Saturday, Feb. 5. more
The annual 4-H Volunteer/Leader’s Recognition Banquet for 2021 was held Sunday, Jan. 16, at Faith Lutheran Church in Onawa with around 40 4-H volunteers, leaders and spouses attending. Special recognition was extended to all adult volunteers who support the Youth and 4-H program of Monona County. more
If you have ever looked at the MVAO/MVAOCOU teacher directory, you will see four sets of teachers with the same last name. There are four husband/wife couples that teach in the school district. Two couples even teach in the high school together. more
Area veterans may now get a referral for local hospice care through the Veterans Affairs Community Care Network. more
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