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Progress 2019

‘He has a lot of people that love him’

WELLS — Over seven years ago, Trey Seedorf had never taken a bath or a shower in a tub. Read more

1 year ago by Colleen Harrison.

Daughter takes over United South Central theater productions after father retires from role

As Kirstyn Wegner walks to a closet to put away a prop broom, her father, Clay Miller, catches up to her. Read more

1 year ago by Colleen Harrison.

New Clarks Grove fire hall nearly complete

CLARKS GROVE — When the March 2017 tornado struck, causing substantial damage, five volunteer Clarks Grove Fire Department members were in the city’s fire station ... Read more

1 year ago by Sam Wilmes.

Addition, renovations coming for Hayward fire hall

More than 50 years after the creation of the Hayward fire hall, the building this year is on track to get a facelift and an ... Read more

1 year ago by Sarah Stultz.

Former Glenville resident opens business in hometown

What started out as an idea for an ice auger cover has since evolved into a full-time business for Dan Houg, a former resident of ... Read more

1 year ago by Tyler Julson.

Transporting customers SomeWhere Else

CONGER — A lot can happen in a year. SomeWhere Else Bar and Grill in Conger is no exception. Read more

1 year ago by Colleen Harrison.

Meet the faces behind area school athletics

Q&A with the faces behind athletics at NRHEG, Lake Mills Community School and Alden-Conger High School Read more

1 year ago by Tyler Julson.

Alden Legion provides outlet for community fundraisers

ALDEN — For local groups in Alden, one way to their wallets is through others’ stomachs. Read more

1 year ago by Sarah Kocher.

Hartland U: ‘It’s a meeting spot for the town’

HARTLAND — For over 20 years, Dan and Tara Harguth have owned Hartland University, the lone bar in Hartland. Read more

1 year ago by Tyler Julson.

‘This is just what I’m supposed to do’

A.L. paraeducator finds a purpose in helping students To the unfamiliar eye, it looks like the start of a magic trick: First-grader Seven Hurd is ... Read more

1 year ago by Sarah Kocher.

Moving toward ‘A very bright future’

WELLS — The city of Wells recently completed a business park addition on the northwest edge of town on the north side of highway 22. ... Read more

1 year ago by Tyler Julson.

Couple turns tree into real estate after tornado causes irreversible damage

The first house Larry Zevenbergen built was actually a reconstruction of the one already standing on the property when he and his wife, Sylvia, moved ... Read more

1 year ago by Sarah Kocher.

‘Thinking outside the box’

LAKE MILLS — It’s the start of a new chapter for an area artist and studio owner. Read more

1 year ago by Colleen Harrison.

Two area bowling alleys keep sport alive

Bowling alleys across the country are facing challenging times as the sport’s popularity has reportedly declined and bowling alleys close, including Holiday Lanes in Albert ... Read more

1 year ago by Sam Wilmes.

Teacher loves science to the moon and back

Ken Fiscus wants his students to know a lot of things. Read more

1 year ago by Sarah Kocher.

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