Three days ago, Riley Witt couldn't run or stand up.
As Maggie McBride crossed the finish line in fifth place on her home course Thursday, she didn't see many of her Newman Catholic teammates behind her.
The Winter Dance Party returns to the Surf Ballroom & Museum starting Thursday, Feb. 3.
Authorities have confirmed that a body discovered at a Charles City home last week was that of a missing Dunkerton woman.
It's impossible to miss Brooke Bergo during a Lake Mills volleyball game. The senior is all over the floor. This season, it's also impossible to miss the brace she wears on her leg.
For the last six seasons, St. Ansgar's volleyball team has been in a 5-1 offense. It hasn't run a 6-2 since the 2015 campaign, where Tara Kramer and Amber Brigham each eclipsed 210 assists.
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MUMBAI, India (AP) — Movie theaters in India’s entertainment capital Mumbai reopened on Friday after more than 18 months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, the last of the many virus restrictions to go amid a decline in infections.
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