Britt-based disc jockey company, Mojo Productions, is positively impacting area communities as well as communities far beyond north central Iowa. Mojo was recently awarded the Fort Dodge Messenger’s 2021 Readers’ Choice Award for best DJ service for the seventh straight year.
Mathew Francis of the Class A state champion West Hancock High School football team is one of seven Iowa high school seniors named to receive a 2021 Iowa Bankers Association Student Athlete Achievement Award.
The Britt Police Department reports that it was notified of a bomb threat at the Dollar General store located at 117 Main Avenue North in Britt at approximately 5:45 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day.
“Tammy is always willing to help anyone in need.”
On Nov. 23, the Iowa Utilities Board ruled in favor of Summit Carbon Solution’s request to keep its list of impacted landowners confidential for its proposed carbon pipeline that would run across the bottom half of Hancock County.
Hancock County supervisors to set hearing for large projects.
LifeServe Blood Center is seeking eligible blood donors to give blood at upcoming community blood drives in Britt and Corwith to prevent a blood shortage.
The Hancock County Farm Bureau welcomed home Iowa's 2021 Class A state football champions, the West Hancock Eagles, on Nov. 18 in the high school gymnasium in Britt.
Bud Jermeland, with other Hancock County residents, presented a signed Second Amendment sanctuary petition to county supervisors on Nov. 22. It has catapulted a trend of Iowa counties voicing support of gun rights back into the local spotlight.
Sixty players from all 16 area teams are represented on the Globe Gazette's 2021 All-Area Football Team.
Class A, District 2 was home of the state champion West Hancock football team. It also was home to some of the best players in the state.
The West Hancock defense held strong in the final two minutes of the game to earn a 19-14 win over Grundy Center in the Class A state title game.
The West Hancock football team earned a 19-14 win over Grundy Center in the Class A state championship game on Thursday at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls.
West Hancock Middle School student Olivia DeWaard has been named to the 2022 Iowa Bandmasters Association All-Iowa 8th Grade Honor Band.
On Nov. 15, the West Hancock Board of Education elected board officers during its annual meeting.
All of the season's triumphs and hardships have led to this moment for the West Hancock football team. A familiar foe stands in the way of a state title.
Emergency response coordinator Andy Buffington on Nov. 15 reported to Hancock County supervisors that a cut over to 800-amp service, which required a brief electricity outage at the courthouse and communications center, was successfully completed by Nov. 10.
Hancock County supervisors and some of about two dozen members of the public on Nov. 15 directed drainage districts comments and questions to Summit Carbon Solutions’ proposed Carbon Express pipeline representatives Grant Terry and Walter Siegford in Garner.
Six area teams had winning records, two were conference champs and Osage qualified for state again. The Globe Gazette's 2021 All-Area volleyball team is here.
West Hancock High School has announced its first quarter honor rolls.
LifeServe Blood Center will hold a community blood drive in Kanawha on Nov. 22 to benefit local hospital patients. Appointments are required.
West Hancock Middle School has announced its first quarter honor rolls.
The West Hancock football team looked right at home at the UNI-Dome.
The West Hancock football team rolled through East Buchanan, 37-0, in the Class A state semifinals on Thursday morning at the UNI-Dome.
At the Nov. 9 Britt City Council meeting, Mayor Ryan Arndorfer announced an interest of Crown Point Builders in potentially building groups of twin homes to serve as rental units in Britt.