Waldorf University has finalized the transfer of ownership to the Waldorf Lutheran College Foundation, which was effective on Dec. 1.
Forest City’s new FFA instructor, Ryan Faught, and his students addressed school board members at their November meeting, updating them on this year’s FFA projects and activities.
The Iowa Utilities Board issued an order on Dec. 1 that requests information on Iowa electric utilities’ plans for addressing potential electric service load shedding on peak usage days for the upcoming winter season.
The Winnebago County Conservation Board has temporarily closed the Lake Catherine Cabin at Thorpe Park.
The Duncan Ballroom will host an appreciation Christmas party and fundraiser for Britt and Garner food banks on Dec. 10.
It helped in many ways to have Forest City’s own Dr. James Brockhohn associated with the new movie “Silent Night in Algona,” which will premiere in Algona on Dec. 9 and show in the Forest Theatre on the same date.
Winnebago Industries recently celebrated a record-setting CommunityGO giving campaign by raising over $1.2 million dollars.
Why not build three of five committed Soyland Homes in Forest City right away to make them ready for sale while serving as models of possibly many more to come?
“He was slumped over his bed when I opened the door… I screamed. Told my wife to call 911.”
Shoppers to Forest City will soon have two new dollar stores to visit, both in the Korth-family building located at 305 Highway 69 North.
Winnebago Industries has announced that Forest City-based Lichtsinn RV has earned the company's Flying W Dealer Excellence award. Winnebago established the Flying W program in 2019 to recognize select dealers for service excellence and superior customer satisfaction.
Recent retiree Barb Ruiter says she has theatre in her blood, making it only a matter of time before she stepped foot on stage.
On the heels of the recent announcement that Country Thunder Iowa has been cancelled, Heritage Park of North Iowa in Forest City has announced that its annual Holiday Tour of Lights will not be held this year.
The Winnebago Historical Society recently announced that its fireproof and climate-controlled storage vault construction has been completed.
Edward Jones in Forest City is collecting items to include in soldier care packages once again this holiday season.
A Forest City woman said she spent about a month after winning a $2 million Powerball® prize gathering details and making a plan before she claimed the winnings.
With child care continuing to be a top priority in Forest City, the city council on Nov. 21 approved a resolution authorizing $25,000 of support in the form of TIF funds to the Forest City YMCA’s daycare operations.
Even though Thanksgiving had not arrived, downtown Forest City was filled with Christmas holiday shopping spirit early on Nov. 19 during Chamber-sponsored Holiday Sip and Shop events.
Winnebago Industries on Nov. 15 announced the development of a new facility and expanded resources dedicated to innovating next-generation technologies for its recreational vehicle and marine industries.
Winnebago County Auditor Karla Weiss has announced that Winnebago County is seeking Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council members to serve on this council.
Winnebago County Auditor Karla Weiss conducted a successful post-election audit of two races in the November election on Nov. 15. Ballots in the King-Linden precinct were hand counted by election workers to ensure they matched the totals reported by the ballot tabulator.
Members of the Forest City Board of Education held an initial discussion on pending redistricting changes at their Nov. 14 meeting.
Winnebago Industries on Nov. 15 unveiled findings from its first comprehensive consumer research initiative on outdoor recreation.
Winnebago Industries on Nov. 15 hosted its Investor Day at the Lanier Islands resort in Georgia.
Winnebago County was celebrated as a designated Home Base Iowa county on Nov. 12 at the Boman Fine Arts Center. The City of Forest City was also recognized as a designated community.