Osage ran its quick sets to near perfection in the first set Monday night. It rallied to claim the second set. It was dominant in the third set.
A 5K fun run and walk will be held at Pilot Knob State Park, east of Forest City, from 5-7 p.m. on Nov. 6.
Tickets for Forest City's fall musical, "Beauty and the Beast," are now available to purchase online.
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Things are really beginning to look like fall outdoors. The harvest is in full swing, the prairie grasses have acquired their brilliant fall colors, pumpkins are sitting majestically in the fields, and the trees are beginning to dress up in their autumnal finest.
Darwin Lehmann, superintendent of the Forest City and Central Springs Community School Districts, is being honored as a nominee for the 2021-22 Iowa Superintendent of the Year award sponsored by the School Administrators of Iowa.
Summit-Tribune staff invited local candidates facing contested races in the Nov. 2 school board election to provide responses on matters such as the most pressing issue(s) in the school district, broaching current political and American/world history events amidst societal polarization, curr…
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.
A decrease in the percentage of positive tests for COVID-19 in Winnebago County the past week is bittersweet news after learning the number of positive cases in the same time frame.
North Iowa Area Community College will hold a grand opening ceremony at 10:30 a.m. on Oct. 27 to unveil the John V. Hanson Career Center in Forest City.
On Oct. 18, the Forest City Council approved a fourth pay estimate of $122,029 to the contractor for the city's Phase 1D electric improvements project.
A cancer benefit for the Mike Aschenbrenner family will be held on Oct. 30 at the Emmons Lutheran Church, 490 Pearl Street, Emmons, Minnesota.
On Oct. 20, Winnebago Industries reported $1 billion in revenues for the company's fiscal 2021 fourth quarter ended Aug. 28, which is an increase of 40.4 percent compared to $737.8 million for the fiscal 2020 period.
Winnebago County military veterans are "in good hands" with Mary Lou Kleveland taking over as county veterans’ services officer on Oct. 11 in what now is a full-time position.
After a regular season of highs and lows for North Iowa volleyball teams, Iowa high school athletic conferences have begun to release all-conference teams.
Monday night's matchup between Forest City and Clear Lake volleyball teams was maybe a microcosm of the season for the Indians.
All the mileage, all the hill workouts and all the 5,000-meter races come down to Wednesday and Thursday night.
Director Tony Hornus has announced additional acting roles to be cast locally in the movie, "Silent Night In Algona," to be filmed in Forest City, Whittemore, and Algona Oct. 31-Nov. 19.
A Children’s Organ Transplant Association Taphouse Takeover will be held for Caidyn Kruse from 4-10 p.m. on Nov. 19 at Paddler’s Tap in Forest City.
In a news release, the Winnebago County Conservation Board reminds people that Thorpe Park is closed to all deer and turkey hunting this fall.
The Forest City volleyball team survived a furious Clear Lake rally on Monday night to win, 3-2, and advance to the next round of Class 3A, Region 2 play.
Forest City volleyball hosts Clear Lake in the Class 3A Region 2 Quarterfinals on Monday night.
In the Nov. 2 city and school elections, patrons will have an opportunity to approve the Forest City School District’s Revenue Purpose Statement.
The Forest City football team hasn't quite had the season it hoped for. But head coach Chad Moore says the Indians have competed hard every week.
All across Winnebago County and the Upper Midwest, crops are being harvested from farm fields with grains being hauled to elevators.