The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is trying to decide what to do with a cattle producer that built an underground manure tank in karst terrain — a risky area because of the potential for groundwater pollution — without getting a permit.
Tyler Levan believes in the old adage that more hands make for light work.
Chris Edgington has embarked on a new journey.
The Osage Fire Department is kicking off Fire Prevention Week with its annual omelet breakfast fundraiser.
When a federal judge ordered the state of Iowa to halt enforcement of a law passed in May that prevents school boards from ordering masks to be worn at schools, it allowed school boards to circle back and discuss the mask issue.
Calling all student artists in kindergarten through 12th grade.
Socks, socks and more socks.
The Osage Education Foundation will hold the 2021 Distinguished Alumni Reception during the Osage High School Homecoming weekend in October.
On Oct. 5, Osage Women's Connection will present "Song in Your Heart."
Grayson Falk did the St. Ansgar baseball community proud on Sept. 11 as he took third place in the the 2021 MLB Pitch, Hit & Run Minnesota Twins Team Championship at Target Field in Minneapolis.
During the Sept. 21 Mitchell County Supervisors meeting, county engineer Rich Brumm spent time discussing several of the current issues in his department.
Jillian Harper can't say enough good things about the Osage firefighters and their dedication to the Muscular Dystrophy Association fundraiser.
On Sept. 18, the Osage High School classes of 1960 and 1961 collectively held their high school reunions at the American Legion in Osage.
The Osage City Council wasted no time in awarding $5,000 worth of funding for the Osage Senior Center at its Sept. 20 meeting.
In March of 2008, Jeff Mitchell became the owner of Mitchell’s Bar & Grill in Leland, and despite the town’s size, the business has persevered for 13 years.
Coming up next for the Mitchell County Concert Association is one of the most popular forms of musical performance – A Cappella.
You could almost hear the corn whispering.
Every year the state 4-H committee allows a certain number of 4-H projects from each county to go on to State Fair.
Oliva Logue was excited to be in the Cedar River Event Center this year, and to be back at the Mitchell County Fair after the pandemic limited things in 2021.
It may be difficult to believe, but the first fair in Mitchell County was held prior to the Civil War.
Folks attending the 150th anniversary of the Mitchell County Fair will view exhibits, judging, amusement rides, grandstand performances and much more.
After missing a year because of COVID-19, the Independence Day parade was back again in Osage.
“This is a little different, but it’s good to get everybody back together. It’s good to celebrate agriculture at any time.”
At the June 14 Osage Community School District Board meeting, the trap shooting team was back in town after bringing home the 2021 Iowa State Championship.
The Medlang family has been in the purebred Brown Swiss heifer business for nearly three quarters of a century.