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Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig recently announced that the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship’s Pesticide Bureau has…

The deadline for market beef identification is approaching. All market steers and market heifers must be owned and identified in 4-H Online by…

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Osage music teacher Laurie Hoeppner instructs grade levels from fifth grade to seniors in high school, but she also tries to make time to play the bassoon at summer concerts. This Christmas, she directed the holiday concert, which is an annual tradition, waving her arms to conduct the students.

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U.S. Rep. Ashley Hinson visited the Good Samaritan Society in St. Ansgar on Jan. 5. She touted the benefits of vaccination against the next wave of variants, but encouraged the government to allow workers and businesses to maintain personal choice.

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The Osage Community School District Board met on Jan. 4 to address a new OSHA mandate requiring employees of businesses with 100 or more employees to be vaccinated. If they are not vaccinated, they must undergo weekly testing and wear a mask at school. Testing would begin on Feb. 9.

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Michael Mayer was named as the new Chairman of the Mitchell County Board of Supervisors, while Jim Wherry was named Vice Chairman of the Board. While Mitchell County Engineer continues to guide road projects, Iowa Prison Industries recently announced a 22 percent to 30 percent increase in prices for road signs.

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