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Saints Cafe

January 31, 2017

Every Monday, volunteers come together at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Waverly to put on a home cooked feast, offering food and fellowship at the Saints Café. This community meal is the collaboration of six area churches including Saint Paul’s, Saint Mary’s Catholic Church, Trinity... Read Story

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PAWS Humane Society is a Safe Place for Local Animals

January 18, 2017

In the last 16 years, Charles City has vastly improved their animal care. PAWS, as the Floyd County Humane Society is known, opened its doors in 2000, filling a need previously unmet in the community. PAWS stepped in to provide for strays, animals who wander... Read Story


Decorah Bank and Trust Invests in Future of Decorah Parks and Recreation

December 1, 2016

Ben and Joe Grimstad are the third generation of Grimstads to manage Decorah Bank and Trust. The brothers know Decorah is a thriving community and a great place to do business. They also understand that it takes a community effort to keep it that way.“Community... Read Story


De Sales Child Care Working to Exceed Parent Expectations

December 1, 2016

Safety, reliability, and of course, quality, caring staff are key to parents’ seeking childcare. In rural Winneshiek County this combination resides nearby in Ossian. The Ossian De Sales Child Care fits these criteria, serving children from many Winneshiek County communities Monday through Friday.“If there are... Read Story

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More Than a Fair

December 1, 2016

As the “the biggest little fair in Iowa,” the Winneshiek County Fair draws people to Winneshiek County, both near and far.“We figure we have between seven and eight thousand people pass through each day of the fair,” said Edna Schrandt, business manager of the Winneshiek... Read Story