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Community briefs 05-18-22

OST to hold Belgian waffle fundraiser

Sirens 05-18-22

Jeannie Marie Franklin, age 39, was booked into the Dickinson County Jail at 8:34 p.m. Tuesday, May 10 on the charge of assault causing bodily injury.

First day of testimony heard in Lake Park murder case

By Seth Boyes - News Editor

There was no jury waiting to hear testimony Tuesday, as proceedings against one of the two suspects in a Lake Park murder case got underway.

Summit fields county questions on CO2 pipeline project

By Seth Boyes - News Editor

Company says a quarter of statewide easements are secured

DOT delays repaving of Highway 71 after single high bid

Lakes Area businesses and residents may have another year to prepare for road construction which would temporarily close the only bridge in that area of the local chain of lakes.


Officials with the Iowa Department of Transportation presented several options in December for repaving a stretch of Highway 71 which runs between the cities of Arnolds Park and Okoboji. That stretch includes a bridge which crosses a narrow point between East Lake Okoboji and West Lake Okoboji.

A Queen out of water

 

By Seth Boyes - News Editor

 

Chamber deems 40th Walleye Weekend a success

 

SLMS Marching Band heads to Tulip Festival

 

The Spirit Lake Middle School Marching Band will be participating in the Orange City Tulip Festival Parade on Thursday, May 19. The band has received numerous awards over three decades, and received first place and People’s Choice trophies last year. This is the 81st Annual Tulip Festival, and it will be the band’s 35th year of participation. The Spirit Lake Middle School Marching Band has 52 members and is under the direction of Sally Jo Ites. (Photo submitted)

Marco completes consumer credit school

Stephanie Marco, personal banker with Northwest Bank in Spirit Lake, successfully completed the Iowa Bankers Association Consumer Credit School Feb. 28 through March 4 in Ankeny.

Iowa Lakes students serve in Chicago

During Spring Break in March, Iowa Lakes Community College students from the Laker Life campus ministry volunteered their time serving others on a week-long mission trip to Chicago. Instead of spending the week somewhere warmer or just taking the week off, the students decided to work with underprivileged children and prepare and serve food at shelters for people experiencing homelessness.

Sirens 05-11-22

OPD files drug charges after lengthy investigation

Milford Memorial Library News 05-11-22

 

Campus News 05-11-22

 

Christopherson congratulated at commencement

Community briefs 05-11-22

Spirit Lake audit available

‘More than just minnows and nightcrawlers’

 

Lakes Area prepares for 40th annual Walleye Weekend Tournament

 

SAFETY FIRST

‘More than just minnows and nightcrawlers’

Lakes Area prepares for 40th annual Walleye Weekend Tournament

By Seth Boyes - News Editor

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