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ISU Extension and Outreach in Guthrie County is partnering with the Small Business Development Center to distribute nine “photo-in-a-box” kits within the county. This is a portable photo studio with a digital marketing guide to assist small business owners with marketing their ducts. Busines…

EXIRA — With most of the state experiencing abnormally dry conditions, another area community has issued a water emergency restricting residents’ use of water.

The Atlantic High School Trades Program has been building a garage for Dave Erickson this year. They have designed the garage from scratch, and with the help of local businesses, have kept pretty busy making their plans a reality. They’ve tamped down a pad, poured footings, and a floor. They…

Janice Brown, member of the Atlantic Business and Professional Women's Organization (BPW), was awarded the first BPW Iowa Trailblaz-Her Award on May 15 during their annual zoom meeting.

The Atlantic Chamber Ambassadors visited JJ Design on Thursday, June 3. The Ambassadors visited with the owner, Jamie Joyce, about their recent renovations and to get an update on the services that they offer. While at JJ Design, the Ambassadors were able to observe the new renovations such …

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EXIRA — With most of the state experiencing abnormally dry conditions, another area community has issued a water emergency restricting residents’ use of water.

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ATLANTIC — The National Weather Service is warning southwest Iowa residents that the area could see severe storms from this afternoon through this evening. Temperatures from the high 90’s to around 100 degrees are expected with peak heat indices at 100 to 105 degrees in the afternoon. A heat…

ATLANTIC — A water emergency order — restricting use of city water in Audubon — is raising comments on-line, but the restriction isn’t new: the city had one in place last year. Atlantic on the other hand hasn’t had to restrict residents’ water use and at least for the time being, doesn’t ant…

There will be COVID Vaccine clinics open throughout the month. The vaccine is free, and Johnson and Johnson vaccines will be available to anyone 18 years old or older.

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — A member of a men’s chorus group unintentionally slammed into fellow chorists at the start of a Pride parade in South Florida, killing one member of the group and seriously injuring another, the group's director said Sunday, correcting initial speculation that it…

YEREVAN, Armenia (AP) — Polls have closed in Armenia’s national parliamentary election that was held to try to resolve tensions over last year’s defeat in fighting against Azerbaijan over the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh.

COPENHAGEN (AP) — The outpouring of support in the wake of Christian Eriksen's collapse has shown how soccer can unite an entire country and why it's so special to play for a national team, Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel said Sunday.

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It was with interest that we at the News-Telegraph followed the recent saga of legendary coach Darrell Burmeister and the Nodaway Valley School District.

New presidents have only so long to get big legislative initiatives done. It’s already June, and the clock is ticking for President Joe Biden. Big bills take a long time. Congress will spend much of the summer on recess. They’ll be at work in the fall, but by the end of the year, Democratic …

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Here’s the latest for Saturday, June 19:Juneteenth, recalling end of slavery, is marked across US; Hard-line judiciary head wins Iran presidency as turnout low; Tropical storm brings rain, floods to gulf coast; Racegoers get glammed up for test event.