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Shelby Young, 2018 graduate of Exira-EHK, will work full time this spring with legislators at the Iowa Statehouse. Young, the daughter of Brian and Erin Juhl of Exira, is earning college credit while helping State Senators communicate with constituents. She will intern with the Iowa Senate D…

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ANITA -- Tuesday night paired two Rolling Valley Conference teams as Exira-EHK and CAM met for their first of two meetings of the season.

AUDUBON --  Whenever Treynor is in town it’s always a big night. It was no different story tonight as Audubon hosted the Cardinals.

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DECORAH — Despite having been mailed back before the November election, 29 absentee ballots in Northeast Iowa’s House District 55 race — which was decided by a mere nine votes — weren’t postmarked and therefore cannot be counted, state officials say.

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To Curt Zingula, a Linn County grain farmer, a newly written federal rule means more clarity and less concern about the federal government’s jurisdiction over his land.

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DENVER (AP) — Even down to one healthy cornerback, another spitting up blood, three sidelined with injuries and one ejected for throwing a punch, Vance Joseph trusted his defense more than his…

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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Tremont Waters scored 18, while Emmitt Williams added 15 and six rebounds to lead LSU past Saint Mary's 78-74 as the Tigers survived a late Gaels' run on Saturday night.

As it gets chillier, you may notice the cooler weather has begun to wreak havoc on your skin, hair and nails. While cold temperatures can definitely play a role in this, it’s also possible that your diet has something to do with it.

As the wintry atmosphere has settled outside and the heat gets cranked up indoors, the dry air can wreak havoc on the body — particularly your eyes. Your sight is an especially important sense; it’s important during these cold months to keep up on the health of your vision. If you’ve noticed that your eyes seem redder than usual, you have blurred sight or watery eyes, or you have a hard time making tears, the culprit could be something a bit more serious than the dreary outdoors.

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(15 Dec 2018) Peter Jackson's new WWI doc tells stories of boys who were on the front lines when they were just 14, 15 or 16 years old. But viewers that age won't be able to see the film without a parent when it's shown in U.S. theaters, due to an 'R' rating for disturbing war images. Jackso…