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When Ed Podalak or his family comes to visit Atlantic in the future, they won’t have a hard time finding the Trojan Bowl: it’s on Ed Podalak Drive. On Sunday afternoon area residents, and friends and family from all over, were on hand to welcome Podalak home. A long line of people, from kids…

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ATLANTIC - Pipeline Foods, a Minnesota company specializing in purchasing, storing and transporting organic grains, officially announced on Thursday that it had purchased the 3.4 million ADM grain elevator north of Atlantic.

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Members of the Nishna Valley Questers #535 wanted to congratulate the city of Atlantic on their Sesquicentennial Celebration, and to honor Atlantic at this special time, members decorated the windows at the Something For You store with furniture and memorabilia in the era of 150 year ago whe…

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It’s always a pleasure to spend a Friday evening at the Oak Tree Opry in Anita, when a really gifted group of musicians gather for a concert of ‘real’ country music.  Our last show just happened on Aug. 17, before we ‘hit the road’ to LeMars to conduct the 43rd National Old Time Country Musi…

The Cass County Conservation Board is holding “Mysterious Monarchs” Programs. The public programs will be held on Friday, Aug. 31, 4:30 p.m. - Lake Anita State Park Campground loop; Saturday, Sept. 1, 4:30 p.m. - Cold Springs Park Campground Shelter; Saturday, Sept. 8, 2 p.m. - Camblins Addi…

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The Audubon High School class of 1978 celebrated their 40 year class reunion at St Patrick’s Parish Center Saturday, Aug. 4.  The class also rode in the T-Bone Parade in the afternoon and on Friday some met at the bakery and toured the new Rose Theater.  Pictured are front (left to right) kn…

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Together with their parents, Allicia-Jo King, formerly of Audubon, and Cody Anderson of Alta, are pleased to announce their engagement.

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AUDUBON - New teachers were in for training on Thursday morning this week, as the Audubon Community Schools get ready for the beginning of the school year. Superintendent Brett Gibbs said new teachers had training on Thursday, and there would be a big welcome from the Audubon Chamber on Tues…

Officials with the Iowa Department of Public Safety identified the individual who was involved in the officer shooting on Monday as Christopher J. Cameron, 31, of Creston.

The Pottawattamie County Sheriff’s department has arrested three juveniles suspected with placing fishing line across the Wabash Trail apparently in an effort to harm bike riders during the po…

CRESTON, Iowa -- On Monday, August 13, 2018, the Union County Dispatch Center received a 911 call at approximately 11:55 p.m. in reference to a report of a male subject with a gun sitting on a…

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The 2018 season unofficially began for Atlantic football on Friday night in a scrimmage at Class A AHSTW. The tune up lasted just over an hour and included 7-on-7 varsity to start followed by …

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Kade Jensen finished his final two years of Audubon cross country continuing a run of state qualifications that began when he was a freshman.

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CAM hosted Lenox on Friday at home for a preseason football scrimmage. The Cougars and Tigers took turns running 10 plays, gave varsity three series and junior varsity two.

It's hoop time again! Volunteers have been busy planning for this year’s 15th Annual Audubon Hoop-a-Thon for Huntington's Disease. The event is planned for Sunday, March 25 from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Audubon High School gymnasium. In addition to participants shooting hoops to raise funds…

The year was 1890. Ladies’ fashions primarily were custom made, exorbitantly priced, and uncomfortable to wear.

Influenza spread and severity is building in Iowa, as the Iowa Department of Public Health reported four new influenza-related deaths this week: an elderly (81+ years of age) female and older adult (61 to 80 years of age) female in Southeast Iowa; an elderly female in Northeast Iowa; and an …