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GRISWOLD — All things fall — pumpkins, gourds, apples and more are showing up at 3 Bee farms in Griswold — and Apple Days activities will be held on Oct. 1 and 2.

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ATLANTIC – An idea to try a chip which is made from two extremely hot peppers has turned into a fund-raiser for the LC Clinic Library.

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This year’s Coca Cola Days was the event’s 30th Anniversary, and vendors and visitors got to show off their collections at a new location- the Cass County Fairgrounds. Vendors were set up in two of the livestock barns offering a variety of items featuring Coca-Cola. Two Creston residents- Ri…

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GRISWOLD – Collin Evans has always worked hard — harder than most due the fact he deals with a physical disability. And last week, that hard work was honored in an unexpected way.

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The White House on Friday said the Iowa Department of Health and Human Services would receive $9 million in a state opioid response money, as part of the $1.5 billion it announced in nationwide funding to help combat the nation’s opioids epidemic.

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The White House on Friday said the Iowa Department of Health and Human Services would receive $9 million in a state opioid response money, as part of the $1.5 billion it announced in nationwide funding to help combat the nation’s opioids epidemic.

ATLANTIC - Due to the possibility of severe weather, A Suicide Awareness Community Walk planned for Saturday, Sept. 17 has been moved to Saturday, Sept. 24. It will begin at 7 p.m. at the Schi…

TREYNOR - Kelsey Stupfell, Director of Public Relations with TS Banking Group, Treynor, has been selected to participate in the 2022-23 class of Leadership Iowa, Iowa’s premier issues-awareness program offered by the Iowa Association of Business and Industry (ABI) Foundation. Leadership Iowa…

ATLANTIC – TS Bank partnered with the Ann W. Wickman Child Development Center for the second year in row for their annual mum fund-raiser by purchasing $1,500 worth of mums to be delivered to clients and community members. This is the seventh year of Ann W. Wickman Child Development Center f…

ATLANTIC - Due to the possibility of severe weather, A Suicide Awareness Community Walk planned for Saturday, Sept. 17 has been moved to Saturday, Sept. 24. It will begin at 7 p.m. at the Schildberg Recreation Area at the Rotary Shelter. Help us #EndTheStigma by joining in the free community…

Europe is staring down a winter energy crisis. Russia has reduced natural gas supplies as Europe supports Ukraine, and the continent's ability to get through the winter may depend on how cold it is and competition from Asia. The lights of the Eiffel Tower are turning off earlier than normal and shop windows across Europe are going dark to save energy. High prices mean households and businesses are trying to use less heat and electricity, but they're running into the hard truth that cutting back only shaves a little off their bills. Governments are rolling out relief and have been able to bolster natural gas storage. But analysts say Russia still has leverage with energy prices high and supplies tight.

Near-final results show a party with neo-fascist roots, the Brothers of Italy, has swept Italy’s national elections. The victory looks set to deliver the first far-right-led government since World War II and make its leader, Giorgia Meloni, the first woman to become Italy’s premier. The country's lurch to the far right immediately shifted Europe’s geopolitical reality, placing a euroskeptic party in position to lead a founding member of the European Union and its third-largest economy. Europe’s right-wing party leaders immediately hailed Meloni’s victory and her party’s meteoric rise as sending a historic message to Brussels. Near-final results showed Meloni’s center-right coalition netting some 44% of the parliamentary vote. Turnout was a historic low 64%.

An overnight drone strike near the Ukrainian port of Odesa has sparked a massive fire and explosion, hours after the United States vowed to take decisive action and promised “catastrophic consequences” if Russia uses nuclear weapons in Ukraine. The airstrike was the latest in a series of drone attacks on the key southern city in recent days. This one hit a military installation and detonated ammunition when it struck. Firefighters were struggling to contain the blaze, the Ukrainian military’s southern command said Monday.

Forecasters say Tropical Storm Ian has strengthened into a hurricane as it moves closer to Cuba on a track expected to take it to Florida in the coming days. Authorities in Cuba have suspended classes in Pinar del Rio province and say they will begin evacuations Monday as Ian is forecast to strengthen before reaching the western part of the island on its way to Florida. A hurricane warning was in effect for Grand Cayman and the Cuban provinces of Isla de Juventud, Pinar del Rio and Artemisa. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Ian should reach the far-western part of Cuba late Monday or early Tuesday, hitting near the country’s most famed tobacco fields. It could become a major hurricane late Monday.

After seven weary months of war, many Ukrainians fear more suffering and political repression awaits them. Kremlin-orchestrated referendums conducted under gun barrels portend Russia’s imminent annexation of four occupied regions. Many residents fled the regions before the referendums got underway, scared about being forced to vote or potentially being conscripted into the Russian army. The referendums, denounced by Kyiv and its Western allies as rigged, are taking place in the Russian-controlled Luhansk and Kherson regions, and in occupied areas of the Donetsk and Zaporizhzhia regions. Russian authorities are expected to announce the regions as theirs once the preordained vote ends Tuesday.

Europe is staring down a winter energy crisis. Russia has reduced natural gas supplies as Europe supports Ukraine, and the continent's ability to get through the winter may depend on how cold it is and competition from Asia. The lights of the Eiffel Tower are turning off earlier than normal and shop windows across Europe are going dark to save energy. High prices mean households and businesses are trying to use less heat and electricity, but they're running into the hard truth that cutting back only shaves a little off their bills. Governments are rolling out relief and have been able to bolster natural gas storage. But analysts say Russia still has leverage with energy prices high and supplies tight.

On Sept. 17, 2022 the Class of 1962 held its 60 year Reunion! Wow - 60 years!

This past Friday- Sept. 2 (V.J. Day)- The Atlantic Color Guard members were privileged to honor one of our Color Guard members that had passed this last summer. Harley Moodie had posted colors at football games, basketball games, baseball games, softball games and any special event we were i…