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IOWA POSTSEASON FOOTBALL — First-round pairings

by Brathjen on October 25, 2014

Note: All games are at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29. Class 3A * Newton at Clear Creek Amana. Class 2A • PCM of Monroe at Williamsburg. Class A • Belle Plaine at Van Buren • Edgewood-Colesburg at BGM • Pleasantville at Montezuma 8-Man • Wayne of Corydon at HLV.

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By MELINDA WICHMANN mwichman@registermedia.com Leader. Advocate. Friend. Diane Goodlow was more than a boss and her sudden passing has left colleagues in three counties reflecting on the impact she had on their lives. Goodlow, 54, Brooklyn, died Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. (See obituary in this issue.) She was a 23-year employee of Marengo Publishing Corporation […]

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BGM boys win first SICL XC crown since 1997

October 21, 2014 Belle Plaine sports

By Dann Hayes dhayes1@registermedia.com The BGM boys cross country team captured the SICL cross country title in Montezuma on Thursday, Oct. 17 on a day perfect for running – mellow temperatures and a slight, cooling breeze. The Bears took advantage of the day by scoring 44 points – they had five runners in the top […]

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BREAKING NEWS – MPC saddened by death of publisher Diane Goodlow

October 21, 2014 Amana Colonies news

The Marengo Publishing Corporation family is saddened to note our publisher Diane Goodlow passed away this morning, Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. Our thoughts and prayers are with Diane’s family and loved ones.  

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My wife and I are finally getting to know each other; it’s worth it

October 21, 2014 Agriculture News

My wife, Melissa, and I recently took a trip to Door County, Wisconsin. Her family has a small cabin on Clark Lake and we went up to clean the place for the winter and to see the fall colors. You’ll see some photos of the trip in this issue of the Poweshiek County CR. I […]

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Opening a door to colors

October 21, 2014 Agriculture News

Autumn in Door County, Wisconsin, is something worth seeing By Melissa Hayes powcr@registermedia.com Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast, history buff, or food connoisseur, Door County, Wis., offers plenty of activities to suit the interests of young and old alike. Nestled between Green Bay to the west and Lake Michigan to the east, this idyllic […]

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Bears shut down state’s leading passer with 37-0 win

October 21, 2014 BGM sports

By Dann Hayes dhayes1@registermedia.com The BGM Bears shut down the state’s leading passer in Class A and defeated the Colfax-Mingo Tigerhawks 37-0 at home on Friday, Oct. 17. The shut out win sets up a season finale against No. 3 and undefeated Montezuma for the district title in Brooklyn on Friday, Oct. 24 at 7 […]

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Tigers fall to Gilbert 20-0; need win against Ballard

October 21, 2014 Education

By Dann Hayes dhayes1@registermedia.com The Grinnell Tigers fell behind 6-0 in the opening quarter and couldn’t put an offense together as they lost to Gilbert 20-0 on the road on Friday, Oct. 17. The loss drops the Tigers to 4-4 overall, 3-2 in Class 3A district 6, putting them in a must win situation on […]

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No. 3 Montezuma breaks out for 55-13 win over Iowa Valley

October 21, 2014 Education

By Dann Hayes dhayes1registermedia.com The Class A No. 3 Montezuma Braves started slow, but built up momentum to stampede the Iowa Valley Tigers 55-13 in Marengo on Friday, Oct. 17. The victory for the undefeated Braves sets up a district showdown in the final regular season game of the season when Montezuma travels to Brooklyn […]

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Guidelines on Ebola protection

October 17, 2014 Agriculture News

With the Ebola virus drawing concerns in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have distributed informational briefs for the public. “Ebola is a serious virus that can spread if precautions are not taken but it is not as easy to catch as the national news coverage may suggest,” says Patty Hinrichs, […]

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