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Sharon Drahn

07/18/2018 - 10:05am
Our Postville is a place where the American Dream may be achieved; however, to achieve the goals set out by the Our Postville Project, much cooperation must take place. Cooperation is needed between project coordinators, businesses, and most certainly, the general population. Northeast Iowa Resource Conservation and Development (RC & D) is coordinating  the Project which has as its...
07/10/2018 - 10:04am
Barb Schissel, who began working for the United States Postal Service as a young mother, retired last week after serving the public since the 1980’s. Barb explained, “As a young mom with two little girls, I was looking for a job in Postville. I saw an advertisement in the paper announcing there was an opening for a part-time employee...
07/10/2018 - 10:01am
Anthony Snitker, 30, formerly of McGregor, IA, and son of Peggy Radloff of McGregor and Glen Snitker of Mesa, AZ, (both graduates of Postville High School) took fi rst place honors in his age group in the San Diego 100-Mile Endurance Run on June 8, 2018. He placed 8th overall in this most grueling of endurance runs consisting of over 13,000 feet...
06/26/2018 - 2:47pm
No matter how you spell it, the Shanti or Shanty, as it will be known now, has been synonymous  with its famous Gunder Burger for many years. Lucas Gibbs, who purchased the well-established eatery June 1, says he intends to continue with the most popular offerings on the restaurant’s menu. Gibbs, a graduate of the University of Iowa,...
06/12/2018 - 4:31pm
As long-time Postville area residents, it is only appropriate that Robert and Sandy Deering and Carol and the late Charles Deering were chosen to be the Grand Marshals of Friday night’s Hometown Celebration/Dairy Days parade. The sons of Irving and Leeone Deering, Robert and Charles’ ancestry can be traced back to Mortimer Deering who...
06/12/2018 - 4:08pm
When one hears the name Mary Jo Moore many adjectives come to mind including enthusiastic and dedicated wife, mother, teacher, community  and church advocate, Pirate supporter and so much more. A Monona native, Mary Jo and her husband, Larry, moved to Postville in 1979 where they have lived ever since. While raising their four boys and beyond...
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