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04/01/2020 - 11:55am
Several local women are helping to keep local medical professionals safe from COVID-19 by contributing surgical masks to eastern Iowa hospitals and first responders. Among them are Gunder’s Glenda Koehn, who is well known for her beautifully-decorated “Cakes by Glenda” and Monona’s Vicki Klingeman and Fran Passmore.  “Along with making cakes, I am a quilter,...
04/01/2020 - 11:50am
With the coronavirus still posing a real threat across our communities, adults and children alike are looking for ways to alleviate the boredom while at the same time getting some exercise and learning something. One of the ways to get moving, that has been implemented by several families in Postville and the surrounding area, is by going on a...
03/31/2020 - 11:30am
Testing for COVID-19 was being conducted at the Jewish Yeshiva, former Postville Hospital, Monday, March 30 for a select group of residents. At press time, no further details were available. As details are released, the Herald will post them on their website, as well as in next week’s edition of the Postville Herald. The...
03/27/2020 - 4:16pm
Allamakee County Public Health (Veterans Memorial Hospital Community and Home Care) has currently been notified of a total of seven positive cases of COVID 19 in Allamakee County. Unfortunately we have received notice of a death of one our seven cases. This case is a male between the ages of 61-80 years of age. Three cases have already recovered...
03/25/2020 - 2:48pm
The State of Iowa has released a new website providing information on COVID-19.  This site includes information on Iowa COVID-19 statistics, information on the COVID-19 virus and how to protect yourself and a State of Iowa Agency Guidance site that has links to various Iowa Agencies and information pertaining to their services.  This new...
03/24/2020 - 4:17pm
The coronavirus, Covid-19,  has continued to rapidly spread across the United States, Iowa, and specifically, our corner of Northeast Iowa. The number of Iowa residents who have tested positive for the new coronavirus had climbed to 105 as of Monday afternoon, March 23. Currently, there are six confirmed cases in Allamakee County. Three of...
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