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02/25/2020 - 4:48pm
(Editor’s Note: With the Big Four Fair Celebrating its 100th anniversary in June, we will be highlighting information from past fairs in the next several months. Today I am sharing information from the 36th annual fair which was held September 2-5, 1955. I have gleaned the information from the Big-Four Fair Books, which have been generously loaned to me by the Big Four Fair Board.) Officers...
01/29/2020 - 4:51pm
Saturday, January 25 ten students of Postville High School’s Large Group Speech Team participated in District contest at Decorah. Coach Derek Friederich noted that all the participants worked hard and did well at contest. Those students who received first place ratings at the district level will compete at the state contest February 8. The...
01/23/2020 - 12:08pm
The Postville Board of Education, meeting in regular session Monday, January 13, approved several items on the consent agenda. Emma Treloar was hired as the junior high student council advisor; Ray Rankin was hired as a substitute bus driver; Mary Ohloff was hired as a full-time paraprofessional and Alexis Valentine was transferred to a full-time...
01/23/2020 - 12:01pm
The Postville City Council began the January 13 monthly meeting by reappointing Darcy Radloff as City Clerk and Ashley Kisling, of Fidelity Bank & Trust, as City Treasurer. Mayor Leigh Rekow administered the oath of office to both women. Rashi Raices, who is a teacher/administrator at the private Jewish School, asked the City to designate the...
01/15/2020 - 1:56pm
Giora Bass, who has had many business ventures in Postville over the past 20 years, opened Bass Auto Repair and Service on S. Lawler Street in downtown Postville on January 7. Bass explained, “When I saw that the building was for sale I thought it would be a perfect location. With Kwik Star coming to town, it is a very busy corner and I know...
01/15/2020 - 10:25am
(Editor’s Note: As 2019 comes to a close, we once again review the year’s highlights as reported in the Herald. This week we look at the happenings of July, August and September.) July The Postville Childcare Center recently received nine Owlets Smart Socks from the Knox Blocks foundation. The Forest Mills United Methodist Church...
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