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05/16/2019 - 3:41pm

For the third time this current fiscal year, the Wright County Board of Supervisors were presented and approved an 18-19 budget amendment. The document shows total revenues decreasing by just over $2.74 million, with a difference in total expenses at minus $891,177. In a separate current budget-related item, a transfer from AgriBusiness back to General Basic of $50,000 and a transfer of $125,...

05/16/2019 - 3:38pm
The Cowgirl golf team competed on Monday, May 6 at the NCC meet at Fort Dodge’s Lakeside course, which was hosted by the Gaels. Humboldt won with a 350 total, followed by: Clear Lake 368, Hampton-Dumont 409, Algona 419, C-G-D 421, Iowa Falls-Alden 437, St. Edmond 460 and Webster City 484. Ashley DeLong of the Lions was medalist with an 18-...
05/16/2019 - 3:33pm
Prior to that, they attended a meet in Nevada. Boone took the team title with 145 points, followed by: Nevada 135.5, ACGC 104, West Marshall 91, C-G-D 88, BCLUW 77, Saydel 34 and Bondurant-Farrar 31.5. Qualifiers for state are Courtney Harle ( third time) in the 100 dash, Kendall Lienemann in the 400 low hurdles and the 4x4 relay of Lienemann,...
05/16/2019 - 3:32pm
Last Friday in Garner, the Clarion-Goldfield-Dows boys track & field team took part in a 2A qualifying meet. Lake Mills was champion with 105 points, followed by: Pocahontas Area 101, Aplington-Parkersburg 96, Forest City 73, Osage 60, Denver 59, Crestwood 54.5, New Hampton 45, Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 43, C-G-D 42, Emmetsburg 37 and Eagle...
05/16/2019 - 3:31pm
For the second year in a row, the Cowboy golf team will play in the district meet with a chance to make back-to-back state appearances. They took the title at the 2A sectional meet last Friday at Parkersburg. The red and black finished with a 344 total, followed by: Aplington-Parkersburg 357, South Hamilton 358, East Marshall 365, Dike-New...
05/16/2019 - 2:15pm
For the third time this current fiscal year, the Wright County Board of Supervisors were presented and approved an 18-19 budget amendment. The document shows total revenues decreasing by just over $2.74 million, with a difference in total expenses at minus $891,177. In a separate current budget-related item, a transfer from AgriBusiness back to...
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