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02/20/2019 - 12:26pm

Spencer Trenary has been focused and building toward this conclusion all season, and it culminated in a 285-pound 2A championship last Saturday night at the State Wrestling Tournament. Trenary pinned Weyer (Harlan) in 3:12, then after having his hand raised in victory proceeded up into the seats to get a bear hug from his father. The senior caps off an amazing season and high school career at...

02/13/2019 - 11:49am
Ryan David Stevens, a 2010 Clarion-Goldfield graduate, is an American composer who now lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His parents are Kathie and Russ Stevens. Ryan received a B.M. in music theory and composition in 2016 from the University of Northern Iowa, studying under Dr. Jonathan Schwabe and Dr. Alan Schmitz. Stevens takes interest in...
02/06/2019 - 11:58am
            Despite the chilly weather, the Goldfield School Multipurpose Room was half-full last Thursday as several community members attended a public meeting to explain a new housing program that could bring over 10 news homes to town. The city of Goldfield and Wright County Economic Development hosted this event...
02/06/2019 - 11:51am
When Dean Kluss began his term as a Wright County Supervisor a little over a month ago, he thought he knew what to expect. Kluss had been attending as many supervisors meeting as possible in the months before his swearing in, so had witnessed firsthand what meetings entailed. However, he still admits there is more to the job than he could have...
02/06/2019 - 11:34am
The numbers are staggering...3.5 million people worldwide willingly purchase another human being every day for their own personal use - a slave to fulfill their desires.  Statistics show that 27 million people worldwide are the victims of some form of human trafficking. That’s more than at the height of the Transatlantic Slave Trade (...
01/30/2019 - 12:08pm
Ten people from Holy Family Catholic Cluster and the community were looking forward to what has become an annual mission trip to Haiti. The trip was only days away when the team was struck with some sad news. The priest and archbishop of the mission they support in Haiti requested that they cancel the trip.       ...
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