Kathy Pierce

11/06/2018 - 12:02pm
It’s hard to imagine that Lauren Kennedy, at one time, didn’t even like the water. Then her middle school friends talked her into being on a summer swim team. Now she can’t get enough of it.     “I loved it, but they eventually dwindled out,” says Kennedy. Maybe it was the rigors of practicing twice daily, in the morning and after school, that...
11/06/2018 - 11:55am
    Although the name on the “shingle” at Ogden Family Chiropractic has changed, Dr. Brad Poock is confident the quality of care patients have come to know and expect will remain the same.     Aubrey Hunter remembers vividly the day Dr. Brad Poock, the local chiropractor, came and spoke to her eighth...
10/23/2018 - 2:13pm
by KATHY PIERCE REPORTER STAFF WRITER Phase I of the new street light project is nearing completion. The 24 new angular light poles along mainstreet are a sharp contrast to the old fifties style curved design. Ogden Municipal Utilities (OMU) is finishing up installation and will soon have the older fixtures taken down. And everyone can agree, they...
10/16/2018 - 3:25pm
In light of the recent murders of two female college students, the public, especially women, are wondering just what can they do to protect themselves. SFC Shawn Bryant of the Iowa National Guard, who is also a reserve deputy for the Boone County Sheriff’s Department, posted on Facebook that he was offering a self-defense class. ...
10/16/2018 - 3:22pm
It is with sadness that Brent Clark, owner of Clark’s Food Mart, announced he will be closing his grocery store, a business he has owned and operated here since 1999. This week’s back page of The Ogden Reporter formally announces his decision. Brent explained that this has not been an easy decision. “We have explored several...
10/09/2018 - 10:22am
Swede Valley Lutheran Church recently turned 150. That means there is a century and a half of records in storage - church registries, ministerial acts (baptisms, weddings), transfer papers, board meeting minutes,  plus financial and cemetery records. Warren Johnson of Omaha was tasked by the Swedish genealogy company ArkivDigital to help find...
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