Kathy Pierce

07/18/2017 - 9:10am
Emily Clausen of rural Boxholm was administered the Oath of Office at the Tuesday, July 11 city council meeting and will be serving as the City Administrator, filling the vacancy left by Jane Zahasky who moved out of state. Even after working as a clerk for the City of Boxholm over 20 years, Clausen knows there will still be a learning curve. “As a City administrator, I’ll be spending...
07/11/2017 - 8:17am
Her official title was “Onsite Program Coordinator,” but the registered nurse was so much more - teacher, nurse, supervisor, administrator, planner and friend to the students. Last February Ogden graduate Tara Clark moved to Antigua, Guatemala, and took a new job working for her former college, Bethel University. Clark was the on-the-...
07/03/2017 - 1:23pm
How many of you have noticed the new light pole at Ogden City Hall? Pretty sharp! Ogden Municipal Utilities erected this one (see photo) last month. Their hope is to eventually have them all along main street. “It’s not that we really wanted to replace the current ones,” said OMU Manager Brandon Craighton. “They are still...
07/03/2017 - 1:20pm
Now that voters have approved the bond referendum, Ogden Community School District will be moving forward with its planned facilities project. Funds from the bond will help finance facility changes that will enable  the district to move from three buildings to two. In last Tuesday’s special election, over 71% voted in favor of the...
06/27/2017 - 11:25am
Last January Denny and Lori Good and approximately 300 other individuals were seated in a small amphitheater in Davenport, Iowa. They had all been invited to the premier showing of “The Barn Raisers,” a documentary showcasing barns across the Midwest. The Good family barn just outside of Ogden is one of the structures featured in this...
06/20/2017 - 3:06pm
We ran a recent story about an elderly lady who was taken advantage of by a daughter-in-law who wiped her clean of her life savings. As a power of attorney, the daughter-in-law had full access to the checking account. But instead of just writing checks for expenses, the money was withdrawn for personal use, erasing an over $400,000 bank balance....
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