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What a Wonderful World! Dani's Dreams Memorial Walk/Run 2015

PHOTOS BY ELYSE SOMBKE
The Southern Hancock Community showed up in force Aug. 1 to “Change the World!” at the eighth annual Dani’s Dreams Memorial Walk/Run at New Palestine High School. 243 more words

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Only a week left to 'Change the World!'

Southern Hancock families can “Change the World” Aug. 1, 8 a.m. at New Palestine High School at the eighth annual Dani’s Dreams Memorial Walk/Run.

Register for the 5K or the 1-mile family walk/run and kids of all ages are encouraged to run and participate in the fun activities (bubbles and paper airplanes) and meet Ralph Sean Green, the coolest caterpillar/butterfly you’ve ever seen! 103 more words

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Aquaculture at the Hancock County Fair

BRITT, Iowa – There is a new type of farming growing in popularity across the Hawkeye state.

So far, roughly 30 farms have started what’s called aquaculture, or aquafarming. 271 more words

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County employees get a 4.5% raise

Ed. The following opinion is offered by Mike Flynn, Hancock county resident. Mike is retired, U.S. Army.

I hear that the Hancock County Council has approved a 4.5% pay raise for all county employees. 272 more words

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Road to new fairgrounds following a familiar path

Ed. This article is contributed by Shelton Oakes, a resident of Hancock county. Mr. Oakes has been an active member of the community, and most recently served as a board member of the Mt. 433 more words

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Farmers develop a new approach for fertilizing fields

KLEMME, Iowa – Last January, city leaders in Des Moines announced a lawsuit against drainage districts in Sac, Calhoun and Buena Vista counties.

This came after alarming results in a water test showing high levels of nitrates in the Raccoon River. 391 more words

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It's OVER $30 Million!

From the beginning of the proposed Hancock county 4-H fairgrounds relocation, The Constitution Committee has carefully followed the actions of those leading the project. We are using our blog to keep you informed about this subject, mostly because The Greenfield Daily Reporter doesn’t. 420 more words

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