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Eekhoff receives Outstanding Volunteer AwardLE MARS — The Le Mars United Way honored Kevin Eekhoff with the Paul Olson Outstanding Volunteer of the Year Award at the Le Mars Area Chamber of Commerce annual dinner Jan. 19. Eekhoff, who is...
Plymouth County EMA working to update hazardous mitigation planLE MARS — No one knows when a disaster will strike, but you can be prepared to deal with it. And that’s Becca Socknat’s responsibility. Socknat, the Plymouth County Emergency Management Agency (EMA)...
Blackhawks soar to first state duals appearance
City wastewater department will face violationsLE MARS — Le Mars will face challenges dealing with wastewater in 2023, the Le Mars City Council was told as it listened to four annual reports from city department heads during its Tuesday, Jan. 17...
Parts are in for railroad crossing repairLE MARS — After being closed since Nov. 14, the railroad crossing at 12th Street Southwest and Business Highway 75 should be open by the end of next week. Scott Kneip, street supervisor for the Le...
Albert recognized as 2022 Main Street volunteer1LE MARS — When it comes to volunteers, The Le Mars Main Street program found they had a good one in Steve Albert. Albert was named the 2022 Main Street Volunteer of the Year recipient at the Le Mars...
LCS Large Group Speech advances 13 to stateLE MARS — Le Mars Community High School will send 13 entries to the State Large Group Speech Contest this Saturday, Feb. 4. The contest will be held at Le Mars Community. Fifteen groups competed at...
Help clear fire hydrants of snowLE MARS — When a fire call comes in, firemen need quick and easy access to fire hydrants. The Le Mars Fire-Rescue Department is asking citizens for help in making sure fire hydrants are cleared of...
Treasurer: Plymouth County in sound shape financiallyLE MARS — Plymouth County’s books are balanced and the balances are very strong. That’s the essence of a report delivered to the Plymouth County Board of Supervisors by Plymouth County Treasurer...
Hospital auxiliary offers peanut clusters for Valentine’s DayLE MARS — February is known as the month of hearts, love to be exact. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, one way to share love is by giving a small token to those you care about and the...
- Le Mars Arts Center hosts music and art fundraiser (1/30/23)
- Supervisor Anderson: Workforce Development organization has failed (1/30/23)
- Women in Nature at Hillview (1/30/23)
- Water use up, obtaining parts an issue (1/30/23)
- Dave Hill honored as 2022 Citizen of the Year (1/27/23)
- County gets 11 percent increase in insurance costs (1/27/23)
- Gehlen prepares for Catholic Schools Week Jan. 29-Feb. 4 (1/27/23)
- Schipper gives annual report on Le Mars Fire-Rescue (1/27/23)
- Claussen’s named Business of the Year (1/25/23)
- Nine Gehlen groups advance to state large group speech (1/25/23)
- New community development director has busy first six months (1/25/23)
- Prison inmate Thomas Knapp dies (1/25/23)
- Total Motors adds Sheldon dealership (1/23/23)
- Gehlen Catholic band students experience bowl game festivities (1/23/23)
- Two join Plymouth County Extension staff (1/23/23)
- No. 7 RSM boys blast SLSM, squeak by West Sioux in OTREMSEN — The Remsen St. Mary’s boys basketball team picked up wins on Monday and Tuesday, but in contrasting styles. The first was a blowout win while the second needed an extra period to decide the winner. The Hawks hosted winless Storm Lake St. Mary’s on Monday and cruised to a 55-22 win. ...
- No. 4 RSM girls basketball beats SLSM, West SiouxREMSEN — The Class 1A No. 4 ranked Remsen St. Mary’s girls basketball team picked up a pair of wins on Monday and Tuesday. The Hawks met Storm Lake St. Mary’s for a non-conference game on Monday and came away with a 59-16 win. RSM scored in double digits in all four quarters while holding their opponent to five points or less in each of the frames...
- Defense propels No. 11 Hinton girls past Gehlen (2/2/23)
- Gehlen boys pull away from Hinton in second half (2/2/23)
- Le Mars basketball teams handle North (2/2/23)
- K-P girls advance to WVC championship game (2/2/23)
- Le Mars loses to Johnston in regional dual tourney (2/2/23)
- Kingsley-Pierson beats West Sioux, falls to Emmetsburg in regional duals (2/2/23)
Lawrence ‘Larry’ Mullally (2/3/23)
Doris Mortensen (2/3/23)Doris Mortensen, 89, of Le Mars, died Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2023, at Orange City Area Health System in Orange City. Doris Margaret Crawford, the daughter of Lyle and Leona (Thiesen) Crawford, was born...
Eric Allan Kunkel (2/1/23)Eric Allan Kunkel, from Des Moines, formerly of Remsen, left this world Thursday, Jan. 26, 2023. He was 36 years young. Eric was born Sept. 23, 1986, in Le Mars, the son of Mark and Doris (Rolfes)...
Marlys Irene Kommes (2/1/23)Marlys Irene Kommes, 79, of Le Mars, died Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2023, at Avera McKennan Hospital following a lengthy illness. Marlys Irene Kommes was born on Sept. 12, 1943, in Blencoe, the daughter of...
- Supervisor Anderson: Workforce Development organization has failed
- Albert recognized as 2022 Main Street volunteer
- Le Mars qualifies five for girls state wrestling tourney
- Le Mars Arts Center hosts music and art fundraiser
- Hinton advances to state wrestling duals for first time
- Water use up, obtaining parts an issue
- City wastewater department will face violations
- Prison inmate Thomas Knapp dies
- Dave Hill honored as 2022 Citizen of the Year
- LCS Large Group Speech advances 13 to state