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Published 6:13am Feb 9th

Instructors gave VS 5th graders their first ski lessons Monday at Sundown Mountain.

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  • Instructors gave VS 5th graders their first ski lessons Monday at Sundown Mountain.
    Published 6:13am Feb 9th

    Instructors gave VS 5th graders their first ski lessons Monday at Sundown Mountain.

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  • Virginia Gay Hospital Administrator Mike Riege with Senator Joni Ernst
    Published 12:23pm Feb 8th

    Virginia Gay Hospital Administrator Mike Riege with Senator Joni Ernst

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  • The Voyagers dance event included a variety of group dances and solos.
    Published 8:57am Feb 7th

    The Voyagers dance event included a variety of group dances and solos.

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  • 'Marry the Night:' Voyagers perform their Jazz routine during their annual show on Saturday.
    Published 8:57am Feb 7th

    'Marry the Night:' Voyagers perform their Jazz routine during their annual show on Saturday.

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IMCA following record-setting 100th season with bigger, better 2016

By Bill Martin, IMCA · 2:52pm February 10th, 2016 · 17 hours ago
After as record-setting centennial season, the International Motor Contest Association is on track for even bigger and better things this year. The oldest automotive racing sanctioning body in the country, IMCA will provide rules and procedures used at dirt track events in more than 30 states and Canada.

Iowa's Congolese community unites to help Highway 30 accident victims

By Dean Close · 11:20am February 10th, 2016 · 21 hours ago
The tragic accident on Highway 30 claimed the lives of three Congolese Iowans who came to the U.S. to flee the unrest and violence that has plagued much of Africa. The three men who died in the accident early last Thursday morning had recently moved to Iowa. They were in a vanload of immigrants headed toward the Iowa Premium Beef packing plant in Tama, where many of the immigrants had found their first jobs.

Senior Night: Vikings reverse fortunes, defeat CPU by 13

By Dean Close · 10:06am February 10th, 2016 · 22 hours ago
Junior Tyler Bartz led the Vikings with 20 points as the Vikings defeated Center Point-Urbana, 69-56, in Wamac basketball action on Tuesday. The Stormin' Pointers had defeated the Vikings by 13 a few weeks ago in Center Point, and came to town in first place in the Wamac West, with just one loss in conference play.

Nepotism policy: Employee handbook revision will allow county worker to keep job

By Dean Close · 9:33am February 10th, 2016 · 22 hours ago
The Benton County Board of Supervisors, along with several representatives of county departments, have been working for several weeks on revising the county employee’s manual (handbook). On Tuesday morning, the group spent more than an hour going over the fourth revision of the handbook, which covers a variety of employment rules and procedures.

Vinton woman wins $100,000 from Iowa Lottery

By Vinton Today · 3:40pm February 9th, 2016
A Benton County woman may be getting a newer pickup truck after claiming a $100,000 prize from an Iowa Lottery scratch game. Barbara Osterkamp of Vinton won her big prize on a “Vegas Game Book” scratch ticket she bought Thursday at Casey’s, 4397 N. Center Point Road in Center Point.

Rippel signs with Mount Mercy baseball team

By Dean Close · 2:20pm February 9th, 2016
Vinton-Shellsburg senior pitcher Tyler Rippel signed his letter of intent to play baseball next season for Coach Jack Dahm and the Mount Mercy University Mustangs. Dahm and Viking coach Jim Struve joined Rippel and his family for a signing ceremony Wednesday at VSHS. Rippel pitched for the Vikings in last year's State Tournament, giving up just two earned runs to eventual State Champion Waverly-Shell Rock.