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Scam Calls Won’t Go Away

–Law enforcement officials are reminding area residents to be wary of phone calls asking for money or personal information. Kossuth County Sheriff Steve Kollasch tells KLGA News that these scam calls used to come and go but that doesn’t seem to be the case anymore. Kollasch says these scam callers are usually very convincing and …

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West Bend-Mallard’s Youth, Athleticism Highlight Upcoming 2018 Season

The first stop on our 2018 high school football preview week takes us to West Bend-Mallard High School where, under second-year Head Coach Shawn Morris, the Wolverines hope to improve on the team’s 3-5 2017 record. Playing in Class 8 Man District 1, Morris and the Wolverines believe a postseason spot is there for the …

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Legal Aid Clinic to be Held

–Volunteer lawyers from Iowa Legal Aid will be holding a clinic this week where they can help residents fill out some common legal documents. Diane Wilson is the Managing Attorney for the Iowa Legal Aid office in Mason City and she tells KLGA News about the clinic. Wilson says these forms can be found online …

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Hawkeye Football Holds Annual Media Day in Iowa City

Iowa football held it’s annual media day on Friday, August 10th in Iowa City. Members of the coaching staff and players were available to the media for interviews before the season kicks off at the beginning of September. Find interviews with Head Coach Kirk Ferentz, position coaches Tim Polasek and Derrick Foster, plus former Algona …

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Algona School Board Names Interim Superintendent

–The Algona School Board approved the hiring of an interim superintendent at their monthly meeting Monday evening. Board President Cheryl Grether spoke about the decision to hire Dr. Thomas Williams to serve the district during the upcoming school year. Grether says there were many things about Dr. Williams that impressed the board.   Grether says …

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Hunter’s Education Class to be Held

–The Kossuth County Conservation Board will host a Hunter Education Course next week. KCCB Director Kendall Stumme tells KLGA News that you must attend all sessions to receive certification for the course. Stumme says they will cover a variety of topics during each night of the class.   Stumme says this is a class that …

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