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The city of Spencer may have a costly fix in the near future for the Grand Avenue Bridge.
A Hartley man on duty for the US Postal service was seriously injured in a Wednesday morning collision with a semi.
538 students in Spencer will have school supplies this years as a part of the 25th annual Classroom Collections project.
Gasoline prices are dropping slowly and steadily as Iowa motorists are seeing the lowest pump prices for August since 2009.
Storm Lake firefighters were called to an apartment early this (Wednesday) morning.
A number of public lots will be closed on Thursday for cleaning and painting in Spencer.
Iowa House Speaker Kraig Paulsen is stepping down as Speaker of the House and will not seek re-election in 2016.
A Tuesday afternoon accident took the life of a Spirit Lake man.
Spencer Police are hosting their 2nd annual Drug Prevention 5K-Walk-Run this weekend.
A Sioux Rapids man has been seriously injured after his motorcycle was rear-ended by an SUV attempting to elude a state trooper.
The Spencer Family YMCA is in the early stages of planning an expansion and renovation.
There are no contested school board races on the ballot in Clay County this year.
The winner of the Excelerate Estherville contest was announced during Sweet Corn Days this weekend.
Iowans paid over a quarter of a billion dollars in personal income taxes to the State of Iowa last month.
Two Primghar women were taken to the hospital following a Saturday morning accident.
The Okoboji Entrepreneurial Institute hosted the Pitch and Grow event on Monday.
Investigation is underway into an individual shooting at an aerial spray plane.
Thousands of communities are taking part in the National Night Ou
College students from across Iowa are taking part in the Okoboji Entrepreneurial Institute this week.
The 2nd filing of an ordinance which would increase the speed limit on Highway Boulevard in north Spencer has passed on a split vote.