Adoption is a blessing for this family
Wednesday, 03 August 2011 11:51
By Marianne Morf
Ashley and Shea Coleman share a strong faith which they believe has brought them a great challenge and blessing in a tiny package.
The young Clear Lake couple has just returned home to Clear Lake with Mikha, a 21-month-old boy from the Ukraine which they have adopted. Mikah was born with Down’s Syndrome and a heart murmur. He has undergone two open heart surgeries in his homeland.
The Colemans say adoption was something they have always known they would pursue, but thought it would happen much later, after all
Ventura inks superintendent sharing deal
Wednesday, 27 July 2011 12:10
Move to share G-H leader prompted by unexpected shake-up
The Ventura School Board approved a one-year superintendent sharing agreement with the Garner-Hayfield School District in a special meeting Monday, July 25. Ventura will pay 50 percent of Tyler Williams’ $150,000 salary, plus benefit package.
The Board unanimously supported the agreement. The Garner-Hayfield board also approved the sharing Monday night.
The heat is on!
Wednesday, 27 July 2011 12:07
Alliant Energy customers set new mark for energy use; Demand tops peak level set in 2003
Interstate Power and Light Company, an Alliant Energy company, set an electric peak for customers in its west region, which includes Iowa and Minnesota. This group set a new record peak of 3,701 megawatts at 6 p.m. Monday, July 18.
Unsworth to run for at-large City Council seat
Wednesday, 27 July 2011 11:37
Terry Unsworth has announced his plan to seek election to the remaining two-year term of the at-large City Council position he currently holds.
Unsworth originally served one term on the Council, ending in December, 2009, representing the Second Ward. He was appointed to the at-large position formerly held by Jon Monson in September, 2010. His appointment was for the period ending with the November, 2011 election.
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