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Alvin and Julia Kramer named Co-Optimists of the Year

Alvin and Julia Kramer were named Co-Optimists of the year by president Jim Crowther at the Kalona Optimist annual dinner on Oct. 15. Julia has served as club secretary for the past few years as … more

Pet of the Week

This week’s PAWS & More pet of the week is Taco, a two year old adult male rabbit. Taco is medium-sized and has brown/chocolate and white fur. He is house-trained, neutered and his … more

United Way launches workers relief fund

United Way Worldwide and Kendall-Jackson have partnered to pledge $2 million to a fund that will provide financial support to grocery workers across the nation. Any current employee of a grocery … more

Pleasantview seeks donations for bus

By now you probably are aware of the cancellation of our annual Pleasantview Benefit Sale. Of course, we’re not alone in cancelling longstanding community events. More than likely every … more

Johnson Co. mailings about unreturned absentee ballots may be outdated

Johnson County voters may have received a recent campaign mailing stating that their absentee ballot has not been retuned, but this mailing included outdated information. Campaigns regularly purchase … more

Free COVID-19 testing clinic to come to Kalona

Rural Health and Safety of Eastern Iowa and Mercy Iowa City are partnering to bring a mobile clinic to Kalona to provide free COVID-19 testing to qualifying patients. The clinic will be in the … more

Kalonacade Rolls Through Town

Participating organizations included: the Washington County Sherrifs Office, Hills Bank, Mid-Prairie Community School District, Farmer’s Hen House, Reliable Tires and Service, First Class … more

Boxes of non-perishable food available at Shelter B

The City of Kalona will provide boxes of non-perishable food on a first-come-first-serve, honor-system basis at Shelter B in the Kalona City Park beginning on the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 21. The … more

Kalona Public Library News

Curbside is available Monday - Thursday 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you would like to come into the library please call us to set up an … more

Boy Scout Troop 234 receives funds from Sons of Amvets

Kalona Boy Scout Troop 234 accepted a $1,500 check from their sponsors, the Sons of Amvets. more

League of Women Voters of Iowa publishes history book “And They Persisted”

The calendar year 2020 is the 100 year anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which in 1920 granted women to vote. The year 2020 is also the 100-year anniversary of the League of … more

Pet of the Week

This week’s PAWS & More pet of the week is Cider, a young male blue, grey and black tabby cat. Cider is a cat on a mission: PARTY! He loves to play and explore and test his limits. … more

Kalona fire dept. oversees burn of Shiloh buildings

Under the supervision of the Kalona Volunteer Fire Department, former Shiloh church complex buildings were burned on the evening of Oct. 11. Kalona Fire Chief Jerry Zahradnek said the firemen had … more

Sharon Hill Cemetery walk draws over 115 visitors

The cemetery walks, hosted by the Kalona Historical Society and the Iowa Mennonite Historical Society, drew over 115 visitors to the Sharon Hill Cemetery on Oct. 10-11. Attendees were guided to six … more

Mid-Prairie extends mask mandate, with updates

The Mid-Prairie School Board voted on Oct. 12 to maintain its face covering mandate but updated the mandate with more specific requirements. All students, teachers and staff must wear a face … more

Trump parade rolls through Washington County

There were approximately 50 participants in the Trump parade that started in Washington, went on to Riverside and through Kalona September 3.  The above truck float was on a wet  B Avenue … more

Cemetery walk at Sharon Hill

Meg Nagel and her daughter Charlotte portray Ellen and Cleola Grady during the Sharon Hill cemetery walk hosted by the Kalona Historical Society and Mennonite Historical Society on Oct. 10. more

SEISC teams battle for league titles

Thursday is conference championship day for the Highland, Lone Tree and Hillcrest Academy cross country teams. The Southeast Iowa Super Conference championship meet for both boys and girls will be … more

Work continues on Southtown development

C.J. Moyna and Sons, led by project manager Adam Kos, has broken ground on the new Southtown development. The construction company is known for its excellence in grading and earth-moving. Work … more

1-2-3 Sweep

Danielle Hostetler ran 5 kilometers Monday. Then, she did it again. Battling a nagging hip injury, Hostetler, a freshman at Mid-Prairie, led a one-two-three Golden Hawks sweep in the girls … more
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