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Union students visit Irvine Prairie.

December 2, 2019 Union High School students took some time out of their school day to visit nearby Irvine Prairie to help broadcast seeds over two acres of land on Wednesday, Nov. 20. more »»

Dysart Women’s Club celebrates 80 years before disbandment

November 21, 2019 The Dysart’s Women’s Club recognized their 80th anniversary with a gathering at the Zion Lutheran Church on Saturday, No. more »»

Rammelsberg hits 30 years in practice

November 1, 2019 Dr. Dori Rammelsberg has provided chiropractic services in Dysart for 30 years as of October 30th and doesn’t show any signs of ending her practice anytime soon. more »»

Once a Knight, still a Knight

October 25, 2019 Since childhood, Jace Glenn knew he wanted to play football at a high level. more »»

Gold Star Hall Ceremony to recognize Pfc Meredith Winter

October 18, 2019 Iowa State University’s Great Hall will be the host of the annual Gold Star Hall Ceremony on Veterans Day this year, honoring Private First Class Meredith Deroy Winter formerly of Dysart and three... more »»

Scheel welcomed into Union Hall of Fame

October 18, 2019 The 2011 3A football championship team holds a special place in the hearts of the Union faithful, and Jay Scheel was in the middle of the tremendous year. more »»

Fields of Faith brings 500 youth together for lessons in life

October 14, 2019 Though the rain put a damper on the field part, the faith was as strong as ever for the 13th Annual Fields of Faith inside the Union High School gym, hosted by the Union FCA and featuring guest... more »»

Schemmel, Scott run opposed in school board elections

October 4, 2019 Both Districts located in the Dysart area for Union Community Schools will see the ballot for the November 5 election with a candidate each running unopposed for a school board sea. more »»

Thiele set to retire, opening two-horse race for Mayor in November

September 27, 2019 After eight years as Mayor of Dysart and two with the City Council, Pam Thiele has announced she will be stepping down effective after the November 5 election as two candidates have stepped forward... more »»

Norma Anders Public Library sees increased use

September 20, 2019 According to statistics released by Norma Anders Public Library, the library has seen a significant increase in use and attendance of programs over the 2019 fiscal year and reported their findings... more »»

Dysart’s Magic Cylinder dedicated

September 16, 2019 An idea proposed nearly a year and a half ago became a reality as the latest illusion in Dysart, a Magic Cylinder, was officially dedicated in Dysart Park on Sunday, Sept. more »»

Sassy’s Boutique after 11 years under Petersen

September 13, 2019 A Main Street fixture closed its doors at the beginning of the month as Wanda Petersen said goodbye to 11 and a half years of running Sassy’s Boutique. more »»

Sacquitne returns to lead Union Ag program

September 11, 2019 Agriculture students and FFA members at Union are seeing a familiar face back in the classroom this school year as Adam Sacquitne, who did his student teaching in LPC, has returned as the... more »»

Dysart Fire, Ambulance team up for AirCare training

September 6, 2019 The Dysart Fire Department and Ambulance Department held a joint training for helicopter rescue on Thursday, Aug. 29, including a lecture and landing training in town. more »»

Shear Sister’s Salon opens on Main Street

September 6, 2019 Master Clipper on Main Street is no more, but sisters Brianna Petersen and Attalina DiGiacomo have joined forces to open Shear Sister’s Salon in its place this wee. more »»

Meet your new Union High School and Middle School Teachers

August 26, 2019 Benjamin Andera Hometown: Cresco, IA Numbers of years teaching: Nine years teaching College and degree: University of Northern Iowa, Bachelors Classes you'll be teaching: Intermediate Math I and II... more »»

Brady patrolling full-time for Dysart Police Dept

August 15, 2019 Dysart Police Officer Ray Brady was recently moved to full-time with the local department, quickly taking to the streets in his new role Brady has been a certified police officer in the state since... more »»

Albertsen wins KCRG’s Summer Writing Contest

August 15, 2019 Brynn Albertsen, a sixth grader at Union Middle School, was selected a winner recently for KCRG’s Summer Writing Contest, which focuses on writing about a personal her. more »»

Dysart Heritage Arboretum

August 12, 2019 As the Dysart Tree Board found itself running out of room to plant memorial trees in 2004, a solution came along to dedicate the Heritage Arboretum just off of Clark Street in town, “The park was... more »»

Reese continues fundraiser at Farmers Market

August 12, 2019 Last summer, Dysart resident Ainsley Reese raised over $300 selling lemonade at the Dysart Farmers Market to donate to three area organizations. more »»



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