Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Home RSS
Sewer service fees to increase beginning in February

December 20, 2018 Members of the Dysart City Council on Wednesday voted to increase sewer service fees effective with utility bills due on February 15. more »»

Kane joins Public Works staff

December 13, 2018 With Orlin Riggins retired from Dysart Public Works and Shawn Fisher promoted to Superintendent in his place, public works has welcomed Jamie Kane to their staff this past month. more »»

Union Dance Team bring home hardware from State

December 7, 2018 The Union Dance Team took their hip-hop and novelty routines to the State Dance Competition at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines last week and walked away with second place with the novelty . more »»

Fitness stations coming to C.R. Roberts Trail

December 6, 2018 The Dysart Tree Board has been busy developing the shelter near the C.R. Roberts Trail in town and next will have fitness stations installed this spring. more »»

Wrage caps strong career with Winona State volleyball

November 30, 2018 Dysart resident and former Union athlete Maria Wrage has seen eight years of competitive volleyball come to an end as she took to the court one last time on November 3 as a middle hitter for the... more »»

Riggins to retire from Public Works

November 27, 2018 Dysart Public Works Superintendent will retire from his position officially on Friday, Nov. more »»

Tis the season for the Holiday Baazar

November 16, 2018 More than 50 vendors from Boone, Cedar Rapids, Waterloo and across Iowa set up shop in the Dysart Community Center for the 47th Annual Holiday Baazar, bringing festive and fun trinkets to the to. more »»

Union Dance receive high ratings in solo competition

November 9, 2018 Sarah Michael, Molly Niebergall and Rebekah Leipold represented Union in the 2019 Solo Competition at Newton High School on November 2 and 3, each receiving a Division 1 rating for excellence. more »»

Crosspointe Church finds a new home in Dysart

November 7, 2018 Pastor John Lynn and the congregation at Crosspointe Church in Dysart have a new building to call home after extensive renovations to the former S. more »»

Union Drama brings classics alive alive in Matt Auditorium

November 2, 2018 The Union Drama Department will bring the imagination and color of Alice in Wonderland and The Wizard of Oz to the stage for their fall performance on Saturday, Nov. 3 and Sunday, Nov. more »»

Thomsen enshrined in Union High School Athletic Hall of Fame

October 26, 2018 It’s a loud, crowded Friday night at Union Stadium for the district’s 30th Homecoming as the home Knights football team have pulled well ahead of visiting Roland-Story. more »»

Union standouts shine with rising RedTail volleyball

October 21, 2018 As an attack comes flying over the net, libero Haylee Keune sets her feet and smoothly receives the volley. more »»

Little Knights Learning Center hosts open house

October 19, 2018 The Little Knights Learning Center (LKLC) has been open for more than two months now but held a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house for the daycare on Monday, Oct. 15. more »»

National Honor Society kicks off Student Food Drive

October 17, 2018 The Union High School National Honor Society (NHS) is taking part in the Northeast Iowa Food Bank Student Food Drive, competing against other area schools and collecting meals for those in need. more »»

Wieben honored as Wallaces Farmer Master Farm Homemaker

October 17, 2018 For most of her entire life, Helen Wieben has contributed her time to a multitude of different causes, her community and her hobbies, being recently recognized as a Wallaces Farmer Master Farm... more »»

Beck, Hennings experience immersive trip to Kosovo

October 12, 2018 Karson Hennings of Dysart and Dysart-La Porte FFA Instructor Louis Beck recently returned from an educational trip to Kosovo from September 22-28, learning more about the small European country and... more »»

Four Union dancers selected for All-Iowa Honor Dance Team

October 1, 2018 Four members of the Union Dance team will join 275 of their fellow dancers to perform at a pre-game or halftime show during the girls basketball finals in March. more »»

How the West was Fun explores love, deception with a lot of laughs

September 21, 2018 Members of the Wolf Creek Players theatre group transformed the auditorium of Union Middle School into the Wild West as they presented “How the West was Fun” this past weekend. more »»

Irvine donates 77 acres for prairie land

September 20, 2018 Cathy and David Irvine of rural Dysart had long held a fascination with the prairie lands that once covered Iowa 150 years ago. Today, 99. more »»

Ag Ed adventure brings Pagel to Union

September 17, 2018 Hannah Pagel, an Ag Education student from Iowa State University, is applying her education and experience this semester at Union High School as a student teacher working with Louis Beck in his... more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web