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Lincoln Street work set to begin late summer

July 31, 2018 Work to replace the concrete on a deteriorating portion of Lincoln Street will begin as early as August 27, with Hatch Grading and Contracting winning the bid for the project. more »»

Dysart women take on self-defense class

July 26, 2018 Inside the Union Middle School wrestling room, 18 women pair up and prepare to square off. This wasn’t a sparring practice, but rather something more practical. more »»

Dysart Ambulance work to solve volunteer shortage

July 23, 2018 As seen throughout the state of Iowa, especially in rural towns, ambulance services are struggling to maintain volunteers to drive and provide care for their communities. more »»

Langbehn recounts 70 years in Dysart

July 12, 2018 For nearly 70 years, Harold Langbehn has lived and worked in Dysart, and on Sunday, July 8 he recounted the old days of the city during a presentation at the Dysart Historical Society. more »»

New Dysart Park infield being put to good use

July 5, 2018 Summertime in Dysart Park means a lot of different things. Some children running around the playground, a jogger on their daily routine through the park, a couple of teenagers shooting hoop. more »»

4th of July just around the corner

June 28, 2018 Club Dysart’s Annual 4th of July is next week and organizers like Kayle Neegaard are working to ensure this long-time celebration continues for Dysart and surrounding communities to enjoy. more »»

Summer fun at Norma Anders Library

June 28, 2018 School may be out, but the learning still continues through the summer reading program at Norma Ander Library. more »»

Scadden Dysart’s new Ambulance Director

June 15, 2018 Julie Scadden has officially begun her duties as Dysart Ambulance Director after being hired last month to take over for the retiring Steve Weekley. more »»

Carty hits target on State Championship

June 15, 2018 Megan Carty of Dysart is the State Champion in pistol shooting for the fifth year in a row in her division and will look to Nationals next month with a goal of a titl. more »»

Butler retires from Dysart UMC

June 8, 2018 After five years in town, Reverend Linda Butler retired from preaching at Dysart United Methodist Church this past weekend with one last sermon and plenty of goodbye. more »»

Back Roads Vintage Market returns for sixth year

June 7, 2018 Approximately 50 vendors lined the streets of downtown Dysart for the 6th Annual Back Roads Vintage Market, where area vendors showed off their unique crafts to locals and art enthusiasts. more »»

Dysart-La Porte FFA abuzz with beekeeping

June 1, 2018 Students at both Union Middle and High School have a sweet opportunity to learn more about honeybees through a $5,000 grant provided by Pioneer Hybrid which the Dysart-La Porte FFA has used to lear... more »»

Union students pitch in with Dysart Gorge

May 24, 2018 Approximately 30 students from Union High School took a field trip down to Dysart to help along the progress of the Great Dysart Gorge anamorphic art piece down Main Street on Monday, May 21. more »»

Little Knights Learning Center opening in August

May 11, 2018 After more than a year of concentrated effort by Wanda Petersen and members of the Dysart community, Little Knights Learning Center for infants to 12 year olds will open at Dysart Elementary on... more »»

Harrison hits 40th year with Dysart Drive In

May 3, 2018 For 40 years, Rhonda Harrison has been the friendly face at Dysart Drive In on Highway 21, serving up ice cream, burgers, tenderloins as she has since working the business with her parents Tony and... more »»

Weekly set to retire June 1 as Ambulance Director

April 27, 2018 In his 20 years as Ambulance Director in Dysart, Steve Weekly has been in nearly every house in the community for various reasons. Maybe a senior citizen has fallen and needs help getting u. more »»

Great Dysart Gorge coming to Main Street

April 20, 2018 Main Street is set to transformed into a deep gorge in a matter of days later this spring, an illusion of a gorge that is. more »»

Uknighted in F.U.N.

April 20, 2018 The idea that robots could bring together high school students from different social groups together as a team seems rather far-fetched, yet that’s exactly what the Fiercely Uknighted Nation (FUN)... more »»

City Council approves $3,000 for baseball diamond renovation

April 20, 2018 The baseball diamond at Dysart Park is getting a $8,000 renovation later this spring led by local efforts to restore the field to a playable state. more »»

Daddy-Daughter Dance brings families together

April 13, 2018 It was a boot-stomping good time at Dysart-Genesco Elementary school on Saturday, April 7 at the school’s second annual Daddy-Daughter Dance hosted by the DG Elementary PTO. more »»



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