Calhoun Couny Archives

Harlan Pedestrian Killed Thanksgiving Day

A pedestrian was struck and killed while walking along Highway 59 on Thanksgiving Day. The Iowa State Patrol responded to the scene south of Harlan near 700th Street at approximately 5:52 a.m. A 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer, driven

Fire Service Instructor 1 Classes At Harlan In January

The Fire Service Training Bureau of the State Fire Marshal’s Office has announced they will be holding Instructor I classes in Harlan in January. The course, which meets the objectives for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications, will

Deer Harvest To Date Running Behind 2016

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) says the 2017 deer season harvest is running slightly behind the 2016 totals. To date, they have seen 21,825 deer reported, compared to 21,947 for the same time last year.

Let’s Talk Turkey Before You Take That Nap!

It is predicted that there will be approximately 68 million turkeys consumed this Thanksgiving and Christmas in the United States. This is about one for every five people in the country. And where there is turkey gluttony,

U.S. Cellular Adds Cell Site In Lohrville

U.S. Cellular has announced an expansion to their network with the new cell site along Third Street on the east side of Lohrville. This addition is expected to increase coverage in Lohrville and the surrounding area. Director