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  1. Leo a. BishopRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Messenger

    ... prior. Burial will take place at North Lawn Cemetery. Pastor Dan Kahl will officiate. Leo Avery Bishop was born in Mallard, Iowa on June 25, 1933 to Elmer and Jennie (Triggs) Bishop. Leo was baptized at Rolfe Methodist Church on April 5, 1936 by ...

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  2. Wolverines Suffer First Loss Of SeasonRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 20 | The Democrat

    WEST?BEND - Homecoming week at West Bend-Mallard/Gilmore City-Bradgate ended on a down note as the Wolverines were handed their first loss of the season. Remsen St. Mary's upset the Wolverines by taking a 35-12 win over WBM/GCB in a game that also saw two Wolverine players suffer injuries.

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  3. First Reading of County Wind Energy Ordinance Heats UpRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 15 | The Democrat

    ... some concerns about setback or some way of keeping them from being real close to town," Jim Gehrt, Mayor of Mallard said. "The main question was "Is this in the best interest of Palo Alto County?" I do not come with a resolution but I wanted to ...

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  4. Deryll A. Brodersen 1926-2016Read the original story

    Tuesday Sep 13 | The Democrat

    ... Brodersen of Ayrshire; Randy Brodersen of Spirit Lake; Becky (Marv) Johnson of Rockwell; Shayne (Mary) Brodersen of Mallard; seven grandchildren, Cari Ann Wolfson of Edina, MN; Sara (Adam) Collins of Chicago, IL; Lora (Jose) Fernandez of Miami, FL; ...

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  5. Norma Jean Woodford 1937-2016Read the original story

    Tuesday Sep 13 | The Democrat

    Funeral service for Norma Jean Woodford of Mallard was held Monday, Sept. 12, at the United Methodist Church in Mallard.

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  6. It's Homecoming Week At West Bend-MallardRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 13 | The Democrat

    The Homecoming season begins this week with festivities for students in the West Bend-Mallard/ Gilmore City-Bradgate Schools. Homecoming 2016 got underway Monday with America Day for WBM/GCB students.

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  7. Catechetical leaders enhance prayer lives at Fall GatheringRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | Globe Catholic Newspaper

    ... well as to see several new faces." Ann Langel, DRE at Sts. Peter and Paul Church in West Bend and St. Mary Church in Mallard, said the Fall Gathering was the perfect blend of spiritual and practical they were hoping to achieve. Laura Anderson of ...

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  8. Journey through Scripture: Prayer focus of Bible studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | Globe Catholic Newspaper

    ... from the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology. "It was very enlightening," said Judy Miller of St. Mary Church in Mallard, who noted she learned more options and types of prayer through the study. "We came to enrich our prayer life." She pointed ...

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  9. Wolverines Persevere For VictoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 30 | The Democrat

    WEST?BEND - The new football season opened with a nail-biter for the Wolverines of West Bend-Mallard/Gilmore City-Bradgate Friday night. A late drive by the Wolverine offense lifted them to a 12-10 win over the Northwood-Kensett Vikings.

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  10. Ronald J. NamerRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2016 | The Washington Evening Journal

    ... memorial fund has been established for the Keota Fire Department or Keota QRS. Mr. Namer was born June 28, 1933, in Mallard, the son of Norman and Jeanette (Cone) Namer. He married Irene Fry on May 26, 1953, in Graettinger. He graduated from Mallard ...

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  11. PACGDC Announces New Board MembersRead the original story

    Aug 11, 2016 | The Democrat

    Palo Alto County Gaming and Development Corporation announced two new board members at its July 17 meeting. Glen Simonson from Mallard and Brian Bormann from West Bend were approved to join the volunteer non-profit board that holds the license and distributes the grant dollars from Wild Rose Casino in Emmetsburg.

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  12. Supervisors Approve Utility Permits As Well as Hold Completion HearingRead the original story

    Aug 11, 2016 | The Democrat

    ... payment to be made by the Palo Alto County Auditor within 30 days. Palo Alto County Treasurer Robin Jamison and Mallard Mayor James Gehrt were also on hand to request that past due taxes on a property in Mallard be abated. According to Jamison, ...

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  13. Convert to share faith journeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2016 | Globe Catholic Newspaper

    ... event ties into that theme. Ann Langel, DRE and bookkeeper/secretary at Sts. Peter and Paul and St. Mary Parish in Mallard, said attendees will have the chance to experience the peaceful and spiritual setting of the shrine and it gives the people of ...

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  14. Rate Increases And Recycling Concerns Were Topics of Solid Waste MeetingRead the original story

    Aug 9, 2016 | The Democrat

    ... them away," Joe Neary, Sanitarian, said. "This is the way we have done our recycling since we started in the town of Mallard," James Gehrt, Mayor of Mallard said. "Trying to get people to change now will be difficult." According to Neary there are ...

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  15. Communication Woes Aired On Recycling IssuesRead the original story

    Jul 28, 2016 | The Democrat

    ... - 'death by a thousand cuts' and we want it to stop. He's trying to effect changes through our city employees." Mallard Mayor Jim Gehrt told of two occasions where his city employee had brought recycling to Emmetsburg, only to be told not to come. ...

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  16. Fair Opens With Crowning Of RoyaltyRead the original story

    Jul 26, 2016 | The Democrat

    ... so shocked. I'm so honored to represent Palo Alto County as the Fair Queen." Hoffman is a 2016 graduate of West Bend-Mallard High Shcool and plans to attend Iowa State University this Fall to study architecture. FAIR?ROYALTY - Rachel Hoffman of West ...

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  17. Goth at 40: The enduring appeal of bleakness and black lipstickRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2016 | Stuff.co.nz

    The Cure has been drawing massive crowds during its North American tour, so it seems a good opportunity to talk to goths, whose love of all things bleak, and of unattractive lipstick shades, never cease to fascinate sunny American normals. Outside Madison Square Garden, it's easy to find a friendly family of goths - one current, two formers and their mom.

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  18. Goths at 40: the enduring appeal of bleakness and black lipstickRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 15, 2016 | South China Morning Post

    The subculture that's always been a refuge for the sad kids who felt no one understood them keeps reinventing itself and is flirting with the mainstream, although it's hard to sell something as downbeat as death The Cure have been drawing massive crowds during their North American tour, so it seems a good opportunity to talk to goths, whose love of all things bleak, and of unattractive lipstick shades, never cease to fascinate the rest of America. Outside New York's Madison Square Garden, it's easy to find a friendly family of goths - one current, two formers and their mum.

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  19. Goth at 40: The enduring appeal of bleakness and black lipstickRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 14, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Goth friends enjoying a summer day in Los Angeles. Nearly forty years after it took hold, the subculture has proved surprisingly enduring.

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  20. Betty Schutz 1925-2016Read the original story

    Jul 13, 2016 | The Democrat

    ... Denney (Red) and Jerome Lee (Jerry Lee) all of whom predeceased her. In 1943 she married Robert Schutz (Bob) of Mallard. Three children were born to Bob and Betty, Barbara, James and Alan. Alan died in 2014 and Bob died in 2015. She is survived by ...

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