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From our Files, Sept. 26, 2013

September 26, 2013
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Sept. 26, 2003

NEWS: Elm Street Home, a specially built house in Webster City was designed to accommodate five young men with disabilities.

SPORTS: The St. Edmond eighth-grade football team defeated Eagle Grove 26-12.

Sept. 26, 1988

NEWS: Several Iowa legislators visited Brushy Creek to help shape their view on whether the area should be flooded and a dam built for a 590-acre lake proposed by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.

SPORTS: Dan McGrevey won the first Fort Dodge Triad, combining golf, bowling and pool.

Sept. 26, 1963

NEWS: Clifford Pittstick and Sons, Jolley, exhibited the reserve champion boar at the Spotted Hog state show and sale. The boar sold for $1,225.

SPORTS: Rosie Hoffman had the high game in the American Beauty bowling league with 196.

 
 

 

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