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This year's Franklin County Fair fell victim to the coronavirus pandemic just like most other county fairs, and even the Iowa State Fair. But that didn't mean all was lost.

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The 2020 Hardin County Fair was in danger this year. The coronavirus pandemic closed schools, businesses and churches in March and April. But as restrictions started lifting in May, many of town festivals and fairs started making alternative plans.

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Gov. Kim Reynolds did more than merely visit Pine Lake Corn Processors (PLCP) near Cleves last week. She signed Senate File 2403 into law there, extending Iowa’s biofuel tax to June 30, 2026.

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When Mick Zoske started his business — Zoske’s Sales and Service — in 1998, he had no idea he’d one day help revolutionize an industry. But by the time AgPremier Inc., acquired his Iowa Falls-based line of manure management equipment and operations two years ago, that’s exactly what Zoske wa…

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Terry Wohlford had a sense of humor, especially when it came to his teenage daughter and her obsession with wearing "bling" at junior cattle shows.

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Darwin Miller is the face of ISU Extension and Outreach in Hardin County. His presence at workshops, community events and other local functions has been a constant over the years.

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Standing in front of the judging panel at the AQHA Youth Worlds in Oklahoma City, Camren Madden had sweaty hands.

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Before Carrie Aldrich and her husband Rodney Reinertson arrived in a wooded area between Steamboat Rock and Eldora last Wednesday, they didn't know what kind of condition Ben and BeeBee - a pair of abandoned horses - would be in.