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The Kossuth County Advance is keeping a running tally of the COVID-19 case count within Kossuth County. Here are details:   UPDATED, Monday, Aug. 10, Noon: The number of COVID-19 cases diagnosed in...
ALGONA—Students in the Algona Community School District (ACSD) will start in the classrooms when school opens Monday, Aug. 24, after the ACSD Board of Directors approved a Return-to-Learn onsite...
KOSSUTH COUNTY—The State Library of Iowa has announced the list of libraries that met the conditions for state accreditation as of July 1 as outlined in “In Service to Iowa: Public Library Standards...
Algona Police Chief Kendall Pals (left) has a conversation with Sen. Dennis Guth (center) and Rep. Terry Baxter before a legislative session that involved law enforcement issues at Algona City Hall on Friday, Aug. 7. Photo by Alan Van Ormer
ALGONA—Law enforcement officials in north central Iowa counties are concerned about national issues that could impact their communities, as well as state issues they hope can be addressed in the...
ALGONA – The 72nd annual Band Days has been cancelled due to safety concerns around the COVID-19 Pandemic. The event would have been held on Saturday, Oct. 3. Algona Area Chamber of Commerce...
SIOUX CITY—Bishop Walker Nickless of the Diocese of Sioux City has authorized and announced the formation of one new parish from the combination of two Kossuth County area parish groupings as a...
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig
KOSSUTH COUNTY—While markets are tough for the agriculture community, in an exclusive interview with the Kossuth County Advance, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig said he is seeing some...
Myrna Teeter, Charlotte Carson, Mary Rockhold and Sandy Reefer are in their lawn chairs ready for action at the Party in the Park in Veterans Park. They had a front row view to listen to the music of Scott Larsen.
ALGONA—Four women – Myrna Teeter, Charlotte Carson, Mary Rockhold and Sandy Reefer – were among the first people to the Party in the Park at Veterans Park on Thursday, July 28, in Algona. They wanted...
Wes Brown and Wes Boyer of Bolton & Menk join Kurt Nielsen, Algona streets superintendent, to view a map of the Main Street improvement project during an informational meeting at Bertha Godfrey Elementary School gym on Wednesday, July 29. Photo by Alan Van Ormer
ALGONA—The scope of a four-block, Main Street street improvement project from Lucas Street to Commercial Street was outlined during a public information meeting at Bertha Godfrey Elementary School...
WHITTEMORE—Eight more homes are expected to be renovated over the next 12-18 months in Whittemore. When completed, it brings to 24 the total number homes that will have been rehabilitated over the...

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