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Aplington teacher wins national award

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By Matt Kelley A northeast Iowan is among only four teachers in the nation chosen for this year’s Educator Apple Award from the Broadway League. Brian Sammons, who teaches third grade at Aplington Elementary School, went to New York City this week to claim the award. Sammons had his class start a pen pal relationship with actress Hayley […]

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Cool temperatures raise questions about early frost

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By Radio Iowa Contributor With the cooler temperatures that we have been experiencing, many farmers are wondering if that may mean an early frost is likely this year, [...]