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10/09/2018 - 10:31am
A day without rain. Was that too much to ask for? Apparently it was. But a crowd still gathered at the park Sunday afternoon for Ogden’s Oktoberfest celebration, and had a fun-filled day, in spite of the rain. Above, an unidentified little girl attempts to pin the nose on the pumpkin. VisionBank was sponsor for this game.    -Ogden Reporter photo by Kathy Pierce Top notch spellers...
10/09/2018 - 10:22am
Swede Valley Lutheran Church recently turned 150. That means there is a century and a half of records in storage - church registries, ministerial acts (baptisms, weddings), transfer papers, board meeting minutes,  plus financial and cemetery records. Warren Johnson of Omaha was tasked by the Swedish genealogy company ArkivDigital to help find...
10/09/2018 - 9:53am
A new agronomic outlet, Dynamic Ag Solutions, also known as DAGS, will soon be opening an office on Ogden’s mainstreet, at the corner of Fourth and Walnut. DAGS was formed June 1 of this year by Brandon Moe and Dan Kallem to support and work with local growers. Kallem has been in Ogden for over 20 years with his wife Susan and two children....
10/02/2018 - 11:07am
Ogden City Park will be bustling with activity this Sunday, when the community gathers for its annual Oktoberfest celebration. Come for lunch and enjoy the afternoon festivities that include music, games, and hay rack and pony rides.  Be sure to stop by the Ogden Legacy table to sign up for the door prizes that will be given away throughout...
10/02/2018 - 10:33am
The Ogden High School marching Bulldogs have completed two of their three contests of the year. The first, Sept. 22 in Fort Dodge, the North Central Marching Invite. Last Saturday the band performed at the Urbandale Marching Invitational. They conclude Oct. 6 with the Iowa High School Music Association Marching Band Festival in Fort Dodge. ¡...
10/02/2018 - 10:29am
Dahlias - that’s a story you may be interested in I was told. “She saw I always had flowers at my place. Zinnias I knew how to grow, they are easy . . .  but Dahlias?” The flower garden in the back yard of this quaint Boxholm home was once tended by Madelaine Miller’s great-grandmother and as of recently consisted...
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