Nathan Fitzgerald, Luke Orr, Laren Lenth and Keaton Lane look at the Titanic “artifacts” created by Kayla Kramer.
By Pam Reinig
A group of Central students last week showed just how creative they could get when told to select a research topic and then use seven genre, 1,500 words and 10 sources to explain it.
By Pat McTaggart
Dave Brown and Forest Brown (not pictured), of Brown’s Sales & Leasing, accepted Business of the Year honors Monday night at the Elkader Annual Community banquet.
Three men with a shared vision for a whitewater course in Elkader Monday night were honored for their volunteer efforts in making that vision a reality.
Sub-zero temps, high winds and snow last week caused school delays and cancellations across the state, including Elkader where Central Schools had two late starts and one cancellation.
John Gnagy has retired after more than 40 years practicing law in Elkader.
Rory DeMesy is shown with the restored clock mechanism for the Clayton County Courthouse clock.
By Kim Hurley
Register Freelance Writer
Amid the hustling and bustling of this holiday season, the following Volga residents took time out to reminisce on their favorite Christmas memories
Governor Terry Branstad has demanded a later start date for schools statewide, a move that one local administrator believes lacks widespread support.
Jeran Cook measures flour under the watchful eye of Spencer Bries.
The irresistible combination of peanut butter and chocolate gave Debbie Walz’ Central High School foods students a clear winner in the Register’s first-ever Holiday Cookie Contest.
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