Caitlin Ware

06/20/2017 - 2:35pm
Franklin General Hospital has expanded its treatment options to include a cardiopulmonary rehabilitation service to better serve the health needs of local communities. Starting June 5, the hospital began accepting and treating patients as part of the new service, which is designed to help patients with a range of respiratory problems. “I am excited that Franklin General Hospital is able to...
06/06/2017 - 4:53pm
Sheffield native Cody Arndt started his education like many young people in the area: by first graduating from West Fork High School, before pursuing a degree in English Education at North Iowa Area Community College, then at the University of Northern Iowa. But after graduating college in 2015, Arndt took an unconventional approach to his career...
05/16/2017 - 5:27pm
As police investigate, one suspect detained, others suspended       In an effort to quell rumors regarding a recent shooting threat against the West Fork School District, a community meeting was hosted at the high school on May 11.      According to Sheffield Police Chief Sam Cain, on Friday, May 5, a...
05/09/2017 - 4:36pm
Michael Lynn Rodemeyer Sr., 71, of Hampton, entered a written plea of not guilty to four counts of alleged sexual abuse of a minor late last week, and will stand trial this month. Rodemeyer is accused of engaging sexually with a minor on several occasions, and is facing two counts of sexual abuse in the second degree from the Hampton Police...
05/02/2017 - 5:02pm
The basketball courts at Hampton’s Franklin Wellness Center were transformed into a hub for health information during a community health and wellness event held on April 28. The event was coordinated by Franklin County Transitions of Care, a group that determines services needed in the communities in Franklin County. The event welcomed 15...
05/02/2017 - 5:00pm
     Removal of a large hackberry tree at 121 1st St. NE in Hampton has temporarily come to a halt, thanks to a nest of small fluffy visitors.      Del Hamilton, owner and operator of Hamilton Tree Service, started working on cutting down the tree at the residential property on March 31, after the city decided it...
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