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National Honor Society kicks off Student Food Drive

October 17, 2018 The Union High School National Honor Society (NHS) is taking part in the Northeast Iowa Food Bank Student Food Drive, competing against other area schools and collecting meals for those in need. more »»

 
 
 
Wieben honored as Wallaces Farmer Master Farm Homemaker

October 17, 2018 For most of her entire life, Helen Wieben has contributed her time to a multitude of different causes, her community and her hobbies, being recently recognized as a Wallaces Farmer Master Farm... more »»

Beck, Hennings experience immersive trip to Kosovo

October 12, 2018 Karson Hennings of Dysart and Dysart-La Porte FFA Instructor Louis Beck recently returned from an educational trip to Kosovo from September 22-28, learning more about the small European country and... more »»

Four Union dancers selected for All-Iowa Honor Dance Team

October 1, 2018 Four members of the Union Dance team will join 275 of their fellow dancers to perform at a pre-game or halftime show during the girls basketball finals in March. more »»

How the West was Fun explores love, deception with a lot of laughs

September 21, 2018 Members of the Wolf Creek Players theatre group transformed the auditorium of Union Middle School into the Wild West as they presented “How the West was Fun” this past weekend. more »»

Irvine donates 77 acres for prairie land

September 20, 2018 Cathy and David Irvine of rural Dysart had long held a fascination with the prairie lands that once covered Iowa 150 years ago. Today, 99. more »»

Ag Ed adventure brings Pagel to Union

September 17, 2018 Hannah Pagel, an Ag Education student from Iowa State University, is applying her education and experience this semester at Union High School as a student teacher working with Louis Beck in his... more »»

Students by day, beloved caregivers after school

September 14, 2018 The Little Knights Learning Center (LKLC) employees a staff of full-time and part-time caregivers to watch over infants to grade school children from early morning to the late afternoon. more »»

Hennings, Beck to participate in FFA trip to Kosovo

September 6, 2018 Karson Hennings of Dysart and his FFA Instructor, Louis Beck, will join other Iowa FFA members in a trip to Kosovo in southeast Europe September 22-30 to bring agriculture education to an area... more »»

Rust and Roses opens on Main Street

August 24, 2018 Antique and vintage lovers will notice a new shop on Main Street open for business called Rust and Roses, providing another personal touch to Dysart from upcycled items, clothes and home decor. more »»

Meet your new Union teachers

August 23, 2018 School is back in session with faces both familiar and new to the students and Union community. Get to know a little more about these new teachers and what brought them to the school district. more »»

Meet your new Union teachers

August 23, 2018 Logan Loftus Hometown: Marengo Numbers of years teaching: First year teaching College and degree: William Penn University, Secondary Education with emphasis in technology, K-12 Health... more »»

Little Knights Learning Center opens its doors

August 22, 2018 After more than a year of careful planning and fundraising, the Little Knights Learning Center opened as a daycare provider for infants through grade school children this past week under the careful... more »»

Taylor hits the Red Carpet for Christopher Robin premiere

August 13, 2018 Beloved children’s storybook character Winnie Pooh hit the big screen in the new Disney movie “Christopher Robin” this last week, and Dysart’s own Chrissy Taylor was among the first to see it at th... more »»

Watermelon Fest returns for second year

August 10, 2018 Fuzz and Jackie Obrosk will bring back Watermelon Fest for the second consecutive year for food, music and family activities on Saturday, August 11 from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. more »»

A Millenial Meet-Up

August 10, 2018 or The younger generation of Dysart homeowners and residents were invited a pop-up cabana behind the Brick-a-Brack building on Thursday, August 2 to discuss what they felt Dysart needed going... more »»

Hoppe competes at State Championship

August 2, 2018 The 2018 season came to a close for the Dysart Swim Team recently, but Carlie Hoppe had the oppurtunity to compete once more in the State Championship on Thursday, July 26 at the University of Iow. more »»

Lincoln Street work set to begin late summer

July 31, 2018 Work to replace the concrete on a deteriorating portion of Lincoln Street will begin as early as August 27, with Hatch Grading and Contracting winning the bid for the project. more »»

Dysart women take on self-defense class

July 26, 2018 Inside the Union Middle School wrestling room, 18 women pair up and prepare to square off. This wasn’t a sparring practice, but rather something more practical. more »»

Dysart Ambulance work to solve volunteer shortage

July 23, 2018 As seen throughout the state of Iowa, especially in rural towns, ambulance services are struggling to maintain volunteers to drive and provide care for their communities. more »»

Langbehn recounts 70 years in Dysart

July 12, 2018 For nearly 70 years, Harold Langbehn has lived and worked in Dysart, and on Sunday, July 8 he recounted the old days of the city during a presentation at the Dysart Historical Society. more »»

 
 

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