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Clay County reaches 100-plus COVID-19 cases
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Clay County reaches 100-plus COVID-19 cases

Clay County has reached more than 100 cases of COVID-19. As of 5 p.m. Friday, the Iowa Department of Public Health has reported 102 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Clay County. Clay County Public Health has reported 57 people have recovered. Clay County has added about five cases per day this week, continuing last week’s...

Suspicious person complaint leads to Peterson man’s arrest for car burglaries, vehicle thefts
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Suspicious person complaint leads to Peterson man’s arrest for car burglaries, vehicle thefts

A Peterson man faces charges connected to multiple car burglaries and two vehicle thefts in Spencer. On Monday, the Spencer Police Department stated in a news release that Gary Stallings II was arrested June 11 after officers responded to a suspicious person complaint near 215 12th Avenue West. Officers arrived on scene that afternoon to...

Clay County COVID-19 case total jumps to 25
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Clay County COVID-19 case total jumps to 25

Clay County continues to see an increase in confirmed cases of COVID-19. Data from the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) indicates Clay County now has 25 confirmed cases. IDPH confirmed three additional cases on Tuesday, another three cases on Wednesday and one more case Thursday morning. COVID-19 on the rise in area counties All...

Randy Feenstra defeats Steve King in Iowa 4th district GOP primary
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Randy Feenstra defeats Steve King in Iowa 4th district GOP primary

Randy Feenstra defeated longtime Congressman Steve King in last night’s GOP primary for Iowa’s fourth district seat. Unofficial results from the Iowa Secretary of State’s office show Feenstra, a current state senator from Hull, won the contest by nearly 10 points over King, who has served in the U.S. House of Representatives since 2003. King...

Spencer bars ready for nightlife to return
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Spencer bars ready for nightlife to return

Kay Meyer was more than ready to reopen her bar Thursday afternoon. Like other bar owners throughout Iowa, Meyer, owner of 5:13 at 513 S Grand Ave. in Spencer, has had to keep her establishment closed to guests since March 17. That was the day Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds ordered restaurants, bars and many other...

3 new COVID-19 cases reported in Clay County
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3 new COVID-19 cases reported in Clay County

Three new COVID-19 cases were confirmed Tuesday in Clay County, bringing the county total to 13. The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) reported the new cases on Wednesday in an update to the state’s coronavirus data website. The data on that website show nine of Clay County’s previous cases have recovered. Testing increases in...

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