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Fun in the rain
Kingsland cross-country runners didn’t let a little, rather a lot, of rain ruin their fun at the first meet of the season, the Stewartville Invitational, Thursday afternoon. The steady rain Thursday created a river at the finish chute, which the girls slid into after the conclusion of the race. They were already soaked by that time as rain, without any danger of lightning that could have ended the activity, fell throughout the races. In front, are Audrey Farlinger, left, and Mariah Schwanke. In back, are Gretchen Corson, Erica Earley and Andrea Mettler. CHRISTINE VREEMAN/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
Shortly after Monday’s Spring Valley Council meeting council members, city staff and volunteers joined in the effort to clean the exterior of the Winfield property located at 710 North Broadway after the owners violated the city’s junk ordinance. From left are Mike Zimmer, Logan Zimmer, Tim Rasmussen and Todd Jones. PAULA VAGTS/ SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
Shortly after Monday’s Spring Valley Council meeting council members, city staff and volunteers joined in the effort to clean the exterior of the Winfield property located at 710 North Broadway after the owners violated the city’s junk ordinance. From left are Mike Zimmer, Logan Zimmer, Tim Rasmussen and Todd Jones. PAULA VAGTS/ SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
Tuesday, September 16, 2014 2:01 PM

The Spring Valley City Council began its Sept. 8 meeting taking action on a junk ordinance violation at the property of Ben and Heidi Winfield located at 710 North Broadway.

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