The News From Dysart Last Week of May – Mid June 1914

The citizens of Dysart continue to show their civic pride and patriotic spirit; land is being sold; barns are being built and several students have graduated.

The Big Brick Building on The Corner

Built in 1891 to sell hardware and other items needed by a growing town, the big brick building on the corner has continued to serve the community for 130 years. Today, learn about it’s history!

The News From Dysart & North Central Iowa Second & Third Week of May 1914

News from the state including Walcott, Amana, Cedar Rapids, Williamsburg, Munterville, Burlington, Ottumwa, Fort Madison, Burlington, Black Hawk County, Fort Madison, and Ames.

The News From Tama County & North Central Iowa – First Week of May 1914

War in Mexico has an effect on Iowans at home, skunk farming proves profitable, fire in Waterloo, a dead horse, university salaries, melon farming, button factories and the news from around Tama County are covered this week.

The News From Dysart & North Central Iowa – Last Two Weeks of April 1914

War is declared with Mexico, the State Hospital for the Insane is profiled as well as the Tuberculosis Sanitorium in Toledo, four men are executed for a murder in New York, Waterloo is headed to the Panama Exposition and a dispute is brewing over the new Geneseo School.

The News From Dysart & North Central Iowa – First Two Weeks of April 1914

Police are looking for a body in a trunk shipped to Iowa from Montana, residents seek relief from pain in the mineral springs of Colfax, wolves are being shot just outside of town and much more.