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 and North Central Iowa – Second & Third Week of March 1914

This week we explore Iowan’s commitment to bettering themselves and their towns and much more.

The News From Dysart and North Central Iowa – First Week of March 1914

The introduction of pheasants into the Iowa countryside, Grinnell Aeroplane Company, a decrease in Iowa’s population and a small town mayor gets into a very public fight.

The News From Dysart and North Central Iowa – Last Week of February 1914

A horrible tragedy in Clutier, the development of the Cedar Valley District Fair and there are new businesses in Dysart,

Dysart – The Golden Buckle of the Cornbelt

I’m starting a one year project to bring to life stories of Dysart Iowa’s first 150 years and here’s the reason why.