The size of Red Oak increased Saturday, Sept. 14, as thousands of people flocked to town for the Coyote Johnson muscle car auction at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds. (Photo by Brian Hamman)
The Red Oak Tigers finished second of 13 boys teams in the co-ed Clarinda cross country meet, with Baylor Bergren running the fastest time for the Red Oak boys and four boys earning medals.
A lack of consistency and, at times, effort helped contribute to the Red Oak Tigers falling to the Clarke Indians 34-27 in Red Oak Friday, Sept. 13.
The Red Oak volleyball team avenged last season’s loss with a three-set win over Glenwood Tuesday, Sept. 7 in the home opener of the season.
Crossroads Community Church Joins Thousands of Churches to Participate in National Back to Church Sunday on Sept. 15
“Back to Church Sunday,” part of a national movement of churches across America, will be held at Crossroads Community Church in Red Oak at 9:23 a.m. September 15.
Iowa farmers had mostly dry field conditions and below normal temperatures during the week ending September 1, 2019, according to the USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service.
In an on-going effort to build future leadership for both the Iowa cattle industry and the Iowa Cattlemen’s Association, ICA is taking applications for the 2020 Young Cattlemen’s Leadership Progr