New managers take over Archery Shak Cafe

January 15, 2020

Lennox Council approves amending ordinance regarding manufactured homes licensing

January 15, 2020

Re-zone of property on Court Street tabled

January 9, 2020

Tai Chi Chih: a mindfulness moving meditation

January 9, 2020

Jim Severson wins grand prize in local  football contest

January 9, 2020

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December 20, 2018

With the Holidays come plenty of Christmas cards, care packages, and gifts to ship. In the midst of the busy shipping season, workers at the United States Postal Service are kept quite busy. There’s a new Post Master here at Lennox to take the helm and to take on the H...

December 13, 2018

Another important step on the path to the construction of a new swimming pool in Lennox was completed this week. 

During the December 10 city council meeting, the Lennox council approved the response  to the RFP (Request for Proposal) by Carrother’s Construction Company...

December 6, 2018

One local firefighter has entered a well deserved retirement after three decades of dedication to Lennox. Doug Vietor of the Lennox Volunteer Fire Department officially retired from his service to the community early this fall.

Vietor was on the Lennox department for 30...

December 6, 2018

Computer Science and English are two school subjects that seem completely different and opposite of each other. That is, until now. Thanks to the work of two local teachers, the two disciplines have been able to come together to create a unique educational experience f...

November 29, 2018

Almost 75 years ago one local veteran made the decision to join the armed forces and to begin a lifelong career of service. Richard Hempel, currently of Lennox, joined the US Navy back in December 11 of 1943 and had the opportunity to see the world. 

Hempel joined when...

November 29, 2018

After searching for a new City Administrator, the City Council unanimously agreed to approve the employment agreement of Nathan Vander Plaats to fill the role. Plaats is scheduled to start on December 10. According to the employment agreement, Plaats will be given an i...

November 21, 2018

Things have been getting a bit fishy in Lennox for the past decade. The Only One Bar and Grill is hosting its 10th annual ‘Shoot the Minnow’ event. Every year around Easter and Thanksgiving the Only One offers up the chance to do these unique shots.

Yes, the event is ex...

November 21, 2018

The Petal Pals let their voices be heard to the City Council on Tuesday, November 13. They gathered to address the council regarding their concerns about the lack of action by the City for damage that was done to one of their projects during Main Street construction. 

K...

November 15, 2018

Students of the Lennox School District gathered together to give thanks and support for area Veterans.

Students started off the afternoon by welcoming veterans from the community and their families into the school. After visitors and students were settled into the Lenno...

November 8, 2018

With Veteran’s Day approaching this week on Sunday, November 11, this week is a perfect time to take some time to get to know local veterans and their stories while making sure to give them a ‘thank you’ for all of their hard work and service.

Clifford, or Cliff, Wulf o...

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