Thursday, October 15, 2015

Courier News

Courtesy of the 10-14-15 edition of Ida County Courier (  

Falcon homecoming week:
Pick up the 10-14-15 edition of the Ida County Courier to get your copy of the below photos! The paper is available at Cubby's in Odebolt, and Sparky's in Arthur. There are also videos available for viewing at the Ida County Courier YouTube Channel
and on the OA-BCIG School Channel

The O-A/BC-IG Falcons celebrated their homecoming last week. Homecoming photos, starting with the top left, moving clockwise: community members enjoyed a grill out sponsored by United Bank of Iowa before the start of the festivities; the Subway mascot hands out candy to parade attendees; super class night participants were the senior class, junior class, sophomore class and freshman class; 2015 homecoming royalty crowned; 2014 homecoming king Wes Swanger places the crown on new queen Kady Bengford; a participant races through the obstacle course during super class night; senior football players enjoy a blast from the past during the pep rally; and the Falcon cheerleaders perform for the crowd. (Courier photos by Bethany Jones)

ONRC name changed to Odebolt Specialty Care
To the editor: I want to take this opportunity to make the community aware of our recent name change to Odebolt Specialty Care (formerly Odebolt Nursing and Rehab Center).  In an effort to better align with our sister locations throughout Iowa and to provide a united front as a leading statewide rehabilitation services, skilled nursing care, long-term care and hospice care organization, we have changed our local name to better reflect the breadth of services we provide. We retain the same ownership and management team.

Like most post-acute care providers, Odebolt Specialty Care offers rehabilitation services, skilled nursing care, long-term care and hospice care, all under one roof. For most post-acute care providers, gone are the days of just being a “nursing home.” While caring for elderly residents of our community is still a main focus of the service we provide, our industry has changed. Healthcare and resident care has changed. We continue to change with it.

As the administrator of Odebolt Specialty Care, I want to thank our community for the support we continually receive from volunteers, school children, businesses and families and friends of our residents. We are proud to be a part of this community.
 - Nancy Snyder, Administrator

Ida County Computer Repair opens for business in Arthur
In August, Josh Ernzen opened Ida County Computer Repair out of his home located in Arthur. Ernzen has three years of professional experience and a passion for working with technology and computers. The company offers virus removal, troubleshooting, network setup, web hosting and home service calls for any kind of technology issue.

Ida County Computer Repair is open for business Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. They are also available on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon.

The office is located at 108 Main St. in Arthur. You can reach them at 712-660-3952/ You can also find them on Facebook at Ernzen is married to his wife, Cassandra, and has one son, age 2.

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