DEDHAM — Results from the Lucerne Golf Club’ Senior Scramble results from Monday and Thursday are as follows:Monday: First – Tom Winston, Mark Molnar, Ralph Alley and Doug Deans (-6); Second (tie) – David Gubler, Kerry Woodbury, Bob McKenney and Russ Black (-5) and Dennis Kiah, Bob Landis, Barry Harris and Bob Fraser (-5); John Somes, Mike Dore, Bill Ferris and Bob Francis (-4); Bill Brooks, John Lee and Royce Morrison (-3). Closest to pin: No. 2 Mike Dore (12.1) and No. 6 Doug Deans (5.8).Thursday: First – Tom Winston, Bob Mc Kenney, Bill Ferris and Jim Bonzey (-6); Second – Mel McLay, Paul Bowden, Wesley Walker and Kerry Woodbury (-5); Royce Morrison, Alan Cust, John Somes and Mark Johnson (-4); (tie) Bill Brooks, Ralph Alley, Charlie Perkins and Bill Hallett (-4), Ben Sawyer, Mel Bowden, Scott Mac Arthur and Bruce Blanchard (-4), and Roger Chandler, Ted Pierson, Richard Baker, Jim Awalt (-4); Ron Linscott, Ron Snyder, Bob Francis and Dennis Kiah (-3); (tie) Carl Williams, Jim Mabry, Ron Allen and Bob Carter (-2), Barry Harris, Don McCubbin,, Bob Wilks and Robin Young (-2), Alan Gray, Daryl Briggs, Howard Flewelling and Mike Dore (-2), and Phil Carroll, Jack Hinds, Dennis Payson and Ken Greenlaw (-2); Ken Goldstein, Lloyd Deans, Bob Fraser and Dan Crouse (-1). Closest to pin: No. 1 Tom Winston (8.9) and No. 6 Kerry Woodbury (5.9).This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
MASON CITY — The Cerro Gordo County Engineer says things are improving with the county’s gravel roads. Brandon Billings says this past week presented difficulties with weather taking a toll on those roads.“We were at one point up to 30 roads that were closed. It was pretty hard to get around. The roads were getting soft enough that the equipment couldn’t drive down the road to maintain it, so we had to pull off the roads in the afternoons. Starting on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, I had the equipment go out in the mornings while it was still frozen, starting to resurfacing some of these roads to get them back to where we can use them.”While some of the roads are open, Billings says some still remain closed. “I think there’s about 15 spots that still have water on the road that are still closed at the moment, but they’re going down, it’s getting better. As roads open up, we’re fixing them up and everything getting back into better shape.”At one point last week, a travel advisory was issued by the county to completely stay off the county’s gravel roads, something Billings says was greatly appreciated by his staff. “I appreciate the public did a good job at staying off of them. There were some roads that got beat up, but it’s unavoidable with the livestock and farm industries, but it could have been a lot worse than it was.”Billings made his comments during Tuesday’s meeting of the County Board of Supervisors.
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