CLARION - Three of Wright County's longtime attorneys will entertain on Aug. 21 by informing their audience of interesting and unusual cases they have encountered.
The program is a Heartland Museum presentation.
Attorneys participating are Newt Draheim, a longtime attorney from Clarion who later served as district court judge and also as chief district court judge and is now retired; Jim Houser, an attorney in Belmond with nearly 52 years of experience; and Dewayne Knoshaug, former Wright County attorney and a practicing attorney in Clarion for 47 years who retired in 2010.
The program starts at 7 p.m., doors open at 6:30 p.m., at the Heartland Museum, 119 ninth St. S.W., Clarion. Admission is $2. Refreshments will be provided during intermission.