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Alison Estes has always been the artistic type. As a kid, she played around with paints, cut her Barbies’ hair and even clipped her stuffed animals’ whiskers. Later, her friends asked her to cut and style their hair.

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Members of the Radcliffe Amercian Legion Post No. 317 will host an open house, ribbon cutting and a freewill donation meal to celebrate the opening of the new Legion building on Saturday, April 24, at 5 p.m.

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A Zearing woman arrested in March near Hubbard after deputies allegedly found she was a felon in possession of a shotgun was arrested on a valid warrant on Tuesday for allegedly giving officers false information.

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The Iowa Falls City Council gave its permission Monday for planning of three River Road projects to advance. But those plans may run into opposition from a group that’s informed the city it's looking into hiring an attorney to represent its interests in preserving the road as it is.

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The position of Mayor of Ackley, vacated with the resignation of Pat Daggs at the end of March, will be filled by appointment. The decision was made during the councils’ April 14 meeting and will save taxpayers the cost of an election, estimated at a cost of $3,000 to $5,000, according to Ci…

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For the first time since 1999, an organized Iowa Falls-Alden team is ranked first in the state, but you won’t find that squad on the football field, basketball court, wrestling mat or a diamond.

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Anthony Schrad has officially been hired as Eldora's chief of police after being the acting chief for almost a year.

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Iowa Falls’ ambulance service will move out of its current home in the fire station, and into a new building across the street to accommodate its growing needs after the city council gave its OK this week to make the purchase.

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Speaking before the Hubbard-Radcliffe School Board, administrators and secretary – four in masks and five not – four district mothers spoke out against the continued use of face masks by students at Monday’s meeting in Radcliffe.

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Like the class of 2020, this year’s seniors are also having to deal with major changes for their final year of high school.