The first Hubbard-Radcliffe School Board meeting of the summer wasn’t quite a vacation, but it almost felt like it. With a short agenda consisting of routine housekeeping items, Superintendent Dr. Adam Zellmer said it went quick.
Approved funding to upgrade Hardin County's Emergency Operations Center is now on hold until legislators in Washington D.C. allocate the money.
There have been a series of improvements made at Alden City Park in recent years, but the 150-year-old gazebo needed some extra attention.
Dave Mitchell doesn’t want to step on the toes of any other business in Eldora. The hometown man also doesn’t like seeing buildings, that were once vibrant in the city’s business landscape, sit empty.
Many schools are struggling with attendance issues, but Alden Elementary Principal Kyle Fett believes improved communication with parents may lead to a decrease in the number of absences that some students have been generating.
If there were an official food of Iowa Falls – a signature dish – surely it would be Rocky’s Pizza.
Organizers involved with the Radcliffe Legion's capital fundraising campaign can see the finish line, and a $25,000 loan from the Hardin County Board of Supervisors has placed the project in the home stretch.
A Bradford man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after being convicted of second-degree burglary in May.
Teaching reading is teaching reading, right?
The best town by a dam site will host its annual community celebration this weekend, as Alden Days will be presented June 14-15.
Iowa Falls is going to have to start behaving a little unconventionally if it wants to succeed.
Hardin County will create a new position and hire its own economic development director.