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Funnel more than 15,000 bicyclists from around the world into a town of 5,000 people, and you’re bound to have some problems. Or, at least, that’s what many Iowa Falls residents and local RAGBRAI planners assumed. But as it turns out, they were wrong.

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After almost seven full months, Connie Mesch finally lost the 'interim' label in her professional title on Wednesday. She is now officially the Hardin County Assessor. 

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Two trucks bringing one new machine from Oregon to Plastics Recycling in Iowa Falls. That’s a half-million dollar investment in a company started when Jim Hoffman bought the building and its contents just north of town out of bankruptcy in 2000.

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An Iowa Falls man who's already serving a 35-year prison sentence will be resentenced in Iowa District Court after the Iowa Court of Appeals ruled on Wednesday that he was denied the right to be sentenced in person. 

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Iowa Auditor Rob Sand, who is considering mounting a challenge for the Governor's Mansion, made a stop at Estes Park in Iowa Falls on Thursday. 

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Nate Carr believes it's important to be seen by community members in order to do his job well, but he knows that a good state conservation officer should blend into the background to be effective in the role.