The old Iowa Falls City Hall, which was vacated one year ago when city officials moved into their new offices on Washington Avenue, will find new life as a different kind of public building.
A blaze that started in the rafters of a hog confinement building at 13510 U Ave. destroyed the structure, according to Ackley Fire Chief Tim Eichmeier. The structure is owned by Prestage Farms.
There are not many occasions where high school students have the opportunity to visit with prospective colleges and businesses all in one location.
On November 2, 2021 school patrons will have an opportunity to vote on two very important items impacting the future of Eldora-New Providence Community Schools. One vote will be to approve a new Revenue Purpose Statement to direct the district’s spending of state penny sales tax revenues on …
During her time working at Alden Elementary, school counselor Bryana Caviness has focused on the Casel Competencies, which covers social awareness, self awareness, self management, relationships and responsible decision making.
After crunching the numbers - and seeing how much he uses towing services for his Heritage Motors – creating Heritage Towing was a no-brainer for Jeff Brass. Even though he doubted it just a few months ago.
Former Hardin County Auditor Jessica Lara has agreed to drop a lawsuit against State Sen. Annette Sweeney in exchange for a public apology.
The new rock wall that hangs inside the gymnasium at Riverbend Middle School may represent a physical education activity to many people, but to school staff members, the new addition offers so much more.
The Nov. 2 election will include an opportunity for voters within the AGWSR School District to approve renewal of the district’s Revenue Purpose Statement (RPS), as well as the renewal of the voter approved Physical Plant and Equipment Levy (PPEL).
Iowa Falls’ proposed Palisade Estates housing development wasn’t on the city council’s agenda Monday night, but that didn’t stop it from coming up in a heated discussion at the start of the meeting.
Both the Hubbard-Radcliffe and Eldora-New Providence school districts lost enrollment again this year, prompting discussion about why and what could be done to reverse the trend.
Patrick Hurt has resigned his position on the Ackley council, doing so through an email dated Sept. 29. The email, directed to the mayor, council members, and police department states that Hurt will step down from the position at the end of the month.