The Hardin County Board of Supervisors approved a provisional $25,000 loan to allow the Hubbard pool project to be eligible for a $500,000 grant.
Times Citizen Communications has announced that Iowa Falls resident Elaine Loring has accepted the position as editor of the Times Citizen and began her duties on Wednesday, July 6.
A shared training session held at the Ackley Municipal Pool on Sunday evening will aid lifeguards and the local ambulance service members in response to water emergencies at the pool. The training, which included instructor Alex Crispin, paramedic with the Eldora EMS, provided both teams wit…
The Hardin County Fair will be filled with activities July 6-10 in Eldora. It all centers around it’s original purpose – agriculture – with a lot of entertainment for everybody.
The Iowa Falls City Council unanimously approved the sale of the Palisade Estates property to a development group on Tuesday, but it's not a done deal yet.
What Cecil King started in 1947 – King’s Construction – has blossomed into a leader in the construction and overhead door business under brothers Lance and Lincoln Sharar. July 13 marks two anniversaries, the founding 75 years ago and the Sharar’s purchase of the business 25 years ago, with …
A Grinnell man was arrested on Thursday after allegedly breaking into two cars in Ackley and stealing loose change and cigarettes.
The River's Edge Trail Commission has announced the official opening of the River’s Edge Trail for the Fourth of July weekend.
State Sen. Liz Mathis just happened to be campaigning for the U.S. House of Representatives in Iowa Falls on June 24, the day the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade sending abortion laws back to individual states - and she wasn't happy about it.
Are you looking for something to do over the long weekend? We've got you covered. Here's a list of five things you could do today, Saturday, Sunday and Monday without leaving Hardin County. And if you're looking for more area fun, check out our online calendar. Get out there and enjoy the Io…
A Collins man is facing up to seven years in prison after he allegedly assaulted an employee at the Buckeye Co-Op on June 22.