The Hardin County Board of Supervisors listened to an update regarding COVID-19 and derecho storm relief during a brief meeting on Wednesday.
The opening of Iowa Falls’ new city hall is still at least a month away, but work could take longer if phone and internet service provider CenturyLink doesn’t respond to months of requests by city officials to extend services to the new building. The company was publicly scolded this week by…
A the families of the Hampton couple who were killed last July by a driver who failed to yield at the intersection of Highway 65 and Highway D-25 have filed lawsuits seeking damages.
When you own your own construction and flooring business under one roof, it’s easy to think it would be simple to remodel your own space. That’s not the case at King Construction and Overhead Door and Sharar Floor Coverings.
Hosting the annual Iowa Firefighters Association Convention is no small task, but it’s one the Iowa Falls Fire Department is ready to take on.
The Eldora City Council is moving forward with its search for a new city administrator, whatever that actually looks like in the end.
Kaitlyn Hoversten and Lindsay Neumann have a knack for decorating. After years of changing their own homes to fit seasons and moods for themselves and others, the two recently joined forces to start 6+6 Home Design.
While Monday’s Hubbard-Radcliffe School Board meeting in Radcliffe involved a few decisions, it was a discussion about how things have been going so far that got the most attention.
A Delaware-based energy company filed suit against the Hardin County Board of Supervisors last Friday alleging changes to the county's wind energy ordinance puts its more than $2 million investment in jeopardy.
The practice of sending private chat messages to and from a local elected official during public meetings held via video conferencing over the last six months – something one open government advocate likened to passing notes – will stop after the county disabled the function last week amid c…
The City of Iowa Falls will put more than $600,000 worth of flood mitigation measures in place thanks in large part to a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Commerce this week.
Regardless of whether the Iowa Falls School District pursues a voter-approved bond to renovate or replace a school building, it seems likely that administrators and the board will take a new approach to planning and paying for district improvement projects moving forward.