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Less than a month after a crash at an Alden intersection resulted in the death of a 17-year-old Madrid boy, the Alden City Council agreed to purchase two solar lights that will be placed on stop signs near the intersection of Highway D20 and Highway S27.

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Hardin County will commission the creation of a map detailing where wind turbines could be built without interfering with emergency communication microwaves.

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Concentrated animal feeding operations - commonly referred to as CAFOs - were placed in the spotlight at Wednesday's Hardin County Board of Supervisor meeting.

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An 18-year-old Erin Nelson was focused on her career. That’s something the now-28-year-old Nelson is happy about after opening The Beautique Salon in Radcliffe just a few months ago.

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The Iowa Falls-Alden High School student center was a menagerie of creativity Monday afternoon. Videos, display boards, musical instruments and quilts told the story of this year’s J-Term, a seven-day outside-the-box class blitz earlier this month.

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With nearly a year of operations under its belt, the City of Iowa Falls is predicting its ambulance service will break even, with a little help from the money raised through a new fee.

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The financial situation in the Hubbard-Radcliffe School district, like many small districts in Iowa, has been hurt by many things. Chief among them are declining enrollment and expenses – mainly employee costs in the latter. But, said Superintendent Dr. Adam Zellmer, there is light at the en…

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Mary Rose Brown cast her first ballot in a presidential election on Nov. 2, 1948. She was raised by Democrats, and followed that lead, voting for Harry Truman. While it would take several decades, Brown eventually found herself fully immersed in politics, welcoming First Ladies to Iowa Falls…