A Bradford man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after being convicted of second-degree burglary in May.
Teaching reading is teaching reading, right?
The best town by a dam site will host its annual community celebration this weekend, as Alden Days will be presented June 14-15.
Iowa Falls is going to have to start behaving a little unconventionally if it wants to succeed.
Hardin County will create a new position and hire its own economic development director.
The National Newspaper Association announced this week that the Times Citizen has received five awards in the organization’s 2019 Better Newspaper Editorial Contest.
Nick Lavelle is an Eldora guy born and raised. Still, Eldora was only the most recent piece of LaVelle Storage to open.
It’s settled. School days in the Iowa Falls and Alden districts will be 10 minutes longer for the 2019-20 academic year.
Economic developers from across Hardin County are proposing a $5,000 contest for the best aerial video of Hardin County's towns and landscapes.
A change in state law will result in new weight restrictions for 13 Hardin County bridges.
Phase 2 of the Hubbard sewer project received a green light at Monday’s City Council meeting as bids and funding were approved. Once work begins, contractors will have 60 days to complete the project which includes repair and lining of the city’s sewer lines.
The Iowa Falls School District will spend at least $50,000 to replace lighting in the high school auditorium, but that’s just a drop in the bucket of what’s needed.