It’s like a kennel for horses. That’s the simplest explanation. But what South Fork Livestock Equine Boarding really is, is much more.
A proposed wind farm, which one local elected official has called “the largest economic development project in the history of Hardin County” received the full backing of the Iowa Falls and Alden city councils this week, even as a county moratorium on commercial wind energy construction permi…
Eldora's Iowa's Ride Host Town Committee is doing what it can to promote local vendors during the July 14 overnight stop that could feature as many as 7,000 visitors.
The Board of the Iowa Falls State Bank recently announced the promotions of four employees.
The Iowa Falls Times Citizen and Ackley World Journal, which are both owned by the Iowa Falls-based Times Citizen Communications, collected more than 30 awards at the Iowa Newspaper Association and Foundation’s annual banquet held Friday, Feb. 7 in Des Moines.
Aaron Matthews said it was time he make the leap to do something for himself. After earning experience working at places like Countryside Turf & Timber, as well as doing jobs out of his garage, he finally opened up his own shop.
A post on social media has Ackley residents concerned that the local grocery store, Ackley Super Foods, might be next on the list of closures for store owner Nick Graham. Graham has closed his stores in Rockwell City, Jewell, Manson, Gowrie and Manning within the past few months, leaving onl…
*Story updated 9:20 a.m. Friday
When Green Belt Insurance Services (GBIS) was created in 1996, there was a perfect spot for it in the Green Belt Bank & Trust building in downtown Iowa Falls. Recent changes to both meant that that space was no longer enough.
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.
With confirmed cases of influenza in one Hardin County nursing home, the rest are doing everything they can to make sure it doesn’t spread to them. So far, it’s worked.
Tomatoes. That’s all Iowa Falls’ Marty Shogren will disclose about his barbecue sauce recipe.