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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. 

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The Fourth of July is right around the corner and that often means fireworks are flying through the air on most nights. The Iowa Legislature made consumer fireworks legal in 2017, but that doesn’t mean all Hardin County residents should grab their wicks and start firing away.

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Democrat Sam Cox has never held public office. In fact, her race against Republican incumbent Annette Sweeney is the first of her life. That doesn't mean she hasn't found ways to help her community.

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The Iowa Falls City Council voted 4-0 to purchase a nine-acre parcel of land north of River Road during a special meeting on Thursday.

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After months of planning, underestimated bids and assessment agreements with homeowners, the 11th Avenue street and sewer project in Eldora is finally set to go.

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The Hubbard City Council learned Monday night that an on-going project, more than six years in the making, received a significant boost recently. A recent $150,000 donation lifted the fundraising effort to $780,000. The goal is to raise as much as possible, at least $1 million, to lower the …

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The City of Iowa Falls is in negotiations to buy a piece of property along River Road – its second in that area in two years. But the details of the deal, which were discussed during a special meeting, have yet to be ironed out.