Iowa Falls and Hardin County would see big changes if the Iowa Legislature elects to accept newly drawn Iowa House, Senate and U.S. Congressional districts submitted by the Legislative Services Agency on Thursday.
The Hardin County Board of Supervisors hired a local engineering firm to safeguard construction of a potential carbon capture pipeline proposed to be constructed in the county and beyond.
Summit Carbon Solutions (SCS) is now free to negotiate easement contracts with landowners in Hardin County after an informational meeting held Monday.
Almost six years to the day that the Hubbard City Council welcomed a disgruntled group of a dozen or so citizens, current council members approved the final stage of the sanitary sewer rehab and construction project. They awarded the contract for Phase 3 Monday night
The Hardin County Board of Supervisors will again hear public comments at its meetings, albeit with new rules.
A flyer sent by the Republican Party of Iowa is causing confusion among some Iowa voters.
The Hardin County Board of Supervisors heard a presentation from an organization titled "We the People for Constitutional Sheriffs" on Wednesday, urging them to make the county a "Constitutional County."
Editor's Note: An earlier version of this story reported that masks were required in the entire courthouse. That is incorrect. Masks are only required in court-controlled areas of the courthouse.
Iowa State Sen. Annette Sweeney and her attorney denied the slander allegations put forth by former Hardin County Auditor Jessica Lara's lawsuit petition in a legal response last week.
For years now, the Hardin County Board of Supervisors agenda has included a "Public Comment" item allowing any resident to address the board regarding almost any topic.
Each year, Ellsworth Community College hosts the Business-Industry-Education Breakfast put on by Iowa Falls Chamber/Main Street. Held at the Gentle Student Center each fall, speakers talk about the business and educational atmosphere in Iowa Falls as a way of welcoming new staff to the local…
U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley defended his vote for a $1.2 trillion dollar infrastructure bill at a stop in Iowa Falls on Monday.