After almost seven full months, Connie Mesch finally lost the 'interim' label in her professional title on Wednesday. She is now officially the Hardin County Assessor.
A simple and final "yes" was all it took for more than 100 people to break out in cheers and applause Thursday night at the fire station in Eldora.
Iowa Auditor Rob Sand, who is considering mounting a challenge for the Governor's Mansion, made a stop at Estes Park in Iowa Falls on Thursday.
The rising cost of construction – driven by supply chain issues and labor shortages – will be paid by the City of Iowa Falls as it undertakes infrastructure projects that officials say can wait no longer.
Violence and high levels of fear are "pervasive" at the Iowa State Training School for Boys (STS) in Eldora, according to a June report written by a court-ordered monitor.
The Hardin County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Wednesday morning to declare Hardin County a "Second Amendment Sanctuary."
The Hubbard City Council made a move aimed at securing the Hubbard Fire Department’s future at Monday’s meeting when they approved the Firefighter Exploring Program. It was the first action taken on a full agenda that also included updates on the sewer construction and rehabilitation and wat…
The Hardin County Board of Supervisors is working with Hardin County Attorney Darrell Meyer to create an ordinance that could punish people for mowing the ditches located in the right-of-way.
The City of Iowa Falls will build three pickleball courts at Assembly Park. The project got unanimous city council approval during a special meeting Tuesday.
Ackley council members, led by Mayor Mike Nuss, met in a special session Monday afternoon to approve the hiring of Tisharra Miller as the city’s new police chief. Although Miller, from Birmingham, Ala, was not in attendance at the meeting, she had participated in an in-person interview.
The River's Edge Trail Commission is asking for $300,000 of state money to help complete the $1 million, two-plus mile portion of the trail that will run from Eldora to just north of Gifford.
The Hardin County Board of Supervisors amended two policies affecting in-person meetings and the courthouse entry policy on Wednesday.