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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…

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With no written or oral comments concerning the proposed property tax levy for FY2020-21, Monday’s Hubbard Council meeting was off and running. While action was later taken on the levy, it wasn’t the only topic of discussion in an otherwise short meeting.

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Sump pump inspectors hired to check every home in Eldora don't care if you have a dirty litter box or even if you are growing marijuana. They just want to inspect the plumbing. 

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With two candidates now requesting a partial recanvass of results, the Iowa Democratic presidential caucus isn't quite final. But with 100 percent of the precinct results reported - and none of the Hardin County results targeted in the recanvass requests - it's safe to say Hardin County Demo…

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The winner of the Hardin/Ellis/Jackson Democratic caucus precinct Monday night wasn’t determined by campaign promises, commercials or mailings. It was determined by dropping a quarter on the floor.

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Last week, the Hardin County Board of Supervisors approved a construction evaluation resolution (Master Matrix), as well as an additional resolution concerning public comments and public hearings.

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Hundreds of volunteers worked last March to fill and stack sandbags around Iowa Falls’ infrastructure as a massive ice jam pushed the Iowa River over its banks and threatened to inundate city wells and the wastewater treatment plant. Disaster was averted, but city officials are now investiga…

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Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg has been campaigning in Iowa for more than a year and he believes it's going to pay off on Monday night during the caucus.

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The Iowa Caucuses are less than a week away and local Democrats and Republicans are ready to have the first say in the 2020 presidential election nomination process.