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The Iowa Falls City Council gave its permission Monday for planning of three River Road projects to advance. But those plans may run into opposition from a group that’s informed the city it's looking into hiring an attorney to represent its interests in preserving the road as it is.

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The position of Mayor of Ackley, vacated with the resignation of Pat Daggs at the end of March, will be filled by appointment. The decision was made during the councils’ April 14 meeting and will save taxpayers the cost of an election, estimated at a cost of $3,000 to $5,000, according to Ci…

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The Hardin County Board of Supervisors may consider requiring a permit or license of some sort to operate an ATV or UTV on county roads.

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Marie Neubauer had been sitting just to the left of Hubbard City Clerk Cheri Boelman since January. Monday it was her turn at the head table as she was sworn in as the new clerk. Boelman’s final day is officially Thursday.

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The City of Eldora has a Parks and Rec Committee, but funding for projects and streamlined direction to address needs is lacking. That's why the "Friends" of Eldora Parks and Rec are stepping in and attempting to start an endowment for future projects.

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When Flor Rodriguez moved to Iowa in 2017 to work at Iowa Select Farms near Riceville she was overwhelmed. The language, culture and even the work itself was foreign to her. On Thursday, in English, she told U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst about her experience as a TN visa worker.

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It's been said that you need to spend money to make money. That's what Eldora EMS Director Maile Carter is hoping for now that the renovations at the EMS building are completed.

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The Eldora City Council voted unanimously to approve the fiscal year 2022 budget during a special meeting on Monday.

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Gov. Kim Reynolds' belief that Iowa's communities are facing the same challenges was reinforced by what she heard during a stop in Iowa Falls on Friday morning to speak with local leaders.

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Ackley mayor Pat Daggs has submitted her resignation from the position effective at the end of the month. She informed the World Journal of her decision earlier today. She did not cite a reason for her decision.