The election for a seat on the Hardin County Board of Supervisors, which seemed like it would go uncontested, won’t be so cut and dried after all. County Democrats met this week to nominate a candidate to challenge incumbent Republican BJ Hoffman.
"Our number one message is don't plant and don't destroy the seeds."
Only about 1 percent of corn grown in Iowa is of the sweet variety, but Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig got an up close look at the crop grown right here in Hardin County on Wednesday.
The Eldora City Council unanimously approved the refinancing of sewer revenue refunding bonds at a lower rate that will save $132,677 over the remaining life of the bonds during Tuesday's special meeting.
Iowa Falls Mayor Gene Newgaard used his veto powers for the first time this week, nullifying city council action last week that hired a contractor to replace the Barlow Memorial Library’s roof.
All registered Iowa voters will receive an absentee ballot request form in the mail, just as in June's primary election.
An outdated, deteriorating Iowa Falls bridge that’s scheduled for replacement won’t be as big a burden on the city’s taxpayers thanks to a grant from the Iowa Department of Transportation.
A plan presented Monday evening estimates it would cost the City of Iowa Falls just under $4 million to build and expand the infrastructure necessary to open up lots for new home construction on a 58-acre piece of property along River Road and other neighboring properties that are ripe for d…
The Eldora City Council unanimously approved the purchase of an ambulance for the City's EMS service for a total estimated cost of about $17,000 at Tuesday's meeting.
The Hubbard City Council was faced almost immediately at Monday’s meeting with a dilemma. Should the council members tempt precedent was answered with a compromise.
Gov. Kim Reynolds did more than merely visit Pine Lake Corn Processors (PLCP) near Cleves last week. She signed Senate File 2403 into law there, extending Iowa’s biofuel tax to June 30, 2026.
Eldora's Welcome Center and Railroad Museum - more specifically the 'putt-putt' railroad car - was vandalized for the fourth consecutive year in mid-May.