The Eldora City Council unanimously approved the hiring of a new city administrator on Thursday, ultimately deciding to hire from within.
More than a year after former Eldora City Administrator Dave Mitchell resigned, a new administrator may be hired as soon as Wednesday.
The Eldora City Council unanimously approved two amendments to parking regulations Tuesday night during its regular meeting.
With all of the improvements, from basketball hoops to slides, the Hubbard Swimming Pool is still old. Built in 1959, the community’s swimming hole is beyond outdated. In recent years it has fallen under constant repair.
Last year the coronavirus pandemic halted the Iowa Legislature's 88th General Assembly in March, putting bills and discussion on hold until it returned for a short session in June.
Two years ago this month, the City of Iowa Falls was working quickly to launch a new ambulance service. The process, which in many cases takes a year or more, was completed in less than three months. Now, that same ambulance service is asking the city to consider an expansion of its headquar…
In a short meeting (less than 10 minutes before public comments), the Hardin County Supervisors quickly ran through a short, pre-holiday agenda on Wednesday.
Iowa Falls city officials fielded some questions - and some not-so-enthusiastic feedback - about their planned River Road utilities upgrade and Palisade housing development project when the city council met on Monday evening. The discussion ended when the council cut off a presentation by a …
One Hardin County department is getting some high praise from the Iowa State Auditor regarding his Public Innovations & Efficiencies (PIE) program.
Less than two weeks ago Polly Granzow didn't know she'd be casting one of six electoral votes for President Donald Trump at the Statehouse in Des Moines on Monday.
The alarms go off at 2 a.m. for Greg Ringena and Mark Oliver every night. By 3 a.m. they're in their trucks checking Hardin County roads for winter hazards.
After a long discussion Tuesday night, the Eldora City Council decided to replace the company that provides its sanitation and refuse service.