The Eldora City Council approved more than $100,000 of HVAC and water treatment equipment purchases, but declined to change a rule that forces some city employees to live inside or near city limits at its regular meeting Tuesday.
With Mayor Pro-Tem Sandi Swenson in the lead chair, Monday’s Hubbard City Council meeting was short. But two agenda items took up most of the 50-some minutes.
From Medicaid and medical marijuana to traffic cameras and tax reform, the Iowa Legislature is expected to consider changing or adopting laws regarding dozens of issues this year.
*An earlier version of this story claimed that the alleged sexual harasser no long worked for the Eldora EMS. Thanks to new information, it was meant that the alleged victim of sexual harassment no longer works for the department. It is unclear if the alleged perpetrator continues to work fo…
The people who showed up to request grants from the Iowa Falls Hotel/Motel Tax Funding Advisory Board on Wednesday, left the meeting with smiles on their faces after every application was funded in full.
All five Democratic candidates hoping for a shot at unseating Republican U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst this fall rallied potential supporters at Iowa Falls-Alden High School on Sunday during the Hardin County Democrats' Pie and Politics rally.
Hardin County will soon require a bill of sale when transferring motor vehicle titles between both private parties and dealer sales.
After years of rarely using Code Red, a basically defunct emergency notification system, Hardin County has adopted the State's newest system - Alert Iowa.
The Iowa Falls City Council can’t be accused of slacking off before the holidays. At a meeting Monday evening, the council gave its permission for the city to move forward with four projects that could begin next spring.
*This story has been updated with more information as of 3:45 p.m. on Dec. 17.
When former Eldora Fire Chief Dave Lloyd announced his intention to retire after this year, a changing of the guard in the department became inevitable.
The Hardin County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a moratorium on commercial wind energy conversion construction permits just weeks after it was announced that more than 100 Hardin County landowners signed lease agreements with a wind energy company.