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Mediation is likely the next step in what has been an ongoing drama between Eldora City Administrator Dave Mitchel and Council Member Melody Hoy.

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Renewable World Energies - the company that owns the hydroelectric dam in Iowa Falls - will begin drawing down the level of the Iowa River in Iowa Falls in two weeks.

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When the Hubbard Medical Clinic celebrated its new facility with an open house on Oct. 5, over 100 people from the community turned out. That reflected just how important the HMC is. Now the Hubbard City Council is showing it with an annual pledge of $15,000 in the form of a new budget line item.

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In an effort to potentially save an array of health services, the City of Eldora may revisit its decision to pull out of a 28E agreement with Hardin County and Greenbelt Home Care.

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The River Road hillside that’s been an erosion problem since construction of a new state emergency communications tower began in the spring of 2018 will get a special product application that engineers and product experts say should keep a driveway from washing down the hillside.

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Rep. Pat Grassley, whose Iowa House district includes the northern half of Hardin County, will have a new role come January. The seven-term legislator was chosen by his Republican colleagues on Monday to be the next speaker of the Iowa House.

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The Iowa Falls City Council approved pool repairs Wednesday that city officials hope will mean the Meyer Municipal Aquatic Center can open on time next spring.

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The Iowa Falls Police Department has two new faces at the station with the addition of Ethan Krieger and David Frank, and the new officers couldn't get here soon enough.