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Whether or not you support Iowa’s decision to reopen schools for in-person education while the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, it’s impossible to argue that our students and educators haven’t risen to the challenge.

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Reliable and complete information is vital to making decisions. Data and metrics are what Gov. Kim Reynolds said she and public health advisors have been using to decide when and where to open or close bars and other establishments in the age of COVID-19. But when certain data and metrics ar…

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In March this year, the Hardin County Board of Supervisors approved a new commercial tax rebate policy. Through the program, businesses that increase the value of their property and add jobs can receive tax abatements. In announcing its creation, county Economic Development Director Angela D…

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If you get a chance sometime soon, you really should take the time to make a trip down Union Street. The river out along River Road is beautiful, and the Boat Club is a wonderful place to stop and take in the surroundings, but it’s not so much the destination that deserves your attention – i…

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Americans are more hungry for news and information than they have been in a long time. We want to know what coronavirus is, where it is, how it spreads, and what we can do to stop it. For some people, that information is the difference between life and death.

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It’s been 23 years since voters in the Iowa Falls School District approved a bond referendum for the local schools. But now, as district leaders take a step back to get a full picture of the school buildings’ current state, it’s becoming clear that the way forward may include a new referendum.

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Hardin County reached a milestone this week: more than 100 residents have tested positive for COVID-19 since March. It’s not something to celebrate, but we wanted to use this space today to look back at the past four months and imagine what’s waiting for us in the coming days, weeks and years.

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It’s devastating to watch a community tear itself apart. But that’s what people who visited the Times Citizen’s Facebook page last week witnessed. Current and former residents, and people who’ve never lived here ripped into each other in the comments section of a post linking to a newspaper …

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It’s nice when you can help those who’ve helped you. The Hardin County community has been able to do just that over the last eight months, and it’ll see the result of that cooperative work when the new Church Women United Thrift Store opens later this week in Iowa Falls.