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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.

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We often urge our fellow Hardin County residents to pitch in and make a difference in their community. Shop local. Run for office. Vote in local elections. Volunteer your time. Give to worthy causes. Support area students. Advocate for the issues that make a difference. We encourage you to d…

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Local residents have been hearing murmurs about protesters in and around Iowa Falls for the past several weeks. Iowa Falls isn’t exactly unique in that respect right now – but the reason behind the protests is. The Times Citizen reported Monday on Direction Action Everywhere, an animal right…

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It took two years of phone calls, emails, public meetings, discussions with lawyers and site visits, but finally work will begin on repairing the damage that was done to an Iowa Falls hillside during construction of a state communications tower.

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It’s easy to get lost in our own lives these days. The kids are out of school, we’re stuck at home, and there are restrictions on where we can go and what we can do. On top of that, many of us have lost jobs or income.

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Just as one size does not fit all, one kind of educational experience doesn’t work for everyone. Many of us grew up in the days when there was one way to teach math, one kind of extracurricular activity to participate in, one way to pursue a future career. But just as many of us suspected - …

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With messages like “We’re All In This Together,” the COVID-19 pandemic seemed like it was going to be a unifying force for Americans during an election year that was shaping up to be our most divisive yet. But what started as a singular mission – to slow the spread of coronavirus – has becom…