OTTUMWA — Indian Hills Community College on Thursday made a significant change in its rebranding efforts, as the school changed its athletic logo by using a one Warrior mascot for its Ottumwa and Centerville campuses.
FAIRFIELD — The Fairfield Art Association will be hosting a closing reception and gallery talk by local artist Mark Shafer, whose "Retrospect" exhibit is on display in the main gallery at the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center through the end of January.
DES MOINES — Tuesday's Condition of the State address by Gov. Kim Reynolds included proposals for big investments toward child care, rural broadband and mental health.
OTTUMWA — Democrat Mary Stewart and Republican Adrian Dickey will square off to replace Mariannette Miller-Meeks for the Iowa Senate District 41 seat when a special election is held Jan. 26.
OTTUMWA — Though a partnership between Indian Hills Community College and Van Buren County Hospital, there will soon be 15 emergency management technicians in that area.
Sunday marked the first day of Dave Loebsack's retirement after seven terms in the U.S. House. On Wednesday, he watched from home as protestors violently overtook the storied Capitol building.
WASHINGTON — Republican Mariannette Miller-Meeks, for now provisionally seated as Iowa’s second congressional district representative, says she will vote to accept the results of the election.
DES MOINES — The Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs awarded $1.25 million across nine Iowa communities in creative placemaking grants to build projects and strengthen communities.
OTTUMWA — Mary Stewart, a Democrat who lost to Mariannette Miller-Meeks for a state senate seat three years ago, has announced she will run to finish the Republican's term.
OTTUMWA — Ottumwa Hy-Vee stores participated in the Salvation Army's Red Kettle Drive by offering customers the opportunity to donate during the checkout process.
CEDAR RAPIDS — The Pekin and Fairfield school districts were just two of a handful of schools to receive free face shields from Alliant Energy and the Iowa State University Digital Manufacturing Lab as part of a venture with two other companies.
OTTUMWA — Authorities told motorists to stay home if they could Tuesday, after a winter storm system dumped snow and freezing rain across a large swath of Iowa.
OTTUMWA — Community 1st Credit Union was recently recognized by the Iowa division of the U.S. Small Business Administration as one of the top-five financial institutions for loans produced (non-Paycheck Protection Program) through the third quarter of 2020, and the only credit union recogniz…
DES MOINES — The Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs announced $7 million in grants that will benefit 267 cultural organizations and 152 artists serving 118 communities.
OTTUMWA — During Tuesday's weekly meeting, the Wapello County Board of Supervisors approved a second 13-week period of COVID-19 testing at the Test Iowa clinic site.
JOHNSTON — Mask-wearing in public settings will continue to be required for at least another week, while Iowa's governor softened some other restrictions in her ongoing COVID-19 emergency proclamation.
Starting Tuesday, Iowans can buy 2021 resident hunting, fishing and other licenses to replace their expiring 2020 licenses, according to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.
This Week's Circulars
- Five new COVID deaths reported locally
- JUCO hoops: Warriors stunned in season opener
- State changes vaccine rollout plans
- One killed in Marion County head-on crash
- JUCO volleyball: Indian Hills makes long-awaited return
- Thomas released from prison after 1 day
- Area students earn academic honors
- Boys swimming: Bulldogs win Senior Night thriller
- Marriages and land transfers for Jan. 21, 2021
- Boys basketball: Welcome to the club