RURAL EDDYVILLE — An Oskaloosa man was killed in a Tuesday afternoon crash in northeastern Monroe County.
OTTUMWA — Incumbent and perspective state legislators were asked for their economic policies, specifically those that will target rural Iowa areas like Ottumwa and Wapello County Saturday.
Several local students earned dean's list accolades for the summer semester at Buena Vista University. To make the list, full-time students had to achieve a 3.5 grade point average or higher for the semester.
MORAVIA — Investigators said an Appanoose County sheriff's deputy fired his gun at a vehicle being chased by police before the suspect was ultimately apprehended.
CEDAR FALLS — Forty years after being named Pancake Queen at Centerville’s Pancake Day, Glynis (Houser) Worthington returns to the pageant circuit in Sunday’s Mrs. Iowa contest.
BLOOMFIELD — The Davis County Fairgrounds will receive a $3,000 grant to move their current ice cream stand into a larger building in the fairgrounds as part of Grinnell Mutual’s Fairground Facelift initiative.
Despite the anticipated difficulties associated with the upcoming general election, the Iowa Secretary of State’s Office expects that on election night, Iowans will know who carried the state in the presidential contest.
RURAL EDDYVILLE — A search warrant turned up marijuana, marijuana plants, methamphetamine, firearms, explosive devices and paraphernalia on Monday, local law enforcement said.
BEIJING (AP) — The U.S. ambassador to China will step down early next month, ending a three-year tenure marked by a trade war and increasingly bitter relations between the world's two largest economies.
FAIRFIELD — The Well, a non-denominational conglomeration of people from area churches, nonprofits, businesses and foundations, recently purchased the Foursquare Church building in an effort to minister those in need in Jefferson County.
OTTUMWA — For the 41st consecutive year, Indian Hills Community College announced Outstanding Service Awards following the first week of the fall term.
IOWA CITY — Jorge Salinas, an infectious disease specialist and the head of epidemiology at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, narrowed it down to a simple philosophy:
AMES — Two local students earned academic degrees during the summer from Iowa State University, and both can participate in either the fall or spring commencement ceremonies because of the COVID-19 pandemic. They were among 820 graduates from the school.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is expecting thousands to descend on state parks and waterways during the Labor Day weekend, or the unofficial end of summer.
OTTUMWA — The Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center has provided more than 1,000 units of COVID-19 convalescent plasma from donors in the five months since COVID-19 burst onto the scene.
OTTUMWA — Indian Hills Community College has released the names of the 185 students who were named to the school's honor roll for the 2020 summer term. To be included, a student must have been enrolled full-time and have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
MARSHALLTOWN — Three local students recently graduated with certificates or degrees from Marshalltown Community College during the winter 2019 term and spring and summer 2020 terms:
ELDON — The boxes clutter the cramped hallways at Cardinal High School, the thick smell of a new school year in the air. The teachers and staff are getting ready, and the students are itching to go back.
BATAVIA — Cedar Valley Winery, located just west of Fairfield, picked up five medals for outstanding wines during the Finger Lakes International Wine & Spirits Competition in Mendon, New York, recently.
FAIRFIELD — Joe Pollock came away from a motorcycle accident earlier this month with only minor injuries, but he thought he lost a part of himself forever.
August is Immunization Awareness month. Immunization is a major part off my job as a veterinarian. Prevention of disease is much better than treating disease. So what does immunization mean?
FAIRFIELD — Fairfield Community School District Superintendent Laurie Noll revealed the school’s “return to learn” plan and took several questions during a virtual town hall presentation July 29.
The following students were named to the dean's list at Mount Mercy University in Cedar Rapids for the spring semester. Students had to maintain a 3.60 grade points average or better for six or more semester hours:
OSKALOOSA — After serving more than 600 patients in Mahaska County since its opening in 2000, River Hills Community Health Center will set up shop in Oskaloosa.
This Week's Circulars
- District looks into purchase of Market on Main
- Iowa adds 1,048 new COVID-19 cases, 18 deaths
- 90 students quarantined as new guidance announced
- Staff still needed for Test Iowa clinic
- Iowa relaxes quarantine guidance despite rapid virus spread
- Centerville sets hearing for school improvements
- Race for the Cure presses on virtually
- Girls swimming: Trojans trip up Tipton
- 611 new COVID-19 cases in Iowa; 3 in Wapello
- Indians ground Rockets