OTTUMWA — While the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over, a look at local numbers shows the dramatic differences in its course over the past two months.
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.
CENTERVILLE — Jodie McCoy, realtor of Hometown Realty, said she always has a passion for helping people, whether it is helping someone find their dream home or just making someone smile.
DES MOINES — A tick-borne virus has been found in Iowa for the first time and the year’s first West Nile Virus case has been reported, prompting public health officials Wednesday to urge residents to take precautions to avoid tick and mosquito bites.
KNOXVILLE — The man who was acquitted of a murder charge in his mother’s death has filed a second lawsuit against investigators saying they violated his rights.
FAIRFIELD — It may not be the typical Greater Jefferson County Fair, but local 4-H and FFA members will get a chance to show off their hard work of the past year in Fairfield later this month.
FAIRFIELD — Just a few weeks after being hired as 4-H and youth supervisor for Jefferson County, Grace Davidson has had to hit the ground running.
CENTERVILLE — It appears one newcomer and one incumbent will receive Republican nominations for two open seats on the Appanoose County Board of Supervisors. However, there are enough outstanding absentee ballots to potentially change the result.
PELLA — Pella Historical Society and Museums is trying to keep their head above water as they work to make up lost revenue from the cancellation of Tulip Time.
DES MOINES – While hog farmers around the state continue to deal with the effects of the coronavirus, the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship is helping producers who are unable to harvest pigs.
OSKALOOSA – Three more residents at Crystal Heights Care Center have died due to COVID-19, according to a statement released by the center.
BLOOMFIELD — The Davis County Fair and the Ft. Bloomfield Rodeo will not take place this summer, the latest cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
OTTUMWA — Coronavirus outbreaks at nursing homes were one of the most serious early issues in Iowa’s handling of the pandemic. Southeast Iowa managed to largely avoid such situations as care facilities took early steps to limit risk.
PELLA — A female was found unresponsive after the Pella Police Department responded to a domestic disturbance call Monday night. The female was ultimately pronounced dead at the scene.
OTTUMWA — The Wapello County office for USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) is currently open for phone and virtual appointments only, but can still work with producers on timely filing 2020 crop acreage reports.
ALBIA — Monroe County was among the last area locations to report a confirmed case of COVID-19. Cases have risen quickly, though, and it appears to be for one of the worst possible reasons.
FAIRFIELD — Ethan Spray had already reached a plea bargain on charges related to a bank robbery in Jefferson County. But the court granted a motion by prosecutors to delay his sentencing until after he testifies against another defendant.
Although the 85th annual Tulip Time Festival has been canceled due to COVID-19, hundreds of tourists have flocked to Historic Downtown Pella to admire blooming tulips, indulge in sweet Dutch treats, shop at local retail stores and stock up on freshly-cured meats.
PEKIN — Constant nurture and care is always required in horticulture. Exactly the opposite of what’s required to comply with the social distancing guidelines currently in place due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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