ALBIA — The Monroe County Attorney has filed felony charges against a woman accused of stealing more than $80,000 from a local agricultural extension office.
There’s a variety of events throughout the area this weekend, with many of them being held in the outdoors to enjoy the sunny summer forecast. Here’s a look at what’s going on:
CEDAR RAPIDS — As the federal moratorium on housing foreclosures comes to an end, lenders and financial counselors do not foresee a tsunami of foreclosures in Iowa.
AMES — The Iowa State University College of Human Sciences dean's list honors students who have earned a grade point average of 3.5 or higher during the spring semester of 2021.
U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst, a combat veteran, on Wednesday criticized President Joe Biden’s “haphazard” withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, warning it could heighten the risk of future terrorism there as well as in the United States.
DES MOINES — The Governor’s Volunteer Awards ceremony is slated for 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. The program is a way for Iowa nonprofits, charitable organizations and government entities to honor their volunteers with a state-level award.
OTTUMWA — There was a reason why Adrian Dickey 10 times mentioned Mariannette Miller-Meeks' six-vote margin of victory in a congressional contest that went into overtime.
KEOSAUQUA — Hotel Manning, a hotel on the banks of the Des Moines River that is on the National Register of Historic Places, received a historic preservation tax credit from the Iowa Economic Development Authority Wednesday.
Southeast Iowa is in full swing this weekend with a range of activities. There’s garden events, outdoor movies, concerts, dogs and Expo activities. Take a look at what’s going on.
EDDYVILLE — Harlie Boyer, and Eddyville native, has been selected as a recipient of the Iowa Veterinary Medical Association Foundation Sports and Field Day Community Engagement Scholarship in the amount of $1,500.
DES MOINES — One of the two women who damaged portions of the Dakota Access Pipeline has been sentenced to prison and ordered to pay nearly $3.2 million in restitution.
DES MOINES — Centerville was one of 26 applicants to receive a Community Catalyst grant from the Iowa Economic Development Authority, the organization said in a press release Wednesday.
DES MOINES — As part of the national "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign, Iowa law enforcement officers will be looking for drunk drivers during the July 4 weekend.
DES MOINES — State and local law enforcement agencies will be focusing safety this Fourth of July holiday weekend as thousands are expected to travel across the state and recreate on Iowa’s natural resources.
PELLA — Several people spoke out against Pella City Council during an open forum regarding the swimming attire of a transgender patron at the Pella Aquatic Center.
Iowa State Patrol troopers, who stop more than 150,000 motorists a year, provide security at the state Capitol and staff high-profile events including RAGBRAI, don’t wear body cameras.
DES MOINES — A Polk County judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Jason Carter against the lead investigating agent that pursued charges against him for his mother’s murder.
OTTUMWA — Law enforcement officials in two counties responded to a stolen vehicle in which two occupants were apprehended quickly and another fled on foot Wednesday evening.
OTTUMWA — A few years ago, someone asked Jesse Bolinger if he ever thought about flying a plane. Despite his interest, there was one issue standing in his way: Bolinger is legally blind.
OTTUMWA — Members of the Ottumwa Amateur Radio Club will be joining clubs from across the country for the nationwide Amateur Radio Field Day Exercise June 26-27. The local club will be broadcasting the Wapello County 4-H Expo grounds, 13011 120th Ave., with the public welcome to visit from 1…
ALBIA — Monroe County is set to host one of two pasture walks organized by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach beef specialist Chris Clark.
This Week's Circulars
- E-scooters roll into Ottumwa
- Fluoride law ensures Iowa citizens understand water changes
- Repeated sex assault results in 60 years in prison
- Wapello supes signal support for broadband project
- Prep baseball: Centerville heads to state, but is hungry for more
- Waterloo murals inspired by area's natural landscape
- Prep baseball: Ottumwa opens with top-ranked Pleasant Valley
- Felony charges filed after special audit
- Centerville approves final reading of UTV ordinance
- LA Kings re-sign F Trevor Moore for 2 years, $3.75 million
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