Winter is one of the most dangerous time of the year and for more than just icy road conditions. Carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning, known as a “silent killer”, has an increase in occurrences during the colder months,
Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) is inviting artists to submit an original musical or poetry piece for a chance to perform at Celebrate Innovation Week, also known as Ci-week 8, with world champion beat-boxer, Kaila Mullady.
The Audubon Saddle Club is hosting their annual fundraiser today to help support all of their activities throughout the year. Three different soups, salads and sandwiches will all be offered for supporters. Bob Soll, former club president
In a ruling that came down this morning (Friday) the Iowa Supreme Court has denied a request from the Des Moines Water Works to pursue damages from three upstream counties for the costs associated with removing nitrates
More than 14,000 Iowa residents have signed on to take part in the Live Healthy Iowa 10 week Challenge, and more are expected to join before registration closes on Feb. 6. In addition to kicking off a
National School Choice Week Ends On Saturday, And CCSD Superintendent Says Open Enrollments Affect Budgets
Monday, Jan. 23, marked the beginning of National School Choice Week which raised awareness about school choice. Parents in Iowa can choose between traditional public schools, public charter schools, magnet schools, online academies, private schools or home-school
Several school districts in the area are using early teacher retirement to handle their costs differently. The policy varies based on each district, but teachers must be at least 55 years old to be eligible in Iowa.
The Audubon Chamber of Commerce held its Annual Community Banquet on Monday and announced their community awards for 2016. With over 100 people in attendance, the chamber recognized the citizen of the year, junior citizen of the
U.S. Senator Joni Ernst says she is thrilled with yesterday’s (Tuesday’s) action to advance the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines after years of unnecessary delays and red-tape from the Obama administration. Ernst, who was an original
The Audubon Community School District is trying to reduce operating costs by offering some of their longer serving teachers a chance to retire early. Superintendent Brett Gibbs says they have offered this to their teachers before in