Audubon County Archives

Bird Exhibitions Lifted After First Of The Year

The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship announced today (Tuesday) that the ban on live bird exhibitions at county fairs, the Iowa State Fair, livestock auctions, swap meets and other gatherings of birds due to the

How To Destroy A Nation From Within

All of the Presidential candidates are hitting Iowa hard at the end of this year, making appearances from one side of the state to the other before the Feb. 1 caucus, and Republican candidate Dr. Ben Carson

Consumer Confidence In Farming Increasing

The Iowa Food and Family Project conducted their annual Consumer Pulse poll last month and surveyed 351 Iowans about their opinions regarding a variety of food and farming topics. The majority of respondents were female, affluent, highly

People Are Only Way To Change Power In Congress

During his campaign swing through Iowa earlier this week, Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was asked how he would deal with a Republican Congress if elected president. Sanders said he didn’t believe the position

Carson Wants Americans To Be Well Informed

Only a few weeks ago, it was reported that GOP Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz’s campaign had experts developing psychological profiles of voters. At a recent appearance in Carroll, another GOP candidate, Dr. Ben Carson, was asked if

ISA Research Conference Feb. 16 And 17

The Iowa Soybean Association is hosting their annual Research Conference Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 16 and 17, at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines. This year, the conference will focus on expanding dialogues among ag and

Western Iowa Transit Welcomes New Drivers

Western Iowa Transit is welcoming new drivers into their system, which includes Tom Madsen of Audubon, Paul Scott of Coon Rapids, James Grace of Guthrie Center and Mike Westering of Carroll. Westering will be working out of