The Audubon and Manning Libraries are hosting an informational seminar next week to teach attendees methods to identify and protect themselves from human traffickers. Sister Shirley Fineran, the director of field education and assistant professor of social
The Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) has awarded $425,000 to a proposed housing project in Audubon as part of a pilot housing grant. According to City Clerk, Joe Foran, only two towns in the state were chosen
The Iowa High School Speech Association (IHSSA) has released the list of students who were nominated to attend the All-State Festival later this month. Fourteen participants from seven local schools, including Carroll, Denison, IKM-Manning, Kuemper, South Central
In week nine of the legislative session Iowa’s 6th District Senator, Mark Segebart, says more than 30 bills passed through the Senate chamber. Two involved Iowa students with Senate File 274, aimed at protecting the freedom of
Gov. Kim Reynolds has issued a disaster proclamation for 15 counties in response to flooding and flash flooding that began on March 13 and continues into this week. The counties of Guthrie, Buena Vista, Shelby, Cherokee, Adair,
Western Iowa saw an unusually high number of injury accidents last week, including fatal accidents in Webster and Sac Counties.
Recent rainfall and a large amount of melting snow had many government and law enforcement agencies closing down roads last week. While many people were focused on the flooding, a lot more was going on.
With many areas of the state working to recover from the flooding caused by recent rainfall and melting snow, the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) is advising impacted residents to exercise caution, as flooding brings an
The AARP has announced a new nationwide campaign, Stop Rx Greed, aimed at lowering prescription drug prices. “Americans are paying the highest prescription drug prices in the world,” says Executive Vice President and Chief Advocacy and Engagement
Iowa House Representative Sponsors Bill To Address CDL License Testing Center Accessibility, Particularly In Rural Areas
The Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) closed their Carroll and Spencer driver’s license stations in August of 2016, and since that time, the degree of difficulty in obtaining a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) has done nothing but