An unusual fish has been found in East Okoboji recently, and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is not sure how it ended up there. A recent reports says 26, three- to five-inch gizzard shad were
As scammers become increasingly bold and creative in their methods to con money from consumers, Iowa Attorney General, Tom Miller, warns Facebook is becoming a popular place for these criminals to operate. Miller highlights some of their
Landus Cooperative is extending the deadline for local FFA chapters to apply for grant money from the company. Sept. 8 is the final day to submit applications for a $750 grant from Landus Cooperative’s Core Grant program.
A wastewater discharge from a manhole in Lake City reported to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Thursday has already been corrected. The discharge began overnight due to a pump failure which flooded a pumping station.
Iowa Attorney General, Tom Miller, fully supports Iowans giving to the relief efforts for Hurricane Harvey victims, but says if you are going to give, do it wisely. “Iowans are already stepping up to help the staggering
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) says they are expecting high traffic on the state’s waterways this coming Labor Day weekend. “With what appears to be a very favorable forecast for the extended holiday weekend, we
A Storm Lake man has been arrested after entering a residence and taking photos of a 12-year-old sleeping female. The Storm Lake Police Department received a report on the incident at approximately 6:15 p.m. Tuesday, and were
The Iowa Lottery has announced that two of the three $50,000-winning Powerball tickets from Wednesday’s $758.7 million drawing have been claimed. Sharon Bruvik of Humboldt and Roger Weber of Evansdale claimed their prizes last Thursday. Bruvik purchased
Every month, Senator Joni Ernst identifies a Washington expense, program or concept that has proven wasteful and needs to go as the recipient of the Squeal Award. This month’s Squeal Award recipient has been identified as the
It is now easier than ever to order trees through the Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) Forest Nursery with a new online site. Users will find dozens of quality, native Iowa trees and an easy check-out