The city of Des Moines is expecting to see more than 300 artists, filmmakers and entrepreneurs, non-profit professionals and community leaders attending the 2016 Iowa Arts Summit on Friday, Aug. 5. The day of networking, learning and
Pokemon Go may be the hottest app in the world right now, but privacy activists are giving the augmented reality game a chilly reception. According to technology expert, Dr. Josef Ansorge, says that these types of invasive
The Region XII Council of Governments (Region XII) has entered into a contract with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to provide auditing services for Iowa’s Environmental Management System (EMS) Program. The EMS program began in
People have all kind of opinions when it comes to this year’s presidential candidates, but there is one candidate that has a proven record providing high-quality products and food security: the Iowa Farmer. You can join in
Fall is closer than most of us are willing to admit and that means hunting season is rapidly approaching. Iowa law requires all hunters born after Jan. 1, 1972 to complete and pass a hunter education course
Steve King visited Carroll Area Nursing Service offices in Carroll yesterday (Thursday), and he also sat down and talked with Carroll Broadcasting about a variety of subjects. He answered to recent criticism he has faced for a
The first class of the “Words for Work” Certified Nurses Aid course has graduated from their training. The class is offered from Region XII Council of Governments in conjunction with IowaWORKS, Tyson Transition Center, Job Corps and
Value Colleges.com recently announced its 10th annual list of the top 50 Best Value Community Colleges in the nation for 2016, and Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) has been named as one of the top 10.
The Catholic Diocese of Sioux City Schools has announced the launch of a new, mission-based campaign to help ensure each student is fully prepared for a life of faith, service and integrity. “Where Values Matter,” is the
Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield has released results of their 2015 Accountable Care Organization’s (ACO) shared savings performance and are reporting that Iowans have benefitted from lower costs for better health care over the past year.