Dr. Dan Ryan, Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Sioux City, has accepted a position as the President of Dowling Catholic High School in West Des Moines. Ryan, who has been with the Diocese since July
Iowa Farm Bureau’s statewide development initiative, Renew Rural Iowa (RRIA), has teamed up with the Ag Startup Engine (ASE) at the Iowa State University (ISU) Research Park to bring education, mentoring and financing resources to Iowa entrepreneurs.
Sen. Chuck Grassley reintroduced legislation earlier this week to ban packer ownership of livestock to slow the continued impact of consolidation within the livestock industry. From 2005 to 2015, the amount of cattle traded on the cash
New Way Ford in Coon Rapids is hosting a weather related event this weekend to encourage understanding of the risks Iowa’s summer storms hold. Severe Weather Saturday takes place tomorrow (Saturday) at the dealership on Highway 141.
This coming Sunday, more than 1,500 Iowans will climb up 1,796 steps and 86 floors as a part of the American Lung Association in Iowa’s 2017 “Fight For Air Climb.” The participants choose to climb one, two,
Cast members of this weekend’s IKM-Manning Play, “A Family Reunion to Die For:” (Sitting) Senior, Jonathan Greazel as Freddie Franklin and Senior Grace Sextro as Christine Franklin. (Standing) Junior, Lillie Ceminsky as Gretchen Wilcox The theme
McFarland Clinic has been notified by several area residents of a phone scam in which the caller is identifying themselves as a member of the clinic staff. The victim is being told they owe money to McFarland
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture, Bill Northey, says the statewide average for last week shows only a little over a half of a day suitable for fieldwork, and though the recent wet weather has kept farmers from starting
More than 75 Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA) members filled the State Capitol Rotunda on Iowa Corn Day on the Hill last week. The delegation included ICGA board of directors, county leaders and student FFA members from
On Wednesday afternoon, March 29, the Storm Lake Police Department received notification from Citizen’s Credit Union in Storm Lake that they had received several allegedly forged checks from a 25-year-old Newell man, Kyle Klink, who was a