The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is once again offering discounted trees this spring. The Residential Tree Program is available to all Iowa residents wishing to cut back on energy bills and improve the look of
Both local state legislators, 12th District House Representative, Brian Best, and 6th District Senator, Mark Segebart, indicated they will oppose Senate File 184, a bill that would allow vehicles with loads up to 130,000 pounds to circumvent
An Astronaut Visits Carroll, A Lake City Officer Goes Above the Call of Duty And Supervisors Raise Questions About Pending Senate Bill
It was a busy week for many in the listening area last week. An astronaut visit Carroll. Lake City Police Office, Dylan Forkner, braves a blizzard to bring a pregnant woman to the hospital and more.
Many people’s spirits are souring with spring only a few weeks away, but for some, that excitement is overshadowed by stress from scammers.
Residents in the Manning Regional Healthcare Center (MRHC) service area had previously been asked to participate in the MRHC and Carroll County Public Health Community Health Needs Assessment update. Now, an invitation is being extended for those
Governor Kim Reynolds Proclaims March As Brain Injury Awareness, Colorectal Cancer Awareness and Problem Gambling Awareness Month
Governor Kim Reynolds signed three proclamations from the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) Friday, which declares March Brain Injury Awareness, Colorectal Cancer Awareness and Problem Gambling Awareness Month. More than 17,000 Iowans receive medical treatment for
Fifty-four attorneys general from around the country, including Iowa’s Tom Miller, penned a letter earlier this week urging the U.S. Senate to enact the Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence (TRACED) Act. “Robocalls are the bane
Wolf Pack 4 Hunger Looking For Volunteers And Donations To Hit A Goal Of 50,000 Meals Packaged On April 3
More than $7,500 has been raised so far toward the $12,500 needed to package 50,000 meals with Meals of Hope in the upcoming Wolf Pack 4 Hunger event in Manning. The recent soup supper and donations from
Since the start of Iowa’s 2019 General Assembly in January, local legislators have been fielding questions about bills that could potentially lead to loss of local control. Iowa House Representative for the 12th District, Brian Best, reviewed
Nearly 1,900 fourth- through 12th-grade students will travel to Des Moines this weekend to compete in the Iowa State Archery Tournament at the Iowa State Fairgrounds. More than 85 full teams are competing for just under $17,000