Now that spring has officially started, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is reminding pond owners that it is time to start preparing aquatic plant management plans. A healthy pond requires some vegetation, but too much
The Greene County Sheriff’s office is investigating damage done to two vehicles in a hit-and-run accident in Scranton on Thursday. At approximately 12:53 a.m., a deputy responded to the 900 block of Irving Street. Two vehicles were
President Of Iowa Soybean Association Stands With U.S. Farmers As EPA Grants Additional Renewable Fuel Waivers To Big Oil
Iowa Soybean Association (ISA) President, Lindsay Greiner, has released a statement, saying that the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) granting of additional renewable fuel waivers to the petroleum industry could not have come at a worse time for
The Greene County Sheriff’s Office responded to a two-vehicle accident on Monday afternoon north of Scranton. At approximately 2:43 p.m. 54-year-old Larry Pudenz of Auburn was driving a 2014 Ford F-150 westbound on U.S. Highway 30. At
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has issued advisories about drinking water in southwest Iowa. Yesterday, the City of Glenwood’s water treatment plant was overtaken by the floodwaters, forcing the plant to shut down and authorities
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
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