On Jan. 6, family members of 84-year-old (Beverly) Joy Annear asked for assistance searching for their missing grandmother and mother, but that search ended Sunday morning after the family called off the search at approximately 8:20 a.m.
Iconic commentator on all things Iowa and Mount Carmel native, Iowa Nice Guy Scott Siepker, takes on the topic of corn in a series of new videos. Siepker has teamed up with the Iowa Corn Promotion Board
Iowa Congressman, David Young, and Nebraska Congressman, Don Bacon, introduced Sarah’s Law on Thursday to lawmakers in Washington, D.C. A companion version of the bill, led by Senator Joni Ernst, was introduced the same day in the
The Kim Reynolds for Lieutenant Governor Committee announced on Wednesday in its end of the year fundraising report that the organization finished the year with nearly $1.1 million cash-on hand and raised $637, 910 in 2016. Reynolds
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announces that Iowa has received an additional 115,000 acres that will be eligible to be enrolled in the Continuous Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), for critical wildlife and water quality efforts.
Several counties’ Boards of Supervisors selected their chairperson at their first meeting of the year. For Audubon County, Todd Nelsen was selected to serve as chair with Gary VanAernam chosen as vice-chair. Scott Jacobs was appointed chairman
On Tuesday, Jan. 3, at approximately 8:30 p.m., the Storm Lake Fire Department responded to reports of a fire at the Tyson Fresh Meats Plant in Storm Lake. A fire was burning above one of the cookers
Senator Chuck Grassley was sworn in for his seventh term in Congress in Washington, D.C. yesterday morning by Vice President Joe Biden. In the 115th session of congress, Grassley will continue to serve on the Senate Judiciary,
The Guthrie County Sheriff’s Office worked in conjunction with the Panora and Stuart Police Departments in an investigation that has resulted in the arrest of several juveniles in Stuart who have been charged with a variety of
The Iowa Cattlemen’s Association (ICA) is working to help producers with farm management, particularly in the face of profitability challenges, and will be hosting two educational events in western Iowa this month that incorporate risk management strategies.