Iowa Attorney General, Tom Miller, has asked a judge to shut down a number of Quad Cities-based advertising companies who are accused of defrauding small businesses across the country. A lawsuit was filed in December against Alphonso
Applications are open now for Delta Dental’s 2019 Rethink Your Drink program, which will replace water fountains with bottle filling station in qualifying schools. Now in its third year, the Delta Dental of Iowa-funded program has donated
The Iowa Department of Revenue on Thursday announced they are granting extensions on the filing and paying of 2018 taxes for specific taxpayers without underpayment of estimated tax penalty. Those who earn at least two-thirds of their
St. Anthony Regional Hospital announced today (Wednesday) the launch of a $7 million capital campaign to build a $16.5 million regional cancer center on their campus in Carroll. Hospital administrators and the St. Anthony Foundation Board detailed
Local authorities are warning residents that the heavy snow may be covering the exhaust pipes for their heating system, which could result in carbon monoxide back-flowing into the residence. Most of these pipes are located closer to
The Iowa Arts Council is reminding Iowans the deadlines for an art-related scholarship and a fellowship are less than a month away. The Iowa Scholarship for the Arts is open to high school seniors interested in pursuing
The Sioux City Diocese will be releasing a list of priests accused of sexually abusing minors at a special press conference this afternoon. At 1:30 p.m. today (Monday), Bishop R. Walker Nickless, the Vicar General, Father Brad
Carroll resident, Rod Roberts, a former state representative and past director of the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals (DIA), has been appointed to serve as Iowa’s next labor commissioner. Gov. Kim Reynolds announced on Friday that
Pickup trucks end up in a creek in similar accidents almost a week apart, CCSD narrows down the choices to two for interim superintendent, Carroll County Supervisors prepare for FY 2020 budget. It’s your week in review.
Multi-Year Dispute Over Grain Leg Nears Settlement, Merchants Park May Become Trademarked, And St. Anthony Prepares For Major Announcement.
This week has several interesting meetings on the schedule. Hear more from Nathan Konz, as he previews the upcoming week.