The Fire Service Training Bureau of the State Fire Marshal’s Office has announced they will be holding Instructor I classes in Harlan in January. The course, which meets the objectives for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications, will
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) says the 2017 deer season harvest is running slightly behind the 2016 totals. To date, they have seen 21,825 deer reported, compared to 21,947 for the same time last year.
It is predicted that there will be approximately 68 million turkeys consumed this Thanksgiving and Christmas in the United States. This is about one for every five people in the country. And where there is turkey gluttony,
Gov. Kim Reynolds announced Monday that she has appointed Steve Lukan as Iowa Department of Veterans Affairs executive director. Lukan, who is replacing retiring director, Jodi Tymeson, has been serving in the Governor’s Office of Drug Control
An AMBER Alert for a missing 12-year-old Denison girl has ended after she was located in Des Moines. Authorities located the missing girl, Beynoce Carrasco, at approximately 2 p.m. this (Monday) afternoon. Carrasco was located with her
After four of 19 applications for factory hog farms were rejected by county supervisors in Franklin, Humboldt and Webster Counties, picketers gathered Saturday in the Glen Oaks gated community of West Des Moines where Iowa Select Farms
As we are planning for one of the biggest eating holidays of the year, a recent report by WalletHub.com has ranked states throughout the country who are more heavily contributing to the nearly $200 billion per year
Iowa’s Healthiest State Initiative is now accepting nominations for workplaces, schools, communities and individuals who have worked to advance and improve the physical, social and emotional health of Iowans. There are six categories for the awards that
Firework use across the state can begin again in less than one month as Iowa moves into its second firework season of the year. Sales are allowed on Friday, Dec. 10 and conclude on Wednesday, Jan. 3.
There may be relief in sight for Iowa consumers who are sick and tired of the rampant robocalling and call spoofing. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved new rules on Thursday that will pave the way for