The 10th Annual Blue Ribbon Bacon Festival is coming up on Saturday, Feb. 18, and it sounds like a great weekend to enjoy “The Good, The Bad and the Bacon” country-western theme. Doors at the Iowa Events
The John Ruan Foundation has made a $100,000 donation to Des Moines Area Community College’s (DMACC) Transportation Institute. The money is earmarked for the purchase of a new advanced driving simulator. The first check was presented this
Two Iowa State University animal scientists have been inducted into the Meat Industry Hall of Fame for their studies on technology and safety for meat products. Joe Cordray and Joe Sebranek joined other inductees including Colorado State
The Sac County Conservation Board (SCCB) is hosting an event on Sunday, Feb. 12 to enjoy the full moon and a candlelit walk through the woods just two days before Valentine’s. The event begins at 6:30 p.m.
The Lake view City Council has completed their budget proposal for fiscal year 2017-2018 with $400,000 more total expenses than revenue. The city anticipated $8.1 million in revenue and $8.5 million in total expenses. The deficit was
On Thursday, Republicans on a committee in the Iowa House conducted a vote that may result in wage cuts for some who received minimum wage hikes over the state wage floor of $7.25 per hour in Linn,
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture, Bill Northey, is encouraging Iowans to join local Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs now to have access to fresh, locally grown produce throughout the growing season. “CSAs are a great opportunity to partner
After Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, made disapproving remarks about President Donald Trump’s comments on a federal appeals court deliberating his travel ban, Senator Chuck Grassley says it is a good indication Gorsuch is the right nominee.
Senator Chuck Grassley met with President Donald Trump’s Secretary of Agriculture nominee, former Gov. Sonny Perdue, and says they had a good discussion on agriculture and the industry as a whole. “It’s no secret that I like
Iowa Secretary of State, Paul Pate’s Election Integrity Act was introduced to the Iowa Legislature on Wednesday, and is now available for online viewing. House Study Bill 93 is a comprehensive package, which Pate says calls for