Two men suspected of taking part in an armed home invasion and robbery in Hartley were arrested by Storm Lake Police on Saturday. Law enforcement throughout the area had been alerted to be on the lookout for
MidAmerican Energy Company is offering consumers the opportunity to purchase trees at a discounted price. Advance purchase is required for pickup in Fort Dodge on Thursday May 10, from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at John F.
Fans of the popular television series “Downton Abbey” have the chance next week to learn about the real lives of domestic servants at the Carroll Public Library. At 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8, Historian, Kathy Wilson,
The Lake View Water Department will be flushing water mains this coming week in an effort to clear any unwanted materials from the lines. Crews will begin opening hydrants on Tuesday, May 8 and continue into Wednesday,
It is predicted to be a beautiful weekend, and one many people have waited months for as camping officially kicks-off in Iowa. State parks across Iowa will be hosting special programs and activities for the entire family.
Sac City Residents May Experience Loss Of Pressure And Discoloration During Water Main Flushing Next Week
The City of Sac City will be flushing water mains next week in order to clear their water delivery systems. Work will begin Monday, May 7 in the northwest portion of town. Crews will open certain hydrants
Spring has finally sprung and this weekend the weather is going to be perfect to get outside and explore some area foliage. The Sac County Conservation Board wants to help make that an educational experience with their
Storm Lake authorities have arrested several individuals who are allegedly involved in a string of forgeries. On Monday, April 30, the Storm Lake Police Department was notified by Central Bank that thousands of dollars in four counterfeit
Lead singer and guitarist for Carroll’s own Bad Authority, Kyler Brinker, says he and his bandmates, bassist and singer, Miles Millard and vocalist and drummer, Ted “Rudy” Ramaekers, will be happy to put the school year in
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture, Mike Naig, is encouraging Iowans to consider ways they can help protect our soil and improve our water during Soil and Water Conservation Week. Throughout the entire week, Naig will participate in events