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.
An Iowa foundation is continuing to fund the My Journey Series, a Children’s Cancer Connection program that provides resources and support to Iowa families affected by childhood cancer. This year, The Deb and Jeff Hansen Foundation and
We have just weathered through one winter storm warning and are entering a weekend with predictions of more wintery precipitation, but the Iowa Department of Natural Resources is thinking summer. They have announced that Memorial Day reservations
Earlier this month, U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley was named the Agriculture Retailers Association’s Legislator of the Year. The annual award is presented to a member, or members, of Congress who champion legislation important to the agricultural retail
It is time for Iowa farm families to apply for the 2019 Century and Heritage Farm Programs. Iowa Secretary of Agriculture, Mike Naig, says this is just one way they can recognize the hard work necessary to
The Iowa Corn District Four Committee, the Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA) and the Iowa Corn Promotion Board (ICPB) are hosting a crop fair in Coon Rapids early next month. The March 7 fair will run from
Fourth District Congressman, Steve King, is continuing to schedule town-hall style meetings in each of the 39 counties within his district. This coming Saturday, Feb. 23, he will be traveling to Ida County, hosting the public meeting