A Brighton man was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident Sunday south of Sac City. Sac County Sheriff, Ken McClure, reports that his office responded at approximately 8:30 p.m. July 1 to the curves on County Road
Iowa House District 12 Representative, Brian Best of Glidden, is reminding area residents that there were several new pieces of legislation passed during the 87th General Assembly that will be going into effect on Sunday, July 1.
Congressman Steve King (center) is presented with the “Guardian of Seniors’ Rights Award” by Chairman Jim Martin (left) and President Saul Anuzis (right). Photo Credit: Office of Congressman Steve King Fourth District Congressman, Steve King, has received the Guardians of Seniors’ Rights
Local band, Bad Authority, is excited to announce they will be bringing their rocking sound to the Iowa State Fair Grandstand later this summer. Vocalist and guitarist, Kyler Brinker, says they were working with a talent buyer
Not Quite The Dog Days Of Summer Yet, But Thousands Of Canines Will Be Getting Wet Next Week In Ames
More than 3,000 people are expected to bring their four-legged friends to the second annual jumping competition in Ames next week. Featured on ESPN, ABC and the Outdoor Channel, the DockDogs National Canine Aquatics event spans three
Storms swept through Iowa late Thursday morning and into the afternoon with some areas seeing winds of up to 80 miles per hour or more. Tree limbs fell, and in some instances, whole trees toppled as the
Senator Grassley Pleased With First Step In Requiring VA To Disclose Details About VA Nursing Home Care
On Wednesday afternoon, U.S. Senator, Chuck Grassley, applauded the passage of bipartisan legislation that will require the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to release detailed information about the quality of its 133 nursing homes nationwide. “America’s veterans
An investigation has been initiated into the death of a Monona County woman. The Iowa Department of Public Safety has reported that the Monona County Sheriff’s Office and Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) located a body
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors were approached a couple of weeks ago by CEO of Rolling Hills Mental Health Region, Dawn Mentzer, and asked to consider joining in the use of a single mental health advocate
The busiest boating time of the year, Independence Day, is only a week away, and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is making boating while intoxicated a top enforcement priority in the time surrounding the holiday.