The McDonough County Board Finance Committee decided against providing funding for the sheriff department’s dive rescue team.
The oldest county fair in Iowa is now underway and organizers are trying to make sure it continues for decades to come.
Galesburg city council members are reviewing new zoning rules that accommodate medical marijuana facilities.
Tom and Gayle Carper of Macomb have more than 1,000 photos from the years when Tom owned bars in town. They decided the pictures should be shared and started posting them to Flickr and Facebook.
Improvements could be made to a highway in Clark County that is prone to flooding, as long as voters support a new sales tax next month.
The stretch of Highway 61 between Alexandria, Mo. and the Iowa state line runs near the intersection of the Des Moines and Mississippi Rivers.
It is shut down at the moment because flood water has overtaken the road. MoDOT must inspect the road once the water has receded before it can be re-opened.
Des Moines County’s new top prosecutor is already planning to make some changes.
There seems to be a disconnect between what the Iowa Legislature has been doing for military veterans and the public’s awareness of it.
Six years ago this week, when George W. Bush was still President, terrorists attacked the U.S. consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, killing six.
Retired Western Illinois University professor Gil Belles is patiently waiting for the completion of his campus art labeling project.
Monmouth will know by the end of the year if it has received a $400,000 state grant.