Lee County

Three members of the Lee County Board of Supervisors are accused of violating Iowa's Open Meetings Act.

The Lee County Board of Supervisors may take a closer look at some existing county buildings before taking any action towards a controversial topic.

The head of the Lee County Board of Supervisors is ready to move ahead with a vote on one county seat.

The 300-page pre-disaster mitigation plan, which has received county approval, took more than a year to develop.

The non-profit Foundation in Lee County awarded $95,000 in grants to 20 of the county's non-profit organizations.

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West Point's Shuck Fest kicked off the annual Sweet Corn Festival Wednesday night.

Trumpeter Swans Doing Well in Lee County

Jul 24, 2014
Lee County Conservation/ Tom Buckley

The Lee County Conservation Department has been taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of five trumpeter swans (or cygnets) born earlier this summer.

The group that has been reviewing Lee County government services has finished its work and made a recommendation to the Board of Supervisors.

Jason Parrott / Tri States Public Radio

A Lee County landfill hopes to improve its operations and its bottom line.

Jason Parrott / Tri States Public Radio

Cities and counties along the Mississippi River are preparing for a surge of high water.

A first-of-its-kind organization in Iowa is trying to reinvent itself.

Screencap / Galesburg's website

Parts of the region are making more of an effort to go green.

An organization that helps rural southeast Iowa communities build sewer systems has won two legal challenges this month.

Lee County Economic Development Group

A new survey of Lee County businesses and industries identifies several factors that could be preventing them from filling key positions.

Lee County Conservation Welcomes Five Cygnets

Jun 24, 2014
Lee County Conservation/Tom Buckley

The Lee County Conservation Department's trumpeter swan restoration effort is welcoming five newborns this summer.

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