Lee County's budget for the upcoming fiscal year has proven to be the latest battleground for the debate over returning driver's license services in Keokuk.
The Lee County Board of Supervisors has made some initial decisions regarding the county's upcoming budget, but there is still plenty of work to do.
The Iowa Legislature could be asked to weigh in on how and where Lee County offers certain governmental services.
Southeast Iowa’s newest state lawmaker says he is still getting used to the state capitol.
The three candidates for the Democratic nomination in Iowa’s 42nd Senate District say they will make education a top priority.
Bob Morawitz of Fort Madison, Rich Taylor of Mount Pleasant and Donna Amandus of Fort Madison each say improvements to the education system equate to economic development.
Morawitz says the key is improving the workforce, adding “we have a lot of people who do not have the skills and need the training.”
He says that starts with focusing on adult education, especially as industrial jobs become more technology-based.