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The Washington County Riverboat Foundation spring small grant cycle is now open for grant awards up to $5000 for nonprofit 501(c) organizations. The Foundation has special interest areas of …
2/24/21 04:02 PM
As Iowa commemorates its 175th anniversary of statehood this year, the State Historical Society of Iowa is taking a deeper dive into the state’s past during Iowa History Month, beginning March …
2/24/21 03:57 PM
Absentee ballots are now available for the March 2, 2021 special election to fill a vacancy in Board of Supervisor District 3 and to continue a Highland School Physical Plant and Equipment …
2/24/21 03:50 PM
Launching the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art’s year-long celebration of the 175th anniversary of Iowa’s statehood will be an extensive look at Iowa’s most famous artist, Grant …
2/24/21 03:34 PM
Storytime is being offered at the Kalona YMCA every Wednesday morning from 10:30-11 a.m. Come join us for stories and motion activities!
New adult fiction: “Robert B. Parker’s Someone …
2/24/21 02:39 PM
We will continue curbside delivery for anyone who wishes to receive books in this manner. Our doors are open. We are working with reduced hours to keep our staff healthy. We will open for …
2/24/21 02:39 PM
Farmers and crop advisers are invited to attend the Southeast Iowa Agricultural Research Association annual meeting, which will be held virtually this year via Zoom on Tuesday, March 4, at 8 …
2/24/21 02:23 PM
This week’s PAWS & More pet of the week is Remy, a young male Treeing Walker Coonhound. Remy was found as an emaciated and scared stray. A wonderful family took him in and nursed him back …
2/24/21 02:22 PM
The Wellman city council approved a law enforcement contract with the Washington County Sherriff’s Department at a Tuesday, Feb. 16 meeting. The meeting was moved from Mon. Feb. 15 due to the …
2/23/21 04:45 PM
Genealogical research can be exciting. But it can also test your willingness to “stick with it’ and to search sources again and again.
Today’s genealogists are fortunate to have …
2/23/21 04:44 PM
One question above all others weighed heavily on the Highland school board’s minds: how do we get more people involved?
Much of their Monday evening board meeting on Feb. 22 revolved around …
By Christopher Borro |
2/23/21 04:23 PM
In addition to approving the yearly audit, the Mid-Prairie Board of Education received updates from superintendent Mark Schneider regarding facilities and the search for a new middle school principal …
By Molly Roberts |
2/23/21 04:22 PM
We will continue curbside delivery for anyone who wishes to receive books in this manner. Our doors are open. We are working with reduced hours to keep our staff healthy.
New adult fiction: …
2/17/21 04:47 PM
When Myron Ropp retires at the end of the month after spending over 50 years working at the John Deere dealership, he isn’t going to miss the paperwork. But he’s going to miss the people, …
By Molly Roberts and Jeff Yoder |
2/17/21 03:50 PM
This week’s PAWS & More pet of the week is Rita, an adult female domestic longhair cat. Rita has a fluffy black coat and bright green eyes. She is described as a “love bug” …
2/17/21 02:37 PM
Kalona Public Library continues to be open by appointment and offering curbside pickup for our community and patrons. The building capacity has been increased to 15 patrons at a time. We continue to …
2/17/21 02:35 PM
The Spring Small Grant Cycle is now open for grant awards up to $5000 for nonprofit 501(c) organizations. The Foundation has special interest areas of Community Development and Beautification, …
2/17/21 02:28 PM
KCTC recently was awarded $1,948,880.88 to cover 35% of the cost of providing fiber optic broadband service to a rural area between Riverside and Washington.
Over 300 households will be able to …
2/17/21 02:24 PM
The extreme cold and frequent wind in the last ten days have been a major challenge for the county’s Secondary Roads Department the board was told Tuesday.
“It just will not let …
By Mary Zielinski |
2/17/21 02:23 PM
Iowa governor Kim Reynolds and lieutenant governor Adam Gregg were among the guests attending an opening ceremony for Johnson County’s new GuideLink Center in Iowa City on Thursday.
By Christopher Borro |
2/17/21 02:21 PM