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Senior Dining Menus

Goodwin Senior Dining Thursday – Chicken baked rice, broccoli, Watergate salad Friday – Pulled pork/bun, potato salad, pork & beans, lemon lush dessert Monday – Beef … more

Johnson County Fair request receives icy response

IOWA CITY A request of more than $140,000 to help finance the annual Johnson County Fair and other activities at the fairgrounds landed with a thud at a Johnson County Board of Supervisors work … more

Lone Tree Fire & Rescue Foundation receives grant for new pumper/tanker

Lone Tree Fire & Rescue Foundation Inc received a $2,000 grant for the new pumper/tanker.  The grant is provided through Farm Credit Services of America’s (FCSAmerica) Working Here … more

Lone Tree Flyers club hosts annual Fun Fly event

The Lone Tree Flyers hosted a Fun Fly event on June 10-12, drawing model airplane pilots from near and far who came to fly over the fields of Lone Tree for a weekend of fun and community. In 2010, … more

Johnson County sheriff seeks looser residency requirements

IOWA CITY How close is close enough? Brad Kunkel, Johnson County Sheriff, wants to expand the residency requirement to 25 miles as his department recruits for deputy sheriffs. The current … more

Senior Dining Menus

Goodwin Senior Dining Thursday – Cheeseburger/bun, baked beans, potato chips, fruit Friday – BBQ rib patty, macaroni & cheese, corn, yogurt cup Monday – Ham & … more

Fedler, Hora, Mangold win primary elections

With a light turnout in the Primary elections on Tuesday, June 7, Washington County voters gave Heather Hora the opportunity to run as a Republican in the November election for Iowa House District … more

Former Lone Tree Mayor Green tops Democrats in primary race

IOWA CITY Jon Green, a current Johnson County Supervisor and former Lone Tree Mayor, topped the voting results among Democrats in Tuesday's primary. Green  received 8,495 votes, or 69%, to … more

Rising Covid hospitalizations worry Johnson County supervisors

IOWA CITY Rising rates in hospitalizations for COVID-19 is making the Johnson County Board of Supervisors a bit nervous again. Danielle Pettit-Majewski, Public Health Director, told the board … more

Girl, Boy Scouts Honor Fallen Soldiers

Local Girl and Boy Scouts carried flowers to the grave of the Unknown Soldier during the Memorial Day Service at the Riverside Cemetery on Monday, May 30. Participating from Girl Scout Troop #9632 … more

United Way partners with Coral Ridge Mall for children’s food drive

United Way of Johnson & Washington Counties is partnering with Coral Ridge Mall to support hunger relief. Together, they will be hosting three “Feed Our Need” community food drives … more

Secretary Pate praises Iowa’s election integrity

Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate joined leaders of state and federal agencies on Monday, June 6 to inform Iowans of the many measures in place to ensure a safe, smooth, and accurate June 7 primary … more

Lone Tree council hears of potential UI project

A University of Iowa associate professor presented the Lone Tree City Council with a local project Monday evening, June 6. Travis Kraus, an associate professor at the University of Iowa, came to … more

Johnson County Supervisor profiles

Jon Green, a Democrat from Lone Tree, and Jammie Bradshaw, a Republican from Lone Tree, are among five candidates running for the Johnson County Board of Supervisors. Two seats are open for … more

Johnson County elections info

IOWA CITY Johnson County voters will head to the polls June 7 to decide a number of primary races, including the U.S. Senate and House, governor and other state offices, and local elections that … more

Babysitting Basics summer classes

A Babysitting Basics Training Course will be offered to help youth learn how to be responsible babysitters.   Topics to be covered include employer expectations, caring for infants and … more

Supervisors support Roe v. Wade in proclamation

Johnson County Supervisor Pat Heiden remembers exactly where she was when the Roe v. Wade decision was made in 1973 by the U.S. Supreme Court. “I was a freshman at the University of Kansas … more

June 7 Primary to feature races for Supervisor, Recorder, 92nd House

Polls for the June 7 Primary election will be open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.  Absentee ballots may be cast at the auditor’s offices in your respective county until the day before the … more

County vacates portion of 350th Street SW near Stringtown

IOWA CITY The Johnson County Board of Supervisors approved the vacation of a portion of 530th Street SW during its formal voting session May 12. The action, requested months ago by … more

National EMS Week

This week, May 15 to May 23 is the National EMS Week, where we celebrate and thank paramedics, EMTs, and the entire EMS workforce for their service to the community. It is a time to honor the … more
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