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Lone Tree, Stringtown identified as places for growth in Johnson County

Lone Tree and Stringtown were among areas identified as growth opportunities in Johnson County, according to an economic development plan of villages and small towns that was presented to the Johnson … more

Hospice of Washington County excited for new home

It’s a night-and-day difference, the difference between old home of Hospice of Washington County and their new facility. The old facility, which was previously the county DOT building, … more

Pet of the Week

This week’s PAWS & More pet of the week is Josie, a young female Pit Bull Terrier mix. Josie is described as a goofball who is fun-loving and happy all the time. For more information on … more

“This thing is serious and it’s not getting better right now”: Johnson County supervisors talk COVID amid surge

The rapid rise in Covid cases last week caused Johnson County Public Health officials to halt contact tracing and instead focus on testing and educating county residents during the surge brought on … more

Washington shooting investigation continues

Investigation continues into a reported shooting that occurred at 8:10 p.m. January 7 when Washington County Communications dispatch received a 911 call from a male saying he had been … more

Senior Dining Menus

Goodwin Senior Dining Thursday – Pork loin, macaroni and cheese, hot vegetable, apple crisp Friday – Enchilada bake with black beans, rice, fruit, strawberry ice cream Monday … more

Ernst helps pass bill to honor veterans with War on Terror memorial

After a years-long, hard fought effort spearheaded by Senators Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) and Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.), last week their bipartisan legislation to build a memorial on the National Mall honoring … more

Looking back on one year of COVID vaccines

On Dec. 14, 2020, University of Iowa Health Care employees made history, becoming the first in Iowa and among the first in the nation to receive COVID-19 vaccines. This was a day of hope for many and … more

Board gets libraries’ request, report

Despite cautions and procedures necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, the three county libraries continued providing services, both in person and online, to its more than16,000 card-holding patrons … more

Pet of the Week

This week’s PAWS & More pet of the week is Cindy, an young female Domestic Short Hair and Tabby mix. Cindy has a black and grey striped coat with a white belly. She is described as a … more

Lone Tree council appoints liaisons, committees

In the first meeting of the new Lone Tree City Council, with Brad Pearson and Brandon Dix joining the council and Josh Spillman acting as mayor, the council worked to fill several appointments to … more

Supervisors deny overtime pay for ambulance director Jeremy Peck

After four months of debate and discussion, the Washington County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, Jan. 4 voted 3-2 not to pay Ambulance Department Director Jeremy Peck approximately $9,000 for 180 … more

First major snowfall of the season

East Central Iowa got its first measurable snowfall of the winter on New Year’s Day. The area got six to seven inches of snow, far short of the up to 12 inches that was predicted in the storm … more

Lone Tree Senior Dining

Dec. 30 – Jan. 6   Lone Tree Senior Dining Thursday – Ham loaf, mixed veggies, pears, chocolate fluff Friday – Closed Monday – Turkey burgers, baked beans, … more

Johnson County defers vaccine, testing mandate

The date of Johnson County’s mandate on Covid vaccinations and testing was deferred to January 31 in a unanimous vote delivered by the Board of Supervisors on December 22. The policy … more

A Year in Review

The News is proud to have brought our community local news coverage through the year of Kalona, Lone Tree, Riverside, Wellman and the surrounding areas. Here are some of our favorite things we … more

Petition now circulating for Mid-Prairie bond issue

A bond issue is a dance between the school board and the public, said Mid-Prairie superintendent Mark Schneider. An early step of this dance for the Mid-Prairie district’s potential bond issue … more

Washington County Public Health welcomes new Admin

When the pandemic started in March 2020, Emily Tokheim was still in school, studying her Master of Public Health at the University of Iowa, but Tokheim is now the new administrator for Washington … more

Kalona Rotary collects more than 350 gifts in annual toy drive

In 2020, the Kalona Rotary collected 150 toys for area children as part of their Christmas toy drive and were hoping to beat that number this year. In 2021, the Rotary collected over 350 gifts, which … more

Lone Tree Schools win voter registration award

IOWA CITY Lone Tree Schools are one of the best in the state at signing up high school seniors to vote. For the third year in a row, Lone Tree Schools have registered more than 90% of the … more
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