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DES MOINES—Gov. Kim Reynolds announced the state of Iowa will end Fiscal Year 2019 with a balance of $289.3 million in its General Fund. “Iowa’s fiscal health is strong, and it’s a … more
DES MOINES — The Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) announced two new competitive funds to support the mitigation of dilapidated, state-owned properties that can be redeveloped for economic … more
DES MOINES — Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a proclamation declaring Sept. 24 as Voter Registration Day in Iowa. Registering to vote empowers eligible citizens to exercise their right to vote on … more
Cedar County announced its participation in the National Association of Counties (NACo) “Live Healthy U.S. Counties” discounts program which allows them to offer all county residents the … more
Cedar County voters should expect to receive updated voter registration cards in the mail ahead of the first combined city-school election scheduled for Nov. 5. Cedar County Auditor and … more
“Very generous,” was the unanimous chatter of officials after making a deal at the Sept. 23 Durant city council meeting that is expected to net the city roughly $1 million, thanks to a donation … more
The Wilton Police Department will be adding two new Chevy Tahoes to its fleet within the next 14 weeks, bringing the total from two to four. Wilton currently has two Chevy Tahoes — a 2015 and a … more
Durant Public Works employees will begin picking up leaves at the curb on Oct. 16 through Nov. 27. Please see schedule and map (right) for your zone. Crews will pick up on Mondays, Wednesdays and … more
WASHINGTON — U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA), a combat veteran and member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, issued a reminder to Iowa students that applications to receive a nomination to the … more
WASHINGTON – National Farmers Union (NFU) recognized 26 U.S. Senators and Representatives who have demonstrated leadership and support at the federal policymaking level for family farmers, ranchers … more
Officials approved the first reading of an ordinance which would amend the number of cats and dogs allowed per household at the Sept. 9 Durant city council meeting. The ordinance amendment states, … more
On Sept. 4, Rep. Bobby Kaufmann (R-Wilton) applauded the Iowa Department of Transportation for securing a major federal grant to improve aging bridges across the state. “This is great news for … more
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