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May comes with some “maybes.” Maybe summer sports will be able to start so that graduating seniors can participate in their last sporting events. Maybe couples can proceed with their wedding … more
Editor: I wanted to take some time and describe my character to the readers, with three weeks until the primary election. First, I wanted make sure everyone understands why I have been talking … more
Editor: Have you heard the great news? Johnson County Sheriff Lonny Pulkrabek is running this fall for Iowa House District 73. Lonny is not just a sheriff and elected official. He is the kind … more
Editor: VOTE411 provides candidate information for June 2 Primary Election VOTE411 provides voters with information about the candidates on the ballot in the June 2 Primary Election. The … more
Editor: Iowans are grappling with the problems brought on by terrible leadership at both the state and national level. Bad economic decisions at the national level have put Iowa’s farm … more
DES MOINES — The Iowa State Fair, Pioneer and media sponsors Iowa Farmer Today and the WHO radio BIG SHOW are seeking entries for the 2020 Way We Live Award. The Way We Live Award, in its 12th year … more
The Iowa Association of Business and Industry (ABI) Foundation’s Business Horizons 2020 program to be held July 19-23 at Central College in Pella is canceled. With more than 75 high school … more
WEST DES MOINES – Iowa farmers and rural communities face mounting challenges and uncertainty as disruptions to meat processing plants impacted by COVID-19 have created a bottleneck in the supply … more
DES MOINES – Iowa DNR staff work with individuals, businesses and communities to help them protect natural resources by complying with state and federal laws. This approach is very effective. In … more
Fareway Stores, Inc. recently announced a $200,000 donation to the Iowa Chamber of Commerce Executives (ICCE). The donation provided for $1,000 or more in gift cards to ICCE chamber of commerce … more
Wilton The following information was received from the office of the Wilton Police Department: May 3—Police responded to a report of an open door in the 300 block of S. Cherry Street. … more
A Wilton High School tradition alive and well for 13 years has been forced to move elsewhere on campus due to the upcoming commons project planned at the south end of the gymnasium. Located just … more
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