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WASHINGTON — Here's a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week.

AMES — Dusty Guitar Promotions is proud to announce that country music superstar Gary Allan will perform at Stephens Auditorium, managed by VenuWorks, on October 1 at 8 p.m.

ALBIA — The signs prohibiting firearms from the Monroe County Courthouse are illegal and have now been removed following a judge's order.


During the special meeting, no formal action was taken. However, the council will make a decision in renovating or expanding the Community Center during a future meeting.


DES MOINES — One of the two women who damaged portions of the Dakota Access Pipeline has been sentenced to prison and ordered to pay nearly $3.2 million in restitution.

ALBIA — A judge has tossed the case against a man accused by police of attempted murder because prosecutors missed speedy trial deadlines.


Iowa State Patrol troopers, who stop more than 150,000 motorists a year, provide security at the state Capitol and staff high-profile events including RAGBRAI, don’t wear body cameras.

DES MOINES — A Polk County judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Jason Carter against the lead investigating agent that pursued charges against him for his mother’s murder.

WASHINGTON — Here's a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week.

OTTUMWA — Law enforcement officials in two counties responded to a stolen vehicle in which two occupants were apprehended quickly and another fled on foot Wednesday evening.


Chicago-based artist Michael Ferrarell has created a mural honoring the musical history of the town, utilizing different colors and imagery to portray Oskaloosa’s culture.


The resignation comes about five days after a public Facebook post by former Oskaloosa High School student Isabella Ruggles that said she was the subject of an unwanted sexual advance by Jenkins.

OTTUMWA — As Wapello County looks to perhaps sell the bioprocessing center in Eddyville in the future, the board of supervisors were made aware of the need for some tender-loving care to the facility.

WASHINGTON — Here's a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week.

ALBIA — An office worker for Monroe County Agricultural Extension pocketed more than $80,000 in a three-year period, according to a new report by the state auditor’s office.

Community 1st Credit Union was one of four credit unions in Iowa to receive over $1.8 million apiece in federal grant funding to support economic recovery.

PELLA — Kading will begin showing townhomes at View Pointe Condominiums, located near West 16th Street this month. By July, Kading expects residents to move into some of its 92 new townhomes.

PELLA — The Pella City Council held a public hearing over two infrastructure projects during their Tuesday night meeting, approving contracts for 250th Avenue and a local airport. 

OTTUMWA — Scott Hallgren checks emails on one computer terminal, then turns to a color-coded calendar program for events on another.

ALBIA — Arguments were heard Friday in a case that has pitted Monroe County against one of its citizens over the question of whether guns can be prohibited in the county's courthouse.


OSKALOOSA — Gov. Kim Reynolds said Thursday that it's time for Iowa to start placemaking, and said Oskaloosa is ahead of the curve.

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