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The West Liberty High School Girls Varsity Track team continued their season Tuesday night as they headed to Wapello to compete in the multi-team Wapello Co-Ed Relays meet. Coming off good … more
The Iowa City Catholic Worker announced Thursday it will hold three free COVID-19 vaccine clinics in April for rural immigrant workers, to help increase access and distribution of the Covid vaccine … more
West Liberty, Iowa-based West Liberty Foods announced today that the company has earned the EcoVadis Platinum Award for achievements in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), ranking in the top one … more
They may be all wearing life jackets, but the rescue boat hasn’t quite arrived for local municipalities and Muscatine County concerning funding as part of the recently signed $1.9 trillion Rescue … more
The restoration of a playground at Friendship Park, the opening this summer of the Kimberly Park Pool and future plans for West Liberty’s park improvements were all part of the discussion of the … more
AMES — Favorable interest rates, a strong demand for land and substantial government payments helped stabilize Iowa’s farmland market in a year in which Iowa’s farmers faced the destructive … more
The 2021 Muscatine County Fair is already seeking a queen. Applications for the Muscatine County Fair Queen competition are now available for young ladies residing in the county under the age of … more
DES MOINES — The Iowa Department of Revenue has extended the filing and payment deadline to June 1, 2021 for 2020 individual income tax returns and first quarter estimated income tax payments for … more
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the availability of up to $600,000 in grant funding for local organizations to support projects that build community health and resilience in … more
Iowa’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at 3.6 percent from the revised January rate of 3.6 percent. The state’s jobless rate was 2.9 percent one year ago. The U.S. unemployment … more
Starting on April 1, Iowa residents will have a new opportunity to enroll in health coverage through the Market place and get lower pricing. Anyone who is not eligible for insurance through Medicare, … more
While matching 2020’s record breaking hunter participation and harvest is not likely to happen, Iowa’s 2021 spring turkey season will have plenty of opportunities for those ready to be back in … more
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