Health Board learns of shutdown effects
With 17 percent of the federal government in shutdown for 15 days, Marion County Public Health Director Kim Dorn told the Board of Health this morning that one of the affected programs, Women Infants and Children (WIC), has enough funding in the county to last through October.
Heartsill shares the Constitution
Rep. Greg Heartsill is traveling around House District 28 in the month of September to discuss the United States Constitution with area students.
City Candidates named
There are six people vying for two seats on the Knoxville City Council.
Grassley picks the Hawkeyes
Sen. Chuck Grassley, a University of Northern Iowa alumnus, says he is not cheering for Iowa or Iowa State on Saturday, but he believes the Hawkeyes will win.
Video: Loebsack discusses issues
A video interview with Congressman Dave Loebsack.
Hatch: Right time to run
Brian Hatch says that running for office has been something that has interested him for a long time. The timing has become right for the 2013 City Election.
Marion County Democrats' Picnic Tomorrow
The Marion County Democrats are hosting a picnic/fundraiser, open to anyone, on Saturday, Sept. 7, from 1-4 p.m., at North Overlook at Lake Red Rock.
Grassley, Loebsack want more info on Syria
Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley and Rep. Dave Loebsack both have concerns about possible American Military action in Syria, and would like more information.
Branstad rejects bids for ICN
Governor Terry E. Branstad and Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds today announced their intention to reject bids related to the sale of the Iowa Communications Network (ICN).
City election candidate filing begins Monday
Filing of paperwork for the November City elections will begin Monday, Aug. 26.
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