Living Word Fellowship in Knoxville will hold online services on Good Friday at 7 p.m. and Easter Sunday at 10 a.m. on Facebook LIVE.
RURAL SEYMOUR — Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has announced new restrictions on livestock auctions. The announcement came Thursday after a trotting horse auction in Seymour with hundreds in attendance from multiple states was allowed to take place.
Iowa officials said Monday that an analysis of the latest data on the spread of COVID-19 indicates the state is “not quite” at the point where a stay-at-home order is needed. At a press conference Monday, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds and public health officials said they’re relying on hospitalization data to indicate if, and when, […]
WASHINGTON — Why does it take so long to get COVID-19 test results? How can we take care of elderly parents? Can Congress work around the president, if necessary, to ramp up production of medical equipment? These were some of the questions Iowans asked Rep. Abby Finkenauer, D-1st District, and state public health officials in […]
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Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds and State Epidemiologist Dr. Caitlin Pedati defended the state's approach to limiting testing for COVID-19 to the most serious cases. In most instances, the patient just needs to stay home and rest, they said.
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Are you wondering how climate change affects Iowa? Denise Franck will present a free, non-partisan discussion on the facts and potential solutions for the weather crisis affecting Iowans and others around the globe.
The Marion County Board of Supervisors provided a financial update on the Knoxville VA Campus and the Prairie Ridge development project with the city of Pella.
Governor Kim Reynolds’ 1-cent sales tax and a bill that addresses violent behavior in school classrooms dominated the conversation at a local forum with Sen. Amy Sinclair and Rep. Jon Thorup.
Six Democratic candidates running for state senate and house seats used the Marion County Democrats’ annual Presidents’ Day Soup Luncheon as a platform to outline their campaign goals.
On Saturday, April 4, the Izaak Walton League is partnering with the US Army Corps of Engineers at Lake Red Rock to provide a certification workshop for anyone interested in becoming a Save Our Streams (SOS) water quality monitor.
The Mahaska/Marion Women, Land, and Legacy will host a movie matinee showing “FarmHer: The Documentary” at the Knoxville Public Library located at 213 E Montgomery Street on Saturday, Feb. 29.
A Marion County Soil and Water Conservation District Commissioners meeting will be held Thursday, Feb. 20. The meeting will take place at the USDA Building/NRCS Meeting Room in Knoxville at 8 a.m.
OSKALOOSA – Mahaska and a few Marion County residents cracked open the hard eggs for the state legislature panel at last weekend’s Eggs and Issues.
The Marion County Board of Supervisors joined in a partnership with the City of Pella to provide financial support for the Prairie Ridge development project.
New and expanding businesses in Knoxville will soon be able to apply for the city’s revolving loan program following its approval at Monday’s city council meeting.
The Marion County Board of Supervisors approved a property insurance request from the Marion County Historical Society during their regular meeting on Oct. 8.
- Weiler employees manufacturing face shields for KHC
- First positive COVID-19 case reported in Marion County
- Additional COVID-19 case confirmed in Marion County
- Indiana official to local government: Don't mess with Second Amendment during COVID-19 crisis
- Federal judge says state ‘tortures’ children at Eldora home
- Vermeer confirms employee tested positive for COVID-19
- Marion County Sheriff Report
- Man charged with damaging jail cell
- Local hospitals say they're prepared for COVID-19 outbreak
- KCSD extends school closures to April 30