DES MOINES — The Department of Human Services (DHS) is pleased to announce contract negotiations with the state’s Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) have concluded and contracts have been signed for state fiscal year 2020.
DES MOINES — A Florida man accused of operating a “pure pyramid scheme” and taking more than $51,000 from older Iowans must make refunds to the victims and stop his solicitations under a settlement with the Iowa Attorney General’s Office.
OTTUMWA — Sen. Amy Klobuchar said she wants to make it easier for small farmers to continue working their land while going through bankruptcy, a process she said currently forces too many people out of the industry.
Bemis Company mistreated employees at its Centerville factory and did not intend to reach a deal with a newly ratified union, an administrative law judge ruled Monday.
The Pella Youth Coalition hosted Doctor Annette Bosworth to discuss the effects of addiction and trauma on the brain during an interactive program on June 21 and June 22 at Central College.
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig toured Ulrich’s Meat Market and In’t Veld’s Meat Market & Opa’s Deli Friday morning, announcing a new program that will create markets for Iowa meat products.
Henrietta Veldhuizen, a long-standing and reputable member of the Pella Historical Society, has been granted the 2019 Tulip Time Service Award for her dedication and volunteer work that goes beyond her job description.
Ring-O-Matic, a locally owned and well-recognized supplier to the underground construction and soft excavation industries, is a small company with big aspirations.
While there's a shortage of nurses around the area and country, there's also a shortage of prospective nurses. That shortage of students enrolled in that program led to the temporary suspension of the program in Centerville.
PELLA — Cosmopolitanism is something leading philosophers Kwame Anthony Appiah and Martha C. Nussbaum are talking about. Anna Christensen, lecturer in philosophy at Central College, now will talk about it, too.
The Appanoose County Board of Supervisors voted 3-0 Monday to formally oppose the city of Centerville's efforts to use an Iowa law to zone land outside its corporate limits.
DES MOINES — On March 29, 2019, the Department of Human Services (DHS) received notice from UnitedHealthcare that they would be leaving the IA Health Link program in the next several months.
OTTUMWA — The Pickwick preschoolers were fascinated by the pinwheels they were planting as they spun with the wind. The garden, though, has a deeper meaning.
OTTUMWA — Wapello County supervisors will decide next week whether to oppose bills in the legislature that would allow certain vehicles to exceed current weight limits on Iowa roads and bridges.
Childhood mental health in Iowa, and specifically in the Centerville Community School District, is something that can not be ignored, Superintendent Tom Rubel told the board Monday.
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