The Pella Police Department has charged an Illinois man for using counterfeit $20 bills at the Tulip Time festival.
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.
As RAGBRAI riders are slated to arrive in Centerville on July 24, local volunteers have already been busy planning for the visit. Next week will bring the first major announcements for that visit.
U.S. Congressman Dave Loebsack stopped by Lincoln Elementary Friday, Sept. 1 to tour the school with Principal Rich Schulte and to meet staff and students.
OSKALOOSA — Officials with the Mahaska County Sheriff's Office reported in a press release that deputies and medical personnel responded Friday, Aug. 18, to a report of a man who had reportedly suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound near Bussey.
LAKE RED ROCK — According to a press release from Tracy Spry, an official with the Lake Red Rock Project, a recent bacterial sampling at Whitebreast Beach and North Overlook Beach at Lake Red Rock has revealed elevated bacterial counts.
KNOXVILLE – Around 2:30 p.m. Thursday, July 27, a natural gas line break was reported near Park Lane and West Pleasant Street.
LAKE RED ROCK – A family camping at Ivans Campgrounds by Lake Red Rock had their weekend cut short after a fire decimated their RV camper. No one was injured.
MELCHER-DALLAS — Portions of downtown Melcher, including several buildings housing local businesses, were destroyed Tuesday night in a intense fire that was still smoldering Wednesday morning.
PLEASANTVILLE – Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds visited the Pleasantville area on Friday, June 30, to survey the extensive damage to homes and properties from a EF-I tornado that hit the area on Wednesday, June 28.
Connie Davis/The HeraldRepublican candidate for governor Ron Corbett visited the Herald offices last week to speak about his vision for the state if he is elected.
OSKALOOSA — Cedar Rapids Mayor Ron Corbett visited Mahaska County last week in his quest to spread the word on his candidacy for governor of Iowa, and he took time from his trip to visit the Oskaloosa Herald to talk about issues he feels are important for the state.
KNOXVILLE — The National Weather Service is issuing warnings to residents of Knoxville and Marion County, as well as surrounding communities of Otley and Pella. A powerful storm with potential for hail of medium to large size, tornadoes and high winds are predicted. A tornado watch is in eff…
KNOXVILLE — The members of the graduating class of 2017 of Knoxville High School walked into a packed gymnasium Sunday, May 28, as students one last time, and they walk out after the commencement as graduates to face their next chapter in life.
DES MOINES — An Arkansas man who was arrested in April 2016 on charges of traveling to Marion County to engage in sexual activities with a 12-year-old was sentenced to 30 years in prison by a federal judge.
West Ridge Nursing Home held a Veteran’s Recognition Program for the veterans residing at their facility. The program is called the Quilts of Valor.
KNOXVILLE — Despite complaints about efforts to rezone property and build a four-story apartment complex from nearby residents, the Knoxville City Council approved allowing developers to move forward with a planned apartment complex during their May 15 meeting.
- Knoxville graduate accepted into osteopathic medicine program
- New ruling: No new trial for Jason Carter
- Pella author publishes book
- Hurts Donut Whambulance visits Knoxville Hospital
- Melcher-Dallas firefighter honored on Memorial Wall
- University of Iowa announces spring 2019 Dean's List
- Land of Lakes Choirboys to perform in Knoxville
- New reporter joins J-E
- Presidential candidate visits Knoxville
- Flag Day program held at Marion County Bandstand
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