SMU Holds News Conference To Address Concerns Over Discolored Water
Ongoing issues with discolored water since an upgrade of the city’s water treatment plant got underway has officials with Spencer Municipal assuring their customers the tap water is safe to bathe in and drink.
Slumping Sales Translates To Job Reductions At Polaris Industries
An unseasonably warm winter and weakening oil markets have combined for a poor fourth quarter for Polaris Industries, and company officials say it’s now triggering layoffs and job-reductions company wide.
Legal Questions In Des Moines Waterworks Lawsuit Against Three NW Iowa Counties Heads To Iowa Supreme Court
A Federal Judge say the Iowa Supreme Court should settle legal question about whether farmland drainage districts can be held liable for water pollution downstream before a lawsuit filed by a Des Moines Water Utility can proceed.
Local Lawmakers Weigh In On Governor's Condition Of The State Speech
Local lawmakers are offering their opinions on Governor Terry Branstad’s Condition of the State speech that was delivered before a joint session of the General Assembly this (Tues.) morning at the statehouse in Des Moines.
SLHS Music Students Participate In NW Iowa Bandmasters Association Honor Bands
On Saturday, January 9th, seven Spirit Lake High School Instrumental Music students traveled so Morningside College in Sioux City to rehearse and perform in one of the two Northwest Iowa Bandmasters Association Honor Bands for the 2015-16 School Year.
An investigation over the weekend by Lyon county authorities into a report of a vehicle in a ditch along a county road south of George resulted in the arrests of two people on alcohol and drug charges.
ILCC Officials Outline Proposed Improvements To Facilities
Officials with Iowa Lakes Community College are holding come-and-go events in the communities it serves, explaining the need for a $16 million dollar referendum that will go before the voters February 2nd.