Kim Scorza, CEO/President of Seasons Center, says the funds will go toward the purchase of a 15-passenger van to support mobile behavioral health clinics that will serve counties within their service area.
Service Of Remembrance To Be Held Virtually This Year
Susan Zulk, Vice President of Marketing and Fund Development at Spencer Hospital, says the annual event is a special time to celebrate the lives of loved ones we have lost over the past year and honor their memories
Another Area School Transitioning To Online Learning; Staffing Issues Cited As Part Of The Reason
The Martin County West School District announced Tuesday that due to the impact of COVID-19 on the Junior/Senior High School community and their ability to maintain appropriate levels of staff, they will be moving all students in grades 7-12 to full Distance Learning beginning Monday, November 30th through December 11th.
Dickinson Co. Supervisors Hear Call From Public Health Officials For Universal Mask Mandate
Dr. Zac Borus of Dickinson County Public Health told the supervisors additional mitigation measures are becoming more and more crucial as the pandemic starts to make more of toll on healthcare workers and facilities
Spencer Bank Undergoing Major Facelift & Expansion
Mike Bryan, President and CEO of Farmers Trust and Savings Bank, says the 2nd phase of the project included the construction of a new drive up facility along with a secure walk-in area next to the drive up.
The Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn School Board this (Mon.) evening adopted an update to the district's return to learn plan, which will now include a mandate that masks be worn when social distancing isn't possible.
Governor's New Order Has Bedell Family YMCA & Milford HLPC Suspending Some Programs
New restrictions announced Monday evening by Governor Kim Reynolds in response to the worsening pandemic is resulting in the suspension of a number of programs offered by the Bedell Family YMCA and the Healthy Living Program Center it operates in Milford.
Concerned Iowa Hospitals Are Nearing Their Breaking Point, Gov. Reynolds Issues Additional Mandates
The Governor's new order prohibits indoor gatherings of 15 or more people. It includes social, community, business and leisure gatherings. Outdoor gatherings of more than 30 people are also prohibited.
COVID May Have Impacts On Plowing Operations In Spirit Lake
Speaking during this (Tues.) evening's Spirit Lake City Council meeting, councilman Jerry Harbst said he wanted to make sure residents are aware of the impacts the virus is currently having on the city's Street Department
State Of Iowa Reporting Another Record High Of New Confirmed Cases & Hospitalizations Of COVID
The Iowa Department of Public Health today (Fri.) is reporting 3,533 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 for the previous 24 hour period ending at 10:00 am, along with 14 additional deaths related to the virus. The state's death toll now stands at 1,815.