Pride Group To Shut Down Local Residential Treatment Facility In Former Oak Haven Building
The company that operates a residential treatment facility out of a building that formerly housed the Oak Haven Care Facility, which prior to that was known as the Dickinson County Home, have announced they'll be shutting down their local operation.
Ernst Office Hours Rescheduled For Emmet, Palo Alto & Pocahontas Counties
U.S. Senator Joni Ernst's office has announced some open office hour events in Emmet, Palo Alto and Pocahontas counties previously canceled due to inclement weather have been re-scheduled for this coming Tuesday, April 4th.
Area Businesses Interested In Participating This Summer In International Student Outreach Program Urged To Attend Informational Meeting
The Iowa Great Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce will be putting on an informational meeting Monday, April 10th, for area businesses interested in participating in the International Student Outreach Program, or ISOP, this coming summer.
Estherville Man Arrested On Drug And Child Endangerment Charges
What started off as an investigation into a disturbance at a residence in Estherville last Thursday wound up in police obtaining and executing a search warrant, which resulted in the arrest of a man on drug and other charges.
H-M-S Voters To Head To Polls A Third Time To Decide Fate Of Bond Issue For New Elementary School
Voters in the Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn school district head to the polls a third time Tuesday, April 4th to decide the fate of a $16.5 million measure to build a new elementary school that would be attached to the existing high school in Hartley.
Death Of Central Iowa Teen Brings Back Haunting Memories Of 2000 Death Of Spirit Lake Toddler
The death of a 16-year-old Iowa girl has led to finger-pointing at the Legislature and is an indication of how much has changed in the 17 years since the death of another child prompted a bipartisan inquiry.
One Area Lawmaker Doubts If Tax Reform Talks In Iowa Legislature Will Go Very Far This Session
Area lawmakers say discussions about possible tax reform have been underway at the statehouse in Des Moines, but those talks may be dampened somewhat by a recent report from the state's Revenue Estimating Conference which shows another sharp decline in the amount of money the state is taking in.
Republican Legislators Look To Dissolve Utility That's Suing Three NW Iowa Counties
The utility that provides drinking water to a half-million customers around Des Moines filed a lawsuit two years ago against three northwest Iowa counties, including Buena Vista, to stop farm runoff from polluting the city's water supply.