Fate Of Former Oak Haven Facility Remains Uncertain
The future of the county-owned building that formerly housed the Oak Haven Care Facility and more recently was leased by the Pride Group was again a topic of discussion at Tuesday's Dickinson county board of supervisors meeting.
Speeding Motorcyclist Arrested Following Short Pursuit
The Dickinson County Sheriff's Office has released details into an incident back on May 14th in which a motorcycle was observed by a deputy traveling at a high rate of speed on County Road N-14 south of Highway 9.
Severe Thunderstorm Damages New Beef Tech. Facility At ILCC Farm Lab
High wind associated with severe thunderstorms caused extensive damage Wednesday to a portion of the newly constructed Beef Technology facility at Iowa Lakes Community College’s farm laboratory west of Emmetsburg.
Collapsing Thunderstorm Blasts Region With Winds Up To 80 MPH In Some Places
A thunderstorm that literally collapsed on top of the area brought a downburst along with it, producing winds that in some cases gusted to nearly 80 mph between about 4:15 and 5:00 am this (Tues.) morning.
Former Spencer Pastor & Director Of Spencer Dream Center Sentenced On Sexual Exploitation Charges
A former Spencer pastor who also previously served as Director of the Spencer Dream Center pleaded guilty today (Mon.) to two Class D felony counts and one aggravated misdemeanor count of sexual exploitation by a counselor or therapist.
NW Iowa Woman Sentenced For Mail Fraud & Filing A False Tax Return
A northwest Iowa woman has been sentenced to more than four years in federal prison for a scheme to defraud and obtain money through the U.S. Mail under false pretenses and filing a fraudulent tax return.
Arnolds Park City Council Approves Two Permits For Fireworks Stands
It was just Tuesday Governor Terry Branstad signed a bill into law legalizing the sale of bottle rockets, roman candles and most other consumer fireworks. Already two vendors have announced plans to open fireworks stands in the Iowa Great Lakes.
Governor Orders Flags Flown At Half Staff On Monday To Honor Deputy Mark Burbridge
Governor Terry Branstad has ordered all flags in Iowa be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Monday (May 8th) to honor Pottawattamie County Sheriff's Deputy Mark Burbridge, who was killed in the line of duty on Monday of this week.
Two Crashes Within 24 Hours Of Each Other At The Same Intersection Send Multiple People To The Hospital
The Minnesota State Patrol investigated two crashes over the weekend in Heron Lake that sent multiple people to the hospital. They occurred within 24 hours of each other at the intersection of 10th Street and Highway 60.