Meeting Planned To Discuss Restoration Of Little Swan Lake
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Ducks Unlimited and the Dickinson County Cleanwater Alliance will hold a public meeting next week to talk about proposed improvements for Little Swan Lake, north of Superior.
Some Iowa landowners are taking a different legal approach against a proposed oil pipeline, arguing in a lawsuit that a state board has no authority to grant access to private property for the project.
City Of Spencer Issues Reminder For Peddlers And Solicitors Looking To Come To Town During Clay County Fair
The city of Spencer has a reminder for those looking to use the Clay County Fair as an opportunity to do some door-to-door soliciting or those looking to sell merchandise on the side of streets or other public property.
Owner Of Several NW Iowa Nursing Homes Agrees To Reimburse Medicaid For Alleged Overpayments
A company that owns several northwest Iowa nursing homes has agreed to repay $415,000 to Medicaid to resolve civil allegations that it submitted inaccurate cost reports for the 2008 and 2010 fiscal years.
Governor Terry Branstad Pushing EPA To Reinstate Original Renewable Fuels Standard
A reduction by the Federal Environmental Protection Agency in the renewable fuels standard is being cited by many as a contributing factor in the decline of corn prices, which in turn is translating to a slump in the farm economy.