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Dike Man Drowns on Cedar River near Mount Vernon

06/18/2017 - A Dike man has drowned in the Cedar River near Mount Vernon. The Linn County Sheriff's Office has identified the man as 68 year old Je...  Read More


Thornton Woman Appears On Quiz Show About Elvis

6/17/2017 - A Thornton woman who appeared on a quiz show about Elvis Presley Friday finished third.

Chris Colman was in Memphis and appeared...  Read More


Joebgen is the 2017 River Days Queen

6/17/2017 - Friday night Greene crowned Miranda Joebgen their 2017 River Days Queen. Miranda, the daughter of Tim and Kay Joebgen was one of ten Gr...  Read More


Deadline Approaching For Names To Be Placed On Veterans Memorial In Allison

06/16/2017 - The Allison All Veterans Memorial Committee reports they have ordered the cement and the monument granite and provided the engraver wi...  Read More


County Level Tax Sales In Iowa Monday

06/16/2017 - County level tax sales will be held Monday (June 19th) across the State of Iowa. Owners of any parcels of land that are delinquent in...  Read More


New Grundy County Annex Building Nearing Completion

06/16/2017 - Work continues on the new Grundy County Annex building in Grundy Center.

The main items left to complete are the interior paint...  Read More


Latimer Council Approves Wage Increase For Part Time Workers

06/16/2017 - This week the Latimer City Council approved to raise the hourly wage for all part time help by $1 to $13.

In other business t...  Read More


NIACC President Receives A Three Year Contract Extension

06/16/2017 - Yesterday (Thu.) the NIACC Board of Directors approved a new three year contract for college president Dr. Steven Schulz. The contrac...  Read More


Aplington City Council hears swing damage update, reviews ordinances

6/16/2017 - Wednesday night the Aplington City Council heard an update from the Aplington Police Department regarding a swing that was recently dam...  Read More


Allison City Council Votes Against A Wage Increase For City Employees

06/15/2017 - This week the Allison City Council voted 3-2 against a two percent wage increase for full time and permanent part time employees. The...  Read More



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