LOCAL NEWS

Bicyclist dies in Newton accident

A bicyclist from Newton died after his bicycle was struck by a car Thursday night (9/23) in Newton.  The Iowa State Patrol says 58-year-old Mark Wayne Adkins was riding his bike down the middle of…
0

Chief Justice Christensen speaks in Oskaloosa

The Iowa Supreme Court was in Oskaloosa Thursday(9/23).  The Court heard oral arguments of an appeal of a case at George Daily Auditorium.  Earlier in the day, Chief Justice Susan Christensen spoke to a group…
0

Iowa Supreme Court comes to Oskaloosa

The Iowa Supreme Court will be in Oskaloosa Thursday (9/23).  The Court will hear oral arguments in an appeal of a case Thursday night at 7 at George Daily Auditorium.  The public is invited to…
0

New Swim Spa Company Readies for Ottumwa Opening

MAAX Spas®, a leading hot tub and swim spa manufacturer based in Chandler, Arizona will begin operations by year-end at the former Universal Rundle facility located at 2908 N. Court,” announced Sharon Stroh, VP of…
0

Iowa Farm Co-op Hit by Ransomware Attack

A ransomware attack by the BlackMatter gang forced New Cooperative, an association of Iowa corn and soy farmers, to take their systems offline but it said it created workarounds to receive grain and distribute feed,…
0

Oskaloosa City Council meets

The Oskaloosa City Council meets Monday night (9/20) with a short agenda.  The Council will consider an agreement for MK Golf Shops to run and maintain Edmundson Golf Course.  The Council will also hold a…
0

Iowa's Congressional districts would change under redistricting

Iowa’s four congressional districts would include two that lean heavily toward Republicans, one that favors Democrats and one that both parties would have a chance at winning under proposed redistricting maps from a nonpartisan agency.…
0

Iowa may receive 695 Afghan refugees for resettlement

Iowa is expected to receive 695 Afghan evacuees from the first group of arrivals to be resettled in the United States. The Biden administration on Wednesday began notifying governors and state refugee coordinators across the country about…
0

Iowans given chance to weigh in on proposed carbon pipeline

BY RADIO IOWA CONTRIBUTOR Public meetings are underway this week in several Iowa cities, the first steps an Iowa-based company must follow as it seeks a state permit to build an underground pipeline for carbon through…
0

Judge's temporary order allows Iowa schools to mandate masks

A federal judge on Monday (9/13) ordered the state of Iowa to immediately halt enforcement of a law that prevents school boards from ordering masks to be worn to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.…
0

NEWSLETTER

Stay updated, sign up for our newsletter.