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LEE COUNTY - The shift in the national Democratic nomination process may have left Iowa out in February cold, but local Democrat officials say it may be good for the party....

MT PLEASANT – A Mt. Pleasant law enforcement officer shot and wounded a suspect in a domestic disturbance call Saturday in Mt. Pleasant. At approximately 10:04 p.m., officers with the Mt …

FORT MADISON - The Elliott Test Kitchen and Fort Madison YMCA has announced a merger that will take effect with the first school day in January 2023. According to a release issued Monday morning, …

LEE COUNTY - Lee County and Alliant Energy have entered into a joint agreement that outlines the responsibilities of each regarding a 2023 solar field project near Wever. The project is planned to be the largest single sola …

FORT MADISON - Two candidates familiar to Fort Madison City council  have submitted their name to fill an spot opening on the council Jan. 1 City officials are accepting applications for the …

DES MOINES – Today Governor Kim Reynolds announced the newly created Iowa Entry-Level Driver Training Program to provide more opportunities for interested truck drivers to obtain their …

LEE COUNTY - Construction work on a $5.4 million broadband expansion in Lee County could get underway next spring. Tim Fencl, President of Danville Mutual Telephone Co., told the Southeast Iowa …

HANCOCK COUNTY - Sheriff Travis Duffy reports that on Thursday December 1, 2022 at approximately 7:39 AM the Hancock County 911 Center received a report of a motor vehicle crash on County Road 1600 …

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has begun the process to return the Fort Madison, Iowa blade facility to production, with the Hutchinson, Kansas nacelle facility to follow later. The passing of the …

FORT MADISON – The Board of Commissioners of the Fort Madison Housing Authority is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Executive Director. Michael Dear will begin his new role on …

DONNELLSON - Earlier this month, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds turned down about $30 million in federal child care funds in a time when child care remains a top priority for state legislators. But a …

MONTROSE - Hammering, welding, imaging and even the best paper airplane were part of a final phase of experiences for area eighth and ninth graders Tuesday morning. At the Lee County Career Advantage Center, about a 130 students

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