Cloudy early with peeks of sunshine expected late. High near 40F. Winds W at 10 to 20 mph.
Cloudy skies early followed by a mixture of light rain and snow overnight. Low near 30F. Winds SE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of precip 90%. Snow accumulations less than one inch.
Cloudy with snow showers mainly during the morning. High 34F. Winds N at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of snow 40%.
Area residents woke Nov. 9 to about an inch of snow on lawns and cars. Streets and sidewalks were still warm enough that the snow did not stick there. Emily Miller, above, was one of the residents out brushing snow from cars parked outside overnight. She was nice and brushed the snow off of …
Steve Anderson plans to open 2019 by taking the entire month of January off. Then, the former executive director of the Washington County Conservation Board (WCCB) “will see what to do” for the rest of the year and beyond.
Addy Gettelman helps her mom, Becky, cast her ballot at the Kalona Public Library Tuesday morning. Becky explained the process of voting to her two children as she marked her ballot and put it in the ballot box. Election results were not ready at press time. For full results, go to KalonaNews.com.
A group of Lone Tree High School students rake leaves at Dougherty Park in Lone Tree on Friday, Oct. 26. High school students worked on a variety of projects on Friday as part of the school’s Community Service Day.
The recent completion of the 140-foot pedestrian bridge spanning the Lake Darling State Park silt dam was marked by a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony on Sunday, Oct. 28.
Perhaps the biggest issue in this year’s gubernatorial campaign is Medicaid privatization and the issues it has created since former Gov. Terry Branstad rolled out the plan two years ago.
For Washington County Emergency Management Coordinator Marissa Reisen, the full scale drill Oct. 13 was close as to facing terrorist attack as a simulation could get.
In a 4-1 vote (Chairman Abe Miller opposed) Tuesday, the Washington County supervisors approved the Urban Renewal Communication Facility Loan agreement and a bond issue not to exceed $3.5 million to finance it.
Lone Tree music teacher Brooke Smith brought two of her students to the Lone Tree school board meeting Oct. 10 to perform. Jacob Bell plays the piano while Rylie Viers waits for her turn at the keyboard.
In a political environment filled with acrimony and vitriolic rhetoric, candidates for Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District debated the issues Monday in civil tones and even found common ground.
Some 4-H County Council members gathered to organize and prepare for deliveries of the Blue Ribbon Cookies to community partners of 4-H. County Council members Taylor Brinning, Phelan Hostetler, Leah Evans, Frankie Johnson and Bailey Sieren organized the cookie platers.