October 11, 2017

Do Fireworks Lie Ahead for the Crossroads Pavilion?

Sheldon, Iowa – The Crossroads Pavilion Board met in regular session Wednesday, October 11th at 6:00 p.m. in the Sherwood Boardroom at the Crossroads Pavilion Event Center. Present were Brittany Behrendsen,

Hudson Woman Considering Plea Agreement

Orange City, Iowa — A Hudson, South Dakota woman facing felony theft by check charges related to alleged events in Sioux Center looks to be ready to plead guilty to

Baker Township School Ribbon Cutting Is Friday

Sheldon, Iowa — A lot of volunteer work on an old country school building in Sheldon is drawing to a close, and a ribbon cutting is being held to celebrate.

Migration Season Brings Bird Flu Concerns

Northwest Iowa — Northwest Iowa poultry producers are reminded to be vigilant for signs of avian influenza as wild bird populations are beginning their fall migrations and could bring perilous hazards

Wet Conditions Slow Harvest Progress

Northwest Iowa — The latest crop report released Tuesday by the USDA shows the recent wet weather hasn’t allowed many farmers in Iowa to get into their fields. Iowa State

Second West Nile Death Confirmed In Iowa

Statewide Iowa (Radio Iowa ) — The Iowa Department of Public Health is reporting a second death from the mosquito-borne West Nile virus.