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All the Louisa County Public Health Service (LCPHS) staff employed by the Louisa County Board of Health (BOH) should receive salary increases included in the... [Read More]
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Apparently, there are at least two people in Columbus Junction willing to fill a current opening on the city council, Mayor Mark Huston reported during... [Read More]
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The Louisa County Compensation Board approved Fiscal Year 2019 salary increase recommendations ranging from 2.4 percent to 4 percent during its annual meeting Thursday. [Read More]
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The small requests for water refunds keep coming to the Wapello City Council, which may drive the council to reconsider its current policy to routinely... [Read More]
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Two actions were out of character for retiring Columbus Junction Mayor Dan Wilson as he opened his last city council meeting Wednesday. [Read More]
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A request for a third full-time officer and another vehicle by the Wapello Police Department stirred some debate this week, as the mayor shared citizen... [Read More]
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Wapello City Council unanimously agreed Thursday to approve the first reading of an ordinance amendment that will open all city streets to all-terrain vehicles (ATVs). [Read More]
A former Henry County deputy sheriff is the new Wapello police chief. [Read More]
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The Wapello School Board approved a $140,163 request for Modified Allowable Growth and Supplemental Aid to the State Budget Review Committee at its re-organizational meeting... [Read More]
There could be an increased number of all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) on city streets if a proposal that was tabled Thursday is eventually enacted. Officials tabled... [Read More]
After incumbents Sandy Martin, Wayne Finke and Joy Lekwa chose not to seek re-election this year, last week's school election promised to provide a wholesale... [Read More]
The Fiscal Year 2017 City Street Financial Report for Columbus Junction was approved by the city council Wednesday. [Read More]
Members of the Louisa County Board of Health learned Wednesday it will likely need to speed up the search to find a replacement for Medical... [Read More]
There have been no significant service disruptions for local veterans as the Louisa County Veterans Affairs (VA) Office continues toward a transition in directors, VA... [Read More]
A multi-year University of Iowa study proved the Columbus School District does not have an excessive level of dangerous chemicals in its buildings. [Read More]
A Fairfield engineering firm presented the Louisa County Board of Supervisors a proposed agreement on Tuesday for monitoring and inspecting a planned 4-inch natural gas... [Read More]
A Lake Odessa cabin owner was granted a variance Wednesday by the Louisa County Board of Health (BOH) to install a holding tank wastewater system... [Read More]
A Wapello couple renewed their pleas to the city council Thursday for help in reducing the level of noise at Wapello High School football games... [Read More]
After debating the issue and putting a final vote off for nearly two months, the Wapello School Board agreed during a short special meeting Wednesday... [Read More]
Despite a June 19 supervisory order from Iowa Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Cady, Louisa County is not likely to alter its policy about carrying... [Read More]
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