The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is looking for help with its annual wild turkey production survey.
Everyone is scared. Things are volatile and uncertainty on what to do and where to turn, is running rampant.
The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors has accepted a bid from Nishna Productions to continue cleaning at the Montgomery County Courthouse.
Red Oak’s Cece Lock was honored as part of Preservation Iowa’s annual Preservation At Its Best Awards.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds has signed into law a bill that will revamp the state’s can and bottle deposit law.
The affordable housing project at the former Red Oak Middle School building is facing construction delays.
As the price of a gallon of gas skyrockets, millions of Americans are turning everywhere they can to save money at the pump.
“I think we need a new vision for Iowa agriculture that builds on the tremendous productivity of the system we have,” said Polk County Soil and Water Commissioner John Norwood, who is running for I
Area resident Jan Norris is once again speaking out against efforts she believes are being taken to influence the carbon pipeline project in Montgomery County.
A Red Oak man who served in Vietnam from September 1967 to September 1968 has written a memoir about his war experiences called “Tour 365: A Viet Nam Memoir.”