The Red Oak City Council heard an update from the Southwest Iowa Planning Council on its rental inspection program.
Montgomery County’s auditor, recorder, and treasurer, swore in their respective deputies at the regular Montgomery County Board of Supervisors.
The number of traffic fatalities in the state of Iowa decreased in 2022, according to the Iowa Department of Transportation (IDOT).
The Red Oak Police Department is closing the books on an active 2022 as it gears up for continued public safety duties in 2023.
Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship Lifts Order Cancelling Live Bird Exhibitions Due to Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza
The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship today announced that the November 10 order cancelling all live bird exhibitions at fairs and other gatherings of birds due to highly pathogen
Corn for grain production in Iowa for 2022 was estimated at 2.48 billion bushels, according to the USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service – Crop Production 2022 Summary.
In 2022, members of the Montgomery County Development Corporation (MCDC) continued to make strides to better the county.
Southwest Iowa Nature Trails Project, Inc., received a $10,000 grant recently from the Iowa Tourism Office. Additionally, Golden Hills RC&D received $6,400 for the annual Southwest Iowa Art To
Red Oak Rehab and Care Center recently held a discussion with State Rep. Tom Moore and State Sen. Tom Shipley on the current issues facing nursing homes in Iowa.