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The Adair County Soil and Water Conservation District and the Adair County Extension Service will host an operators' meeting. Read more »


In keeping with his pledge to hold a meeting in each of Iowa's 99 counties at least once every year since his election to the United States Senate, Charles Grassley came to Stuart. Read more »


The Guthrie County Community Foundation is offering one more round of grants. Read more »


Contingent upon being approved for a state Community Attraction and Tourism (CAT) grant, the Guthrie County fair board will receive a $5,000 contribution from the City of Guthrie Center. Read more »


Fox Welding, a longtime business west of the Greenfield Square, is nearing completion of remodeling a building and establishing itself as an area Vermeer Manufactureing Co. dealer. Read more »


Syngenta announced today that it is launching capital improvements totaling over $25 million to significantly expand capacity at six of its Midwest corn and soybean seed supply centers. Read more »


Iowa State University (ISU) and ISU Extension will offer a program that explores the economics of liquid fuels produced by plant sources other than corn. Read more »


Iowa Central Community College has joined forces with others across the country to endorse a new initiative: 25 X '25. Read more »


The Orient City Council recently approved fuding for preliminary studies relating to the possibility of constructing a community center for the city. Read more »


The public is invited to attend the grand opening celebration for the regional Rural Development Resource Center at the YMCA in Greenfield, Tuesday, Feb. 27. Read more »


The Stuart Fire Department was recently awarded a grant of $43,045. Read more »


It was a day of a snowstorm and brainstorms last Saturday in Cooper, where the Raccoon River Valley Trail Association organized a trail-related business and tourism development seminar in the Cooper Community Building, located a block east of where the 56-mile-long hard-surfaced trail goes through the heart of town. Read more »


Seventeen people attended a meeting of the Churdan Quasquicentennial committee Sunday night, Feb. 18, at the city hall. Read more »


Editor's note: The Downtown Streetscape Committee has chosen to express answers in the weekly Bee to many questions that have been asked about the streetscape project. Read more »


Adair, Ringgold, Adams, Madison, and Taylor Counties have been awarded federal funds under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program. Read more »


The Greene County Helping Hands, which since 1994 has served the needy of Greene county through home repair projects, met for the last time Jan. 15. Read more »


Feb. 17 event in Cooper will be a "how-to" for new businesses & attractions along trails. Read more »


Yale city officials are both volunteering and helping to find volunteers for the city's quasquicentennial celebration on July 4. Read more »


Gina Lloyd's last day in the office was Wednesday. Read more »


At the Feb. 13 meeting of the Greenfield Municipal Utilities Board of Trustees, members approved the purchase of a parcel of land east of the old public library from owners Pat and Terri Rabbitt. Read more »

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