Two iconic landmarks in downtown Perry are now linked, after Hotel Pattee Owner Tom Maxwell announced he had worked out an agreement to buy La Poste.
Now that 2019 has officially begun, the City of Perry is looking forward to a busy and productive year.
Most of the counties in the Raccoon River Valley area continue to see a decrease in unemployment in Iowa. According to Iowa Workforce Development, Dallas County dropped to 1.2-percent unemployment in November, which was a 0.1-percent decrease from ...Read more
The Guthrie County Board of Supervisors met for the first time in 2019 Wednesday. The meeting began with the Board appointing Jack Lloyd as supervisor chair and Mike Dickson as vice chair. The Board then approved several County appointments as ...Read more
The Dallas County Board of Supervisors convened Wednesday morning for their first regular session of 2019, which was moved from its normal day due to the New Year’s holiday on Tuesday.
The Greene County Board of Supervisors met Wednesday for the 2019 organizational meeting. The meeting began with Magistrate Judge David Morain swearing in all elected officials from the November 2018 midterm elections, including: Supervisors Dawn ...Read more
Photo courtesy of Stuart Fire Department New information has been released regarding a single-vehicle wreck that occurred near Menlo on December 29th. According to the Guthrie County Sheriff’s Office, 49-year-old Matthew Don Farber of Panora ...Read more
The next Storytime unit at the Perry Public Library is coming soon, and this month has a western motif.
A new program is putting a focus on positive male role models for young students in Greene County. The Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students) takes adult male volunteers and puts them into Greene County Elementary School for a day as a way to ...Read more
Kids and adults will have the opportunity to make some music while enjoying the outdoors in Panora. With the help of a generous donation from Jim and Joyce McLuen, the Panora Library Board is installing a “music park” on the south side of the ...Read more