(Shenandoah) -- Two public hearings top Tuesday night's Shenandoah City Council meeting.
(Des Moines) -- Iowa's governor has joined with the governors of Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri in asking federal officials to fight flooding along the Missouri River on a regional basis.
(Des Moines) -- At least one KMAland lawmaker is hailing an agreement reached between the governors of four Midwestern states on flood recovery efforts, and future flood control programs.
The Harrison County Office of the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach has appointed a new youth coordinator, according to County Director Carter Oliver.
(Shenandoah) – Despite recent controversies—including the firing of its head administrator—at least one KMAland lawmaker believes the Glenwood Resource Center will stay open.
(Creston) -- Clarinda High School’s Cardinal Theatre speech team members participated in the Iowa High School Speech Association District Large Group Speech Contest held at Creston High School on Saturday, January 25.
(KMAland) -- From farming to other businesses where the payroll may span 50 or 60 years, a human relations expert says age differences can become barriers without some focused effort.
(Shenandoah) – With Mike Peterson still celebrating the Kansas City Chiefs’ victory in the AFC Championship, it’s time to bring in our guest blogger—that strange visitor from the east!
(KMAland) -- Dr. Ted Goudge, a Shenandoah native and Associate Professor of Geography at Northwest Missouri State University, has released his latest sport geography map.
(Bussey) -- An author who lives in the tiny southern Iowa town of Bussey is offering a tribute to his home state and this region of the country with his new book called “Deep Midwest.”