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06/23/2018 - 2:40pm
  DES MOINES – A destructive pest of ash trees has now been confirmed in Buchanan, Hamilton, Hardin and Pottawattamie counties. The Emerald ash borer (EAB), an exotic pest from Asia, was first found in Iowa in 2010 and has now been detected in 61 Iowa counties, including for the first time, in Howard County. A tree in Eldora was found infested.  Although there is a treatment for...
06/21/2018 - 9:15am
    This is not a case of framing the picture poorly. The point of interest really is that large swath of green in the foreground. A super soft and spongy landing for little kids at the Eldora Children’s center. The new playground comes courtesy of the Hardin County Endowment Foundation. It was made possible with the $5,000 grant...
06/21/2018 - 9:13am
  HARDIN COUNTY – A run across Iowa is no walk in the park and even for some very experienced and seasoned distance athletes from Hardin County, it proved a learning experience.  If you follow competition runs, if you’ve watched for local names in events like bicycling’s RAGBRAI, you likely recognize most of the ten...
06/20/2018 - 10:02am
    ELDORA – The Eldora city council turned aside Mayor Dave Dunn’s call that they rethink their decision to hire a Gladbrook man as the next EMS ambulance service director. Dunn cited a rash of  resignations from the service in recent weeks and said the city needed to slow down and make a temporary director appointment...
06/19/2018 - 2:07pm
  The Eldora city council meets tonight (Tuesday June 19) to act on the hiring of Ryan Sutcliffe to head up the city EMS ambulance service. The short notice meeting comes after word came out of city hall this morning that Mayor Dave Dunn had vetoed the council’s decision to hire Ryan Sutcliffe several days ago. Dunn had reportedly...
06/18/2018 - 6:34am
It’s has become a rite of passage for fifth graders here in Hardin County. An intro to business starting in their own classroom and then off for a day in Iowa Falls to see the real thing in action. This summer, 274 Hardin County fifth grade students from 6 school districts and 13 classrooms learned the fundamental principles of...
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