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Government

Meet Grundy County’s new auditor, Reinbeck native Alan Tscherter

GRUNDY CENTER – It’s been more than a dozen years since Grundy County has welcomed a new auditor, but this past January the baton was passed to Reinbeck native Alan Tscherter. Early last fall, now retired Grundy County Auditor Rhonda Deters, a Republican, made her intentions to step down ...

Public library directors express serious concern with recent legislation

Iowa legislators have placed a focus on public libraries recently. House Study Bill 678 (HSB678) was introduced last Wednesday, and the Local Government subcommittee recommended passage the following day. The bill pertains to the hiring of library directors and utilizing funds for policies. It ...

Stahl honored for 25 years of service

GRUNDY CENTER – Grundy County Dispatcher Nathan Stahl, left, was recently honored for 25 years of service to Grundy County. Grundy County Sheriff Kirk Doleslager presented Stahl with his service award.

Names changin’

TOLEDO – Last Monday's Tama County Board of Supervisors started like usual, with a report from the engineer. They've finished mixing some more sand and salt and will work on shaping up roads. The K Avenue bridge deck has been poured. An easement for a right of way on E Avenue was approved. ...

The quick agenda

TOLEDO – Last Monday's Tama County Board of Supervisors meeting was a quick one, as there was only one item on the agenda. As usual, the meeting started with the county engineer giving his report. He stated that over the weekend, they got more snow pushed back and are working quickly during ...

2024 Habitat Workshop to focus on chronic wasting disease and wetlands

MORRISON — Landowners and interested members of the public are invited for a one-day workshop on Wednesday, February 21, at the Grundy County Museum, 204 Fourth Street, Morrison. From 11 a.m. to noon, Justin Clark from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources will present on Chronic Wasting ...