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Celebrate EMS Week

 

To the editor,

 

A thank you from Discovery House

I want to take this opportunity to thank each and every person who contributed to the Good Neighbor Fund. We were able to use this very generous donation to gather the items needed to expand our abilities to serve individuals. Originally, Discovery House was able to house up to 10 individuals in the main house and Daniel House was intended to be a transitional home for up to up to seven people.

Lakes Area Hockey appreciates community support

The Lakes Area Hockey Association would like to extend a sincere thank you to the Good Neighbor Fund and those people in the community that support it for their donation. LAHA is committed to providing ice-related recreational and competitive activities for the community to enjoy through participation and spectating. This would not be possible without contributions such as this one.

Letter to the Editor,

 

The Conservation Foundation of Dickinson County would like to thank the Good Neighbor Fund for their grant to support programs and services relating to conservation in Dickinson County. A hearty thank you to all that donated to the Good Neighbor Fund. Your contributions will help fund conservation programs at the Dickinson County Nature Center.

Thank you again,

Michael McFarlin
Treasurer

Already, but not yet

 

Pastor Perry Aalgaard - First Lutheran Church, Milford Iowa

Governor signs long-sought law on public record fees

By Randy Evans - Executive Director - Iowa Freedom of Information Council

Gov. Kim Reynolds signed into law Monday a bill that has been on the Iowa Newspaper Association’s “wish list” since 2018.

SF 2322 makes important changes in Iowa’s public records law that relate to the fees state and local government officials can charge for copies of their records.

Leadership breakdown

By Brad Hicks - Publisher

 

Work continues during short week at Capitol

By Dave Rowley - State Senator

 

This was a very short week in Des Moines. We had debate on Monday on several bills, then gaveled out of session for the day. No debate was scheduled for the rest of this week. As legislators, we return to our citizen jobs until called to return to the Capitol. For the time being, a quick recap for my readers. The following bills were brought to the floor and passed:

Constitutional crisis in the courts

By John Wills - Speaker Pro Tem

 

Q&A: Student loan debt

 

Putin’s war threatens global food security

 

Broad strokes miss important details

By Seth Boyes - News Editor

 

Our community — as well as those beyond it, I suppose — were offered a query the other week, which one of our state legislators feels is capable of clearly separating education from indoctrination in Iowa schools.

Brothers' keepers

 

By Brad Hicks - Publisher

Q&A: May is National Beef Month

By Chuck Grassley - U.S. Senator
 
Q: What’s your beef with the meatpacking industry in America?
 

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