Window on Warren County
When the curtain rises on Midwinter’s Entertainment, student talent will be on display from all angles: on stage, as part of the crew, in the director’s chair and, in one case, even as a playwright.
Indianola’s streetscape project, designed to give the Indianola Square a new look, will be more than skin deep, said staffers from Bolton & Menk, which is constructing the project, during a presentation to the Indianola City Council last week.
Instead of putting the eight-member OPERA Iowa troupe in a van and a truck to drive across the state performing operas and teaching kids about the art, Des Moines Metro Opera will instead five singers on a stage and record the performance.
A new in-home bakery is bringing the likes of artisan bread and gourmet cake to Indianola — that is, if a certain “little raccoon” doesn’t scamper off with them first.
The Indianola and Norwalk boys basketball teams hung close through three quarters of basketball, but Norwalk outscored the Indians by five to take a 46-42 win in the cross county rivalry Saturday.
On Saturday, the Indianola mat men traveled to Kansas City to wrestle in a tournament of dual meets. Seven teams from Missouri competed in the event. Indianola was the lone squad from Iowa.
Senior Cameron Kincaid scored a career high to help the Simpson College women's basketball team cruise to a 79-56 victory at Coe on Saturday in the season opener.
Simpson College men's basketball held Dubuque to its lowest scoring output of the season on Saturday, but the effort was not enough as the Storm lost 84-65 to the Spartans.
The Simpson College wrestling team hit the mat for the first time this season on Saturday and split its matches at the Nebraska Wesleyan Triangular.
For the second time in under 24 hours, the Simpson College swimming and diving teams were in the pool, this time competing against Morningside and St. Ambrose on Saturday.
A legal battle over public access to a secret list of property owners maintained by Polk County is about to enter its fifth year, with county officials arguing that disclosure would only serve to satisfy “whatever morbid curiosity there is in the information.”
Iowa had the fifth-highest rate of positive coronavirus tests in the nation the past week, the Washington Post reported Tuesday.
Iowa school districts reported spending nearly $26 million on unexpected coronavirus-related expenses this last fiscal year, including new technology, personal protective equipment and additional cleaning supplies.
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