About the coronavirus
The city of Indianola will talk Monday, June 1, about how to move ahead on its reopening plans, even after Governor Kim Reynolds gave the green light to more businesses to open up June 1.
The Warren County Board of Supervisors could return to in-person meetings by the end of June, said board chair Aaron DeKock, during a Zoom meeting of the board last week.
The Warren County Fairgrounds would’ve been a busy place in late June. Now there won’t be any country crooners, the tractors might roll in later, and racers are waiting for a checkered flag.
Indianola High School would have held its scholarship awards night Thursday. While COVID-19 cancelled the event, along with Wednesday's school academic honors, the awards were still made. Here is a list of scholarships awarded to Indianola seniors.
U.S. Representative Cindy Axne joined a virtual meeting Thursday with more than 20 restaurant owners and journalists from the 16 Iowa counties she represents.
Indianola baseball and softball will take the field this summer, but things will look very different, said Lee Nelson, Indianola activities director.
The application deadline for the Small Business Recovery Grant program has been extended to 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, May 31.
The Warren County Auditor's Office has received more than 2,500 absentee ballots back as of last week, according to the auditor's office.