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The Warren Amateur Radio Society has announced a FREE entry level amateur radio class to be conducted online beginning Aug. 8, 2020. This class is designed to prepare the student for the FCC amateur radio Technician license exam, which is the entry to the ham radio hobby.

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Snack smart this summer! This time of year, eating several small healthy snacks throughout the day is often more comfortable than having bigger meals. Choose nutritious snacks that give you energy as well as help you with focus and memory. Healthy snacking especially benefits these three gro…

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Every Iowan is eligible for FREE, confidential counseling, group activities, support groups and resources. Visit www.COVIDrecoveryiowa.org and complete a contact form and a counselor will get back to you.

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Every Iowan is eligible for FREE, confidential counseling, group activities, support groups and resources. Visit www.COVIDrecoveryiowa.org and complete a contact form and a counselor will get back to you.

Iowa law assumes that meetings and records are open. Iowans do not have to make a case to attend a governmental meeting or see a public record. Meetings must be open and records must be available for inspection unless the case for closure is specified in law. Click here for more information …

Warren County Supervisor Aaron DeKock will serve as chair of the three-member board of supervisors and Supervisor Doug Shull will be vice chair after an organizational meeting Jan. 2.

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Clay Rominger ( center with scissors ) is getting ready to cut the ribbon for the his business, On The Rocks, 100 N. Howard Street on the southeast corner of The Indianola Square The bar is co-owned by Clay and his parents Ric and Merrie Rominger ( pictured to the left of Clay ). The bar is …

The Warren County Board of Supervisors heard many complaints from Warren County residents about the condition of the roads during March and April, but on Tuesday, Supervisor Aaron DeKock said he has heard that things are looking better.

The Warren County Board of Supervisors agreed to get more information on borrowing up to $7 million to complete the long stalled secondary roads building south of Indianola, and to meet again in July to decide whether to hold a bond issue on repaying 26 miles of Warren County roads.

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