Daily Archives: July 17, 2014

Public Meetings planned for Floyd Co Residents

RUDD/MARBLE ROCK, IA -Floyd County is updating their Multi-Jurisdictional Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan and is hosting public meetings to discuss the update with the communities. This plan helps us by establishing a foundation for a community’s long-term strategy to reduce disaster losses and break the cycle of disaster damage, reconstruction, and repeated damage. We benefit from

Black Bear With Cubs on a Wood Pile

Bear Sighting Reported In Clayton County; Tracks Confirmed

Wadena, IA – The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has confirmed tracks and scat left near Clayton County beehives came from a black bear. A DNR wildlife depredation biologist responded to a report from a beekeeper south of Wadena, near the Clayton-Fayette county line, who had found his beehives torn up. The DNR found bear


Find the Iowa Corn Farmer along the RAGBRAI Route

Johnston, IA – Iowa is one of the top-producing corn states in the nation, growing more corn than many countries. This year, the theme for RAGBRAI (The Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa) features an ear of corn for the more than 10,000 bicyclists who will be riding across the state next week. To

Animal barn with people

Fair Kicks off with Traditional Events

CHARLES CITY, IA – The Floyd County Fair Kicked off in Charles City yesterday with a full slate of events. Though there are events for all ages everyone can generally agree that many things are all about kids and animals. Two FFA Members at the fair again this year are Amy Fullerton of the Rockford

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