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Hearing for dog kennel owner charge with animal neglect moved to next week
A court hearing Wednesday was postponed to Tuesday for a Hancock man charged with 40 counts of animal neglect after authorities searched his hunting dog training and breeding company in May, finding a number of abused, dead and missing dogs.
Nov. 16 Face of the Day: Shannon Stafford
Shannon Staffordis the president of the Southwest Iowa Down Syndrome Parent Group. Each October, this dedicated group of parents organizes the Buddy Walk, in conjunction with Down Syndrome Awareness Month. The one-mile walk, which raises awareness and promotes advocacy for all people with Down syndr
Audubon County Sheriff’s Report
The Sheriff’s Office also arrested 34-year-old Heath Austin Kroll, of Mapleton, on November 10thfor OWI 2ndOffense, Open Container, Driving While Suspended, and Child Endangerment. The arrest stems from a traffic stop at the intersection of Mantz Street and East Division Street in Audubon. He was he
Police: Woman stole 1,800+ pain pills from assisted living clients
“Mandi had called the pharmacy and insisted several refills should be delivered that day no later than 2 p.m. on April 29, 2017 because she was leaving at 2:30 p.m.” the report reads. “She insisted she be the one to sign,” for the medications.
Road To Be Closed Saturday To Move Crane
AUDUBON COUNTY - A very large crane, used for wind turbine construction in the area, will be on the move in Audubon County on Saturday morning between about 8 a.m. and noon.
Shelby County Historical Museum Christmas Program
The holiday season is here, and the Shelby County Historical Museum is commencing the festivities with their annual Christmas Program. The Christmas Program is a time-honored tradition, featuring a sing-a-long, refreshments, the candy cane legend, and more! All are encouraged to come and share in th
Bluffs man accused of burglary, theft after neighbor saw suspect wearing his stolen sweater
A Council Bluffs man appeared in court Thursday on charges of criminal mischief, theft and burglary after he was arrested Nov. 7 on allegations that he broke into his neighbor’s home, stole a TV and clothes, took cheese out of the fridge and was seen by the neighbor the next day — wearing the sweate
Superintendent Search at Audubon Schools Continues
The Audubon Community School District is accepting applications for a new superintendent through today, after current Superintendent Brett Gibbs accepted an early retirement offer. On Monday, during the regular School Board Meeting, the board will talk about an early retirement offer for teachers, a
Julefest: You’ll Love It
Events start Friday - the Museum of Danish America will be open with free admission Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday noon to 5 p.m. The Museum Shop will have unique merchandise, the Lego play area will be open to kids of all ages and complimentary refreshments will be s
Mapleton Man Arrested In Audubon County For Drinking And Driving And Child Endangerment
A Mapleton man was arrested after a traffic stop in Audubon County last weekend. The Audubon County Sheriff’s Office reports that 34-year-old Heath Austin Kroll was stopped at the intersection of Mantz and East Division Streets in Audubon Saturday at approximately 10:36 p.m. He was charged with oper
Fire destroys rural Harrison County automotive repair business
A Thursday morning fire destroyed a rural Missouri Valley business. Fire departments from Logan, Missouri Valley, and Woodbine responded to the fire at Springhower Repair, 2913 Ottawa Lane, in rural Missouri Valley, shortly after 8 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, to battle a blaze that consumed the business.
Title game hits home for fun-loving AHSTW
“They want to have a good time, and maybe they joke a little too much,’’ coach Davis Pattee said.
Carroll PD Seeking Information About Suspect Involved In Hit-And-Run Accident
The Carroll Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the driver of a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run accident Thursday morning. At approximately 12:02 a.m., a 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix, driven by 20-year-old Janys Behrendt, was northbound on Clark Street, when sh
Police respond to armed subject call in Council Bluffs
Police are responding to a call of an armed subject in a house near Fifth Avenue and 15th Street in Council Bluffs.It wasn't immediately clear if other people are also in the house.- This story is developing.Tweets by MikeBellDNP
Attempted murder suspect threw knives at girlfriend, chased her with dead dog, police say
Police said Joey Stalbosky, 41, allegedly threatened to kill his girlfriend’s child — whom he referred to using a racial slur — and threw knives at the woman before chasing her down the street with his dead dog in hand.
Nov. 15 Face of the Day: Tori Christie
Over the last decade, SWIEF has seen a considerable increase in individuals, families and organizations who want to establish a scholarship. SWIEF has a long tradition of collaborating with the Pottawattamie County Community Foundation.
Man dies in Bellevue construction accident - Nebraska Radio Network
A man working in Bellevue has died after a construction site accident this morning. Sarpy County Sheriff’s Lt. Dennis Svoboda says they have identified the man as 60 year old Jerome Charvat.Lt. Svoboda says, “It appears as though he fell from an elevated position. he was working from a platform tha
Hancock kennel owner facing 40 charges of neglect in court Wednesday; possible plea deal being discussed
A Hancock man charged with 40 counts of animal neglect after authorities searched his hunting dog training and breeding company in May, finding a number of abused, dead and missing dogs, is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday.
School Board Approves Early Retirement Plan
After weeks of discussing the idea and in the face of a potential loss of as much as $400,000 by 2021 due to declining enrollment, the board unanimously approved the incentive that will go into effect on January 3.Teachers who hope to participate in the program must have their applications in by tha
New store called 'It's $5' set to open at Mall of the Bluffs this weekend
"We buy it completely in bulk," said Ryan Wager, a Council Bluffs native who left the area for a while and is now back home to open the new store. "JCPenny's location was available, it's perfect, and we're just kinda putting it all together, building it up and ready to open on Saturday."