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Government

  • More Heated Words In P.J.

    PACIFIC JUNCTION - By a slim 3-2 margin, the Pacific Junction City Council passed a controversial resolution at last Monday’s regular meeting aimed at condemning derogatory remarks by elected city officials.

    Resolution 2010-17, dubbed “Resolution on Equality and Conduct,” was drafted following comments made by council member Rodney Bents at an Aug. 16 meeting that Mayor Jim Lovely and city attorney T.J. Patterman felt disparaged Mexicans.

    In a tape recorded discussion at the Aug. 16 meeting, Bents can be heard saying, “Well, then don’t be getting hit by a Mexican up in Omaha.”

  • Charges Filed in Cyclists Deaths

    The driver involved in an August crash on Interstate 29 that killed four motorcyclists returning from a rally in Sturgis, S.D., had a blood-alcohol level of 0.373, more than four times the legal limit in the state of Iowa.

  • County-wide Reappraisal

        The Mills County Assessor's Office is currently in the process of a county-wide reappraisal.
        When all is said and done, the assessor’s office, with the assistance of an outside contractor, will have reappraised more than 17,000 parcels in the county sometime next year.

  • Pool Sale On Hold

        Two matters confronting the Glenwood City Council were put on hold last week - the completion of sidewalk repair work on Town Square and the potential sale of property that once housed the city’s outdoor swimming pool.

  • Ground Breaking For Highway 34 Bridge

        PACIFIC JUNCTION - More than 200 people, including dignitaries from Iowa and Nebraska, turned out for Thursday afternoon’s groundbreaking ceremony for the U.S. Highway 34 – Missouri River Bridge.

  • Bridge Ground-breaking Thursday

        Nearly 20 years in the making, the ground-breaking ceremony for the Highway 34 - Missouri River bridge will finally  take place Thursday afternoon.