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County receives FEMA funds
In response from last summers severe weather and flooding,
Properly dispose of analog TV sets
The South Central Iowa Solid Waste Agency is seeing an influx of analog television sets due to the transition to digital TV. Spokeswoman Amber Alley says those sets need to be properly disposed of as they contain hazardous materials such as lead. Alley says the state requires these types of electronics to be recycled. In related news, an electronic recycling event sponsored by Vermeer Corporation, Pella Corporation and the city of
Residents become lost in state forest
The Marion County Sheriff’s Office helped
Delegation to travel to D.C.
A delegation from
The Marion County Board of Supervisors proposed a lower overall salary increase for county officials for the 2009-2010 county budget than what the
Dollars for Scholars application deadline nears
Pella Dollars for Scholars applications are due next month. The scholarship organization says applications must be mailed by March 13. Forms are available in the
Officials balance county
The 2009-10 proposed budget for
Legislators again consider issue of cell phone use while driving
A proposal to ban cell phone use while driving has scientific merit.
Cattlemens Association offers scholarships
The Marion County Cattlemens Association is offering three $500 scholarships to qualified high school graduates planning to further their education this fall. Applicants must be the child of a parent who has been a paid regular member of the Marion County Cattlemens Association for at least two years including 2008 and 2009. The application form must be returned by March 6th.
CSI program planned at library
An upcoming event at the Pella Public Library is a glimpse into the world of crime investigation. According to the library, Lieutenant Shane Cox of the Pella Police Department will talk about crime scene investigation during a special program March 10 at 7:00 p.m. at the library.
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