The Burlington-West Burlington area United Way kicked off its 2015 campaign yesterday(Weds) with its traditional luncheon.
It all depends on state tax credits, but there may be dozens of new jobs coming to Burlington’s Lance Private Brands plant.
There were some minor differences of opinion, but the Burlington City Council agreed by consensus tonight to make some small changes in the nightly curfew for young people.
The Burlington City Council will soon be one member short.
Governor Terry Branstad walked in the annual Tri-State Rodeo Parade in Ft. Madison over the weekend, then talked to reporters at the local Republican headquarters.
The Burlington School Board meeting starts tonight(Thur) at 7 and may focus on goals for the School Improvement Advisory Committee.
The Burlington City Council holds one of its every-other-week work sessions today(Mon) and will talk some more about instituting an earlier curfew for young-people.
It had only been a rumor, but now it’s been confirmed — Governor Terry Branstad will walk in tomorrow morning’s Tri-State Rodeo Parade in Ft. Madison.
With several hundred people looking on in the Central Lee Middle School gym, Lee County Supervisor Ron Fedler “did a 180” last(Thur) night on his proposed ordinance to give Ft. Madison the sole title of…
Lee County authorities are warning of another scam being used in the area.