Pleasant Valley Community School District Superintendent Brian Strusz talks about PV teacher being named Iowa Teacher of the Year
On Oct. 12, Angie Lauritsen announced her candidacy to represent Legislative District 36, a new Sarpy County legislative district.
An inborn sense of community and family, as well as an intensely local education push, have driven large numbers of tribal members in Thurston County to embrace the vaccines.
The Bluffs Link free public Wi-Fi network will undergo further expansion that may encompass the rest of the city of Council Bluffs, including …
Lindsey Danielsen said she is running for City Council to make sure Council Bluffs continues to grow.
Steve Gorman, a lifelong resident of Council Bluffs, is running for City Council because he wants to continue community service and serve the …
Joe Don Hunter says he’s running for the Council Bluffs City Council to make sure younger generations have opportunities in the community.
Bellevue East High School and the surrounding community came out in full force on Sept. 29 for its annual homecoming parade.
Here's why America commemorates Hispanic Heritage Month and what you should know about it.
Centro Latino of Iowa in Council Bluffs kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month and celebrated its expansion of space and services during an event on Wednesday.
Council Bluffs Community School District wasted no time returning to its previous face mask policy after a federal judge blocked enforcement o…
Gretna American Legion Auxiliary Unit 216 is working with the local Department of Veterans Affairs Nebraska-Western Iowa Health Care System on…
Several members of the Bellevue community and surrounding areas made their way to the Bellevue Public Schools Board of Education meeting on Sept. 13.
Everyone who paints all media with a broad “fake news” brush needs to see “Storm Lake,” a telling documentary about the hard work that goes into community journalism.
The Gretna Community Foundation recently welcomed three new members to its Board of Directors.
Doane has joined more than 100 other colleges and universities in the campaign, using a faith-based approach or approaches to encourage individuals to get a shot.