Pella — According to the Marion County Road Dept., both motor graders and trucks will continue to work until 7 p.m. tonight. They will begin again at 4 a.m. tomorrow. County plows are encountering high winds, soft rock roads and ice accumulation under packed snow on the pavements, all of which contribute to difficult plowing conditions. Roads that have been plowed are susceptible to drifting shut. Currently we are anticipating having the rock roads open at least one way by the end of the day Thursday. Unnecessary travel is discouraged.
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SCRAA meeting set for Thursday evening
6 p.m. at Oskaloosa's George Daily Auditorium
- Local Boy Scouts learn skills to be our future heroes
- Central College education department announces Geisler Penquite scholars
- RUS funding and EPA regulations were the focus of discussions with congressional staff in the nation’s capital
- Early deadlines for next week due to Memorial Day holiday
Vision Iowa grant sought for sports park
City Administrator Mike Nardini reported at Friday's Community Services Board meeting that negotiations with the Vision Iowa Board will begin next week, regarding funding assistance for the Fields of our Future Sports Park.
Tulip Time successful, despite snow
Tulip Time, earlier this month, saw extra adversity this year in the form of an unexpected snowfall. Despite the odd weather, Dick Redman of the Tulip Time Steering Committee is proud of what the town accomplished.
- Four Pella Regional Nurses Honored with DAISY Award
- Diane McCombs, Pella Regional, Honored as 100 Great Iowa Nurse
Bird Banding Cancelled on May 25
Originally scheduled at Lake Red Rock
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