The Forum to Revitalize Shenandoah would like to announce that the Freedom Passport program is back as part of the Star-Spangled Shenandoah…but BIGGER, BETTER and more fun!
Members of Page County Horizons turned out in force June 14 to once again voice their concerns over a proposed wind turbine project to the Page County Board of Supervisors.
DES MOINES — Colleges, K-12 school districts and day care centers in Iowa cannot require students and children to be immunized from COVID-19 under legislation signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Kim Reynolds.
The Shenandoah City Council meeting Tuesday, June 14, began with The Forum to Revitalize Shenandoah presenting a check for $1,500 to the city’s fireworks fund for the upcoming Star Spangled Shenandoah celebration.
By a vote of 2-1, the Page County Board of Supervisors has approved the hiring of the Samuels Group to complete the next phase of a study on the construction of a new jail.
During their regular meeting Tuesday, June 14, the Shenandoah City Council heard from Margaret Brady on her restoration plans for the Johnson Brothers Mill building in Shenandoah.
On June 14th, 2022 at approximately 12:38 p.m., Deputy Austin “Melvin” Richardson, age 37, was traveling northbound on Highway 275 near 260th Street. A southbound combine, driven by James Groff, age 64, was traveling southbound in the same area. The…
The Forum to Revitalize Shenandoah has worked hard to help revitalize the community of Shenandoah by promoting small retail businesses and organizing community events, and now they have made it their goal to help bring back a Fourth of July…
The City of Shenandoah is preparing for a spectacular fireworks display for the upcoming July 4th holiday weekend.
A few items on the agenda drew extended discussion at the Shenandoah Community School District Board of Directors meeting Monday, June 13.
OMAHA -- In the heart of downtown Omaha, one of the city’s best-known public spaces soon will reopen with an array of attractions.
Page County has opted not to proceed with a study on the financial impact of a future closure of the Page County Jail.
Invenergy will hold a public meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, June 13, at The Waterfalls Wedding Venue in Farragut to review the details of the Shenandoah Hills Wind Project and answer questions local citizens may have about the project.