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DES MOINES, IA – On September 19, 2016, Michael Dekota McRae, 28, was sentenced by Chief United States District Court Judge John A. Jarvey to eighteen (18) months imprisonment for conveying false information concerning a biological weapon, announced United States Attorney Kevin E. VanderSchel....
Breakfast at The Corner
photo by Tammy Pearson/Adair County Free Press
Tom and Tammy Walk serve up a Belgian waffle, cinnamon roll flavor, at The Corner, which now features breakfast from 7-10:30 a.m.
Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the...
The Iowa Department of Transportation hosted a public meeting to discuss upcoming Adair County bridge replacements.  The Sept. 6 open forum style meeting, held at the 5 by 80 Golf and Country Club in Menlo, was designed to give local residents a chance to find information and ask questions about...
Flu season is approaching

Flu season is approaching.

  What should I do to protect myself and my loved ones from flu this season? CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine for everyone 6 months of age and older as the first and most important step in protecting against this serious disease.  Encourage your loved ones to get vaccinated. Vaccination is...
Governor Branstad will sign a proclamation this week declaring Sept. 5-11  as Suicide Prevention Week. According to the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH), suicide is the tenth leading cause of death for all Iowans and the second leading cause of death for 15 to 24 year-olds and those ages 25...
You know the flooding is bad when even fish have to be evacuated.   In what became an overnight operation on Wednesday, an estimated 150,000 rainbow and brook trout were evacuated from the Big Spring Hatchery located on the banks of the Turkey River near Elkader in Clayton County.   Recent heavy...
SICOG was recently notified that they have been selected by the Iowa Department of Health (IDPH) to facilitate development of physical activity and nutrition strategies through the Healthy Iowans Program for Greenfield.  A financial award of $10,000 is available to assist in the implementation of...
Sen. Grassley at Quad/Graphics
photo by Tammy Pearson/Adair County Free Press
Iowa Rep. Clel Baudler, Renee Schwartz of Quad/Graphics, U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley, and Tim Foster, manager, Quad Graphics pause for a photo after Sen. Grassley toured the plant and answered questions from employees of Quad/Graphics and local business people.
Rather than holding a town hall meeting in Adair County, U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley met with about 10 local business people and the employees of the Quad/Graphics plant in Greenfield Aug. 11 at the plant. Sen. Grassley explained why he was holding the meeting at a business instead of hosting a town...
I-80 overpass at Gibbon Avenue in Adair County.
photo by Tammy Pearson/Fontanelle Observer
The I-80 overpass at Gibbon Avenue is the least used overpass in Adair County.
transportation Iowa DOT seeks public opinion on I-80 planning study By CAITLIN WARE Fontanelle Observer The Iowa Department of Transportation has released a planning study to evaluate the condition of Interstate 80. Started in May 2016, the study will look at the route’s current condition, and how...
Trent McIntosh and Nate Blaine with their Special Olympics medals.
photo by Steve Thompson/Adair County Free Press
Trent McIntosh and Nate Blaine with their Special Olympics medals.
The dictionary defines the word “inclusion” as the act of including. It’s a pretty simple definition on the surface, but quite a more complicated definition beneath the surface. Inclusion is the theme for this year’s Iowa Special Olympics program. It could be the theme in any given year. “A lot of...

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