Poweshiek County News

News from Grinnell College

Grinnell College’s spring semester classes in humanities and social studies began this week in the newly constructed portion of the new Humanities and Social...Read More

Food for young people in need

Tiger Packs, the local program fund that provides healthy food to food insecure students in the Grinnell-Newburg school district, will join forces with Hy-Vee...Read More

Get warmed up

Due to the extreme cold, a warming center will be available at Grinnell Regional Medical Center from Jan. 28th at 4 p.m. until Jan....Read More

Shovel the snow in Grinnell

Snow Emergency: Under Chapter 69 of the Municipal Code, Section 69.13 “No person shall park, abandon or leave unattended any vehicle on any public...Read More

Dinner for the Pioneers

For the eighth consecutive year, St. Francis Manor and Seeland Park hosted the Grinnell College Men’s and Women’s basketball teams at a dinner in...Read More

Police Academy

The Grinnell Police Department is now accepting applications for the Spring 2019 Citizen’s Police Academy. This eight week program is designed primarily for the...Read More

Bucket course offered

Michael Guenther, Associate Professor of History at Grinnell College, will offer a four-session Bucket Course beginning Wednesday, January 16, and concluding February 6. His...Read More

Opera news!

Grinnell College will stream the Metropolitan Opera’s new production of “Adriana Lecouvreur,” composed by Francesco Cilea, on Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019, as part of...Read More

New Doctor to serve Grinnell

Grinnell Regional Medical Center (GRMC) announces the addition of Prem K.G. Chandran, MD, FRCP, as a visiting kidney specialist in Grinnell starting January 25....Read More

New fund is available

Area families may benefit from a new fund established by Grinnell residents Skip and Linda Lowe and Nate and Karie Smith to “strengthen marriages...Read More