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Kindred at Home Hiawatha named as a Top Agency
by Report submitted · December 14th, 2017
Kindred at Home Hiawatha announced on November 29 that it has been named a Top Agency of the 2017 Home Care Elite, a recognition of the top-performing home health agencies in the United States. For 12 years, HomeCare Elite has annually identified the top 25 percent of Medicare-certified agencies and highlighted the top 100 and top 500 agencies overall.

New team member at Crilley Law Offices
by Report submitted · December 14th, 2017
Crilley Law Offices, PLLC of Hiawatha is pleased to announce that they have hired Daniel Morgan of Marion as an Associate Attorney. Morgan is a 2017 graduate with honors from the University of Iowa College of Law. He has opened a general practice of law including probate, family law, criminal, and small business law.

First Federal Credit Union accepts members of Eaton Employees Credit Union
by Report submitted · December 14th, 2017
The Board of Directors of First Federal Credit Union, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, has announced an agreement to accept the members of Eaton Employees Credit Union (EECU), Spencer, Iowa, in a merger agreement approved by the National Credit Union Administration and the Iowa Division of Credit Unions. The merger was effective earlier this month and First Federal is coordinating the transition of Eaton members into First Federal's operating system.

Urgent Care opens at Mercy's Hiawatha Medical Park
by Report submitted · December 14th, 2017
MercyCare Community Physicians has opened its new Hiawatha Urgent Care Clinic at Hiawatha Medical Park.

Unique gifts 'perfect' for giving
by Cynthia Petersen Correspondent · December 14th, 2017
Finding the perfect gift isn't always easy, especially when you hear, "Oh, I really don't want anything," "I have everything I want," or "You are gift enough."

Making a resolution for 2018? Commitment is the key
by Cynthia Petersen Correspondent · December 14th, 2017
Every year, many of us think about what we're going to do differently in the upcoming New Year. It's a new beginning, the chance to shed the old and slip into the new.

National Czech and Slovak Library and Museum revives memories of Santa's Workshop
by Cynthia Petersen Correspondent · December 14th, 2017
The National Czech and Slovak Library and Museum is doing its best to bring back memories of yesterday with a Santa's workshop animatronics display in the museum's lobby.

Secretary Pate begins mailing Voter ID cards to registered voters
by Report submitted · December 14th, 2017
DES MOINES - Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate announced that his office began mailing Voter ID cards last week to registered voters in the state who do not possess a valid Iowa driver's license or non-driver's ID. The cards are free and will be sent automatically to 123,000 Iowans, roughly six percent of the state's registered voters.

Smart retirement saving strategies for each decade
by Submitted by Larry Fox · December 14th, 2017
Whether you can still count the days since you started your first job or you are nearing the end of your career, saving for retirement should be a top financial priority. You have the potential to spend decades in retirement, so it's worth committing to saving today. Here are some fundamental strategies to think about at different ages as you seek to maximize your retirement savings:

Why the poor are poor: it's all the booze, women and movies
by Dan Brawner Columnist · December 14th, 2017
After the Senate recently approved their version of the controversial tax reform bill, Sen. Chuck Grassley tried to explain to the Des Moines Register why the very rich deserve to pass on their wealth to their heirs untaxed.

Secretary of State Pate launches Voter ID informational webpage
by Report submitted · June 22nd, 2017
Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate announced the launch of a new webpage to help inform voters about the upcoming changes to Iowa's election laws. The page is easily accessible from the main page of the Secretary of State's website, sos.iowa.gov, or can be found by going to sos.iowa.gov/voterID. The page provides answers to frequently asked questions regarding the new laws and outlines when they will be implemented. Some minor changes to Iowa's election laws take place on July 1.

Shriners have fun while helping others
by Cynthia Petersen Correspondent · June 22nd, 2017
The El Kahir Shriners held an open house for Shriners Awareness Day on June 6 in Hiawatha.

How to fight dry eyes and protect your vision
by Report submitted · June 22nd, 2017
Dear Savvy Senior
What all can be done to combat dry eyes? Since I turned 50, my eyes have become increasingly dry and irritated.
Constantly Blinking

Larry Fox and Aaron Sannes achieve Circle of Success recognition
by Report Submitted · June 22nd, 2017
Larry K. Fox CFP, CLU, ChFC and Aaron D. Sannes CFP, ChFC, Private Wealth Advisors with Larry K. Fox & Associates in Hiawatha and Waterloo, Iowa, have qualified for the company's Circle of Success annual recognition program and were honored for this achievement at the 2017 Achiever's Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.

Paternal instinct to help other single dads
by Cynthia Petersen Correspondent · June 22nd, 2017
Single dads are gaining more support these days, especially with the help of local nonprofit, Paternal Guardians of Iowa (PGI).
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