CENTERVILLE — Iowa’s volunteer fire fighters and emergency medical services personnel can claim a $50 annual tax credit beginning in 2013 in recognition of the valuable services they provide to the people of Iowa. On Friday, April 27, Gov. Branstad signed Senate File 2322 into law, after it was approved by a vote of 50-0 in the Iowa Senate and 96-1 in the Iowa House. On hand for the bill signing were legislators and along with emergency personnel from around the state were Sen. Jeff Danielson, Sen. Bill Dotzler and Sen. Tom Hancock.
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The federal deficit added 21 additional days of government spending.
Iowans invited to enter Iowa agriculture art contest
Iowa artists of all ages are invited to participate in the second annual “Celebration of Iowa: Agricultural Art Award.”
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United Way of Wapello County and the Volunteer Center are seeking volunteers for the Hunger in America study.
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