Skip to content

The Lenox Time Table Area News

FFA teacher Casey Allen recognized as finalist for Golden Owl Award

Casey Allen, Lenox FFA teacher, is one of seven finalists for the 2024 Golden Owl Award. Representatives from the Iowa Department of Education and Nationwide Insurance made the presentation during an assembly at the Lenox School on Friday afternoon during FFA Week. Matthew Eddy, Iowa Dep-artment of Education, Aaron Cummings, Nationwide Insurance, and Jake Samo,…

Read More

The Story of a Scholarship

A few years ago the Democrats of Taylor County lost a loyal member. Dale Juergens of Clearfield was active in Democratic activities. He cared about people, especially those in Taylor County. He promoted rural economic development and education for all. At his death the Taylor County Democrats received a letter that they had a named…

Read More

SHIIP volunteers sought for Taylor/Adams Counties

There is an immediate need in Taylor and Adams counties for volunteers for the Iowa Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) and Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP). SHIIP/SMP volunteer counselors assist Medicare beneficiaries and their families with questions or problems related to Medicare eligibility and coverage, cost comparisons, and financial assistance options. Additionally, this state-wide network…

Read More

Notice Of Filing Period

The candidate filing period for the June 4, 2024, Primary Election will begin March 4, 2024. Nomination papers must be received in the Taylor County Auditor’s Office by 5:00 p.m. on March 22, 2024. Candidates who are interested in running with the Democratic Party, Republican Party or Libertarian Party must file nomination papers to have…

Read More

Gov. Reynolds Appoints James Johnson as Superintendent of Banking

Gov. Reynolds announced the appointment of James Johnson of Gravity to serve as the next Superintendent of Banking in the Iowa Department of Insurance and Financial Services beginning January 1, 2024. “James is a proven leader with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the banking industry that was forged in rural Iowa,” said Governor…

Read More

Garbage rates go up with June billing

The Lenox City Council approved an increase in garbage rates, pool managers, and a lease for a tractor for the golf course at their May 22 meeting. Due to an increase in landfill rates, Tom Christensen has asked for an increase in garbage rates as well as an increase in cost of living. Landfill fees…

Read More

Wind turbine meeting generates pros and cons

A public meeting to discuss wind turbines drew a large crowd on April 25 at the Lenox Community Center. The meeting was hosted by the Taylor County Supervisors. Local residents, as well as residents from Adams, Union, Adair, and Fremont Counties, spoke for and against the turbines. People were given two minutes to voice their…

Read More