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Fairfield was the site of Iowa's first and second state fairs. It is home to a 32,000 square foot Arts and Convention Center and the Louden Machinery Company. On the first Friday of every month, Fairfield hosts the Friday's Art Walk, which showcases local artists in various galleries and business-galleries around the downtown area. Also, Fairfield is known for their worldly architecture that depicts French, Italian and Greek architecture. Fairfield is the birthplace of the actors Ben Foster (Six Feet Under, X-Men: The Last Stand) and Jon Foster (Accidentally on Purpose).

Population: 9509
Local Newspapers: Fairfield Ledger
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Local Colleges: Maharishi University of Management

Zip Codes associated with fairfield, iowa: 52556
Towns/Cities near fairfield, iowa : Ottumwa Mt Pleasant Agency Batavia Birmingham Lockridge

Fairfield News
The Rev. Dr. William (Bill) E. Rathbun

The Rev. Dr. William E. Rathbun went home to be with his Lord on Friday, Jan. 5, at Jefferson County Health Center, Fairfield, IA.

Snow blankets southeast Iowa

Terri Grimm of Noyes Law Offices P.C. shovels the sidewalk outside the business in downtown Fairfield this morning. Grimm was fighting a stiff wind and a temperature of just 7 degrees.

Jerry Yellin remembered at Saturday memorial

Michael Yellin speaks at the podium while a photograph of his father, the late Jerry Yellin, is projected on a screen in the background during Jerry's memorial service Saturday at the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center.

Brighton News

Providing the evening meal of Jan. 6 at the home of Winifred Fritz were her daughter Mary and Joel Boatright with Bridget Hollingsworth of Fairfield, and J.D. and Becky Hollingsworth of Packwood. Ten-point pitch is being played at the Brighton Community Building on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. Admission is for 10 games, which usually end between 9 and 9:30 p.m. Finger food is provided by the players.

Meditating twice a day for 20 mins cut PTSD symptoms in older adults

Washington D.C. , Jan. 14 : Just 20 minutes of meditation twice a day may reduce symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder in older adults, suggests a recent study. According to researchers from Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa, veterans of the war in Vietnam, the Gulf War, Somalia, Iraq and Afghanistan suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder found significant relief from their symptoms as a result of practising the Transcendental Meditation technique.

Police & Sheriff Report

5:22 p.m. -- Suspicious activity was reported in the 1500 block of Southview Circle. Police found a person waiting to pick up someone.

Information needed for InfoGuide; SALT luncheon set; Maxine Bates Circle meeting

The Fairfield Ledger staff is preparing its 2018 Fairfield InfoGuide and is seeking information for the Churches & Synagogue Directory in the Community section. To be included in the free listing, churches in Fairfield and nearby communities are asked to submit: the church name, address, phone number and website address as soon as possible.

New categories for chamber banquet awards

Chamber event coordinator Brittney Tiller said the Annual Awards Banquet Committee has been busy since the last awards banquet in April to create award categories that "best reflect our vibrant town." This year's awards banquet will be April 12 at the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center.

Congregate meals: Jan. 15-19, 2018

Reservations for meals are required one day in advance. At the Fairfield site, reservations can be made either at the senior center or by calling 472-4403.

Buena Vista University

Buena Vista University officials have announced the names of students who earned recognition on the dean's list for terms one and two. Mackenzie McClure of Fairfield and Krista Tedrow of Batavia are on the dean's list.

Three blood drives planned

First United Methodist Church will host a Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center community blood drive from 2-6:30 p.m. Monday in the church dining room. All presenting donors will receive a Blend Card for 10 percent off a 2017 Artist Series ticket and be entered to win tickets for the 2017 Artist Series shows.

Fairfield High School students are invited to tour The Sky Factory...

Fairfield High School students are invited to tour The Sky Factory from 10 a.m. to noon Monday, a day they don't have class. Students will hear about "financial aid tips and tricks" from the knowledgeable staff at Indian Hills Community College, tour The Sky Factory, hear from a panel of employees, and wrap up with a free lunch.

Coaches versus Cancer in Fairfield

Stories of survival, and support for cancer research will be featured Friday Jan. 19 when Fairfield hosts SEC rival Washington in a girls'/boys' doubleheader beginning at 6 p.m. Special shirts shown below are available through Fairfield Glove by ordering online at Fairfieldinkandstitch.com with all profits from the sale being donated to the American Cancer Society.

No increase in pet surrenders after holidays

Dawn Hauck, director at Noah's Ark Animal Foundation in Fairfield, makes sure even the most timid cats get the love they deserve. The animal shelter is always struggling to find enough room for homeless cats, although they currently have fewer dogs than usual.

Republicans pledge - big, bold' agenda

Monday was a mix of optimism and criticism as lawmakers convened a 2018 session with Republican promises of tax relief and Democrats bemoaning inaction in fixing a budget "mess" and addressing costly sexual harassment concerns in the Statehouse. "The first day of the legislative session is one of my favorites as a legislator," Senate President Jack Whitver, R-Ankeny, said in his opening-day remarks.

Fairfield named best place to escape in Iowa

The company selected the best escape destination in every state, and posted the list on its website earlier this month. The author of the piece, Lily Rogers, wrote "When burdens begin to feel particularly heavy, it's time to take a real break.

Fairfield moves to limit fireworks dates

Fairfield City Councilor Michael Halley, left, welcomes Paul Gandy to the council during Monday's meeting. Gandy is the council's newest member, having been elected in November to represent the 2nd Ward.

Fairfield wrestling competes at Ottumwa Invitational

Brendon Lunsford, seen here pinning an opponent from Chariton earlier in the season, went 4-0 this weekend at the Ottumwa Invitational to capture the tournament crown at 285 pounds. 106 pounds, fr.

Police & Sheriff Report

8:21 a.m. - A verbal warning for improper display of registration was issued in the 1900 block of Highway 34 West. 7:44 p.m. - A verbal warning was issued for a traffic violation in the 1000 block of West Burlington.

The Rev. Dr. William (Bill) E. Rathbun

The Rev. Dr. William E. Rathbun went home to be with his Lord on Friday, Jan. 5, at Jefferson County Health Center, Fairfield, IA.

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