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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).
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Local Colleges: Maharishi University of Management
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Towns/Cities near fairfield, iowa : Ottumwa Mt Pleasant Agency Batavia Birmingham Lockridge
Squares Around the Square' theme for outdoor art display
This will be the 10th year the FAA has invited artists and fine craftsmen to participate in creating entries to be displayed throughout the summer in the garden nodes in downtown Fairfield. The first year were "Mannequins" on their small aluminum poles, the next year the FAA invested in heavy duty metal poles with removable bases on top and 24 concrete underground bollards.Amos runs for Iowa House
The seat is currently occupied by Republican Dave Heaton of Mt. Pleasant, but Heaton announced earlier this year that he will not seek re-election.5K returns to Fairfield
The Live Healthy Iowa 5K will return April 14 to the same 19 communities that participated in 2017, including Fairfield for a third consecutive year. The event will partner with communities across Iowa to host Live Healthy Iowa 5K events featuring a 5K run/walk and a 1K kid's run with proceeds from the events benefitting the local wellness coalitions in partner communities, as well as Live Healthy Iowa Kids initiatives.Garrison, Jones wedding set Oct. 13
Art and Chris Garrison, of Fairfield, announce the engagement of their daughter, Danielle Garrison, to Noah Jones, son of Todd and Julie Jones, of Davenport. The bride-to-be is a 2013 Fairfield High School graduate and a 2017 graduate of Iowa State University with a bachelor's degree in animal science.Hunter Education class set
A free Hunter Education class is set from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 24 at the Southeast Iowa Skeet Club northeast of Fairfield. Anyone 11 years old or older can enroll in the class.Creative Edge to add 10 jobs
President of Creative Edge Master Shop Jim Belilove shows the tool kits his company has been building lately. The firm's Tool Keepers division has grown in recent years and will grow even more now that Creative Edge has secured a $110,000 low-interest loan.Brighton News
Enjoying the evening meal of March 3 at the Four Corners in Lockridge were Pat Remington, of Brighton, and her daughter Angela and Tony Garmoe with Christopher, of Mount Pleasant. Providing the evening meal of March 4 at the home of Winifred Fritz were her grandson J.D. Hollingsworth, of Packwood; and her children, Mary and Joel Boatright, and Greg and Deb Fritz, all of Fairfield, and Tony and Lynn Fritz.City plans West Tyler extension
The map above shows the planned extension of West Tyler Avenue south of TrafFix Devices, which built a 68,000-square-foot expansion last year. The extension will make it easier for the company to get its semis in and out, and will accommodate future developments on the west side of town.Police Report
12:42 p.m. - Police assisted a citizen with a keep-the-peace request in the 800 block of West Grimes. 5:05 p.m. - A Toyota Highlander was reported as being parked too close to the corner at Ninth and Washington.Picard to lead Lunch and Learn
A Lunch and Learn for BizTraining, "Essence of Successful Selling with Ben Picard," is set from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday at the Jefferson County ISU Extension office. Picard is a marketing executive, with advanced degrees from Yale and Duke, plus a series of three startup exits in Silicon Valley.Astrology for March 2018 written ...
March 9-11 Mercury in Aries is in an awkward aspect to Saturn in Capricorn. This aspect brings about worrisome thoughts based on fears and insecurity from the past.Robbery reported at Everybody's
At approximately 9:50 a.m., a robbery in progress was reported at Everybody's according to a news release from the Jefferson County Attorney. The reporting party stated that an adult male wearing a long sleeve green T-shirt, red pants and military style cap held a knife to an employee and demanded money.Radio station KRUU falls silent
KRUU station manager James Moore addresses Fairfield during the station's first broadcast on Sept. 30, 2006.Students to tour businesses as part of career fair
The Fairfield Area Chamber of Commerce, Fairfield High School, Maharishi School and Iowa Works have partnered to create a career fair for local high school students Tuesday. For the first time, every high school student will tour two different local businesses in addition to the traditional career fair sessions at the high school.Congregate Meals: March 12-16, 2018
Wednesday - St. Patrick's Day observance: glazed ham ball, baked sweet potato, cabbage and tomatoes, assorted yogurt, orange juice, St. Patrick's Day treat. Reservations for meals are required one day in advance.Jerard Bernerd Hoage
Jerard Bernerd Hoage, 85, of Fairfield, IA passed away Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at the Iowa Veterans Home in Marshalltown, IA. Funeral services with Military Honors will begin at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 10, 2018 at the Suburban Heights Baptist Church in Fairfield with Pastor Ed Parker officiating.Woman donates to school lunches
Vaju Moorthy, left, speaks with Fairfield schools food service director Stephanie Hawkins about Help Us Stop Hunger, a fund that provides lunches to children during the summer and to those in need during the school year. Moorthy has vowed to donate proceeds from her business every month until the deficit has been eliminated in the school's meal program.
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