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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
Senior meals; Fairfield school summer meals

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.

FHS and Jet Stop partner for activities programs

Three-cents from each gallon purchased from pumps No. 1 and No. 2 at the Jet Stop location in Fairfield will go to the FHS activities department to provide better facilities, equipment and opportunities for all students.

Police Report

The subjects were lost and police provided directions. 5:47 a.m. - Alexandra Llewellyn Crow, 30, of Fairfield, was arrested in the 200 block of East Washington and charged with fifth-degree criminal mischief.

Wall that Heals comes to Fairfield Sept. 13-16

I miss them to this day. I've wanted to take etchings of their names from the Wall in Washington, D.C. That's a 16-hour drive of 950 miles.

Auditions set for Chamber Singers of Southeast Iowa

The Southeast Iowa Chamber Singers is beginning its new year. Call director Elaine Redding to set up an audition time.

City council supports changing crosswalks

Maharishi University of Management's director of security Rig Gelfand asks the Fairfield City Council to add a crosswalk between Hildenbrand Hall and Maharishi School. The Fairfield City Council heard a request Monday to add a crosswalk on North Fourth Street near the campus of Maharishi University of Management.


The Fair attracts more than a million people each year. Last year, the Fair had its highest attendance ever, with 1,130,071 people, according to the Fair's website .

Three new officers sworn in

Mayor Pro Tempore Michael Halley, right, swears in three new officers of the Fairfield Police Department during Monday's city council meeting. The officers are, from left, William Riegel, Trent Armstrong and Nelson Torres Rodriguez.

Council talks trash, yard waste

Trash pickup and yard waste have been the theme of recent Fairfield City Council meetings, and that continued Monday when a few members of the public addressed the council on those subjects. Resident LaVergne Dunn drew the council's attention to a letter to the editor written by former councilor John Revolinski that appeared in The Ledger July 12. In it, Revolinski recounted how more than 80 percent of 450 people surveyed did not want to pay an extra $1.50 per month for trash carts.

Area residents bring home awards

Grand Champion honors were awarded Thursday in the FFA Market and Carcass Lamb shows at the 2018 Iowa State Fair. The judges viewed 299 animals from 164 exhibitors in the Market Lamb division and 67 animals from 48 exhibitors in the Carcass division.

Wyatt family wins cardboard boat race

Team Wyatt, left, races toward the finish line just ahead of The Green Machine, right, in the championship heat of Fairfield's Great Cardboard Regatta Saturday at Waterworks Park. Paddling for Team Wyatt are Jasmine Wyatt, front, and her dad Steve in the back.

Police Report

An employee set off the alarm. 9:17 a.m. - A municipal infraction was issued to Malinda Gosvig Rees, 22, in the 800 block of East Kirkwood for speeding 35 mph in a 25 mph zone at E and Kirkwood.

Anheuser-Busch gives Rotary $15,000 for Nepali well

Doug Flournoy, left, Fairfield Rotary Club grant chairman, receives the check for $15,000 from Patrick Edwards, high end key account manager for Anheuser-Busch, during Friday's club meeting. The money will go to a well project in Nepal.

Fairfield man killed in shootout, two others charged with attempted murder

During the shootout, David Roy White, 35, of Fairfield, was killed. The Iowa Office of the State Medical Examiner will perform an autopsy on the body.

John Keith Liljedahl

John Keith Liljedahl went to meet our Lord and Savior on August 8, 2018. He just turned 69 on August 4, 2018.

Green Iowa to close Fairfield branch

Members of the Fairfield branch of Green Iowa Americorps, from left, Mary Braasch, Kathleen Reed and Charlie Hutchings partner with Paula Armstrong of the Fairfield Beautification Commission to clean up Heritage Courtyard near the intersection of West Burlington Avenue and North Second Street. Green Iowa Americorps announced that it will close its Fairfield office in September.

Locals sought for weight-loss study

A meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Fairfield Public Library for people interested in joining a weight-loss study. The study would last three months and require participants to exercise twice a week for 40 minutes and replace two meals per day with low glycemic meal replacement shakes and bars.

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