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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
Lincoln Court Subdivision expands

Construction on condos continues in Lincoln Court Subdivision. The Fairfield City Council approved Phase II of the project at its meeting Monday.

Drish working on the Trojans future

Olivia Jones holds the ball while Allison Godwin watches Jolie Crile spike it Wednesday during the volleyball camp for incoming Fairfield 6-8th graders. Fairfield's varsity volleyball coach Diana Drish is getting an early look at the next four years of players being feed into her system with camps all this week in the FHS gym.

Habitat home dedicated

Greater Fairfield Area Habitat for Humanity board members pose with Tomra Small on the porch of her recently completed Habitat home at 505 W. Madison Ave., where a dedication was held Sunday. Pictured are, from left, Shanaz Kreider, Amber McDowell, Deb Johnson, Kerry Richards , Tomra Small with children Connor, left, and Aiden, right, and construction manager Kathy Brown.

Fairfield library hosts Summer Signup Day

Allison Metcalf, left, and Stephanie Fisk, members of "The Chickadees," perform Saturday during the Fairfield Public Library's Summer Signup Day.

Municipal band concert series starts Tuesday

The band is entering its 30th year of offering municipal band concerts to the city. Fairfield is fortunate to have the number of fine musicians that like to make music together and provide the concerts for the summer season.

Blinded by the light: The Taylor Myers story

Fairfield senior Taylor Myers cleanly fields a ball in left field where the sun can be an unwanted assailant on outfielder's eyes. While many teenagers spend their summers in the sun trying to maintain a perfect tan, Trojan senior Taylor Myers gets plenty of rays spending her days roaming the left third of the Fairfield outfield.

The Most Happy Fella'

Tony Esposito, played by Tom Voorhees, leads adults and children alike in a song upon receiving a letter from his love interest, Rosabella. Fairfield Area Community Theatre will perform the musical "The Most Happy Fella" this weekend at the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center.

Spirit Ride stops in Washington

About 30 first responders - police, paramedics, rescue personnel and tow truck drivers - attended the Spirit Ride in Washington Tuesday morning and every one of them had a story of a close call they had with a motorist while responding to an emergency. Sgt. Doug Rupe of the Iowa State Patrol recalled an incident that happened recently when he was removing tire debris from Highway 218.

Eubanks coming up on 60 years of matrimony

Friends of the couple may send anniversary wishes and cards to their home address of 2275 Glasgow Road in Fairfield, IA 52556. Roy and RuthAnne were united in marriage on June 21, 1958, at the Lutheran Church in Charlotte, Iowa.

Freedom Rock arrives at courthouse

Lyle Maudlin, left, and Robert Estle examine the Freedom Rock that was dropped outside the Jefferson County Courthouse Monday afternoon. Ray "Bubba" Sorensen of Greenfield will paint a patriotic display on the rock honoring veterans and local people, as he has done for many other counties in Iowa.

Public hearing set for nuisance ordinance

The Jefferson County Supervisors met Monday to set a public hearing for changes to the county's nuisance ordinance and to discuss roadwork with the county engineer including approving funding for a bridge over Germanville Rd. This Old Barn owners Brian and Cindy Veldhuizen petitioned the board for a liquor license for their catering and event establishment north of Fairfield. The board approved the license after discussion.

Eugene "Gene" Leroy Copeland

Eugene "Gene" Leroy Copeland, age 79 of Fairfield, passed away June 9, 2018, at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. Visitation for family and friends will be 5-7 p.m., Friday, June 15, 2018, at First United Methodist Church.

Power Wagons get a rinse

Fairfield resident Dawn Ridgeway Bechtel waves with a smile despite getting soaking wet while riding on the back of a 1964 W200 Dodge Power Wagon during Saturday morning's 31st Annual Vintage Dodge Power Wagon parade. She and her husband Todd Bechtel own the vehicle.

Live on the Square Concert Series starts ...

The 2018 Live on the Square Summer Concert Series is fast approaching, and this year the committee has lined up three nights of music for the residents of southeast Iowa to enjoy. Saturday, the Jonas Magram Jazz Quartet will perform in Central Park.

Iowa Wind and Solar changes name

Iowa Wind and Solar, a company providing solar installation services across the Midwest and beyond, is changing its name to Simpleray. The company was founded in Fairfield in 2008 and provides solar installations with a focus on a streamlined experience.

Congregate Meals and Fairfield school summer meals: June 11-15, 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.

Richard E. Allison

He was born in Washington, Iowa on October 2, 1948, the son of Merle Raymond and Esther Mae Chorpening Allison. He graduated Washington High School in 1966.

Mom prom' fundraiser Tuesday

Barb Bloom made this cat-themed quilt to be raffled off during the mom prom Tuesday at This Old Barn. The event is a fundraiser for Jefferson County Relay for Life.

Birthday card shower for Forbes

Louise Peck Forbes, a former registered nurse at the Jefferson County Hospital in Fairfield, will be celebrating her 99th birthday June 15. Cards are welcome and can be mailed to: Louise T. Forbes, c/o Steven L. Forbes, 2368 Highway 22, Muscatine 52761.

Sheriff Report

Ricky Eugene Cline of Fairfield was driving a red 2006 Ford Focus ZX3 eastbound. He applied the brakes and was struck from behind by a gray 1992 Buick LeSabre Limited driven by Wilma Jean Johnston of Packwood.

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