PHOTOS: Woodbury County Courthouse past and present

PHOTOS: Woodbury County Courthouse past and present

The Woodbury County Courthouse, located at the southeast corner of Seventh and Douglas streets, opened in 1918. Take a look at the building through the years.

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Prosecutors say she took hydrocodone intended for two chronic pain patients at a nursing home in 2016, then faked medication logs to cover her tracks. Later, she took pain medication from another facility and replaced the pills with anti-psychotic and antidepressant drugs.

A vehicle chased from Worthington, Minnesota, drove into Iowa and the Otter Creek southwest of Sibley. The driver, 29-year-old Isaac Dane Plentyhorse of Sioux Falls, ran out on foot and was apprehended by an Osceola County Deputy. 

The Division of Criminal Investigation says that initial reports indicate the driver got out, displayed a gun toward the officers and fled on foot. The agency says officers gave chase, and that both the suspect and law enforcement fired multiple rounds.

Eliot Stowe was arrested Nov. 20 and charged with murder, months after Cheryl Stowe's body was found wrapped in a rug in a well-hidden area near her home on June 27, 2018, a day after co-workers had contacted authorities to check on her because she had not shown up for work.

The $32 million, physician-owned and directed surgical center will a wide variety of medical care. The first surgeries are scheduled for the second week of October. "We want to be a destination. This state-of-the-art facility will help make us a destination," the mayor said.

An autopsy determined the man's death was related to an injection of an anesthetic, propofol. Investigators say he'd told family members he believed his wife was poisoning him. She faces life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Pat Grassley said he asked his influential Republican grandfather, Sen. Chuck Grassley, not get involved in the Iowa House leadership contest. “Everywhere I go there’s this conspiracy theory that I’ve been groomed since the beginning of time to take" the Senate seat, Pat Grassley said.

LaDonna Kennedy was arrested after officers observed an "overwhelming odor of raw marijuana" coming from the home. Investigators say 18 marijuana plants, several bags of marijuana and drug paraphernalia were found. She later resigned.