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Rain, Rain, Go Away

If  folks like soggy corn, it’s due to it being creamed or lathered with butter. However, many farmers in north and central Iowa have cords fields that are soggy because they are under water.

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Right To Farm

The Iowa Supreme Court has issued a key ruling on the constitutionality of Iowa’s embattled right-to-farm law. The Iowa Supreme Court reversed a lower court decision that found the statute

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Ames Fire

A building owned by Youth and Shelter Services in Ames was evacuated after firefighters responded to an automatic alarm at the house. The building at 712 Burnett was full of smoke and fire crews

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The River (and Lakes) Is High

The continued rain around the state continues to cause all kinds of issues, on land and out on the waterways. The DNR says inexperienced paddlers should stay offs of rivers and lakes until the

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Monday Agenda

The Monday meeting agenda includes; The Poweshiek County Board of Supervisors getting together at 8:30 this morning; The Grundy County Board of Supervisors meet at nine this morning; The

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Governor on Sanctuary Cities

A new STATE law that takes effect July 1st will cut off state funding to any city or county in the state that fails to cooperate with federal immigration agents. Reynolds says the law will NOT

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Protecting Pollinators

As Iowans enjoy blueberries, cherries and other fruits of summer, wildlife experts are asking that they give back to the pollinators who helped them grow. National Pollinator Week, which ends

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Things to Do

You won’t find any kayak races or bridge festivals in Gilman, so what better place to have a No River Days Festival? That is the name of the festival tomorrow in southern Marshall County. Events

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Boil Advisory

The water main has been fixed and water is flowing again in Laurel, but the community remains under a boil advisory this morning. The tests results for the water are still at the lab.

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Live After 5 Begins

Where can you go over the next ten Friday evenings from free music and entertainment? The Orpheum Theater in Marshalltown. This summer’s Live After 5 kicks off tomorrow evening with blues group

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