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Grant Awarded

The City of Marshalltown will be receiving some dollars through the National Endowment of the Arts through its “Our Town” program to help with signage and art for the Iowa River Bike

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Highway Plan

The new five year transportation plan has been unveiled by the Iowa Transportation Commission. It shows  three-point-four BILLION dollars of the program goes for the state roadways  D-O-T

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Fisher On GOP

In the wake of the 118 days of the legislative session, there is not much time for those senators and republicans to rest, especially if they are up for re-election and face challengers in the

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Wins and Losses?

The leader of the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association says some good things came out of a White House meeting on ethanol Tuesday– but there are still some things that remain unsettled. Monte

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Plants To Plant

Ready to Refresh that garden? Wanna replace your annuals with perennials? Be prepared then for this weekend’s Marshalltown Garden Club Plant Sale at the Anson shelter house. It’s one of two

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Election Season

Another season is underway; we’re already experiencing road construction season, allergy season and graduation season, among others. Now, it is also election season. Absentee balloting for the

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Planting Progressing

Farmers were able to take advantage of some good weather again last week. Thunderstorms and rain did interrupt the planting at times according to the U.S.D.A. report — but farmers were still able

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Spotlight On Lyme Disease

While springtime means the post-winter world comes to life, some things may be better left undisturbed. Like ticks. Ticks are most active this time of the year and that means that Lyme disease also

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