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That’s A Budget Wrap

Debt free in regards to bonds by April. That’s where  Marshall County will be after the Board of Supervisor’s adopted the 2018-19 budget at this morning’s meeting. The Board also voted to

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Marshalltown Schools Update

Updates on school improvements and an update from Anson School highlighted this week’s Marshalltown Community School District School Board meeting. Superintendent Doctor Theron Schutte was

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Suicide Prevention Training

The Iowa Senate has unanimously passed a bill that would require Iowa educators to periodically complete a one hour training session in suicide awareness and prevention. Senator Liz Mathis of Cedar

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Goal Achieved!

Just last month  we shared with that the Hubbard community was very close to reaching their goal of raising funds for a new medical clinic. The goal was $900,000. The Iowa Falls Times-Citizen now

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Winter Driving

We have already been several multiple car-accidents on state roadways this winter and  driving conditions are expected to be less than ideal in the next couple of days. Iowa State Patrol spokesman

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Mitchell Runs To Gold

Do you see yourself running the 400 meters at the ripe young age of nearly 90?  Not only does Darrell Mitchell of Marshalltown  run a 400 meter race on occasion, over the weekend he won a gold

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What’s Next?

With the funnel now closed for the time being, the 2018 legislative session now narrows its focus to bills and issues that could eventually find their way to the Governor’s desk for

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2020 Campaign Underway

You probably have seen the tv commercials. The first one for the 2020 presidential race are for A Maryland Congressman. By tonight, John Delaney (duh-LAY-nee) will have visited 41 of Iowa’s

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Meetings, We Have Meetings

If it’s the beginning of the week, there must be sopme schooll and governmental meetings on the agenda. The Marshalltown Community School District School Board meets at 5:00 this evening, while

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