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Coliseum Update

The folks trying to hit the goal for fundraising for the renovation of the Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum in Marshalltown continues to need your help. The fund is still growing but still needs some

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Suicide Issues

The Iowa Department of Public Health has released a new report which gives a more in-depth look at violent deaths in Iowa. Pat McGovern is the suicide prevention director for D-P-H. He says

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Still Waiting…

The hurrying up and waiting on new ethanol waivers from the White House continues. Republican Governor Kim Reynolds, like ethanol producers, is among those waiting . Word is that the standards

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Marshall County Fatal

Another deadly crash in Marshall County, this one taking the life of a Montour man. Ralph Colbeth was headed west on 260th Street, east of Highway 14, shortly after 10 a.m. when his vehicle toppled

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Neal Named

After a nationwide search, the Ames Transit Board looked no further than in its own office, naming Barbara Neal as its new Transit Director. Neal had been serving as interim director and has worked

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September Weather A Bit Warm

September wrapped up feeling more like June. State climatologist Justin Glisan says the statewide average temperature for the month ended up around 68-degrees, which is five degrees warmer than

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Cats & Dogs???

...HEAVY RAIN AND FLASH FLOOD POTENTIAL TODAY INTO WEDNESDAY... .Widespread moderate to heavy rain is expected much of central Iowa today into early Wednesday. The rain has begin across northwest

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Looking For You

Story County is in the process of filling vacancies on an assortment of boards and commissions. There is one opening on Veteran’s Affair, four on the Analysis of Social Services Evaluation Team

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What, When & How To Fund

The Marshalltown City Council spent the better part of an hour last night wrestling with how to lay the financial groundwork for projects ranging from a quiet zone to new fire trucks to overall

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