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November Home Sales Gain

Iowa home sales jumped seven percent in November according to the Iowa Association of Realtors. A total of 3,320 homes were sold last month. Mark Kamps, President of the Iowa Association of

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Democrats Rally In Des Moines

The Mayor of New York City was the featured speaker at last night’s gathering of Iowa Democrats in Des Moines. Bill de Blasio told his fellow Democrats that Iowa can help lead the Party to

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Superintendent Search in Ames

THE AMES SCHOOL BOARD IS ANTICIPATING RESEARCHING FIRMS TO ASSIST IN HIRING A NEW SUPERINTENDENT. TIM TAYLOR ANNOUNCED LAST MONTH THAT HE WOULD BE RETIRING, EFFECTIVE JUNE 30TH OF 2018. THE BOARD

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Here Comes Jack Frost

Winter arrives Thursday morning…and so, it appears, will winter weather. Forecasters say cold and snow will make its way into the state on Thursday into Friday. The National Weather Service says

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MCSD Meets Tonight

The Marshalltown Community School District’s board will discuss the upcoming legislative session with State Representative Mark Smith during this evening’s school board meeting. The meeting

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Food Piling Up

The Department of Natural Resources sorted through some landfills around the state in October. One thing investigators found was that the amount of food waste has nearly doubled since 2011. The

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Talking Trash

The Department of Natural Resources says that analysis of the states largest cities trash tells us we are not recycling enough! Tom Anderson for the DNR says the October study showed that tons of

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