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Jail “Pay Phone”

Visiting inmates at the Jasper County Jail will have a new experience and a new charge in the process. Sheriff John Halferty got unanimous approval from the Board of Supervisors for installation of

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Happy Birthday!

The Marshalltown Library celebrates yet another milestone on Sunday; the 10th anniversary of the Library building at 105 W. Boone Street. Birthday cake will be served at 2:00 p.m. and commemorative

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Volunteers Still Needed

Marshalltown has started working to repair and rebuild within the community. Under a federally funded program called VALOR, close to 100 homes will have essential repairs done in the next few

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Assessor Needs Your Help

The Marshall County Assessor’s office is trying to help you help yourself if you have one of buildings damaged by the tornado. Assessments of every property is done annually about now, but Craig

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Deaths Down, Crashes Up

As we shared with you last week, fewer people were killed in traffic crashes in Iowa last year. That’s the good news. The bad news is that Iowa State Patrol Sergeant Nathan Ludwig says it’s

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Over The Top

The holiday break was a great one for the Marshalltown Area United Way. Executive Director Nancy Steveson says the 2019 capital campaign exceeded its 768-thousand dollar goal. The tally sits at

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A First

Tomorrow will mark a first for the folks at the Meskwaki Hotel and Casino. It will be the first time that the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission will meet in Tama.   The casino is run by the

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A Good 2019?

A monthly survey of business leaders and supply managers in Iowa and eight other Midwestern states finds an upturn in the overall business conditions index for December. Creighton University

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Webster County Shooting

A car chase on New Year’s Eve in Webster County resulted in the suspect being shot and killed. After a man authorities wanted to question in regards to a domestic dispute would not stop and the

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I Solemnly Swear…

There will be a lot of swearing going on around central Iowa today; but not of the four letter sort. It will be the swearing in of government officials as the new calendar year of business

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