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Thugs, bullies, wife beaters of Mason City: Today is your lucky day

Thugs, bullies, wife beaters of Mason City: Today is your lucky day

by Matt Marquardt – The precedent has been set. It is OK in Mason City to grab, pull, bump, step on, intimidate, humiliate and generally abuse those you do not…

Car burns as mechanics try and fix it (photos)

Car burns as mechanics try and fix it (photos)

MASON CITY – A car fire was extinguished Sunday after something went wrong as it was worked on.…

Opinion: Democracy Depends on Us

Opinion: Democracy Depends on Us

Submitted by an NIT reader: How many times have you turned on your TV or opened a browser window thinking “I can’t wait to hear how much candidates for elected…

Sign at Charles City convenience store raises eyebrows

Sign at Charles City convenience store raises eyebrows

CHARLES CITY – A sign at a Charles City convenience store is raising eyebrows Saturday. A North Iowa resident shared a photo with the NIT newsroom of the sign at…

Family that sued MC school district over bullying settles lawsuit, moves to Texas

Family that sued MC school district over bullying settles lawsuit, moves to Texas

MASON CITY – A former Mason City family that alleged abuse in the schools and said the school district didn’t do enough to stop it has settled the lawsuit and…

Supplement maker banned from doing business in Iowa

Supplement maker banned from doing business in Iowa

DES MOINES – An Iowa judge Thursday barred a Las Vegas company from marketing health or nutrition-related products to Iowans, after an Eastern Iowa woman complained that the company charged…

Dietz calls on Governor to keep Iowa Guard out of Africa

Dietz calls on Governor to keep Iowa Guard out of Africa

HAMPTON – Shawn Dietz, Republican nominee for State Senate from District 27, this evening sent a letter to Governor Terry Branstad in response to President Barack Obama’s Executive Order that…

State officials combat bullying by offering resources for schools

State officials combat bullying by offering resources for schools

DES MOINES – The Iowa Department of Public Safety’s Iowa State Patrol and Criminal Investigation Division are teaming up to combat bullying in our state. In conjunction with Governor Branstad’s…

Five emergency responders to receive the 2014 Sullivan Brother’s Award of Valor

Five emergency responders to receive the 2014 Sullivan Brother’s Award of Valor

DES MOINES – Governor Terry Branstad and Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds are pleased to honor five Iowa firefighters with the 2014 Sullivan Brother’s Award of Valor. The award ceremony will…

Marquardt turns in all evidence to police

Marquardt turns in all evidence to police

by NorthIowaToday.com Publisher Matt Marquardt – Today, I handed in everything Mason City police asked for in the assault allegations involving Robin Anderson of the Chamber of Commerce and Tim…

Single-vehicle accident at landfill under investigation

Single-vehicle accident at landfill under investigation

MASON CITY – A woman was injured Wednesday after the car she was riding in struck a pole at the North Iowa Landfill. On Wednesday, October 15, 19-year-old Dustin Odem…

Officials work toward fair voting at the polls this fall

Officials work toward fair voting at the polls this fall

DES MOINES – United States Attorney Kevin W. Techau announced today that Iowa officials have been provided with guidance to help ensure voting equality for people with disabilities. The Justice…

Marquardt exposes sham of “human rights symposium”, accuses two of assault (video & photos)

Marquardt exposes sham of “human rights symposium”, accuses two of assault (video & photos)

by Matt Marquardt, NorthIowaToday.com Publisher – By now, some of you have heard that there was an incident at a “human rights symposium” held Tuesday, October 14, 2014 at the…

U.S. Senate candidate dead in plane crash

U.S. Senate candidate dead in plane crash

DUBUQUE – Libertarian candidate for U.S. Seante Dr. Doug Butzier passed away at the age of 59 on Monday October 13, 2014 in a plane crash near Dubuque, where two…

Breast cancer awareness fundraiser to be held

Breast cancer awareness fundraiser to be held

MASON CITY – The North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC) volleyball team will host its 7th Annual Think Pink night on Thursday, October 23, 2014. The Trojans will host the…

NIACC recognizes 2014-15 scholarship recipients and donors

NIACC recognizes 2014-15 scholarship recipients and donors

MASON CITY – Students at North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC) who received scholarships this year had an opportunity to show their gratitude during the 11th annual student Scholarship Recognition…

Mason City High School students to attend sportsmanship summit 

Mason City High School students to attend sportsmanship summit 

MASON CITY – Eight Mason City High School student athletes have been selected to participate in the 2014 Pursuing Victory with Honor Summit to be held on Tuesday, October 14,…

180 Iowa scientists say climate change is hurting our health

180 Iowa scientists say climate change is hurting our health

DES MOINES – Iowans are experiencing real impacts from climate change, including heavier rains and increased flooding. Human health effects from climate change are just as real and are already…

Halloween Hike planned at Lime Creek

Halloween Hike planned at Lime Creek

MASON CITY – The Cerro Gordo County Conservation Board and Lime Creek Nature Center Foundation are sponsoring their twenty-eighth annual Halloween Hike on Tuesday, October 28 from 6:30 – 8:30…

Public prayer for peace held in Charles City

Public prayer for peace held in Charles City

CHARLES CITY – An outdoor prayer session was held Saturday in Charles City, asking for peace all over the world. About 20 members of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church attended…

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