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Trooper damages squad car as he runs over tire

Trooper damages squad car as he runs over tire

MASON CITY – An Iowa State Trooper was dispatched to look for ties and debris in the road Friday and ended up running over one and damaging his Crown Victoria…

Branstad, Reynolds announce creation of IPEP board

DES MOINES – Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds today announced that Gov. Branstad will sign Executive Order Number Seventy-Five to create the Iowa Partnership for Economic Progress…

Accident under investigation

Accident under investigation

MASON CITY – At approximately 4:00 PM Saturday afternoon October 22, 2011, the Mason City Police Department was called to an accident on Highway 122 and Thrush Avenue. Nicole Tharp,…

Marathoners take to road Sunday in Mason City

MASON CITY – Marathoners took to the road Sunday, October 23rd in Mason City for Newman School’s 13th Annual “On the Road for Education.” The marathon started at 8:00 a.m.…

Clear Lake residents asked to inspect condition of mailboxes

CLEAR LAKE – The Clear Lake Public Works Department is asking homeowners to inspect and evaluate the condition of their mailbox prior to the onset of winter weather. City snowplow…

Construction update on 19th Street SE widening project

Construction update on 19th Street SE widening project

From the city of Mason City: Week beginning Monday, October 24 The north portion of the intersection at South Carolina Avenue and 19th Street SE is open. South Hampshire Avenue…

Building Inspector McGreevey mourned at City Hall

MASON CITY – Building Official Chuck McGreevey, who served the city of Mason City for years, passed away over the weekend. McGreevey, who was 67, died Saturday. He served Mason…

Where they stand: City Council candidates weigh in on proposed waste to gas plant

In the first in a series of questions coming from NorthIowaToday.com to City Council candidates in Mason City, a question was asked about Mason City’s newest possible development, a waste…