On November 9th, 2021, St. Gabriel Communications, 88.5 mhz, Adel, IA, filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission for authority to construct a new noncommercial educational FM broadcast station to operate on 89.9 mhz, at Mason City, IA. Members of the public wishing to view this application or obtain information about how to file comments and petitions on the application can visit https://enterpriseefiling.fcc.gov/dataentry/views/public/nceDraftCopy?displayType=html&appKey=25076f917ce2e04b017d002e8c140a22&id=25076f917ce2e04b017d002e8c140a22&goBack=N#sect-chanFacility

On November 9th, 2021, St. Gabriel Communications, 88.5 FM, Adel, IA, filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission for authority to construct a new noncommercial educational FM broadcast station to operate on 89.9 FM, at Spencer, IA. Members of the public wishing to view this application or obtain information about how to file comments and petitions on the application can visit https://enterpriseefiling.fcc.gov/dataentry/views/public/nceDraftCopy?displayType=html&appKey=25076f917ce2e04b017ce708493e0cfb&id=25076f917ce2e04b017ce708493e0cfb&goBack=N
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Branstad taken to hospital after choking on cracker

Branstad taken to hospital after choking on cracker

James Q. Lynch, The Gazette, Cedar Rapids – SAN PEDRO, Calif. — Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad was taken by ambulance from the USS Iowa after he choked on a cracker while…

Federer, Djokovic win to set up a classic semifinal

By Diane Pucin, Los Angeles Times – WIMBLEDON, England — The tennis played by Andy Murray and David Ferrer was exquisitely quirky but also filled with the big-boy points where the…

Afghan soldier wounds 5 US troops in base attack

By Jon Stephenson, McClatchy Newspapers – KABUL, Afghanistan — An Afghan soldier shot and wounded five U.S. soldiers late Tuesday at a base in eastern Afghanistan in what is the latest…

Romney clarifies he believes individual health care mandate is a tax

By Mitchell Landsberg, Los Angeles Times – WOLFEBORO, N.H. — Contradicting one of his senior advisers, Mitt Romney said Wednesday that the individual mandate in President Barack Obama’s health care plan…

Navy plans $40 million fiber-optic link to Guantanamo base

By Carol Rosenberg, McClatchy Newspapers – MIAMI — The Pentagon has decided to lay an estimated $40 million underwater fiber-optic cable from Guantanamo Bay to South Florida, The Miami Herald has…

Further investigation needed into Arafat’s death, lab says

By Ofira Koopmans – TEL AVIV, Israel — A Swiss laboratory confirmed Wednesday that it found an abnormal amount of polonium-210 on a pair of underwear used by late Palestinian…

Mason City police ask for help located missing teen

Mason City police ask for help located missing teen

MASON CITY – The Mason City Police Department is investigating a missing person report on 14 year old  Garret Joyner. Garret was last known to be at home around 08:00…

Dangerous heat wave continues through Thursday

Dangerous heat wave continues through Thursday

DES MOINES – The national weather service in Des Moines says that dangerous temps and heat will continue throughout the North Iowa area at least through Thursday. An excessive heat…

Wild makes big push for two biggest NHL free agents

Wild makes big push for two biggest NHL free agents

By Michael Russo, Star Tribune (Minneapolis) – MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Wild is doing all it can to pull off the upset of the century. Competing for two of the…

Timberwolves close in on offers to restricted free agents

Timberwolves close in on offers to restricted free agents

By Jerry Zgoda, Star Tribune (Minneapolis) – MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Timberwolves continued their free-agency pursuits on Tuesday, still wooing Portland swingman Nicolas Batum in Minneapolis with the prospect of…

Cards let Colorado off the hook

Cards let Colorado off the hook

By Joe Strauss, St. Louis Post-Dispatch – ST. LOUIS — The first half of the season officially passed for the Cardinals on Tuesday night. Perhaps fittingly it offered a lesson…

Harrison Barnes hopes his brand takes flight

Harrison Barnes hopes his brand takes flight

By Andrew Carter, McClatchy Newspapers – NEW YORK — Harrison Barnes didn’t have cable growing up, and his earliest memory of Michael Jordan was as an aging player at the…

Arson suspected on city’s north side

Arson suspected on city’s north side

MASON CITY – Mason City Fire Chief Bob Platts confirmed Tuesday that authorities are investigating an incident on the city’s north side that could involve arson. The Mason City Fire…

Op-ed: Nursing homes are “warehouses for death” by Peter Children

This is an area that appalls me to no end.  These warehouses for death are a blight on this country and at the same time an indictment against the civilization…

Fireworks celebrate nation’s birthday in Mason City

Fireworks celebrate nation’s birthday in Mason City

by Jody Spear and Kelly Meyer – MASON CITY – The annual fireworks show was held Tuesday night in Mason City at the North Iowa Events Center. Folks packed into…

Alleged Mason City meth dealer now faces federal charges

Alleged Mason City meth dealer now faces federal charges

MASON CITY – On July 3rd in Cerro Gordo County District Court one class B felony count of possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, one class D felony count…

Bathtub where wife drowned will not be allowed in courtroom in Drew Peterson case

By Steve Schmadeke, Chicago Tribune – CHICAGO — The bathtub Drew Peterson’s third wife drowned in won’t be brought into court at his trial later this month, a judge ruled Tuesday,…

Fireworks accidentally shot into crowd at fire chief’s safety demonstration

By Jonathan Bullington, Chicago Tribune – CHICAGO — A fire chief’s demonstration of the dangers of fireworks became a teachable moment Tuesday morning when a canister tipped over and shot fireworks…

FDA lays out new system to track medical devices

By James Walsh, Star Tribune (Minneapolis) – MINNEAPOLIS — Want to know if anybody else has had a problem with your model of artificial hip? Worried that a new defibrillator is…

Major powers, Iran move to restart stalled nuclear talks

By Roy Gutman, McClatchy Newspapers – ISTANBUL — After more than 15 hours of expert-level talks, the United States and other major world powers agreed with Iran early Wednesday to move…

Ohio woman hospitalized after losing scalp in workplace accident

By Phil Trexler, Akron Beacon Journal – AKRON, Ohio — A Ohio woman is hospitalized after her scalp was ripped from her head when her hair became caught in a machine…

Ex-Marine guilty of smuggling AK-47, possibly from Saddam Hussein’s guards

By Larry Gordon, Los Angeles Times – LOS ANGELES — A former U.S. Marine from Southern California could face up to 10 years in federal prison after being convicted of illegal…

Regulators release ‘living will’ breakup plans from big banks

By Jim Puzzanghera, Los Angeles Times – WASHINGTON — Regulators on Tuesday released shortened public versions of breakup plans known as “living wills” that the nine largest banks were required to…

Appreciation: Andy Griffith acted, and lived, by the Golden Rule

Appreciation: Andy Griffith acted, and lived, by the Golden Rule

By Robert Lloyd, Los Angeles Times – LOS ANGELES — That Andy Griffith was never nominated for an Emmy for either of his signature series — the rural family comedy “The…

FDA approves over-the-counter HIV test

By Ian Duncan, Tribune Washington Bureau – WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration approved the first over-the-counter HIV test Tuesday, allowing people to test themselves in private at home and…

Chipper’s five hits lift Braves past Cubs

Chipper’s five hits lift Braves past Cubs

By Carroll Rogers, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution – ATLANTA — Somebody forgot to tell Chipper Jones he doesn’t need any more “Final Votes.” He’s already made the All-Star team. Just hours after…

Boaters Urged to Help Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers; Avoid $500 fine

From the Iowa DNR: “Clean. Drain. Dry.”  That’s the slogan the Iowa DNR wants boaters and anglers to remember for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday to protect Iowa lakes…

Tom Cruise stands to gain if divorce case moves to California

By Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times – LOS ANGELES — It would likely be in Tom Cruise’s interest to having his divorce proceedings with Katie Holmes moved from New York to…

Syria’s Assad laments, defends downing of Turkish jet

By Patrick J. McDonnell, Los Angeles Times – BEIRUT — Amid escalating cross-border tensions, Syrian President Bashar Assad has told a Turkish newspaper that he regrets “100 percent” Syria’s downing of…

Military appeals court to hear case of Marine in Iraqi civilian killing

By Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times – SAN DIEGO — The nation’s highest military appeals court has agreed to hear an appeal on behalf of a Marine from Camp Pendleton, the…

St. Paul road rage: Man points gun at car with girl, 6, inside; man hits pedestrian, assaults good Samaritan, 75

Mara H. Gottfried, Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minn. – Two separate cases of road rage in St. Paul reportedly escalated to violence: One man is accused of pointed a gun at…

Pennsylvania lawmaker seeks to strip Sandusky of his pension

By Anne Danahy, McClatchy Newspapers – STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — A Pennsylvania lawmaker is introducing legislation that would strip Jerry Sandusky of his pension, one of several moves to change the…

Doctor: Zimmerman had black eyes, broken nose but no head trauma

By Frances Robles, McClatchy Newspapers – MIAMI — The morning after he killed Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman went to a clinic with what appeared to be a broken nose, two black…

Military identifies 4 North Carolina airmen killed in crash of firefighting plane

By Michael Muskal, Los Angeles Times – Flags flew at half staff at buildings in North Carolina on Tuesday as the state mourned four airmen killed in a weekend crash while…

Obama campaign’s latest Bain ad makes direct contrast on jobs

By Michael A. Memoli, Tribune Washington Bureau – WASHINGTON — The Obama campaign’s Bain Capital offensive took a fresh turn Tuesday with a new television ad that directly pits Mitt Romney…

Marble wants to build on a breakout season

Marble wants to build on a breakout season

John Bohnenkamp, The Hawk Eye, Burlington, Iowa – NORTH LIBERTY – The breakout season that Devyn Marble is coming off is only more motivation for the junior-to-be. This summer is about…

For-profit colleges win legal battle with Obama administration

By Jamie Goldberg, Tribune Washington Bureau – WASHINGTON — A federal judge has struck down a key provision in an Obama administration regulation that would have penalized programs whose graduates end…

US flags should be made in US, some lawmakers say

By Richard Simon, Los Angeles Times – WASHINGTON — Should U.S. flags that fly from federal buildings be made entirely in the U.S.A.? So ask sponsors of the “All-American Flag Act,”…

Pakistan reopens NATO supply routes to Afghanistan after US apologizes

By Alex Rodriguez and David S. Cloud, Los Angeles Times – ISLAMABAD — The U.S. and Pakistan resolved a bitter seven-month stalemate when Washington apologized for killing two dozen Pakistani soldiers…

Twins power past Tigers

Twins power past Tigers

By Joe Christensen, Star Tribune (Minneapolis) – DETROIT — The Josh Willingham and Trevor Plouffe Show continued Tuesday night, which was a good thing for Minnesota Twins fans, who had to…

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