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Mason City voters extend two taxes on property owners to support school district

Mason City voters extend two taxes on property owners to support school district

MASON CITY – Mason City voters on Tuesday extended two taxes on property owners for 10 years to support school district. Voters approved both taxes on the ballot overwhelmingly by…

Gov. Reynolds signs Future Ready Iowa Act

Gov. Reynolds signs Future Ready Iowa Act

DES MOINES – Gov. Kim Reynolds signed House File 2458, the Future Ready Iowa Act, on Tuesday at the Future Ready Iowa Summit in Des Moines. Future Ready Iowa is the governor’s…

NIACC’s Arons selected as ICCAC player of the week

NIACC’s Arons selected as ICCAC player of the week

MASON CITY – NIACC freshman designated hitter/first baseman Kamrin Arons was selected as the ICCAC baseball player of the week for the week of March 26-April 2. Arons, who is…

Leading Iowa LGBTQ group celebrates nine years of marriage equality

Leading Iowa LGBTQ group celebrates nine years of marriage equality

DES MOINES – A leading Iowa lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) organization is celebrating 9 years of marriage equality. Nine years ago today on April 3, 2009, the…

Annual spring wildlife survey underway in Iowa

Annual spring wildlife survey underway in Iowa

CLEAR LAKE – The Iowa Department of Natural Resources annual spring spotlight survey is underway with Wildlife and Law Enforcement staff conducting nighttime counts of all forbearing animals and white-tailed…

Charles City woman to be sentenced in bank embezzlement case

Charles City woman to be sentenced in bank embezzlement case

CHARLES CITY — A Charles City woman arrested this year after police charged her with theft from a bank she worked at is set to be sentenced next month. Charles…

Small Northern Iowa town gets a First Amendment smackdown after picking on man with opinion

Small Northern Iowa town gets a First Amendment smackdown after picking on man with opinion

SIBLEY, IOWA – Officials in the small Northern Iowa town of Sibley got a First Amendment smackdown after picking on a man who said their town smells horrible. Josh Harms…