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Habitual drunk driver guilty for fourth time; bribery charge dropped

Habitual drunk driver guilty for fourth time; bribery charge dropped

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Iowa marijuana cocaine dealer sentenced to prison

Iowa marijuana cocaine dealer sentenced to prison

CEDAR RAPIDS – An Iowa man who sold over 100 pounds of marijuana was sentenced on April 17, 2018, to 23 months in federal prison. Vichit Kho, age 37, from…

NIACC’s Chapman selected as ICCAC player of week

NIACC’s Chapman selected as ICCAC player of week

MASON CITY – NIACC’s Katie Chapman has been selected as the ICCAC softball player of the week for the week of April 9-15. Chapman, a sophomore outfielder from Cresco, was…

NIACC wins series against Kirkwood, 2-1-1

NIACC wins series against Kirkwood, 2-1-1

CEDAR RAPIDS – The NIACC baseball team won the four-game series with No. 8 Kirkwood, 2-1-1. After splittling a pair of games last Thursday, NIACC won Tuesday’s opener 8-3 behind…

Gov. Reynolds orders state flags at half-staff in honor, remembrance of Barbara Bush

Gov. Reynolds orders state flags at half-staff in honor, remembrance of Barbara Bush

DES MOINES – Gov. Kim Reynolds ordered all state flags in Iowa to be lowered to half-staff effective immediately until sunset on Saturday, April 21, 2018, in honor and remembrance…

Mason City student activists to hold event to recognize victims of gun violence

Mason City student activists to hold event to recognize victims of gun violence

MASON CITY – The Mason City High School Student Activist Group has organized an event to stand in solidarity with the student victims of gun violence. This event will be…

Illegal alien sent to prison for using fake doc’s to get job in Northwood

Illegal alien sent to prison for using fake doc’s to get job in Northwood

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Starbucks to close all stores for one day of “racial-bias education”

Starbucks to close all stores for one day of “racial-bias education”

MASON CITY – If you are looking for some pricy java from Starbucks on May 29, you’ll have to go elsewhere, as the popular coffee chain plans to shut down…