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Building To Be Razed

The Marshalltown City Council has voted to accept a payment from the insurance company for the Senior Citizens building, damaged in the tornado. The expectation is that the city will raze the ...Read more

City Terminates Agreement

The Council also voted to terminate the agreement with the YMCA-YWCA for management of the Aquatic Center. Reasons revolved around cost savings, as opposed to paying the Y, along with concerns ...Read more

Green Light For E-15

A White House official says President Trump has ordered the E-P-A to set the wheels in motion for the year-round sale of gasoline blended with 15 percent ethanol. Currently, gasoline with 10 ...Read more

Monday Meetings

The Marshalltown City Council will meet at 5:30 tonight with a number of items on the agenda. Those include accepting a cash value payment for the Senior Citizens Center, as part of the consent ...Read more

Deadly Fire

A Huxley man is dead after a house fire yesterday morning. Firefighters were called to the blaze around six a.m.  When they arrived two daughters has escaped, but they had to break through a ...Read more

Time To Vote

Today is the first day “early” voting is allowed in Iowa for the November election. Iowa Democrats are holding “First Voter Rallies” in a dozen counties. Fred Hubbell, the ...Read more

Coliseum Update

Like many other tornado damaged buildings, work has been ongoing at the Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum. With the building deemed structurally sound, the City will be taking another look at how to ...Read more

March For Our Lives

Marshalltown Mayor Joel Greer is one of three mayors in Iowa to support a gun-control initiative by the group March For Our Lives. The organization is working to get young voters to register to ...Read more

Iowa River-Tama Update

The Flood Warning continues for The Iowa River near Tama Hwy E49, or From Timber Creek near Le Grand...to Salt Creek near Belle Plaine. * Until Monday morning. * At 8:00 PM Thursday the ...Read more

Courthouse Update

So, how are things going when it comes to repairs at the Marshall County Courthouse? Local media got a tour of the inside of the structure yesterday, led by Building and Grounds Supervisor Lucas ...Read more