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2nd of 3

Republican Governor Kim Reynolds and Democratic challenger Fred Hubbell met for an often combative debate in Sioux City last night. The hour long forum provided a number of back and forths between ...Read more

Art Stroll

You’ll be able to see and visit with the work of over 20 artists during the Art Stroll Under One Roof at the Hellberg Building. Art and Frame on Main, along with Hellberg’s Jewelers are hosting ...Read more

Scouting For Food

For the 28th year, Cubs Scouts and Boy Scouts will fan out across Marshalltown on Saturday to gather your donations of non-perishable food items for the Scouting for Food campaign. Chairman Tom ...Read more

Sodders Withdraws

Steve Sodders has pulled out of the race for the Marshall County Auditor/Recorder’s position in the upcoming election. In a post on Facebook, Sodders indicated he could not commit the “…full ...Read more

Vandals Costing $$$$

Damage to public art has the Ames Public Art Commission asking the public to keep an eye on the public displays after spending thousands of dollars to repair damage caused by vandals. The ...Read more

Richards Plea

The man accused of stabbing an I-S-U student to death on a golf course in Ames has entered a written plea of not guilty. Twenty-two-year-old Collin Richards entered the plea in Story County ...Read more

Tuesday Meetings

The Marshall County Board of Supervisors meet at nine this morning. Meanwhile the Ames City Council meets in Special session at six this evening, partially to go into closed session in regards to ...Read more

Speaking Up

During this month when we think of what makes chills run up and down your spine, we’re usually think Halloween. Even scarier for a lot of folks than ghouls and goblins is speaking in front of a ...Read more