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The Salvation Army is back in business at its headquarters on West State Street in Marshalltown. All of its programs will again be operated out of that location. The Army’s building, of course, ...Read more

Marshalltown Meetings

  While it was originally slated for a “full” meeting, the Marshalltown City Council will instead host a discussion only meeting at 5:30 tonight at the Marshalltown Public Library. The agenda ...Read more

No Sign Of Mollie

The search for Mollie Tibbetts continues, with the reward for her return now exceeding 260-thousand dollars. confirmed the body of a woman in her early to mid 20s found in rural Lee County over the ...Read more

Ottumwa Shooting

A shootout with Ottumwa police left one suspect dead near an elementary school where about 40 children were attending summer day camp on Friday afternoon, that city’s police chief said. The Des ...Read more

ARL Still To The Rescue

One class of area residents which continues to struggle post tornado are pets. The Animal Rescue League was without power and internet until just a few days ago. The shelter is now up and running ...Read more

Red Cross Still On The Job

The American Red Cross’ presence continues to be evident around the Marshalltown area. Pam Erickson says the red Cross has moved past the response phase to the recovery phase. During the response ...Read more

Tibbets Update

The ante has been upped in the effort to find missing Mollie Tibbetts. Mollies mother, Laura Caulderwood says they’ve already raised 172-thousand dollars to offer as a reward for information ...Read more

Resources Update

Hope United Methodist Church will be open for those who are in need of supplies such as clothes, sheets, towels and toiletries this weekend. Hours today are one to five and tomorrow 10 to 2. At ...Read more

Supreme Court Choice

A judge from Harlan was the pick of Governor Kim Reynolds to fill a vacancy on the Iowa Supreme Court. Susan Christensen, who has been a district court judge since 2015, was one of three women ...Read more