Looking At The Cuts

A panel of lawmakers met this week to review the dozens of state tax credits that are available. Republican Representative Pat Grassley of New Hartford, a member of the committee, is also ...Read more

Overnight Blaze

An attic fire rustled Marshalltown firefighters out of bed early this morning. The blaze at 206 N. 1st Avenue was reported just before two this morning. Firefighters found the cause of the fire to ...Read more

Be Safe Tonight!

Even with snow flying and very chilly temperatures in the 20s, many Iowa kids won’t let wintery weather get in the way of trick-or-treating.  In Marshalltown, the official time for kids of ...Read more

Ready To Work?

It only took about fifteen minutes to set the stage for work to begin on the renovation of the Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum at a special City Council meeting. All told, the cost of the project now ...Read more

Insurance Agent Charged

An insurance agent from Ankeny has been charged with fraud by the state Insurance Division. The charges against Lawrence Roberts center on an investigation that began in March. Roberts is accused ...Read more

FFA Invades Indy

Iowa will be exceptionally well represented at this year’s National F-F-A Convention and Expo, which opens this morning in Indianapolis. Scott Johnson, executive director of the Iowa F-F-A ...Read more

Further Info

A few details have emerged in the wake of Saturday’s incident at Jack Trice Stadium where a fan fell from the second deck. Iowa State released a statement saying there were multiple injuries ...Read more

Making Choices

When it came down to decision time, the Marshalltown City Council leaned towards not borrowing over eight million dollars in general obligation bonds, taking some projects off the front burner. By ...Read more