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Added To The List

Well, that didn’t take long. Less than 48 hours after the Board of Supervisors approved an emergency declaration due to flooding, the State of Iowa has added Marshall County to the list of those counties declared a

Fatal Accident

A Washington man was killed when his SUV ended up on its top in a ditch filled with water. 77-year old Jerry Lee Coblentz died in the accident yesterrdy on Highway 218 in Washington County. A passenger

Changes On Sports Betting?

While you may soon be able to place bets on sporting events in the state, you might not be able to lay some down on games involving college teams from Iowa. A House committee endorsed the proposal

V.P. Tours Flooding

It was the Vice President’s turn to tour the flood damage in Western Iowa and Eastern Nebraska. The word that came to mind for  Mike Pence; “crisis”. Pence stopped to pray with a small group of flood

Sentenced

A Newton man has been sentenced to seven years jail time for possession of a firearm by a felon. Bryan Odem was also ordered to serve three years of supervised release following his prison time. Odem pled

Ready To Vote?

The initial votes are in, it is now time for you to choose from among the top ten burgers in the state in the annual voting sponsored by the Iowa Beef Industry Council and Iowa Cattleman’s Association.

Tama Added To The List

More counties, including Tama, have been added to those eligible for disaster assistance through the state of Iowa. Governor Kim Reynolds also four other counties to that list yesterday. this morning the Marshall County Board of Supervisors

Flooding Help

The flooding has certainly not been as extensive here in central Iowa, but there are some folks who have suffered some damage. The Salvation Army is ready to assist in whatever way it can. Captain Pam Kasten

Chancellor Interviews

The field has been narrowed down to four for a new Chancellor at the Iowa Valley Community College District. The first finalist will be available during an open forum tomorrow night with a seven o’clock meeting. Retiring

Early Morning Call

Marshalltown firefighters were awakened by an early alarm Saturday morning. The reason? A house fire at 912 West Boone street. Flames on the first floor and smoke on the second floor greeted the fire department. An aerial