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FEMA

New EMA is getting a feel for the area 

Charles City, IA – New Floyd County EMA Coordinator Lezlie McCrabb has been on the job for about a month and is starting to get feel for what needs to be done. McCrabb, who hails from West Liberty, says it has been a bit overwhelming getting started she definitely has a plan for what she

Local & State Sports

Scoring the winning points at a basketball game

Local Sports Results and Preview (1/30)

The Charles City Comet girls basketball team was in non conference action against Dike New Hartford.  The Comet girls had no answer for the height advantage the Wolverines had and went down 62-31.  Jamie Sindlinger led the Comets with 15 points as the Charles City girls fall to 7-9 overall.  The Comet girls will be

Obituaries

Funeral Announcement

Dorothy M. Moetsch, 83, New Hampton

Dorothy M. Moetsch, age 83 of New Hampton, IA passed away on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester, MN. Funeral services for Dorothy will be held at 10:30 AM on Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at Trinity Lutheran Church in New Hampton, IA with Pastor Kevin Frey and Pastor Cindy Krause officiating.

Politics

Prichard Official 2013

Prichard Appointed To Key Committees In Iowa House

Des Moines, Iowa – House Democratic Leader Mark Smith of Des Moines has appointed Representative Todd Prichard of Charles City to several key posts for the upcoming 2015 legislative session. Prichard was selected by his peers to serve as an assistant leader earlier this month. He was selected to serve on the Ways and Means,

RSS State News

  • Projected snow totals increased for the weekend January 30, 2015
    It appears more snow will be falling in Iowa this weekend than previously forecast. National Weather Service meteorologist Jeff Zogg says it will be a “long duration” snow event affecting most of — if not the entire — state. “Right now we’re expecting south-central into southeast Iowa, basically locations from Interstate 80 to the south […]
    Pat Curtis
  • Education session on preventing human trafficking held at Evansdale truck stops January 30, 2015
    The United States Attorney for the Northern District of Iowa and the leader of the state’s Motor Vehicle Enforcement (MVE) Division were on hand at two Evansdale truck stops in eastern Iowa today to talk about human trafficking. U.S. Attorney Kevin Techau says the non-profit group “Trucker Against Trafficking” has help support the effort to […]
    Dar Danielson
  • Survey finds loss of confidence in some food labels January 30, 2015
    A survey finds a rising number of Iowans believe food labels are beneficial, but their confidence is falling in the trustworthiness of what some labels actually say. Aaron is spokesman for the Iowa Food and Family Project, which conducted the survey. “While the percentage of Iowans who find food labels helpful increased dramatically over the […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor
  • Lake Delhi getting closer to a refill January 30, 2015
    The board overseeing Lake Delhi in eastern Iowa opened bids Thursday for the final phase of the project to restore the lake. Flood waters from the Maquoketa River caused the dike beside the dam to collapse in July of 2010 and all the water drained out of the lake, leaving the homeowners and businesses in […]
    Dar Danielson
  • Stacyville chief called to fight a fire at his boyhood home January 30, 2015
    Imagine being a firefighter and being dispatched to fight a fire at an address that’s all-too familiar. It happened this week to a north-central Iowa fire chief after flames struck the house where he grew up. Stacyville firefighters were called shortly after 11:00 A.M. on Thursday to the home of Joan Adams. She’s the mother […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor

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