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Spook Walk 2014

19th  Annual Spook Walk a great success 

Charles City, IA – Another very successful Spook walk was held in Charles City Thurs night. Adrian Squier from the Charles City Chamber says it may have been the very best one yet: This was the 19th consecutive Spook walk and kids, parents and businesses all came out for the fun, and almost all got into

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A Volleyball On A Grunge Textured Background

Volleyball Postseason Underway

The Nashua Plainfield Husky Volleyball team was able to advance out of the first round of the Class 1A Region 5 tournament last night with a 3 sets to zero sweep of Riceville. Sets went 25-14, 25-10, 25-22. Briley Fisher was on fire for the Huskies last night as she recorded 17 kills and Kayla


Funeral Announcement

Raymond H. Jakel, 89, Nashua

Raymond H. Jakel age 89 of Nashua, Iowa, died Saturday, October 18, 2014, at 11th Street Chautauqua Guest Home in Charles City, Iowa. Funeral services will be held 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014, at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Nashua with Pastor Bill Nielson presiding. Internment will be held at Oak Hill Cemetery in



Natural Resource Commission to meet sept. 11 in Des Moines

Des Moines, Iowa – The Natural Resource Commission (NRC) of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources will meet 12:30 p.m., Sept. 11, at the Wallace State Office Building north parking lot, 502 East Ninth Street, in Des Moines. Commissions will tour the DMACC watershed and Big Creek State Park prior to the meeting leaving the

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  • King, Mowrer engage in feisty debate October 24, 2014
    The two major party candidates in Iowa’s fourth congressional district engaged in a bit of verbal combat tonight during a televised debate held at Buena Vista University in Storm Lake. Democrat Jim Mowrer of Boone criticized Congressman Steve King of Kiron for suggesting the American soldiers being sent into west Africa to deal with the […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • Former Clinton man given prison time for bank robbery October 23, 2014
    A former Clinton man has been sentenced to prison for robbing a bank last year. Police said 22-year-old Shane Hoiland entered the Lyon’s branch of the Clinton National Bank on February 25, 2013 and handed a teller a note demanding money. He left with cash that the teller placed in a paper bag. Hoiland was […]
    Pat Curtis
  • High School football playoff pairings will use a new format this year October 23, 2014
    The pairings for the upcoming high school football playoffs will have a much different look this season. Gone is the format from the past few years where the entire bracket is released for all six classes and instead the pairings will be put together after each round. Todd Tharp of the Iowa High School Athletic […]
    Todd Kimm
  • Davenport approves a coyote hunting ordinance October 23, 2014
    Residents of one of eastern Iowa’s largest cities may soon have fewer coyotes to torment them. Davenport aldermen have unanimously approved an ordinance allowing people who live on at least 10 acres of land inside city limits to hunt coyotes on their property. They can use either bows or shotguns. Residents say more and more […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor
  • Regents’ discussion of tuition increase turns to talk of another freeze October 23, 2014
    The Board of Regents held a discussion today on a proposed tuition increase at the three state schools. That discussion quickly turned to a proposal for another tuition freeze. Regent Larry McKibben of Marshalltown says he is concerned about figures showing Iowa college students graduating with the sixth highest debt load in the country. “I’m […]
    Dar Danielson

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