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Floyd Co Supervisors address Courthouse Safety

Charles City, IA – Courthouse Safety was a hot topic at the recent Floyd Co Supervisor meeting, as Active Shooter training and the addition of more and advanced security cameras were both on the agenda. Sheriff Rick Lynch believes the training is important for the courthouse employees and that Rick Busch is very knowledgeable on what

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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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  • Beware of bogus World Series tickets and Ebola email scams October 22, 2014
    With Game Two of the World Series tonight in Kansas City, many Iowans are planning road trips if they can snap up deals on tickets. Jim Hegarty, with the Better Business Bureau, says if you’re shopping at an online ticket broker, proceed with extreme caution. “I would really make sure to check their reputation, look […]
    Matt Kelley
  • Low income heating program provides protection from utility shut off October 22, 2014
    Winter is getting closer as the month of October winds down and a spokesman for the Iowa Utilities Board says low-income Iowans want to be sure they are signed up for heating assistance programs. Board spokesman Rob Hillesland says the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program can provide some help. “It’s also known as LIHEAP, […]
    Dar Danielson
  • Website calls Iowa a top place to retire October 22, 2014
    Wanna-be retirees may dream of swaying palm trees and gentle ocean breezes but it turns out, they should be thinking about Iowa instead. Hawaii ranks as the number-one destination for retirees, according to a study being released by MoneyRates.com, but Iowa is second on the list. The investment website rates the states based on several […]
    Matt Kelley
  • ‘Sleep-out’ events planned to raise awareness of the homeless October 22, 2014
    Several organizations across the state will be holding “sleep-out” events in the coming weeks to raise awareness about the homeless. The 10th annual Siouxland Sleep-Out is scheduled for November 7th, as people will spend the night outdoors at the Lewis and Clark Baseball Stadium in Sioux City. Organizer Cindy Wood remembers the first year of […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor
  • Boone woman dies in Greene County accident October 22, 2014
    One person was killed, another hurt, in a car-versus-semi crash in Greene County. Twenty-six-year-old Shannon Poole of Boone was pronounced dead at the scene Tuesday after the car she was driving collided head-on with a semi driven by 55-year-old Kenneth Ricke of Arcadia. According to the Iowa State Patrol, Poole’s car crossed the center line […]
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