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Emerald Ash Borer a looming threat

Emerald Ash Borer a looming threat

CHARLES CITY, IA – With the Emerald Ash Borer being found last fall in Bremer Charles City officials are concerned and have decided its time to revamp the City’s tree ordinance. City Administrator Steve Diers shares what was discussed at a recent workshop meeting: The City will be looking into revising what trees will be

National Register of Historic Places Nomination

    CHARLES CITY, IA – An application for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places for the former Sherman Nursery Office Building in Charles City, as well as the three stone bridges on the property at 1300 Grove Street, is scheduled to be reviewed by the State National Register Nominations Review Committee on

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Time to Sign up for Summer 4H Programs

CHARLES CITY, IA – Many area kids have been working on fair projects for quite awhile and ISU Extension and Outreach wants any kids that might need or want some help with a fair project to know they are planning some workshops. Allison Hocking is has details on the workshops that are planned: Call the

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Community Needs Assessment Due Sat

X CHARLES CITY, IA – Charles City School Community Needs assessments are available and the deadine get the done is fast approaching. School Superintendant Dr Dan Cox stresses that everyone’s opinion is valuable says its very easy to complete the surveys which will really help the school district: The Surveys are due May 31st and

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SunShot program will now be Solar Ready Communities

  CHARLES CITY, IA -The Floyd Co Board of Supervisors received a thank you letter from the Iowa Economic Development Authority for agreeing to participate as a pilot community in the Iowa Statewide Solar Readiness Initiative. The letter went on to say that the program has been terminated but that IEDA will proceed with a

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Emergency Medical Services Week

  This week, May 18 through the 24, marks Emergency Medical Services week. It is a way to not only recognize those who work and volunteer their valuable time and services to their communities but is also a way to inform the public who depend on these services when the time arises. EMS is a vital community

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CCHS Kids are Going The Distance

CHARLES CITY, IA – Charles City High School Kids are learning about the importance of staying active. Family and Consumer Science Instructor Danee Lundberg says the “Going The Distance” Program started several years ago with the help of some students: Lundberg credits high school junior Lydia Boyd for all of her hard work in not

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