Author Archives: Kit Cameron

Casey Frederickson Sentencing

Sentence is passed on Casey Frederickson in Floyd County  

Sentence is passed on Casey Frederickson in Floyd County  

Charles City, Iowa – A very emotional video impact statement on the life of Evelyn Miller was presented to a crowded Floyd County Courtroom Monday afternoon, during the sentencing hearing for Casey Frederickson.  36 year old Frekerickson had been found guilty of first-degree murder and first-degree sexual abuse in the death of 5-year-old Evelyn Miller

Stebens Childrens Theatre

Stebens to Present Award Winning Play  

Mason City, Iowa – Stebens Children’sTheatre is proud to present the award winning play “Still Life with Iris”. This piece is the first play for young audiences to receive the Kennedy Center’s Fund for New American Plays Award.  Tom Ballmer is the Director at Stebens says “Still Life with Iris” is described as a fantastical

Reminder note

NS City Council meeting Tuesday 

Nora Springs, Iowa – The Nora Springs City Council is meeting Tuesday, May 12 at 7 p.m. at Nora Springs City Hall. The agenda includes: discussion of upcoming water and sewer rate increases and financing of the SRF Loan; website; Renee Bartling addressing the library annual report; Virgil Fett, Ravine; discussion the Nora Springs Water Source

Chicken in Lab

All Fowl Banned at Devonia Swap Meet  

Osage, Iowa – Due to the recent Avian Bird Flu outbreak, poultry and fowl will not be permitted on the grounds of this weekend’s Devonia Swap Meet in Floyd County. Doug Michael owns the property and organizes the event and says they just cannot accept any birds of any kind. He went on to say that


Chuck Town Fiesta This Friday

Charles City, Iowa – It’s time to think Chuck Town Fiesta! Charles City is celebrating Cinco De Mayo this week in Charles City. Chamber Director Mark Wicks says that the festival will be this Friday and tickets will limited: At 7 p.m., there will be a special Mexican dance presentation. Games and food will be

New Hampton Library

NH Referendum Fails in Special Election

New Hampton, Iowa – The New Hampton Bond Referendum failed to get the 60% needed to pass in yesterday’s special election. A total of 485 votes were cast, with 146 voting in favor of the measure and 339 voting against the City issuing bonds to build an addition to the New Hampton Public Library.