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Mercy Air Called for Collision in Rural Riceville

Mercy Air Called for Collision in Rural Riceville

  RICEVILLE, IA – On Fri afternoon at approximately 4:00, 16 year old Tyler Felper of Riceville was eastbound on 70th Street when he apparently became distracted and lost control of the 1994 Ford Explorer that he was driving.  According to a report from the Iowa State Patrol the vehicle rolled multiple times and Felper

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ISU Agronomist Comments on Fall Harvest 

CHARLES CITY, IA – With fall in full swing Harvest is also getting underway across north Iowa. Terry Basol is the Iowa State University Extension Agronomist for Northeast Iowa and he commented on the area soybean crops: Basol says that most of the corn is still in the field but he says in spite of

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Epic Halloween Hike this Tues

IONIA,  IA – Chickasaw Co Conservation is holding their annual Halloween Hike this coming Tues. County Naturalist Matt Crayne says its a popular event that is coordinated with neighboring Conservation Boards working together. The theme of this year’s hike is “An Epic Halloween”: The Epic Halloween Hike will be this Tues evening with 4 different

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Mercy Medical Center North Iowa Presents Darlene Love

MASON CITY, IA – Mercy Medical Center North Iowa proudly presents Darlene Love, as she takes the stage at the North Iowa Community Auditorium on the NIACC campus at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 25, 2014.  Tickets, row A-V, are $45 in advance; tickets, row W-Z, are $35 in advance.  All tickets purchased on the

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Nurtured Heart Approach offered in Greene

GREENE, IA  – The Nurtured Heart Approach classes are being offered in Greene. The Instructor is Gaylene Vickers and she says which The Nurtured Heart is called a parenting class, it is really so much more and the techniques can be applied to many situations in everyday life: The program was designed by Howard Glasser and

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CC School hopes to construct New Athletic Complex

CHARLES CITY, IA – Sportsmen’s Park is no longer viable as a long term usable field for high school baseball or softball. Recurring flooding prevents students from holding practice or regular games on the diamond. Despite the best efforts of the City of Charles City and the School District working together to try and find

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Haunted Hustle early bird deadline

NEW HAMPTON, IA – The New Hampton Haunted hustle and Scary Scurry are still a couple of weeks away, but the early bird savings deadline is this Fri. Emily Kleiss with the Chickasaw Wellness Complex says there are a couple of good reasons to get signed up early: Registration on Oct 25th will begin at

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Floyd Co Jail Brainstorming meeting TONIGHT

CHARLES CITY, IA – There will be a meeting tonight to discuss the future of the Floyd County jail. A previous inspection of the jail that found the space no longer meets the needs of the community and tonights meeting is designed as a brainstorming session to discuss what the future of the jail might look like.

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Chickasaw County Jail Inspection Report 

NEW HAMPTON, IA – The Chickasaw County Supervisors had a review of the recent jail inspection at the Board of Supervisor meeting this week. Chief Deputy Marty talked about some of the concerns that were noted: The inspection was performed by State Jail Inspector Delbert Langley who gave the Chickasaw Co facility good marks over

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