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Upcoming ISU Webinars planned for Charles City

Upcoming ISU Webinars planned for Charles City

CHARLES CITY, IA – As the Emerald Ash Borer closes in, Ash Trees will soon be gone from our view, at least for awhile. If you’re concerned about how, or what will replace them, you’ll want to tune into the ISU Webinar that is being put on to address that very issue. Leslie Milius talks

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New Hampton Plans Sept Golf Outing

New Hampton, Iowa – With schools opening once again across the area, its time for fall activities to get underway in New Hampton. Jason Speltz of the New Horizons Chamber says that with the very busy end of summer they decided to move the annual Chamber Golf Outing to hopefully make scheduling a little easier:

Duane Hanson LOTTERY

Big Lottery Winner in Osage

OSAGE, IA – Duane Hanson bought a lottery ticket last night (Wed) at the Casey’s Story in Osage . When he checked his numbers this (Thurs) morning he found that he had won, and won big. He wasted no time and picked up his daughter and headed straight to the Lottery office in Mason City.

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HS Freshmen Learn Valuable Life Skills

CHARLES CITY (IOWA) Charles City High School freshmen enjoyed a unique learning opportunity  implementing  and experiencing  “respect” this week, and what that really means.  Ninth grade students are assisted in the respect retreat by Youth Frontiers, an organization focused on building communities where students thrive socially, emotionally and academically. Megan Lee Erickson is the Retreat

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CC Freshman experience special Retreat on Wed

CHARLES CITY (IOWA) R-E-S-P-E-C-T that’s the goal for the Charles City High School freshmen on Wednesday when they take a day, go off campus, and have an opportunity to learn about, implement, and experience respect.  It’s a transition exercise for freshmen, a chance for them to move from the middle school, where there is a

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Water Superintendant resigns after less than 2 months

CHARLES CITY, IA – During the Charles City Council workshop meeting on Monday, City Administrator, Steve Diers, announced that Charles City Water Treatment Plant superintendent, Mark Christianson, has resigned from his position. Christianson, who came to Charles City from Humboldt, only began his duties last month and is resigning for personal reasons, which Diers said