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Large Turnout for City Planning Session Dog Ordinance Discussion

Large Turnout for City Planning Session Dog Ordinance Discussion

Charles City, Iowa – City Council Planning sessions are usually not well attended gatherings, but with the discussion of the dog ordinance on their agenda, the Charles City meeting once again drew a number of interested residents. The city is looking into revamping the animal control ordinance which includes looking into defining breeds commonly seen as

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Floyd Co Supervisors Meeting Update  

Charles City, Iowa – Supervisors held 2 public hearings during their regular board proceedings on Tues. Supervisor Mark Kuhn outlines what the hearings were about: Another item covered was acknowledgement of the hiring of a new County Public Health Home Health Care Nurse: Larissa Koehler is an R.N. who will begin her duties with Floyd

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Family bike ride planned for June 13

CHARLES CITY, IA — Bicyclists of all ages are being invited to ride the scenic Charley Western Trailway on Saturday, June 13, as part of a day full of festivities along the riverfront in Charles City. The family bicycle ride, being organized through the Charles City Area Chamber of Commerce, will take place any time between

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Starr Pleads Not-Guilty In Charles City Assault Case

Charles City, Iowa – 26-year-old Lavonte Starr of Charles City has pleaded not guilty after allegedly attempting to strike a police officer with his van at Lantern Park Apartments in April. Starr was charged with assault on a peace officer with a dangerous weapon and first-degree criminal mischief. He also faces misdemeanor charges of operating

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CC School Year Wrap Up  

Charles City, Iowa –  Charles City School are getting ready for a big transition in August are hoping  to make it as smooth as possible for the elementary kids who will be affected next fall. School Superintendent Dan Cox explains how they have been working to introduce the teachers and students to the new system

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MidAmerican Energy offering cash for old appliances

Des Moines, Iowa – How much money are your appliances costing you? Older models use two to three times the power of new ones. That’s why MidAmerican Energy Company offers residential electric customers a free Appliance Recycling program that turns old appliances into cold, hard cash. Customers with a working refrigerator, freezer or room air

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Greene Library Celebrating Heroes

Greene, Iowa  – With the school year now at an end the Greens Library is getting ready to kick off their summer reading program. The Theme this year is Every Hero Has a Story and Library Director Cynthia Siemons says it all starts on June 1: The Library is open Monday 9:00-9:00 and Wednesday 9:00-9:00.

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