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Business Professionals go back to School

Business Professionals go back to School

CHARLES CITY, IA – Business professionals are attending Charles City High School today to see how students learn, and in turn, communicate to CCHS staff what is needed for students to become successful business professionals. The Charles City Back to School Project will engage community members by having them become students for half a day.


Dan Cox comments on IDOE ruling  

Charles City, IA – With the Iowa Department of Educations announcement that they would be more strictly enforcing the Iowa Code pertaining to school start dates, many parents are asking, how will this affect us? According to state code, school start dates are not supposed to fall before the week of Labor Day. Charles City

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Crop Clinic in Floyd Co this Wed   

Charles City, IA – The Floyd County Extension office is holding crop clinic this Wed. in Charles City. Leslie Milius says soybean diseases and the farm Bill will be discussed: The crop clinic starts Wed at 9:00 for more information or to get signed up call the ISU extension office in Charles City 228-1453.

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Cresco Man Charged For Allegedly Threatening Hunters

Cresco, Iowa – A rural Cresco man was charged after allegedly threatening hunters near his property. Ralph Leroy Flugge, 61, was charged with two counts of threats of terrorism against hunters on Friday, both Class D felonies. He was released on $5,000 bond. During execution of a search warrant at Flugge’s home on Friday, law


Give the Gift of Fitness this season 

New Hampton, IA – If your still looking for a gift idea, how about giving the gift of fitness?  Starting now through the end of December the Chickasaw Wellness Complex is waiving their application fee and Emily Kleiss says it’s the perfect time to sign up: Single memberships start at $15.75 per month or get

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State Move Could Mean Schools Will Start Later In Summer

Des Moines, Iowa (AP) – The Iowa Department of Education says it will stop granting automatic waivers to school districts seeking to start classes earlier in the summer. Department director Brad Buck sent a letter Friday to state education leaders saying the change is effective immediately. The announcement came shortly after Gov. Terry Branstad sent