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Humane Society's Fall Festival fundraiser is Sunday in Mason City - America News
Humane Society's Fall Festival fundraiser is Sunday in Mason City36 minutes ago
MASON CITY | The Humane Society of North Iowa will host its 18th annual Fall Festival fundraiser from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 24, at the National Guard Armory, 1160 19th St. SW in Mason City.
Weaver a candidate for Mason City at-large council seat - America News
Weaver a candidate for Mason City at-large council seat 2 hours ago
MASON CITY | Former City Councilman Max Weaver, who lost a race for the Third Ward council seat on Tuesday, announced Thursday he is a candidate for the at-large council seat in the November election.
Foster, Marquardt newest candidates for Mason City council seats - America News
Foster, Marquardt newest candidates for Mason City council seats 3 hours ago
MASON CITY | Two candidates filed for City Council seats in Mason City's Second and Fourth wards on Thursday.
Reed, UI vice president for Research and Economic Development, plans to step down - America News
Reed, UI vice president for Research and Economic Development, plans to step down 4 hours ago
Dan Reed, the University of Iowa vice president for Research and Economic Development, will be stepping down from the position this fall, the UI announced Thursday. Reed is stepping down due to a recent health event, UI President Bruce Harreld said in the
Algona organization seeks female applicants for $1K higher education award - America News
Algona organization seeks female applicants for $1K higher education award 4 hours ago
ALGONA | The Soroptimist International of Algona is seeking applicants for its Live Your Dream Awards program.
Mason City High School announces homecoming court (with photos) - America News
Mason City High School announces homecoming court (with photos) 6 hours ago
MASON CITY | Mason City High School has announced its homecoming court.
Mason City 'picker' has dealt antiques for 47 years - America News
Mason City 'picker' has dealt antiques for 47 years 10 hours ago
MASON CITY | When Mark Dawson walks into his office, he has quite a few stories to tell about what he's done for almost the past half-century.
Griswold 2017 Homecoming Theme: There’s No Place Like Homecoming - America News
Griswold 2017 Homecoming Theme: There’s No Place Like Homecoming 14 hours ago
GRISWOLD – Griswold students and staff are celebrating homecoming this week with the theme - There’s no place like homecoming.
Coca-Cola Days “Celebrating Our 25th Anniversary” - America News
Coca-Cola Days “Celebrating Our 25th Anniversary” 14 hours ago
Coca-Cola Days, presented by Atlantic Bottling Company, will be held Sept. 22-23 in downtown Atlantic. The event is the second biggest collector’s show in the United States and includes a tailgate barbeque open to the public, a Show, Swap and…
UI intramurals and Special Olympics Iowa team up to start new flag football league - America News
UI intramurals and Special Olympics Iowa team up to start new flag football league 15 hours ago
UI intramural teams up with Special Olympics Iowa to start a Flag Football League. By Andy Mitchell andrew-mitchell@uiowa.edu On Wednesday evening, Aug. 20, University of Iowa intramural sports collaborated with Special Olympics Iowa to kick off the first
Decades and decades of Hawkdom - America News
Decades and decades of Hawkdom 15 hours ago
Marilyn Neely won’t hesitate to tell you about her love for the Hawkeyes—even after 70 years. By James Geerdes james-geerdes@uiowa.edu “Once a Hawkeye, always a Hawkeye.” These are the words of 89-year-old Marilyn Neely, who has attended every Iowa
Outdoor rental center introduces paddleboards - America News
Outdoor rental center introduces paddleboards 15 hours ago
The University of Iowa Recreational Services is now offering a new way for the UI community to enjoy the outdoors. By Emily Wangen emily-wangen@uiowa.edu Recently, the UI Recreational Services added stand-up paddleboards to the list of equipment that can
A lasting legacy: Harlan Family Establishes Memorial Scholarship in Joan’s Honor - America News
A lasting legacy: Harlan Family Establishes Memorial Scholarship in Joan’s Honor 15 hours ago
ATLANTIC - The Harlan family has established a Memorial Scholarship - the Joan Harlan Memorial Nursing Scholarship - in honor of all the exceptional nursing care given to Joan Harlan, after an accident, to help nursing students through the Iowa…
Head out to the Farm: Local farm tours planned for Sunday - America News
Head out to the Farm: Local farm tours planned for Sunday 15 hours ago
ATLANTIC - Want to learn about locally grown food, organic and conventional farm operations, and more? The second annual Local Food and Farming Celebration will be held this weekend, on Sunday, from 1-5 p.m. at farms around Atlantic and Elk…
Two vehicle accident on Seventh and Hickory - America News
Two vehicle accident on Seventh and Hickory 15 hours ago
ATLANTIC - A two vehicle accident resulted in injuries to one driver on Thursday night at about 7:30 p.m.
Hurricane Harvey relief effort
Hurricane Harvey relief effort "good to go" 15 hours ago
ATLANTIC - With Hurricane Irma taking aim at Florida and the south eastern U.S., so soon after Hurricane Harvey, many are keeping an eye on the storm, including Shawn Holloway, of Holloway and Sons Trucking.
Walnut Mayor to run for re-election - America News
Walnut Mayor to run for re-election 15 hours ago
WALNUT - When Walnut voters go to the polls on Nov. 7 there will be three at-large city council members and the mayor up for re-election. According to Walnut City Clerk Terri Abel, along with Mayor Gene Larsen, council members…
Voters head to polls for School  Elections - America News
Voters head to polls for School Elections 15 hours ago
SOUTHWEST IOWA - Voters will be headed to the polls tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 12, to vote on school board candidates and in some areas, school related public measures. In Cass County there is only one contested race - with three…
Audubon Council to look at additional road work - America News
Audubon Council to look at additional road work 15 hours ago
With water, sewer and road work projects underway in Audubon, the council will look at additional work along South Division between Third Avenue and Seventh during their regular council meeting at 5:30 p.m. tonight.