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Putting safety first

July 26, 2016 Safety, it is something that we often take for granted. more »»

George Washington was right

July 24, 2016 Part of George Washington’s farewell address: Washington warns against foreign influence in domestic affairs and American meddling in European affairs. more »»

A heartfelt thank you

July 24, 2016 I am a new resident to Marshalltown and a proud employee of Central Iowa Healthcare. Late last week I was given some information that made me very uncomfortable. more »»

Vote yes on Aug. 2

July 23, 2016 Recently, the Marshall County Historical Society’s monthly program was presented by the Marshalltown Fire Department. Lt. more »»

Perspective needed on World War II monument

July 23, 2016 Referring to the July 12 Times-Republican item “More work completed at local World War II monument” I applause the addition they are doing. more »»

Thank you to everyone!

July 22, 2016 Thank you to all those involved in the “Grimes Farm Run … A Walk in the Park.” Over 100 runners and 50 volunteers enjoyed the spectacular weather on July 9. more »»

Not the America I envisioned

July 22, 2016 Republicans have met and they have revealed “what they stand for. more »»

Sodders is an exemplary politician

July 19, 2016 The first time I saw state Sen. Steve Sodders was a few years ago when he was being lauded and recognized for his work on behalf of Iowa Valley. more »»

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure

July 19, 2016 On Aug. 2, Marshalltown voters will have the opportunity to vote for a new public safety building. The importance of the timing of this building could not be more relevant or urgent. more »»

An amazing experience

July 16, 2016 I had the opportunity to listen to the community band play on the courthouse lawn. It was an impromptu opportunity so I didn’t get to stay as long as I would have liked. more »»

Thank you for the rebuttal

July 14, 2016 Thank you for printing Dean Brittenham’s excellent rebuttal (T-R July 7, 2016) to a recent guest editorial in which the writer listed firearms he felt “common people” should be allowed to own. more »»

Cemetery officials respond

July 1, 2016 Editor’s note: This is a copy of a letter sent to a local veteran who recently penned a letter to the editor about Riverside Cemetery. more »»

End the culture of war and guns

June 28, 2016 When it comes to war and violence, we are living in very challenging times. We have a serious problem that doesn’t seem to be getting any better, even with new laws we keep implementing. more »»

More needs to be done at Riverside Cemetery

June 25, 2016 On Memorial Day I visited the services at Riverside Cemetery. The people who were responsible for this program need to be thanked for their respect to these young warriors who have passed on. more »»

Trump should apologize

June 23, 2016 I believe Donald Trump needs to apologize to the handicapped of America very soon. I saw the film clip on TV of him shaking and making fun of someone. more »»

Pray for common sense

June 16, 2016 John Beisner Ames MSNBC commentator Lawrence O’Donnell responded to the Orlando shootings with the following: “Politicians always offer their thoughts and prayers. more »»

‘Cowboys in the Sky’ a great success

June 14, 2016 On May 13-14, we held the 14th annual “Cowboys In The Sky” Sid Roseland Calf Roping and Steer Wrestling event at the Marshall County Fairgrounds in Marshalltow. more »»

Food drive a success

June 12, 2016 The count is in. The 2016 Arresting Hunger Food Drive resulted in the collection of 1,594 total food items. It also resulted in the donation of $208 toward milk voucher. more »»

A great day for Kids Safety Camp

June 10, 2016 On June 3, more than 90 youngsters (grades 2-4) from Marshalltown and Marshall County converged on the YMCA-YWCA campus for the Kids Safety Camp. more »»

Serving our veterans

June 10, 2016 Our Iowa Veterans Home commandant speaks well for the residents and activities at our proud Marshalltown-based facility. more »»



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