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GOP, White House clash on Secret Service scandal

October 10, 2014 WASHINGTON — Two years after a prostitution scandal rocked the Secret Service, a Republican congressman renewed allegations Thursday about possible involvement by a White House volunteer and said he... more »»

Iowa police trainer retires amid investigation

October 10, 2014 IOWA CITY — A 30-year Iowa Law Enforcement Academy instructor who retired during a state investigation into his workplace conduct said Thursday he left to spend more time with his new puppies. more »»

Iowa’s tax revenue likely to grow in coming months

October 10, 2014 DES MOINES — A panel of state budget experts on Thursday predicted modest growth in Iowa’s tax revenue for the current fiscal year. The Revenue Estimating Conference met to project state revenu. more »»

Marshall Town Center to undergo name change

October 9, 2014 Marshall Town Center will be renamed “Marshalltown Mall” in the coming weeks, as the property continues its revitalization efforts, said Ken Huge, general manager. more »»

Walking for a healthier state

October 9, 2014 More than 100 residents, many of them employees from Emerson-Process Management/Fisher Controls, Fareway and Hy-Vee, walked Wednesday at noon, doing their part to make Iowa the healthiest state in... more »»

Family homeless following fire

October 9, 2014 A family of six is homeless after a fire destroyed their Hardin County home. The Risius family lived in southern Hardin County along county road D-65 until a fire totaled it early Tuesday morning. more »»

College board updated on Iowa Valley Grinnell

October 9, 2014 The Iowa Valley Community College District Board was updated on programs going on at the Iowa Valley Grinnell campus during a meeting Wednesday in Marshalltown. more »»

Cancer can strike anyone

October 9, 2014 Editor’s Note: This is the latest in a series of stories highlighting the personal stories of those who are fighting or have battled cancer. more »»

Rotary working on eliminating polio worldwide

October 9, 2014 Imagine no longer being able to use your legs. Think about what it would be like to require an iron lung simply to breathe. That’s what it’s like to have polio. more »»

KC Hall to host open house Sunday

October 9, 2014 Volunteers with the Knights of Columbus Hall in Marshalltown have put countless hours of work into sprucing up the place. Now they are excited to show it off The KC Hall at 201 W. High St. more »»

US, allies chafing at Turkish inaction on Syria

October 9, 2014 ISTANBUL — As U.S. more »»

US Ebola patient dies; airport screening expanded

October 9, 2014 WASHINGTON — The first person diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. more »»

Smoke control system fails at new Iowa prison

October 9, 2014 IOWA CITY — Iowa’s new but empty $132 million maximum-security prison was built with a flawed smoke evacuation system that needs to be fixed for the safety of inmates, the Iowa Department of... more »»

Day of legal confusion leaves gay couples in limbo

October 9, 2014 LAS VEGAS — Confusion and uncertainty over gay marriage spread Wednesday as couples in Las Vegas wondered whether they’d be allowed to wed, and partners in Idaho dealt with disappointment after a U.S. more »»

Next edition of HealthCare.gov is unveiled

October 9, 2014 WASHINGTON — The Obama administration unveiled a new version of HealthCare.gov on Wednesday, with some improvements as well as at least one early mistake and a new challeng. more »»

3 win chemistry Nobel for super-zoom microscopes

October 9, 2014 STOCKHOLM — Three researchers won a Nobel Prize on Wednesday for giving microscopes much sharper vision than was thought possible, letting scientists peer into living cells with unprecedented detail... more »»

Right to work, minimum wage debated at Chamber forum

October 8, 2014 With less than one month to election day, incumbents and challenger honed their campaign skills before an audience of approximately 60 during the Marshalltown Area Chamber of Commerce’s candidate... more »»

Taking a bite out of bullying

October 8, 2014 Are the anti-bullying efforts in Marshalltown really making a difference? Marshalltown High School student Trey Quick thinks so after arriving three years ago. more »»

County to purchase 2,000 tons of road salt

October 8, 2014 Marshall County Engineer Paul Geilenfeldt plans to boost his stock of road salt with a purchase of 2,000 tons as the county prepares for winter. more »»

 
 
 

 

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