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Keeping our kids healthy

September 6, 2016 With school now back in full swing, Stacey Tool-Crawford, District Nurse/Marshalltown High School Nurse, shares tips and advice about ways to keep students healthy and help prevent the spread of... more »»

Marshalltown Airport to host open house

September 6, 2016 “Planes, Pancakes and Classic Cars” is the theme for the third annual Airport Open House at the Marshalltown Airport from 7-11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 17. more »»

Supervisors, candidates discuss minimum wage

September 5, 2016 County supervisors in Johnson, Linn, Polk and Wapello counties are considering increasing or already have increased the minimum wage above the federal and state rate of $7.25 per hour. more »»

Livestrong kicks off fall sessions

September 5, 2016 Dr. David Thomas and Sharon Bergman of Marshalltown are cancer survivors. The disease had robbed them of strength, balance, flexibility, and the desire to be physically active. more »»

Regents’ budget idea has challenges because of state funding allowances

September 5, 2016 DES MOINES — The board that oversees Iowa’s three public universities says its plan for a new two-year budget system will bring more predictability to tuition expenses for students and their... more »»

Early-morning hunting

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City manager candidates slated to visit

September 4, 2016 The telephone interviews with five city administrator candidates are finished. more »»

CIH and Foundation host inaugural free mammogram clinic

September 4, 2016 A free mammogram clinic was held for the first time at the Central Iowa Healthcare Outpatient Center recently. more »»

Calling local collectors

September 4, 2016 Do you collect something interesting or unusual? And do you live in Marshalltown or the surrounding area? If so, T-R staff writer Sara Jordan-Heintz wants to hear from you. more »»

Earthquake rattles Oklahoma

September 4, 2016 OKLAHOMA CITY — A record-tying earthquake in the edge of Oklahoma’s key energy-producing areas rattled the Midwest from Illinois to the southwest part of Texas on Saturday, bringing fresh attention... more »»

Mankato instructor tailors classes to female gun owners

September 4, 2016 MANKATO, Minn. — Most of the students in Tobias Leonard’s conceal and carry gun permit class are like Minnesota State University students Samantha Roehl and Allyson Hlavka. more »»

Cornell University welcomes 12-year-old college freshman

September 4, 2016 ITHACA, N.Y. — When he was 2, Jeremy Shuler was reading books in English and Korean. At 6, he was studying calculus. more »»

French uproar creates opportunity for Israeli burkini makers

September 4, 2016 HOD HASHARON, Israel — France’s burkini controversy is boosting the bottom line for Israeli makers of modest women’s swimwea. more »»

Police losing battle to stop drivers from texting

September 4, 2016 WEST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. — State troopers in Chattanooga, Tennessee, have been known to patrol in a tractor-trailer so they can sit up high and spot drivers texting behind the wheel. more »»

US and China join global climate deal

September 4, 2016 HANGZHOU, China — Setting aside their cyber and maritime disputes, President Barack Obama and China’s President Xi Jinping on Saturday sealed their nations’ participation in last year’s Paris climat... more »»

Duterte declares ‘state of lawlessness’ after bomb kills 14

September 4, 2016 DAVAO, Philippines — Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte declared a nationwide “state of lawlessness” Saturday after suspected Abu Sayyaf extremists detonated a bomb that killed 14 people and... more »»

Pope hails volunteers on eve of Mother Teresa sainthood

September 4, 2016 VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis on Saturday denounced what he called the modern-day sin of indifference to hunger, exploitation and other suffering, while commending the example of Mother Teresa on the... more »»

‘Making a Connection’

September 3, 2016 STATE CENTER — A series of three Marshall County Farm Bureau “Making the Connection” ag tours began south of State Center Thursday evening with aronia berry grower Tom Dobbin. more »»

Local Crime Stoppers celebrates first anniversary

September 3, 2016 From its inauguration Sept. 1, 2015, to the first tip logged two days later, to the first arrest, the Marshall County Crime Stoppers program is a proven crime-fighter. more »»



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