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C City Farmer celebrates 104th Birthday

C City Farmer celebrates 104th Birthday

Local Farmer Celebrates 104th Birthday CHARLES CITY, IA – Have you ever thought “Will I reach 100?´ Well one Charles City Farmer has joined that elite group of centurions….and gone beyond. Today marks Guy Lines 104th Birthday. Guy lives at the Cedar Health Care Nursing Home in Charles City and his friend Dennis Sanvig was

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NIACC easy registration continues thru Fri

MASON CITY, IA – Schools are starting all across north Iowa and maybe you’ve thought of going back to school yourself but just don’t know where, or how to start. Terri Ewers is Vice president of Student Affairs at NIACC and says that you’re not alone, and non traditional students are one of the the

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CCHS Drama Department to Present Musical

CHARLES CITY, IA – The CCHS Drama Department is proud to announce the fall musical production of FOOTLOOSE, based on the stage adaptation by Dean Pitchford and Walter Bobbie, music by Tom Snow, and Lyrics by Dean Pitchford. The performances will be Friday, November 7, and Saturday, November 8, at 7:30 pm in the Charles

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School begins this week in Charles City

CHARLES CITY (IOWA) Drivers are warned to be on the alert in Charles City as school teachers, staff, and administration are preparing for students to come back to school this week. The first day of school for the 2014-15 school year for middle school and high school students is Wednesday, August 20, 2014. The first

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Charles City Field Day offers view of conservation practices

Charles City, IA – Ann and Jon Schneckloth care about the land they farm, which shows in the many conservation practices they have installed. Now the rural Charles City couple, along with other experts, will show those successful practices and share what they’ve learned during a field day on September 6. “Planting and managing for

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Floyd County Attorney Passes Away

Charles City, IA – Floyd County Attorney Normand Klemesrud passed away on Sunday at Hospice of North Iowa. He was 67. In January, he had announced he was not seeking re-election this fall. Klemesrud was elected as Floyd County attorney in 1992 and resigned in 1994 to return to private practice. Assistant County Attorney Marilyn

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NIACC targeting Non-traditional Students

MASON CITY, IA -If you’ve ever thought about furthering your education but thought you’d never be able to fit it into your schedule, or your budget, then think again. Terri Ewers is the Vice President of student affairs at NIACC, and says they are currently focusing on “non-traditional” students, and NOW is the time to

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First State Bank and Winnebago Ind Present The Texas Tenors

Mason City, IA – First State Bank Belmond and Winnebago Industries Foundation proudly present The Texas Tenors as they take the stage at the North Iowa Community Auditorium on the NIACC campus at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, September 5, 2014.  Tickets are $40 in advance.  All tickets purchased on the day of the show and at the

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