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Meet Shopko’s new store manager Robin Ortiz Aug. 31

August 25, 2016 “It’s a great place to work and I’m happy to come to it every day,” Robin Ortiz, the new manager at the Shopko Hometown Store at 1006 South County Rd. (U.S. Highway 63) in Toledo said last week. more »»

South Tama schools open for 2016-17 year

August 25, 2016 Toledo American Legion Post 72 member Pat Johnson raises the U.S. Flag during opening day ceremonies at the South Tama Elementary School in Tam. more »»

LeGrand to celebrate 125th anniversary Saturday

August 25, 2016 The library will have a display of historic photos and memorabilia celebrating LeGrand’s Quasquicentennial. more »»

MCC offers opportunities for welding classes

August 25, 2016 MARSHALLTOWN- Want to become a welder? First you need to learn the basics and Iowa Valley Continuing Education has four opportunities for you! Basic Welding (includes TIG Welding), IND 5500. more »»

Toledo Ambulance Runs

August 25, 2016 Aug. 11 12:52 p.m.- 403 Grandview Drive to Central Iowa Halthcare, Marshalltown (CIH) 2:33 p.m.- 501 S. Willow- no transport 4:54 p.m.- 403 Grandview Drive to CIH 8:23 p.m.- 1403 S. more »»

Tama county road E49 reopened west of Tama

August 25, 2016 Tama County Supervisors met with County Engineer Lyle Brehm on Monday, Aug. 22, for his weekly report. more »»

Contracts finalized as 2016-17 school year begins

August 24, 2016 South Tama School Board members finalized a number of personnel contracts Monday night, Aug. 15, as the school year is set to begin today - Aug. 24. more »»

Sentences upheld in 2nd degree murders

August 24, 2016 READ: The entire 22-page ruling accompanies this story - Click pdf Gordon Lasley Jr. more »»

Toledo Police Blotter

August 24, 2016 Monday, Aug. more »»

Tama County meets Storm Ready qualifications

August 23, 2016 The StormReady program helps community leaders and residents prepare for hazardous weather and flooding. more »»

Will the REAL JIM CAMPBELL have the right photo in the newspaper?

August 23, 2016 The photo accompanying an article about former Montour resident and STC graduate Jim Campbell’s success in the comic book world had a photo of Jim accompanying it. last week in The News-Herald. more »»

Tama Ambulance Runs

August 23, 2016 Aug. 7 4:16 a.m.- Meskwaki Casino- No Transport- Medical 1:58 p.m.- 600 Block John St. to Central Iowa Healthcare, Marshalltown (CIH)- Medical- 13:58 Aug. 8 7:51 p.m.- 700 Block State St. more »»

Orpheum director reports on planning, activities

August 22, 2016 MARSHALLTOWN – Orpheum Theater Center Director Bob Untiedt has been on the job for just a handful of months, but in that time he’s studied the Orpheum’s history, expanded the Advisory Committee,... more »»

Tama County Fair Queen at State Fair coronation

August 22, 2016 Tama County Fair Queen Madeline Mussig, participates in the 2016 Iowa State Fair Queen Coronation Ceremony on Aug. 13. more »»

Tama County Jail Bookings & Arrests

August 22, 2016 Note: Arrest or citation for a crime is not a determination of guilt. Guilt or innocence is always determined in a court of law. July 31 9:45 a.m. more »»

Call for Bible volunteers for seven-day reading

August 21, 2016 Pastor Kenny Mervin was granted the use of the Tama County Courthouse lawn for Bible reading. more »»

Grace Community Church Bible School honors law enforcement

August 21, 2016 Vacation Bible School students at the Grace Community Church in Toledo had a special treat for Toledo Police Chief Bob Kendall and Sgt. Dan Quigley in recognition of their role. more »»

Grinnell Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Tag Day finds tech success

August 21, 2016 The Grinnell Regional Medical Center Auxiliary seeks your support with Tag, You’re It campaign to ongoing healthcare projects. more »»

Toleod Fire Department Repsonses

August 21, 2016 Aug. 7 4:46 p.m.- 201 S. Green- false alarm 6:10 p.m.- 104 S. more »»

Forming volunteer team to aid Tama County Sheriff’s searches

August 20, 2016 The Tama County Sheriff’s Office has been working on a plan to be employed in the event of a child abduction should one ever take place here. more »»

 
 

 

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