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Ray Frederick Gallery celebrates 30th anniversary

October 8, 2017 How do art lovers celebrate the 30th anniversary of a gallery? They make sure it’s filled with artwork! This year marks the 30th anniversary of Marshalltown Community College’s Ray Frederick Gallery... more »»

Blood Drive set for Oct. 24 in Tama

October 8, 2017 A blood drive will be conducted on Tuesday, Oct. 24, from 2-6 p.m. at the Tama Civic Center, 305 Siegel. more »»

Dowtown Tama building is demolished

October 7, 2017 Razing the downtown Tama building at 242-244 West 3rd began Tuesday morning, Oct. 3. more »»

Fall Festival Sunday at Otter Creek Park

October 7, 2017 A family event featuring “The Insect Zoo,” Carly Rae Vannoy, Iowa’s Honey Queen, and hands-on activities including archery, air rifle shooting, making your own apple cider, and a craft station for... more »»

Tama County Jail Bookings & Arrests

October 7, 2017 Note: Arrest or citation for a crime is not a determination of guilt. Guilt or innocence is always determined in a court of law. Sept. 12 5:50 a.m. more »»

Another round on the Lincoln Highway Bridge: Michael says “Fix it, and fix it now”

October 6, 2017 “It boggles my mind I have to be here tonight to ask you to preserve a national treasure,” Anne Michael told the Tama City Council Monday night, Oct. 2. more »»

Grinnell hospital nears tie with UnityPoint, Des Moines and University of Iowa

October 6, 2017 The Grinnell Regional Medical Center board of directors unanimously voted this week to bring the medical center under the UnityPoint Health – Des Moines banne. more »»

Toledo Police Blotter

October 6, 2017 Thursday, Sept. more »»

Toledo Council holds work session with Tama County Day Care

October 5, 2017 ­­Enrollment at Tama County Day Care is doing well according to Amelia Kemper. The Toledo Council had a work session with the Day Care Board on Monday, Sept. 25. more »»

Elberon city election correction

October 5, 2017 It was incorrectly reported in the Sept. 27 Toledo Chronicle Bruce Swyter did not file for reelection for Elberon City Council. His term runs until 2019. more »»

Tama County District Court

October 5, 2017 Before Judge Mitchell E. Turner in Tama County District Court in Toledo: Nikki Lynn Steuhm, 37, Tama, entered a written guilty plea to 1st offense drunken driving. more »»

Tama Police Blotter

October 5, 2017 Friday, Sept. more »»

Discussion on future of 27-acre state complex in Toledo has been reset Oct. 25

October 4, 2017 By Allison Graham The Chronicle agraham@tamatoledonews.com “As far as I know there is nothing going on,” said Toledo mayor Dave Svoboda after being questioned at the Monday, Sept. more »»

Fall Festival is planned for Otter Creek Park

October 4, 2017 On Sunday, Oct. 8, from noon to 4 p.m. the Tama County Conservation Board will be hosting a fun and interesting Fall Festival celebration. more »»

Program on Crystal Township Cemetery tonight

October 4, 2017 The history of Crystal Township Cemetery will be the focus of the program on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at 7 p.m. at the Tama County Historical Society and Genealogical Library, 200 N. Broadway St. Toledo. more »»

Tama burn ban lifted

October 3, 2017 it is legal to burn leaves from now to Nov. 20. The ban was officially lifted beginning Tuesday, Oct. 3 by the city council Monday night. The exception is Halloween -Tuesday, Oct. more »»

Tama County Young Guns 4-H members at 4-H State Shoot

October 3, 2017 Tama County Young Guns 4-H Club brought home seven medals from State Competition. Four members will represent Iowa at 2018 National Championships. more »»

Judy Welch retires after 33 years in the Tama City Clerk’s Office

October 2, 2017 Occasionally the sitting mayor or council members have referred to her as “mayor” during meetings, but it’s all in fun and out of respect for the job she does. more »»

Childcare provider training to be held Oct. 26 in Toledo

October 2, 2017 Iowa’s youth are at risk. Approximately one in three children (31.7 percent) under age 5 is considered overweight or obese, which is slightly higher than the national average of 30.5 percent. more »»

 
 

 

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