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Agreement advances to share water between Tama and Toledo during emergencies

July 24, 2017 At the urging of Tama City Attorney Dan Rathjen Tama and Toledo public works directors and he met on Tuesday morning, July 18, to work out the mechanics of an emergency water sharing agreement... more »»

Tama Library’s Summer Reading Program “Build a Better World”

July 24, 2017 For our Tuesday, June 27, 2017 program I presented a slideshow of pictures from 1999 and 2000 when our new library building was built. more »»

Tama County Jail Bookings & Arrests

July 24, 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. June 28 5:14 a.m.- Charles B. Pritle J. more »»

Wieting Theatre and Opera House Phase II “is on the way”

July 23, 2017 From: Jim Roan Project Manager I am happy to report to all the people, young and old, in South Tama County that Phase II at the Wieting is on its way. more »»

“Flint Spirit” artist Tim Murphy returns to Tama

July 23, 2017 Artist Tim Murphy, a 1970 graduate of South Tama High School, has returned to live in Tama and with him comes his unique work. Tim has been a Hannibal, M. more »»

Corbett, candidate for governor at Tama Co. GOP meeting Monday

July 23, 2017 Ron Corbett, candidate for the 2018 Republican nomination for governor, will be speaking to the Tama County Republican Central Committee on Monday, July 24. The pubic is invited. more »»

Tama County Magistrate Court

July 23, 2017 Maschelle Joan Duff, 53, Tama, faces a charge of 5th degree theft involving a dog. She has pleaded not guilty. more »»

Tama East 5th improvements to cost $1.4 million

July 22, 2017 Cost for Tama’s east gateway improvement project, rebuilding East 5th Street as a truck route is now set at $1.4 million. more »»

Eagles to host National Night Out in Tama

July 22, 2017 The Tama-Toledo Fraternal Order of the Eagles and Eagles Auxiliary will be joining with local law enforcement for a National Night Out - Keeping Our Children Safe Event. more »»

Tips to protect health in extreme heat

July 22, 2017 Following the heat advisory issued by the National Weather Service for a large area of the central United States, the U.S. more »»

IJH Facility Reuse Plan issued

July 21, 2017 Recommendations for the use of the former Iowa Juvenile Home / State Training School for Girls - the various buildings and the 27 acres in the middle of Toledo - are in. State Rep. more »»

Confusion over Matrix Design Group report

July 21, 2017 There’s been some confusion concerning the MATRIX Design Group report. Beginning in May, The Chronicle began inquiring about the final reports which were due in May or June. more »»

Mid-Iowa Beef Team aids boy’s wheelchair drive

July 21, 2017 The Mid-Iowa Youth Beef Team (MIYBT) is helping Alec Gotto, an 11 year-old boy from Dyersville, Iowa, in his quest to purchase a wheelchair with track. more »»

Tama Ambulance Runs

July 21, 2017 July 9 6:46 p.m.- 1400 Block Harding St.- No Transport- Medical- July 10 3:59 a.m.- 900 Block Meskwaki Rd. to UnityPoint Health, Marshalltown (UPH-M)- Medical 5:29 a.m. more »»

Berger takes the reins of South Tama schools

July 20, 2017 “I’m very happy for the opportunity to serve the students, parents, teachers and community members of the South Tama Community School Distric. more »»

Corbett to visit Tama County GOP, public invited

July 20, 2017 Ron Corbett, candidate for the 2018 Republican nomination for governor, will be speaking to the Tama County Republican Central Committee on Monday, July 24. The pubic is invited. more »»

Monarch Conservation Field Day July 24 at Iowa State University

July 20, 2017 AMES- The Iowa Monarch Conservation Consortium is hosting a monarch conservation field day July 24 at the Iowa State University Field Extension Education Laboratory near Boone. more »»

Wieting Theatre plans move full steam ahead

July 19, 2017 Plans for Phase Two of the Wieting Theatre are moving full steam ahead. more »»

Update: Dog credited for alerting Tama man of home ablaze

July 19, 2017 Update- 7-19-17-Fire swept through a Tama home in the middle of the night but the lone resident at home was spared and his dog is credited with alerting him. more »»

South Tama High addtion, remodeling nearing completion

July 19, 2017 South Tama Superintendent Jeff Berger, School Board President Michelle Yuska and Steve McAdoo, maintenance supervisor, take part in a walk-through of remodeled areas and the newly built addition to... more »»



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