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Charles City school board candidate says charges are politically motivated
A man running for a seat on the Charles City School Board, who’s also a convicted sex offender, says the new charges against him are politically motivated. Doug Lindaman was charged last week with performing a sex act on a 17-year-old boy back in 2011. Now, Lindaman says there’s no substantial evidence against him. On […]Full Post...
Ames man injured in accident on Clear Lake
An Ames man was taken to the hospital after being hurt in an unusual boating accident on Clear Lake Tuesday afternoon. Authorities say 77-year-old Jim Duea fell and was impaled through the upper left leg by a boat cleat on the edge of the boat. Duea was suspended over the side of the boat and […]Full Post...
Wisconsin woman accused of stealing from elderly Newton woman
A Wisconsin woman appointed to manage the financial affairs of an elderly Iowa woman is now charged with stealing thousands of dollars from the woman, who lives in Newton. Newton Police say they have made an arrest in the financial exploitation of a 77-year-old woman from January of last year through early April this year. […]Full Post...
Police make arrest in murder, assault of Dubuque woman
A 19-year-old from Dubuque has been charged with first degree murder for causing the death of a woman found beaten and lying on the ground outside a Dubuque apartment building early Tuesday morning. The adult woman was alive when police arrived on the scene just before 6 a.m. Tuesday, but she died later at a […]Full Post...
Iowa Business Council survey shows ‘tempering of enthusiasm’
The latest survey of the CEOs of Iowa’s largest companies shows they’re expecting the state’s economy will be cooling off in the coming six months. Elliott Smith is executive director of the Iowa Business Council (IBC). “The release of our third quarter survey did indicate a bit of a tempering of enthusiasm, I think, for […]Full Post...
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Iowa's Premier Beer, Wine and Food Expo // 11/12/2015
had a great time at POET
Biorefining's luncheon and
tour of their facility in Jewell!
HERO Board Members Brian Miller, Zack Chizek, & Kay Ross interviewed for HERO Foundation. Other board members include (not pictured): Jeff Pingel, Holly Stroner, Jerry Kloberdanz & Jake Pulis.
Our friends at our local Webster City Hy-Vee getting ready for the Hamilton County Fair Parade!
Brian Imbus hypnotized people during the Hamilton County Fair!