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Hancock County Polling Locations

Hancock County Polling Locations

Hancock County, Iowa Precincts & Polling Places   Precinct #             Precinct Description                                           Polling Place   1                      All of Ellington and Madison                             Faith Lutheran Church (Miller) Townships, Forest City Corporation in              1985 290th St, Garner Hancock County   2                      All of Crystal Township,                                    Crystal Lake Town Hall Crystal Lake Corporation                                   225 S State Ave, Crystal

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Worth County Voting Sites

WORTH COUNTY POLLING PLACES:     PRECINCT #1-1 – City of Grafton, Barton, Deer Creek, & Union Townships GRAFTON COMMUNITY CENTER 202 – 6th Ave., Grafton, IA  50440     PRECINCT #1-2 – City of Manly & Lincoln Township  MANLY CITY HALL 106 S Broadway, Manly, IA 50456     PRECINCT #2-1 – City of

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Winnebago County Voting Sites

If you are voting in the Winnebago County, the following precincts are where you need to go to. Buffalo, Grant and Lincoln Townships which include the City of Buffalo Center and City of Rake will need to vote at the Heritage Town Center in Buffalo Center. Center Township, City of Lake Mills voters need to

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Winnebago Supervisors to Discuss Drainage Issues

The Winnebago County Board of Supervisors will meet Tuesday at 9am to consider for approval all semi-monthly County claims and possible approval of the Auditor transfer. Drainage issues will be next as the board considers a Change Order #1 for Drainage District 5, Lat 14 and decides on a petition and bill for Drainage District

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ELECTION 2014: How the Election May Impact Area Schools

As elections go, so does the funding for area schools and collegiate institutions. Currently there are funding rules that are in place that either meet or miss the needs of area school districts and their budgets. Many educators are looking for additional funding for equipment such as laptops and other electronic devices which have become

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ELECTION 2014: Paul Pate Wants to Return as Secretary of State Pt. 1 of 3

He is the President of Pate Asphalt Systems in Marion and recently served as Mayor of Cedar Rapids from 2002 –2006. While Mayor, Pate was elected President of the Iowa League of Cities representing over 870 municipalities and served as Co-Chairman of the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ Committee on Homelessness. He is a nationally recognized small business

Five Acres Burned in Ft. Dodge City Park

Firefighters extinguished a blaze that burned through nearly five acres of a city park in Fort Dodge. The two-alarm fire broke out yesterday at Oleson Park. Fire Chief Kent Hulett says it took more than two hours for 13 firefighters to put out the flames. No structures were burned and no injuries were reported.

Franken, McFadden Cap Off Race with Final Debate

U.S. Senator Al Franken and Republican hopeful Mike McFadden have capped off their race by agreeing with each other more than ever before in a final debate. With Election Day today, the candidates found common ground on the need for immigration reform, net neutrality and curtailing government surveillance programs. In their third debate – hosted

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Public Safety Center Vote Looming

The Public Safety Center goes before a vote of the Winnebago County voters on November 4th. The center is a 22 bed facility, but don’t let that number fool you as Winnebago County Sheriff Dave Peterson explains: A new jail facility is needed because the current facility is not anywhere near state codes that are

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