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Storm Moves Northwood Pantry Date

Storm Moves Northwood Pantry Date

The area was heavily impacted by the blizzard on February 2nd. Many businesses and offices were closed while events were postponed or cancelled. One of the programs that was postponed was the Mobil Pantry Program in Northwood. The program is a joint effort by the Northwood Community Center, Manna of Worth County, and the Food


Coin Show Returns to Clear Lake

The North Iowa Coin, Stamp, and Currency Show returns to Clear Lake on Valentine’s Day. It will again be held at the Best Western Holiday Lodge on Highway 18 West in Clear Lake. The show hours are from 9am to 4pm on Sunday, February 14th. Expert coins, stamps, gold, and silver along with up to


Davenport Officials Considering Unpopular Fire Cuts

The fire department cuts Davenport officials are considering aren’t very popular. The Quad-City Times reports some residents have posted signs in their yards declaring “Fire Truck closed today. Contact your alderman.” The City Council is considering whether to approve more than $600,000 in public safety cuts in its proposed $201.7 million budget. Mayor Frank Klipsch

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Iowa Attorney General has Backlogged Cases

Documents show the Iowa attorney general’s office has a large backlog of criminal appeal cases, and the agency has warned the state about staffing issues for years. Chief Deputy Attorney General Eric Tabor described the conditions in a January 7th letter to the Iowa Executive Council, which authorizes some expenses involving litigation. Tabor sought permission


Thompson City Council to Meet Today

The Thompson City Council will hold its regularly scheduled session today beginning at 5:30pm. The meeting will take place in the City Clerk’s Office of the Thompson City Hall. The council will first approve all claims to be paid and minutes from the meeting last month. This will be followed by a report from Sheriff Dave Peterson