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Loan and grants awarded to MFD and the MPD

July 12, 2016 Commentary on the killing of five Dallas police officers in the line of duty last week, and two requests to the council to enhance services of the Marshalltown Fire Department and Marshalltown Polic... more »»

Wetmore finalist for Statesboro, Georgia job

July 12, 2016 Marshalltown City Administrator Randy Wetmore confirmed to the Times-Republican Monday he is one of four finalists for a city manager position in Statesboro, Georgia. more »»

Summer garden tour set for Saturday

July 12, 2016 TIMES-REPUBLICAN A summer highlight is the Marshalltown Garden Club's annual home garden tour. This year will feature a five-garden tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, July 16. more »»

Continuous calendar study is complete

July 12, 2016 Should a student’s education include a three-month summer break every year, or should the required 180 days of school be spread throughout the calendar? That was the question asked by a Mid-Iowa... more »»

Righting the ship

July 11, 2016 It’s a transformation some would have never predicte. more »»

Helping the community

July 11, 2016 The American Legion Post 46 welcomes donations (tax-deductible) to help with a number of programs and events that benefit veterans and others. more »»

Stand-off with police ends peacefully

July 11, 2016 STATE CENTER — A man is in custody following an hour-long stand-off with authorities over the weekend. According to State Center Police Chief Jeff Bunn, at 7 a.m. more »»

Linn Creek Arts Festival slated for July 16

July 11, 2016 The annual Linn Creek Arts Festival, a one-day celebration of art and artisans, will be held on the grounds of the Fisher Community Center Saturday, July 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. more »»

Calling local collectors

July 11, 2016 Do you collect something interesting or unusual? And do you live in Marshalltown or the surrounding area? If so, T-R staff writer Sara Jordan-Heintz wants to hear from you. more »»

Poultry competitions return to fairs across Iowa this year

July 11, 2016 COUNCIL BLUFFS – A year after bird flu forced fairs across Iowa to cancel poultry shows, the competitions are returning this summer. more »»

Visitors enjoy ‘Family Fun Day’ at fair

July 10, 2016 As the weekend arrived, many families had extra time to visit the Central Iowa Fair on “Family Fun Day” Saturday before exhibits are cleaned up today. more »»

Dallas officer has ties to Marshalltown

July 10, 2016 “We’re hurting a lot. more »»

Obama asks Americans not to fear a return to a dark past

July 10, 2016 WARSAW, Poland — President Barack Obama on Saturday rejected any notion that the past week’s stunning violence signals a return to racial brutality of a dark past, saying that as painful as the... more »»

Dallas gunman learned ‘shooting on the move’ tactics at Texas self-defense school

July 10, 2016 DALLAS — The gunman who killed five police officers at a protest march had practiced military-style drills in his yard and trained at a private self-defense school that teaches special tactics,... more »»

Stopped by police 52 times: Was it racial profiling?

July 10, 2016 MINNEAPOLIS — When Philando Castile saw the flashing lights in his rearview mirror the night he got shot, it wasn’t unusual. more »»

NATO increases support for countries battling Islamic extremism

July 10, 2016 WARSAW, Poland — NATO allies agreed Saturday to provide increased military support to countries in the Middle East and North Africa that are targets of Islamic extremism, including using NATO... more »»

Kenya: Calls for justice heard as human rights lawyer buried

July 10, 2016 NAIROBI, Kenya — Slain Kenyan human rights lawyer Willie Kimani and a taxi driver were buried Saturday in their hometowns amid calls for top officials to resign over police-linked extra-judicial... more »»



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