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The Japanese need our help

March 17, 2011 For years, we’ve all heard about the “Big One.” The earthquake that is supposed to strike in Southern California at some point in the near future. more »»

Honor Buckles and all WW I veterans

March 3, 2011 More than 4.7 million Americans served in uniform during World War I. Now, they are all gone. The last, Frank Buckles, died this week at 110 years of age. more »»

Beautiful blossoms deserve our bucks

February 25, 2011 For the past 10 years downtown Marshalltown has been enhanced by the beauty of hanging floral baskets on Main Street. more »»

Marshalltown needs Lennox

February 12, 2011 It’s apparent that these are uncertain times. They are for many of us. But for Marshalltown, the strain of a union contract negotiation has made us pause. more »»

For our safety and well being

January 29, 2011 The routine of the Marshalltown Fire Department appears to be pretty standard — responding to medical calls, smoke detector activations and alarm systems. However, this is just at a glance. more »»

Leaving a footprint

January 15, 2011 Henry Anson. Dave Lennox. Paul Norris. These are key names in Marshalltown — names that remind us of our past and where we come from. more »»

Without public notices, the public loses

January 8, 2011 Iowa is not unique in requiring public notice advertising. The legislatures of every state require such paid advertising in newspapers. And for a very good reason. more »»

Glory to the newborn king

December 25, 2010 It’s Christmas! It’s finally here — the day to celebrate. As we have prepared for this day, many of us had time to reflect on the joy of the birth of Jesus Chris. more »»

City made the right decision on driving time

December 15, 2010 Well done, Marshalltown City Council. An outdated city requirement had restricted public service workers to live within a 15-minute driving time for both the police and fire department. more »»

Giving thanks

November 25, 2010 As we celebrate Thanksgiving this year, we take a moment to reflect on central Iowa, its people and its many reasons to “give thanks. more »»

Remembering our veterans

November 11, 2010 “To us in America, the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with lots of pride in the heroism of those who died in the country's service and with gratitude for the victory, both because of th... more »»

Your vote makes a difference

October 28, 2010 “One vote, in each precinct of the United States will determine the next president of the United States. One vote. That’s a big weapon you have there, Mister. more »»

Celebrate with a golden voice

October 8, 2010 Get your tickets. On Saturday the box office opens for a celebration our community can be proud of. more »»

Iowa’s Best Family Fall Festival

October 1, 2010 They did it again. Those committee members and volunteers that bring us “Iowa’s Best Family Fall Festival” lived up to the name last weeken. more »»

Carnegie building is a good fit for city hall

September 18, 2010 On Tuesday Marshalltown officially marked the newly-renovated city hall opening with a ribbon-cutting and tours. more »»

Strong families, strong soldiers

August 7, 2010 Friday morning community members, family and friends poured into the Babe Harder Gym at Marshalltown Community College. more »»

Nothing to do in Marshalltown? Hardly!

July 31, 2010 “There is nothing to do in Marshalltown.” That is a refrain we at the Times-Republican have heard from citizens or read via online from readers.  They are wrong. more »»

Garbage proposal needs more exploration

July 26, 2010 The mayor is right. There are some irresponsible residents in the city of Marshalltown who have decided that trash removal is an optional service, much to the chagrin of their neighbors. more »»

Orpheum — Welcome back to East Main Street

July 8, 2010 Just two weeks ago the historic Orpheum Theater reopened with a bang — a four day gala event that put Marshalltown in the national spotlight. more »»

Thanks to Dick Hierstein

July 1, 2010 For nearly seven years City Administrator Dick Hierstein has managed the day-to-day operations of the city’s departments, monitored a multi-million dollar budget and worked with city leaders to make... more »»



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