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Shop with a Cop to serve 100 children

Todays News

Shop with a Cop is set to be bigger than ever this year in Marshalltown. Marshalltown Police Department Office Andrew Cole said the department is really trying to hit a home run with the annual Christmas shopping event this year. He has been participating in the event since 2008, and he ...

Hygiene items being collected for Marshalltown school district

Todays News

The 2019/2020 Iowa Valley Leadership Class is running a holiday drive to collect hygiene items for the Marshalltown School District. Community members can drop off deodorant, toothpaste and toothbrushes, body wash and other goods at: • Brown’s Shoe Fit, 10 E. Main Street • Child ...

Work continues on North Center Street bridge

Todays News

Construction crews and equipment are pictured Tuesday on the North Center Street bridge over the Iowa River. Work costing $2.7 million started earlier this year on the bridge, and one adjoining. A combination of federal and state funds provided resources and not property taxes.

Students getting ready to graduate with high school diplomas

Todays News

Around 15 people will finally obtain their high school diplomas from the Iowa Valley Education & Training Center. There will be a ceremony for HSED - high school education diploma — graduates, complete with “Pomp and Circumstance” at 5 p.m. on Tuesday at the Orpheum Theater. The ...

City approves Stage I work for West End Park

Todays News

Marshalltown Parks and Recreation, West End Park users and 13th Street District members who all teamed up to seek improvements to the park can officially celebrate. At Monday night’s council meeting, councilors voted 5-0 (two were absent) to approve the final design and construction ...

Daily Record, Dec. 10, 2019

Daily Record

Marshall County Courthouse Court — Monday • Robin Patrick Hodson made an initial appearance on a possession of methamphetamine with the intent to deliver charge, a possession of marijuana with the intent to deliver charge, a possession of Alprazolam-third offense charge, a failure to ...

Man charged with intent to deliver meth

Todays News

Robin Patrick Hodson, of Marshalltown, was arrested by Marshalltown police Sunday at a residence in the 10 block of North Sixth Street on a warrant issued by Mid-Iowa Drug Task Force. Hodson was taken to jail on charges of possession of meth — 3.28 grams — with intent to deliver, a Class ...

Lawsuit claims assault by MPD officer

Todays News

A Marshalltown woman has filed suit against three members of the Marshalltown Police Department and the city. Holli Lynn Lillibridge, 47, who is the spouse of a defendant in a 2019 high-profile Marshall County court case, alleged she was assaulted in a court facility when an officer attempted ...

The eagles have landed in Marshalltown

Todays News

The eagles are arriving in Marshalltown. Every year, bald eagles migrate south after the rivers and lakes to the north freeze. Marshall County Conservation Board Director Mike Stegmann said the migratory birds started showing up a couple weeks ago. However, Marshall County is home to at ...

Christmas spirit of giving abounds at Adopt A Vet

Todays News

If Santa Claus ever wanted to take a Christmas off no doubt the Marshalltown Central Business District volunteers and Iowa Veterans Home staff who coordinate the annual Adopt A Vet program could substitute. On Sunday night volunteers, staff and more were in action in Malloy Hall on the IVH ...

Q&A: Does a manufacturing slump threaten the US economy?

Money & Markets

WASHINGTON — Defying fears and predictions, the U.S. economy is still shrugging off President Donald Trump’s trade conflicts. Employers added a sizzling 266,000 jobs in November, and unemployment matched a 50-year low of 3.5% — all while the Trump administration is waging a bruising ...

The music of the ‘Messiah’

Todays News

The Central Iowa Choral Society and the Brass Quintet drew a crowd of at least 150 people to the First United Methodist Church in Marshalltown on Sunday. The groups performed a variety of songs in the 67th presentation of George Friderik Handel’s “Messiah.”

Country Christmas in Conrad captivates large crowd

Todays News

Conrad Chamber-Main Street held its annual Christmas in Conrad celebration on Dec. 7 with a large crowd in attendance. Activities included a pancake breakfast, soup supper, business open houses, cookie decorating, trolley rides and the snowball drop.

World War I photo links two prominent Marshalltown families

Todays News

A vintage 1918 photo chronicling the largest contingent of Marshall County men drafted into World War I has reinforced a bond between two families. “This picture is neat,” Vic Hellberg said at his Main Street business recently. “It is something we can show our grandchildren.” The ...

Daily Record, December 8, 2019

Daily Record

Marshall County Sheriff Arrests • On Thursday, Dillon Knight, 29, was arrested for eluding, three counts of failure to use turn signal, failure to maintain reasonable speed, failure to obey a stop sign, failure to maintain control, no insurance-accident, driving under suspension and ...

Trees: Valuable in many ways

Outdoors Today

TREES are valuable in many ways. They cover large portions of earth’s surface and by their very existence, create life, sustain life, hold and filter water and air and provide products for people to use. Trees grow and die just like any other living thing. But their seeds, fruits and even ...

Weinstein accused of misusing ankle monitor; $5M bail sought

Entertainment

NEW YORK — Harvey Weinstein violated his bail conditions by mishandling his electronic ankle monitor, which left his whereabouts unrecorded for hours at a time, a New York prosecutor argued Friday. Prosecutor Joan Illuzzi made the claim at a pretrial hearing for Weinstein after he hobbled ...