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Harvest Market brings the fun on Friday

Todays News

Music, food, art and activities are in store for anyone attending the Harvest Market from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday. The annual 13th Street District Harvest Market is free and open to the public. The event is organized by the 13th Street District, a volunteer board concerned about ...

Man arrested for probation violation and eluding police

Todays News

A Marshalltown man was arrested by Marshalltown police Sunday for possession of drug paraphernalia and interference with official acts. During the investigation, officers learned Christopher Wayne Haller, 34, was wanted on a warrant stemming from an Aug. 15 incident where he attempted to ...

Man charged with domestic abuse-second offense

Todays News

A local man, Mathew Andrew McCanna, was charged with second offense domestic abuse assault. He was arrested by Marshalltown police and taken to Marshall County Jail Monday. McCanna, 31, was charged after an investigation by MPD confirmed he assaulted the victim. Domestic abuse-second ...

UK worries Brexit could bring ‘chlorinated chicken’ from US

Money & Markets

NEW YORK — Could Brexit bring America’s “chlorinated chicken” to the United Kingdom? The European Union has long refused to import poultry from the United States that is routinely rinsed with chemical washes to kill germs. But the United Kingdom’s planned exit from the EU is putting ...

‘It: Chapter Two’ scares up $91 million with debut

Entertainment

LOS ANGELES — A robust audience turned out to catch “It: Chapter Two” in movie theaters this weekend, but not quite as big as the first. Warner Bros. says Sunday that “It: Chapter Two,” the only major new release, earned an estimated $91 million from North American ticket sales in ...

A DAY IN THE LIFE — Catholic sister

Todays News

Editor’s note: This is part of a weekly series spotlighting various professionals in our community, highlighting the impact of their work. Have an idea for the series? Email sjordan@timesrepublican.com A painting of Óscar Romero, the slain archbishop social justice reformer, hangs on the ...

USDA NASS census proves agriculture is vital to Iowa

Todays News

DES MOINES — Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig commented on the USDA NASS 2017 Census of Ag report recently released. The U.S. Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service released the 2017 Census of Agriculture results sharing a wide range of information about ...

Dorian lashes east Canada at hurricane force

Todays News

TORONTO — The storm that already walloped the Virgin Islands, Bahamas and North Carolina lashed at far-eastern Canada with hurricane-force winds for much of Sunday, knocking out power to hundreds of thousands of people before beginning to weaken late in the day. Dorian hit near the city of ...

Pedal pull draws a crowd

Todays News

Looks of determination crossed the faces of many young kids in Babe Harder Gymnasium at Marshalltown Community College as they powered pedal pulls across the floor Saturday. The sweat and red faces were met with cheers from proud parents during the 30th Annual State Pedal Tractor Pull ...

Daily Record, September 8, 2019

Daily Record

Marshall County Courthouse Marriages • Kaitlynn Shoemaker to Logan Ferneau • Lucas Ohrt to Naomi Clouse • Alberto Avila Perez to Ana Rodriguez Alcocer • Jennifer Hernandez to Adrian Alcaraz Garcia • Anne Mroz to Tanner Vander Weerdt • Danielle Gilge to Christopher ...

Hummingbirds: Unique and beautiful

Outdoors Today

BY GARRY BRANDENBURG Today’s featured creature is the Ruby-throated hummingbird, Archilochus colubris. It is the primary hummingbird likely to be seen east of the Missouri River. Its breeding range is all of the eastern portions of the United States. This species is also a long distance ...

Dark ‘Joker’ wins top Venice Film Festival prize

Entertainment

Todd Phillips’ dark comic book film “Joker” won the Golden Lion Award at the 76th Venice International Film Festival on Saturday and cemented its place as a legitimate contender for the rest of the awards season. Jury president Lucretia Martel announced the winners of the prestigious ...

Trees around town

Todays News

The 2018 Marshalltown tornado carved a scar across northern Marshalltown, damaging homes and businesses as well as much of the city’s tree canopy. The tornado destroyed 700 city-owned trees and that figure does not include the privately-owned trees. “We’re dedicated to re-growing ...

Local U-Haul up and running in former K-Mart building

Todays News

The general manager of one of Marshalltown’s newest businesses said sales have been good and are getting better. Chris Hall, General Manager of U-Haul Moving and Storage of Marshalltown, said Central Iowans are becoming more aware the enterprise is open at the former K-Mart property and ...

Trump calls off secret meeting with Taliban, Afghan leaders

Todays News

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump said Saturday he canceled a secret weekend meeting at Camp David with Taliban and Afghanistan leaders after a bombing in the past week in Kabul that killed 11 people, including an American soldier, and has called off peace negotiations with the insurgent ...

Sears Hometown Store marks 25 years in Marshalltown

Todays News

Marshalltown shoppers need not worry about Sears Hometown closing. Even though 26 Sears and Kmart locations are set to close in October, followed by the recent announcement that nearly 100 additional stores will follow suit by the end of the year, the local store will not be affected. The ...

Becoming a 24/7 Dad

Todays News

Men at all stages of fatherhood are welcome to enroll in 24/7 Dad, a free program for those residing in Marshall County. The 11-week program kicks off at 6 p.m. Sept. 11 at the Tallcorn, 2 N. Second Ave. The sessions will be facilitated by David Hicks, director of Youth & Shelter ...

Daily Record, September 7, 2019

Daily Record

Marshall County Courthouse Court Friday • Stephen Terrill Thrift made an initial appearance on two counts of a probation violation charge. The public defender’s office is appointed as counsel. The probation revocation hearing will be scheduled by the District Associate Court. Bond is ...

As feds loom, states hit Facebook, Google with new probes

Money & Markets

WASHINGTON — Two groups of states are targeting Facebook and Google in separate antitrust probes, widening the scrutiny of Big Tech beyond sweeping federal and congressional investigations into their market dominance. Facebook and Google are two of the world’s largest and most ubiquitous ...