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Iowa Veterans Home welcomes Hoagbin as new medical director

Todays News

Michigan native Dr. Joseph Hoagbin was recently welcomed as the new medical director of the Iowa Veterans Home in Marshalltown. For the past 40 years he was employed by Mercy Medical Center in Council Bluffs. Hoagbin attended the University of Michigan for undergraduate and medical school ...

Toledo ties to television continue

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Michael Emerson stars in EVIL Toledo native and award winning television actor Michael Emerson is at it again in a third, television mystery series. Evil began airing Sept. 26 on Thursday evenings on CBS. In a social media post, Emerson wrote, “Very excited for you all to watch EVIL ...

Garwin man senteced to federal prison

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Daniel Shawn Posey, 40, of Garwin, was sentenced to four years in federal prison after he struck his spouse. Posey and the victim were staying in a hotel room at the Meskwaki Bingo Casino on April 5 when an argument began. When the victim attempted to call law enforcement, Posey took the ...

Times-Republican celebrates National Newspaper Week

Todays News

The 79th annual National Newspaper Week kicked off Oct. 6, almost half as long as the Times-Republican has been in circulation. The Times-Republican has had a strong community presence in Marshalltown since its founding 161 years ago. From informing the public about issues that impact ...

Daily Record, Oct. 10, 2019

Daily Record

Marshall County Courthouse Court — Wednesday • Rachel Ann Danielson, of St. Paul, Minn., made an initial appearance on a possession of methamphetamine with the intent to deliver charge. The public defender’s office is appointed as counsel. The preliminary hearing is scheduled at 1 ...

Lights out: Power cut in California to prevent deadly fires

Money & Markets

SONOMA, Calif — More than a million people in California were without electricity Wednesday as the state’s largest utility pulled the plug to prevent a repeat of the past two years when windblown power lines sparked deadly wildfires that destroyed thousands of homes. The unpopular move ...

Four arrested by Mid-Iowa Drug Task Force

Todays News

A two-month long investigation by the Mid-Iowa Drug Task Force led to the arrest Tuesday of a Marshalltown man and woman at their residence. That was followed by the arrest of two co-conspirators in the parking lot of Prairie Meadows in Altoona, Marshall County Sheriff Steve Hoffman said. ...

Colorado sculptor selected to display art at MPD/FD facility

Todays News

Stone sculptor Frank Swanson of Littleton, Colo. has been selected by the Marshalltown Public Art Committee to display his art “Symbiosis” at the Marshalltown Police Department/Fire Department building. Swanson’s unique sculpture is “defined as a mutually beneficial relationship ...

IVCCD learns economic impact of institution

Todays News

Iowa Valley Community College chancellor Dr. Kristie Fisher gave the IVCCD Board of Directors some talking points to bring up when people ask about the $32 million bond referendum vote on Nov. 5. One thing she told them is to bring up is the $293 million economic impact the educational ...

Park Apocalypse planned at Grimes Farm Nature Center

Todays News

The apocalypse is coming. .. The Park Apocalypse that is. A new spooky event is planned on Oct. 19 at dusk at Grimes Farm Nature Center, sponsored by the Marshall County Conservation Board. The Park Apocalypse is a 5K Zombie run, where runners wear flag football belts and venture through ...

Monthly Blacksmithing Hammer-in to be held Oct. 12 in Haverhill

Todays News

HAVERHILL – The public, and especially those who have a desire to learn more about the art of blacksmithing, are invited to come to a monthly blacksmithing Hammer-In at the shop next to the Mathew Edel Museum in Haverhill. The next event is this Saturday Oct. 12. According to Phil Cox, ...

Volunteers, donations needed at Iowa Veterans Home

Todays News

Our veterans have served all of us through his or her military duty — fighting battles, manning defenses and often made great sacrifices for all of us. As they and their spouses enter the personal battles of disability, illness and old age, now it is our turn to serve them. Amiee Deimerly, ...

Daily Record, Oct. 9, 2019

Daily Record

Marshall County Courthouse Court — Tuesday • Aline Chanthabouasy failed to make an appearance on a no insurance charge and a driving under suspension charge. The court found Chanthabouasy guilty on both charges and the fine is $250 for each charge, an $87.50 surcharge and $60 in court ...

Powell sees cooler US hiring in possible hint of rate cuts

Money & Markets

WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Tuesday that U.S. job growth since early last year was not as robust as thought, a hint that the Fed may be ready to keep cutting interest rates to support the economy. Powell also said the Fed will soon announce plans to buy ...

Josh Groban plans to ‘let go’ in upcoming series

Entertainment

NEW YORK — Josh Groban has a date for Valentine’s Day — with 6,000 or so of his fans. The singer-songwriter said Tuesday he has booked New York’s City’s massive Radio City Music Hall for a Feb. 14 show that he promises will be a night of music with special guests and plenty of ...

Senior Citizen Center at home in Fisher Community Center

Todays News

It was shortly after 10 a.m. one recent morning, and sunshine was flooding the main room of Marshalltown’s Senior Citizens Center where director April Long pointed out colorful quilts and other products made by the Sew and Sews team. Ample sunshine and being housed in one of ...

Footsteps, cold spots at Mormon Ridge cabin

Todays News

An old log cabin sitting among some trees was the setting of mine and Kiera’s second paranormal-hunting adventure — if you can call it actual hunting. The Mormon Ridge Log Cabin sits six miles northwest of Albion, off of a gravel road and with a plenty of black walnuts falling to the ...

Scouting for Food begins Saturday

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The time of year has come when people see Boy Scouts out and about in Marshall County. Not because they are selling popcorn but because of the annual Scouting for Food which begins Saturday. Residents can expect to find stickers on their front doors about the event. “We are doing our ...

Man jailed after punching victim

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Joshua Joseph Fruth, 33, Marshalltown, was arrested by local police for first offense domestic abuse assault Sunday and taken to jail. The Marshalltown Police Department was dispatched to a residence in the 400 block of North First Street at approximately 4 p.m., according to the police ...