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A tale of two cities

September 23, 2012 Sister Chris Feagan said people are like M&Ms: they come in a variety of colors, but they are all the same inside. “All people are created equal. more »»

Bobcat game ‘goes orange’ for Not In Our Town effort

September 22, 2012 The Friday Night Lights shined bright on the Leonard Cole Field in Marshalltown Friday night, but not just for another Bobcat football game; the lights shined to showcase how one community has been... more »»

Not In Our Town pledge names to publish Thursday

September 16, 2012 The Not In Our Town committee has collected hundreds of signatures from the anti-bullying pledge. The names will appear in Thursday's Times-Republican. more »»

Film, panel discussion on bullying Thursday

September 12, 2012 The huge local anti-bullying effort known at Not In Our Town continues Thursday night with a special movie and panel discussion at the Orpheum Theater. more »»

Marshalltown says ‘Not In Our Town’

August 31, 2012 Orange was everywhere you looked during lunch time on the Marshall County Courthouse lawn. more »»

Starting a chain reaction

August 31, 2012 In 1945, Anne Frank died of typhus she contracted because of the horrid conditions in a German concentration camp—a victim of Nazi persecution perpetuated by an undercurrent of hatred. more »»

Sharing the Not In Our Town story

August 30, 2012 In Lancaster California it started with a counselor. In 2008, 15-year-old Jeremiah Lassiter shot himself dead in an Acton school bathroom. more »»

Anti-bullying rally set for noon Thursday

August 27, 2012 Taking a stand against bullying will be as easy as making your way to the Marshall County Courthouse lawn this Thursday. more »»

Join us in effort to eliminate bullying

August 26, 2012 If you haven’t jumped on board with the Not In Our Town Marshalltown Project, this is the week to do so. more »»

A message of hope

August 26, 2012 In 1999, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold stalked the halls of Columbine High School, randomly and methodically shooting and killing 13 people and injuring another 21. more »»

Rachel’s Challenge part of local anti-bullying campaign

August 18, 2012 Rachel Joy Scott was the first victim in the Columbine school shootings in 1999. Her memory lives on through a program known as Rachel’s Challenge, which is coming to Marshalltown schools Aug. 30. more »»

Community Unity picnic helps bridge cultural gaps

July 30, 2012 On a wall-sized piece of paper in Anson Park shelter, children scrawled phrases like “It’s nice to be nice” and “Be a friend for a chang. more »»

Not In Our Town effort gaining momentum

July 22, 2012 Kenneth Weishuhn’s classmates teased him relentlessly. They even created a Facebook page designed to jeer him and others. The torment went on for week. more »»

‘Honk!’ camp deemed ‘awesome’

June 15, 2012 With the “Honk!” musical at the Orpheum Theater a hit, it is only natural a camp centered around the show would also get high marks. more »»

Iowa legislators work to eliminate bullying

June 9, 2012 DES MOINES — When Emily Domayer was 7-years-old, a classmate pointed at three kids and made a declaration that stuck with her well into her 20s. “Dumb,” he said, pointing to one classmat. more »»

Not In Our Town

June 3, 2012 “You’re an idiot.” “You’re a complete scum bag.” “You’re different. And I hate you. more »»



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