Marshalltown

23 Feb 19
whotv.com

DALLAS COUNTY, Iowa — A Marshalltown man is dead after a single-car crash in Dallas County early Saturday morning. Police say 32-year-old Jose Ramirez Cardenas was driving westbound on Interstate 80 around 2:01 a.m. when his vehicle left the road, rolled over and crashed into a tree. The Iowa State Patrol is investigating the crash.

23 Feb 19
Blog For Iowa

Part 1 of the Muscatine county legislative forum 2/2/2019. 45 minutes. Our weekly listing of forums and other get togethers with legislators. These are listed in time and date order. As always, click on the city you wish to attend a forum in for the exact location. Once again, big thanks to http://www.infonetiowa.org/calendar/events/. We are […]

22 Feb 19
Minneapolis City SC

The final open tryout is scheduled for March 27 at the West St Paul Dome–register now.

21 Feb 19
RE/MAX Partners Realty

Are you considering selling your home? Why wait until the weather is warm? Now is a great time to list for peak value as: Inventory is at its lowest since the recession, giving your home more visibility and fewer properties for it to compete with. “Spring Selling Season” has already started – Days on Market […]

21 Feb 19
20+ Candidates

So, Cory Booker visited the Community College that was 15 minutes from my house, but it was during the day when I was working, and apparently I prefer driving long distances to see candidates at craft breweries, so the next day that meant a trip to Marshalltown. The good news was that this meant my […]

21 Feb 19
whotv.com

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21 Feb 19

I’ve been pretty quiet on social media lately as far as content that I write myself, and I wanted to post an update of where I’m at since being married and moving away to a little town. I’ve become so content with the simple, sweet life I’m living. Most days consist of waking up, breakfast […]

20 Feb 19
whotv.com

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19 Feb 19
Bobcats Making Headlines

Story written by Samantha Edwards, volunteer writer Emily Barske is from Marshalltown and graduated from Marshalltown High School in 2014. She currently works as news editor of the Marshalltown Times-Republican. She explains that while she was in high school, she often took dual credits when possible. The credits would count for both the high school […]

19 Feb 19
Bobcats Making Headlines

The Marshalltown High School robotics team, the Botcats, were featured in four live interviews on the morning show of ABC 5 of Des Moines on February 19. The team is preparing for the Iowa Championships February 22-23 in Coralville. For the news story from ABC 5 click here.

19 Feb 19
The Board Report

Hoglan helps students get Bobcat Ready Hoglan Principal Amy Williams was joined by other Hoglan staff including, Laura Eberly, Abbe Hand, Sara Nichols, Amy Pollard, Heather Stanley and Lacie Moore for this presentation. Bobcat Ready was one of the main themes in an update from Hoglan Elementary. “What are we doing in elementary schools to […]

18 Feb 19
Good, Bad, I'm the Guy with the Blog

NOTE: This is meant to be 65% amusing, 30% educational, 5% disturbing regarding my OCD.  Traditional opening statement:  I’m not gonna complain about officiating, but…. And now, with the amenities and proper form out of the way, we can move on to this bonus spectacular blog. Okay, so I was driving a couple weeks ago […]

17 Feb 19
2Summers

I’m stating the obvious here, but making art is hard. Writing words, shooting photographs, painting paintings, printing prints…It’s all freaking difficult. But sculpting sculptures — especially sculptures made from white-hot molten metal that turns into rock-hard bronze — at least logistically speaking, might be the trickiest of all art forms. I never thought about how […]

17 Feb 19
National Post

Her paintings may sell for tens of thousands of dollars these days, but it was different back then: some of her paintings originally sold for as little as $2 or $3