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  • Broken water pipe causes damage at Cerro Gordo County Courthouse August 31, 2016
    MASON CITY — A broken water pipe at the Cerro Gordo County Courthouse has caused some damage. County Administrative Officer Tom Drzycimski says a feed pipe to a second-floor toilet broke early Sunday morning. The water then seeped through the ceilings and cascaded down a stairway on the west end of the building. Drzycimski says
  • Rockwell man’s sexual abuse convictions affirmed by Iowa Court of Appeals August 31, 2016
    CLEAR LAKE — The Iowa Court of Appeals has affirmed the convictions of a Rockwell man who pleaded guilty to sexual abuse charges. 46-year-old Michael Lowe Junior was arrested in May 2015 by Clear Lake police and charged with two counts of second-degree sexual abuse, two counts of third-degree sexual abuse and two counts of
  • Nashua man loses appeal of Cerro Gordo County meth dealing conviction August 31, 2016
    MASON CITY — The Iowa Court of Appeals has turned away a Nashua man’s appeal of the revocation of his deferred judgment and probation for delivery of methamphetamine in Cerro Gordo County. 42-year-old Sammie Watters was arrested in October 2014 on the meth delivery charge while living in Mason City at the time. A criminal
  • Iowa Supreme Court to hold special session in Charles City in April August 31, 2016
    CHARLES CITY — The Iowa Supreme Court Tuesday announced their 2016-and-17 adjudicative term calendar, and the court will be holding a special session in north-central Iowa next spring. The court will hear special evening sessions of oral arguments in Charles City, as well as Ankeny, Keokuk, Spencer, and Des Moines. The evening sessions are scheduled
  • Pipeline protests planned for this afternoon August 31, 2016
    DES MOINES — Protests of the Bakken oil pipeline will go on as planned this afternoon in central Iowa after a request for a restraining order to keep demonstrators away was rejected. A federal judge said on Tuesday that Dakota Access didn’t prove an immediate risk of injury or damage by protesters. Ed Fallon, director

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