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  • Trump budget proposes cutting Essential Air Service program, would impact MCW March 22, 2017
    MASON CITY — The manager of the Mason City Municipal Airport says President Trump’s proposal to eliminate the Essential Air Service program would have a big impact on the airport. Pam Osgood says while Trump has cut it from his proposed budget, the elimination of EAS funding has been unsuccessfully threatened in the past. She
  • Winnebago Industries posts strong second-quarter earnings March 22, 2017
    FOREST CITY — Second-quarter earnings at Winnebago Industries show the company had a profit of over $15 million. The Forest City-based recreational vehicle manufacturer reports on a per-share basis, it had a profit of 48 cents. Earnings were 46 cents per share. Winnebago posted revenue of $370-and-a-half million for the period, exceeding Wall Street forecasts.
  • Ag Secretary Northey talks about National Ag Week March 22, 2017
    MASON CITY — Iowa Agriculture Secretary Bill Northey was one of the featured guests at this morning’s “Ag Breakfast” sponsored by the Mason City Chamber of Commerce as part of National Ag Week. Northey says people take a lot of things for granted with agriculture and this is a week to recognize how important agriculture
  • Lake Mills man accused of bilking investors pleads not guilty March 22, 2017
    LAKE MILLS — A Lake Mills man accused of bilking investors out of more than $800-thousand over a four year period has pleaded not guilty. 53-year-old Randall Finer was arrested in February on a charge of ongoing criminal conduct. The Winnebago County Attorney’s Office accuses Finer of soliciting more than $800-thousand from community members for
  • Suspended sentence for Osage woman who took mother’s money for gambling March 22, 2017
    OSAGE — It’s a suspended jail sentence for an Osage woman accused of gambling away her mother’s money at a local casino. 58-year-old Marilyn Spartz was originally charged with second-degree theft after being accused of gambling with her mother’s money from July to December at the Diamond Jo Casino near Northwood. The theft was discovered
  • Man accused of double-cashing paychecks pleads not guilty March 22, 2017
    MASON CITY — A former employee of a Mason City pizza restaurant accused of illegally doubling his paychecks has pleaded not guilty. Investigators accuse 20-year-old Brandon Tonn of Plymouth of depositing eight paychecks from Domino’s Pizza twice by first using a smartphone application to deposit the paychecks into his account, and then later depositing those same
  • Forest City man loses appeal of domestic abuse case March 22, 2017
    MASON CITY — A Forest City man convicted of domestic abuse and burglary in Cerro Gordo County has lost an appeal of his case. Steven Sifuentes pleaded guilty to domestic abuse assault, third-degree burglary and domestic abuse assault as a third or subsequent offense. Sifuentes contended in his appeal that his guilty pleas were not
  • Fireworks bill passes Iowa Senate March 22, 2017
    DES MOINES — Iowans may soon be able to buy their bottle rockets, Roman candles and smoke balls at fireworks stands within the state’s borders. The Iowa Senate has voted to make it legal for Iowans to buy and ignite consumer fireworks in celebration of a few major holidays. “The bill before us will modernize
  • Iowa Senate votes to lift cap on enrollment in online academies March 22, 2017
    DES MOINES — The Iowa Senate has voted to expand on-line learning options for Iowa students. If the bill wins House approval, too, there would be no longer be a limit on the number of Iowa students who may take classes online rather than attend a traditional school in their neighborhood. The measure addresses other
  • Bill drafted in response to verbal abuse at Glenwood facility headed to governor’s desk March 22, 2017
    DES MOINES — The Iowa legislature has unanimously passed a bill that expands the definition of dependent adult abuse. Senator Mark Costello, a Republican from Imogene, says it’s partly in response to the verbal abuse of mentally disabled residents at the state-run facility in Glenwood. “Caretakers were swearing at the residents and had inappropriate sexual

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