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  • Fire claims the life of Mason City man May 2, 2016
    MASON CITY — Mason City fire officials are confirming that one man is dead after a fire Sunday morning on the city’s northeast side. Fire Marshal Jamey Medlin says firefighters responded to 957 15th Place Northeast shortly before 4:50 Sunday morning. On arrival, the occupant of the home, 24-year-old Ackhasenh Cavan, was outside of the
  • Main Avenue sidewalks on Clear Lake council agenda tonight May 2, 2016
    CLEAR LAKE — A downtown sidewalk project is among the topics to be discussed by the Clear Lake City Council tonight. The council at their April 18th meeting postponed a vote on deciding which of three options was best in reconstructing the Main Avenue brick paver sidewalks. One of the questions that the council wanted
  • New River City Sculptures on Parade exhibit to be installed tomorrow May 2, 2016
    MASON CITY — The new River City Sculptures on Parade exhibit will be installed tomorrow throughout downtown Mason City. The new exhibit will feature 47 sculptures along the 1-point-7 mile walk that begins on West State Street in front of the Principal building and ends at the “American Architect” sculpture in Central Park. Installation of
  • Midwest survey still points to economic growth May 2, 2016
    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – Figures from a survey of supply managers in nine Midwest and Plains states have dropped slightly after rising for three months, but they still point to economic growth. A report issued Monday says the Mid-American Business Conditions Index declined to 50.1 in April from 50.6 in March. The survey results are
  • Governor faults Senate Democrats for failing to pass water quality measure May 2, 2016
    DES MOINES — Governor Terry Branstad delivered a mostly-positive review of the 2016 legislative session this morning. Branstad praised legislators from both parties for making “tough decisions” on state spending and passing criminal sentencing reforms, but Branstad faulted Senate Democrats and their leader, Mike Gronstal, for failing to pass some sort of water quality initiative.

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