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Hawkeye Bus Trip!

AM-1300 KGLO and Corporate Farmer of Mason City as we take a bus trip to watch some Iowa Hawkeyes football! Iowa takes on Michigan at Kinnick Stadium on Saturday, November 12th and you can be there to see the action!... Read more

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  • Wet construction season has had its impact on major Cerro Gordo County road project September 28, 2016
    MASON CITY — A wet construction season, including last week’s torrential rain, has had its impact on a major Cerro Gordo County road construction project. The County Road B-35 project between Mason City and Clear Lake is still scheduled to be completed by late fall, according to County Engineer Mary Kelly. She says with reasonable
  • Iowa ag secretary says crop damage from flood not widespread September 28, 2016
    DES MOINES — Iowa Agriculture Secretary Bill Northey says while there has been a lot of flooding in the state in recent weeks, there has NOT been widespread damage to crops. “It’s so localized, it really depends on what your conditions are like. If you are right along a stream where these streams have come
  • Survey shows most Iowa grocery shoppers trust Iowa farmers September 28, 2016
    DES MOINES — A new survey of grocery shoppers in the state finds 94-percent “place trust” in Iowa farmers. Andrew Wheeler is a spokesperson for the Iowa Farm Bureau, which released results of its Food and Farm Index Survey conducted by The Harris Poll. “It also found that nearly nine in ten, 89-percent, say they
  • Man convicted of Mason City murder loses appeal for post-conviction relief September 28, 2016
    MASON CITY — A man convicted of a murder at a Mason City motel two decades ago has lost an appeal of the denial of his application for post-conviction relief. Michael Weatherspoon was convicted of stabbing 55-year-old Jerry Dean 14 times during an altercation at the Willow Run Annex on March 4th of 1998. Dean
  • University of Iowa legend, north-central Iowa native Duncan dead after battle with cancer September 28, 2016
    DES MOINES — A University of Iowa football legend who grew up in north-central Iowa has died. A statement from the Iowa athletic department says All-American quarterback Randy Duncan died Tuesday evening in Des Moines, following a lengthy battle with cancer, at the age of 79. A native of Osage who moved to Mason City

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