The Cerro Gordo County 4-H Program recently received an $810 grant from the Iowa 4-H Foundation for an upcoming Drone Camp.
Country Thunder Iowa has been a grand coming out party after more than a year of COVID-19 limitations.
A St. Angsar man and his son were arrested Friday morning for their alleged involvement in the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6.
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One day during batting practice at the start of the season, with winds gusting around 50 miles per hour, Mason City Newman Catholic leadoff hi…
Newman Catholic Knights baseball took on the St. Ansgar Saints, beating them 11-2 at a game in Mason City on Friday, June 11.
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After many complaints made in the past few days about a strong sewer-like odor around Clear Lake, the Clear Lake Sanitary District (CLSD) reac…
With favorable weather, weed treatments will continue on Sunday, June 13.
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The Mason City Fire Department responded to the 900 block of South Tennessee Place late Wednesday night after a report of a house fire.
The park will remain closed until Worth County Conservation can discuss ongoing issues and form a plan to ensure safety.
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The event begins at 10 a.m. at the Clear Lake Arts Center.
"Anybody who has been in this is going to be changed. It’s safe to say I won’t have another experience like this in my career."
The event, scheduled for June 26, will take donations and feature a silent auction that raises money to keep the fair free.
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The event gets going at noon at LD's Filling Station and is halfway toward its goal of raising $6,000.