Thursday evening, Elementary School Principals Marcia DeVore and Kara Shannon presented an informational concerning the proposed grade-alike structure proposed for the buildings.In a grade-alike structure, Washington Elementary School would house preschool, transitional kindergarten, kindergarten and first and second grades. Lincoln Elementary...
Each year, the Charles City Chamber of Commerce celebrates the numerous volunteers who selflessly give of their time and talents for the betterment of the Charles City community. Superintendent Dr. Dan Cox served as the master of ceremonies on Thursday at this year’s event in the Charles Theatre. He described Charles City as a “...
Sue Cook is Floyd County Farm Bureau’s Ag in the Classroom teacher. On Wednesday, Earth Day, Cook completed a “walk on water bugs” experiment with Rudd-Rockford-Marble Rock sixth-grade students. The experiment taught the students about some of the negative effects of water pollution. For the experiment, students were...
Submitted photo — Competing for Charles City in the State Agri Issues competition in Ames was, from left, McKenzie White, Drew Mitchell, Dan Swartzrock, Mija Cotton, Madison Nauman, Rebecca Tierney and Tauna Mayhorn.
On Monday, seven Charles City High School FFA students competed at the State Agri Issues competition in Ames where they took fourth place of 12 teams. The competition required the students to choose a topic and research various angles and arguments. Rebecca Tierney, team member, described the competition as “a debate, back and forth....
Press photo by Sarina Rhinehart — Several ash trees in Central Park have been marked with a white X and will be cut down in preparation for an expected emerald ash borer infestation.
A couple dozen more ash trees in Charles City parks have been marked to be cut down as a precautionary effort for the anticipated emerald ash borer infestation. At Wednesday’s Park and Recreation Board meeting, the members discussed the trees to be removed, which include five in Central Park and as many as 30 in Waverly Hill Park. The...
Beginning with the youngest standing in front of Washington Elementary School, the line of students stretched along the sidewalk to a back door.Two girls grasped tightly against the wind to a sign with blue, orange and pink flowers around the words: “You can Do it!”The line was dotted with signs:“We are proud of you!”...
Submitted photo — Competing for Charles City in the State Agri Issues competition in Ames was, from left, McKenzie White, Drew Mitchell, Dan Swartzrock, Mija Cotton, Madison Nauman, Rebecca Tierney and Tauna Mayhorn.
Press photo by Sarina Rhinehart — Several ash trees in Central Park have been marked with a white X and will be cut down in preparation for an expected emerald ash borer infestation.
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Submitted photo — Competing for Charles City in the State Agri Issues competition in Ames was, from left, McKenzie White, Drew Mitchell, Dan Swartzrock, Mija Cotton, Madison Nauman, Rebecca Tierney and Tauna Mayhorn.
Thursday, April 23, 2015 - 12:25am
Press photo by Sarina Rhinehart — Several ash trees in Central Park have been marked with a white X and will be cut down in preparation for an expected emerald ash borer infestation.
Thursday, April 23, 2015 - 12:00am

Sports

For the second time this season, Charles City’s squad 2 outscored squad 1, this time by two points at Saturday’s St. Ansgar Invite at the Osage Gun Club.  Of the seven schools...

Business

Full mobility is often taken for granted until after an injury, whether minor or major. At that point, getting back to a normal lifestyle and level of activity becomes a primary goal.

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