01 March 2018
High school principal learns from the Marines

High school principal learns from the Marines


By Thomas Nelson, tnelson@charlescitypress.com Josh Johnson is as motivated as a Marine. Johnson, the principal at Charles City High School, pa...
28 February 2018
Charles City police take steps to fight what they see as growing opioid problem

Charles City police take steps to fight what they see as growing opioid problem


By Thomas Nelson, tnelson@charlescitypress.com The Charles City Police Department is now carrying Narcan nasal spray to combat opiate overdoses, to...
Charles City and Iowa Soybean Association partner for a sponsored project

Charles City and Iowa Soybean Association partner for a sponsored project


By Thomas Nelson, tnelson@charlescitypress.com A watershed management plan could be funded through a sponsored project that Charles...
 
Development group to gauge labor supply, housing needs

Development group to gauge labor supply, housing needs


By Bob Steenson, bsteenson@charlescitypress.com To move forward it often helps to know where you're already at. The Charles City Area Development C...
27 February 2018
Preparing for a Red Cross deployment

Preparing for a Red Cross deployment


By Thomas Nelson, tnelson@charlescitypress.com The Ohio River is flooding; tornadoes and thunderstorms have left five dead in Kentucky, Michigan an...
High school fine arts group advocates for new auditorium priorities

High school fine arts group advocates for new auditorium priorities


By Bob Steenson, bsteenson@charlescitypress.com The grand traditions of the North Grand Auditorium are behind efforts by the Charles City High Scho...
 
26 February 2018
Charles City school district facing $575,000 in 2018-19 budget cuts

Charles City school district facing $575,000 in 2018-19 budget cuts


By Bob Steenson, bsteenson@charlescitypress.com The public got the first look at almost half a million dollars in potential budget cuts in next year...
25 February 2018
It’s not a mystery how the Mystery Murder Dinner was a success

It’s not a mystery how the Mystery Murder Dinner was a success


By Thomas Nelson, tnelson@charlescitypress.com The Murder Mystery Dinner on Saturday night packed the Floyd County Fairgrounds Youth Enrichment Ce...
Two Scouts earn the the Arrow of Light

Two Scouts earn the the Arrow of Light


By Thomas Nelson, tnelson@charlescitypress.com Two boys received the Arrow of Light Sunday at St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church. Ryder ...
 
Prosecution calls witnesses in Lindaman sex abuse trial

Prosecution calls witnesses in Lindaman sex abuse trial


By Mira Schmitt-Cash, For the Press Jurors in Franklin County District Court heard testimony Friday from three witnesses for the prosecution in the...