18 October 2019
Semi-trailer fire extinguished at Winnebago

Semi-trailer fire extinguished at Winnebago


By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com Strong winds wafted billowing smoke high into the sky over 210th Street in Charles City early Fri...
17 October 2019
Homeowners south of Maple Heights ask council to sever property from city limits

Homeowners south of Maple Heights ask council to sever property from city limits


By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com Two homeowners addressed the Charles City Council to have their properties at 195th Street, just ...
Jessen to be keynote speaker at Hope For Life banquet Nov. 3

Jessen to be keynote speaker at Hope For Life banquet Nov. 3


By James Grob, jgrob@charlescitypress.com Hope For Life Pregnancy Center’s Fall Dessert Banquet, “Rising Above,” will be held Sunday, Nov. 3, a...
 
Opp is new director at Hope For Life Pregnancy Center in Charles City

Opp is new director at Hope For Life Pregnancy Center in Charles City


By James Grob, jgrob@charlescitypress.com Gayle Opp may be the new director at Hope For Life Pregnancy Center in Charles City, but she’s a famili...
Candidates face questions at Charles City Council election forum

Candidates face questions at Charles City Council election forum


By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com Part one of two articles. Charles City residents got a chance to know five candidates running ...
Judges decide New Hampton restaurant makes one tasty tenderloin

Judges decide New Hampton restaurant makes one tasty tenderloin


By Bob Fenske and Bob Steenson, New Hampton Tribune and Charles City Press A Nashua native who manages a bar and restaurant in New Hampton sells th...
 
16 October 2019
Lincoln students experience Mexican music and culture

Lincoln students experience Mexican music and culture


By James Grob, jgrob@charlescitypress.com This has been a week filled with dance, art and culture at Lincoln Elementary School in Charles City — ...
Lions kick off annual book sale

Lions kick off annual book sale


By James Grob, jgrob@charlescitypress.com The sale is nearly three times as long this year, with three times the number of books on sale — and mo...
SHIIP program at FCMC helps seniors choose health care options to save money

SHIIP program at FCMC helps seniors choose health care options to save money


By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com Sometimes choosing the right senior drug coverage plan can be a confusing and complicated decisio...
 
U.S. Cellular phone service back up after outage

U.S. Cellular phone service back up after outage


By James Grob, jgrob@charlescitypress.com For nearly 24 hours Tuesday and Wednesday, many folks in Charles City had to remember how to live without p...