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By James Grob, jgrob@charlescitypress.com Dr. Randolfo De Leon took the long way to get home. Floyd County Medical Center held a retirement gathering for De Leon...

By James Grob, jgrob@charlescitypress.com Bugs, a cross-bred steer owned by Amy, Les and Alec Staudt of Rockford — and sponsored by Friends of Floyd County...

By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com Kaleb Osier has goals — the kind that someday could make him some serious bank. But in the meantime, it’s back to school...

By Bob Steenson, bsteenson@charlescitypress.com Tire “flotation” is an important consideration for agricultural equipment. The ability to move heavy weights through the fields without compressing...

By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com The Charles City Police Department is actively searching for two burglary suspects considered armed and dangerous after a Saturday morning assault...

By Jennifer Lantz, Nashua Reporter Renewing your relationship on a daily basis is an important part of a long, healthy marriage. There were many couples...

By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com Demo mode done. The Charley Western Recreation Trail Bridge, which unexpectedly collapsed into the Cedar River last month during the process of...

By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com A smile widens across the face of Diana Childs when she starts talking about her produce stand at the Charles City...

By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com Charles City has rallied around Jordy. Now it’s just a matter of getting the new K-9 narcotics dog back to Charles City. Comprehensive...

By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com Just like the mail, the garbage never stops. It’s a reality that the Floyd–Mitchell–Chickasaw Landfill near Elma faces on a daily basis. The...

Press Staff Report Need a new furnace? If you meet income guidelines you might qualify to have a new furnace installed free of charge in the...

By Bob Steenson, bsteenson@charlescitypress.com The filing period for county elected offices for candidates not running as a political party nominee began this week, and already...

By Bob Steenson, bsteenson@charlescitypress.com People call them by different names — garage sale, tag sale, yard sale, even great big metal shed sale. Whatever they go...

Kim Rowell of Charles City Realty presents a check to Jacqueline Davidson, director at the Charles City Arts Center, for $100 to go to...

By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com A little something different — but definitely unique. Name–brand clothing, designer makeup, barnwood furniture and a whole lot more are among the...

Hemann emphasizes ‘we are here to assist, not take over’ By Jennifer Lantz, Nashua Reporter The Chickasaw County Sheriff’s Office will provide support to the Nashua...

By Bob Steenson, bsteenson@charlescitypress.com Some Floyd County property owners’ flood insurance requirements could change under new floodplain maps that are being developed by the state...

By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com Bringing the community together — that’s National Night Out in a nutshell. Hundreds of area residents made their way to Central Park in...

The Charles City Art Center held a ice cream social reception on Friday for residents of Comprehensive Systems Inc. in Charles City, whose artwork...

By Bob Steenson, bsteenson@charlescitypress.com A Charles City man convicted of assault with intent to commit sexual abuse has been charged with failure to register with...

The Northeast Iowa Regional Board of Realtors donated $500 Tuesday to the Charles City Police Department to be used toward the purchase of body...

To The Press TLC (The Learning Center) has received a $10,000 grant from the First Citizens Charitable Foundation. The check was presented recently by Charles City...

By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com A recreational fire started in a backyard on 16th Avenue in Charles City around 9 p.m. Monday could have been a lot...

By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com The Main Street sidewalk project has a completion date finalized. It’s been four years since pedestrians could traverse Clark and Main streets...

By Mira Schmitt-Cash, New Hampton Tribune Saturday was good fun, but whether it was “clean” was debatable. That evening a crowd of about a hundred...

By Bob Steenson, bsteenson@charlescitypress.com Progress continues on the many different pieces of a puzzle that will come together in the form of a new...

There will be a Powering Rural Iowa Roadshow informational presentation at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7, at the Charles City NIACC Center, 203 Brantingham...

“Chuck Goes to Hawaii” was the theme Friday evening for Party in the Park in Charles City, as attendees wore Hawaiian leis and Iowa...

By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra@charlescitypress.com Paul Pate tackled a number of topics on Saturday in Charles City. And yes, his failed run for Iowa’s governor in the...

By Kelly Terpstra, kterpstra, charlescitypress.com There was some light rain — call it sprinkles — and an overcast sky on Saturday in Marble Rock. But that didn’t stop...

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