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Exploring the “miracles” of Mericle Woods

April 24, 2019 I was inspired to write this article during a recent foot patrol through Mericle Woods State Preserve three miles northwest of Toledo. This preserve is a 132-acre public area of mature oak forest. more »»

South Tama FFA plant sale starts May 3

April 24, 2019 Spring is in the air and it is time for the South Tama County FFA Annual Plant Sale! The South Tama County FFA, Plant Science and Horticulture classes have put in countless hours in the high school... more »»

Tama County Community Foundation Awards are presented

April 24, 2019 The annual award ceremony for Tama County Community Foundation grants was held at Dysart on Wednesday, April 17. Eligible non-profit organizations across the county received awards. more »»

Tama County District Court

April 24, 2019 Before District Associate Judge Nicholas Scott in Tama County District Court in Toledo: Steven Ray McVay, 18, Chelsea, pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily injury. more »»

65th annual Tama County Government Day

April 23, 2019 High school students from South Tama, Gladbrook-Reinbeck, Green Mountain-Garwin and North Tama were on hand at the county seat in Toledo for the 65th annual Tama County Government Da. more »»

Stage set for Senior Senior Prom in Tama April 27

April 23, 2019 Tama County Public Health & Home Care, along with The Tama Eagle’s Auxiliary and local business sponsors, are getting ready for the first ever Senior Senior Prom. more »»

State Bank of Toledo employees back Go Blue

April 23, 2019 State Bank of Toledo employees back the Go Blue initiative Prevent Child Abuse Month. more »»

Tama Ambulance Runs

April 23, 2019 April 7 5:17 a.m.- Meskwaki Casino to UnityPoint Health Marshalltown (UPH-M)- Medical 12:21 p.m.- 1600 Block Meskwaki Rd. to UPH-M- Trauma 12:22 p.m.- 100 Block Meskwaki Rd. more »»

Officer is hired, parking tickets fines raised by Tama Council

April 22, 2019 A new police officer was hired, parking ticket fines were raised, bid for mowing contracts was selected and the upcoming Lincoln Highway Bridge Convoy was discussed at the Monday, April 15, meetin... more »»

Day of awareness set for missing, murdered indigenous women

April 22, 2019 The National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous women is Sunday, May 5, at the state Capitol complex from 1-3 p.m. more »»

STEP Festival At South Tama Elementary

April 22, 2019 Aschan Callipoe, South Tama 1st grade student, tries her hand at the 4-H exhibit at the South Tama STEP?Festival on Sunday, April 7. more »»

Tama Police Blotter

April 22, 2019 Tuesday, April 9 Arrested subject for theft 2nd / theft of motor vehicle Traffic stop: verbal for equipment-no taillights (successfully got them on) Assisted Toledo Police with assault at Arrowhead... more »»

Easter

April 21, 2019 Easter... more »»

Hosting walk in Toledo in honor of Older Americans Month in May

April 21, 2019 Tama- Back by popular demand! Northeast Iowa Area Agency on Aging is bringing back our walks! Our Aging, Active and Alive Walks will be held during Older Americans Month to celebrate the strength an... more »»

Iowa: Creative Aging in Rural Libraries– Toledo Library offers workshops

April 21, 2019 In Iowa, where three-quarters of the state’s 544 public libraries serve communities with fewer than 2,500 residents, there is a new initiative to support creative aging in rural areas. more »»

More FEMA Tama County assistance is now available

April 21, 2019 DES MOINES - Gov. Kim Reynolds has received word that additional assistance is now available to public and nonprofit entities in flood-impacted counties. more »»

Re-zone property for new truck business

April 20, 2019 Property on Tama’s east side along Business Highway 30, but not in the city limits, was rezoned for heavy industrial use by the Tama County Board of Supervisors on a 3-0 vote on Monday, April 15. more »»

Belle Werner wins 2nd in Camp Creamery contest

April 20, 2019 Belle Werner, 5th grader at STC Middle School won 2nd prize in the 2019 Camp Creamery Character Roundup contest with her story of "What a Weasel. more »»

To conduct Alliant Energy rate hearing at Marshalltown April 23

April 20, 2019 The Iowa Utilities Board will be conducting a public customer comment meeting on Alliant Energy's proposed increases to its customers retail electric and natural gas rates, which is pending before... more »»

Tama County District Court

April 20, 2019 Before District Court Judge Chad A. more »»

 
 

 

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