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Toes are tapping at Gail’s Academy of Dance in downtown Tama

November 13, 2017 They say when one door closes another door opens. For one new Tama-Toledo business owner, that is quite literally what happened. more »»

Tama residents reminded of winter sidewalk, street requirements

November 13, 2017 Tama Mayor Mike Carnahan said Monday night with the coming of the winter season Tama residents need to remember the rules covering streets and sidewalks in the city. more »»

South Tama Middle school 1st Quarter Perfect Attendance

November 13, 2017 5th Grade Abrego, Ilianna Aneweer, Logen Angel, Eduardo Araiza, Nicolas Bear, Alyissa Bolanos, Raul Brown, Cailey Carnahan, Emily Castanon-andrade, Luis Cervantes, Janette Crouch, Alexis Fonseca,... more »»

Forty and Eight awards nursing scholarships

November 13, 2017 The Voiture 568 of the Forty and Eight awarded nurse scholarships to eleven deserving men and women on Oct. 25, at the Marshalltown American Legion Post 46. more »»

Tama Ambulance Runs

November 13, 2017 Oct. 29 10 a.m.- Meskwaki Casino to UnityPoint Health, Marshalltown (UPH-M)- Trauma 10:07 a.m.- 200 Block N East St., Toledo to UPH-M- Medical 7:42 p.m.- 300 Block Siegel St. to UPH-M- Medical Oc. more »»

Tama County Democrats hear from governor, congressional candidates

November 12, 2017 Health care, immigration, education and taxes were some of the topics discussed by Iowa Democratic gubernatorial and congressional hopefuls on Saturday evening. more »»

South Tama Elementary Red Ribbon Week Activities

November 12, 2017 The STC Elementary students and staff along with helpers from the High School kicked off Red Ribbon Week on Monday, October 23. more »»

Chelsea Car Show backs American Legion

November 12, 2017 The Chelsea Car Show donated $500.00 to The Chelsea American Legion Post #269. more »»

Community Foundation grant applications due Jan. 15

November 12, 2017 Grant applications can now be submitted to the Tama County Community Foundation. The deadline to submit applications is midnight Jan. 15. more »»

Weekend Area Veterans Day Events

November 11, 2017 •Toledo Legion Program - Tama Co. Courthouse Square, Sat., Nov. 11, 11 a.m.- at Legion Hall if inclement weather •Veterans Day Powwow - Grand Entry Sat. Nov., 11 6:30 p.m. more »»

County-wide election results for Tama County cities

November 11, 2017 -Toledo - Unofficial Results Total voters - 320 - 22. more »»

“The Fighting Sullivans” film kicks off 5-week Sunday festival at the Wieting

November 11, 2017 A free screening of “The Fighting Sullivans” will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 12 at the Wieting Theatre, 101 South Church St., in Toledo. Monday, Nov. more »»

Tama County Jail Bookings & Arrests

November 11, 2017 Note: Arrest or citation for a crime is not a determination of guilt. Guilt or innocence is always determined in a court of law. Oct. 20 9:54 a.m.- Gustavo A. Diaz J. more »»

Iowa Crop • Weather Report

November 11, 2017 DES MOINES - The Iowa Crop Progress and Condition report has been released by the USDA National Agricultural Statistical Service. The report is released weekly from April through October. more »»

Tama Council wants change in local fireworks regulations

November 10, 2017 There were no “fireworks” at the Monday night, Nov. more »»

Value of modern medical device seen first hand on Tama ambulance

November 10, 2017 “It was a Godsend,” John Lloyd, Tama Public Works Director, said. He told Tama City Council members at their regular meeting Monday night, Nov. more »»

Toledo Police Blotter

November 10, 2017 Thursday, Oct. 26 Report of a suspicious subject walking in the 900 Block of South Broadway. more »»

Hobart lays out plans for Toledo Juvenile home campus

November 9, 2017 Next: Meeting With State Officials Om Nov. more »»

Verdict in Judge's hands in Purk murder trial

November 9, 2017 Tama County District Court Judge Ian K. Thornhlll heard closing arguments on Thursday morning, Nov. 9, and said he will review the 1st degree murder case of Tit Otis Purk, 51, Tam. more »»

Tradition continues––– To assemble stockings for troops

November 9, 2017 Continuing the annual tradition, members of the local community are banding together to make Christmas a little brighter for members of the military stationed in Bagram, Afghanistan and surrounding... more »»

 
 

 

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