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Tait Purk guilty of 1st degree murder

May 10, 2017 Tait Otis Purk, 50, was found guilty of 1st degree murder of his fiance, Cora Ann Okonski, in Tama 17 years ago. A 12-member jury received the case at about 3:30 p.m. more »»

Pizza With Police May 18

May 10, 2017 Tama County SKIP?is inviting kids to have pizza with local law enforcement next Thursday at the Tama Civic Center between 5-7 p.m. more »»

Montour alumni to meet May 27

May 10, 2017 The Montour High School annual Alumni Banquet will be held Saturday, May 27, 2017, at the Reinig Toledo Civic Center in Toledo. Reservations may be made by May 22. more »»

South Tama, Meskwaki third graders receive bike hlemets

May 10, 2017 Special to The Chronicle Part of Grinnell Regional Medical Center’s mission is a commitment to promoting wellness. more »»

Toledo Police Blotter

May 10, 2017 Thursday, April 27 Report of harassment in the 500 Block of South Broadway. Handled by officer Report of trespassing at the old Casey’s store on Highway 63. more »»

Toleod Ambulance Runs

May 10, 2017 April 27 2:10 a.m.- 403 Grandview Drive to Grinnell Regional Medical Center (GRMC) 3:16 p.m.- 401 1st Ave. to Central Iowa Healthcare, Marshalltown (CIH) 4:15 p.m.- 403 Grandview Drive to GRMC 5:28 p. more »»

Tait Purk denies killing Cora Ann Okonski

May 9, 2017 Tait Otis Purk took the stand Monday in Iowa District Court in Marengo repeatedly denying killing his fiance, Cora Ann Okonski in the year 2000. Testimony wrapped up shortly after 3 p.m. more »»

Minority unemployment is focus of listening tour at Meskwaki Vets Center

May 9, 2017 Special to The News-Herald Community members and leaders gathered on April 19 at the Meskwaki Bingo Casino Hotel Veterans Convention Center to share their insights and perspectives regarding... more »»

Iowa Crop • Weather Report

May 9, 2017 DES MOINES - Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey today commented on the Iowa Crop Progress and Condition report released by the USDA National Agricultural Statistical Service. more »»

Tama Police Blotter

May 9, 2017 Monday, April 24 Business checks Bar checks Stationary radar Business 30 / L Ave Responded for medical call 700 block John Street South Tama School patrol Medical Call - 200 of E 6th St. more »»

Tama’s 5th Street east gateway project bid approved

May 8, 2017 BID?LOWER?THAN?EXPECTED: THREE MORE STREET PROJECTS MAY BE ADDED By John Speer Editor jspeer@tamatoledonews. more »»

Tama County Magistrate Court

May 8, 2017 Before District Court Judge Paul D. more »»

Denise Fletcher to share travel experiences at Toledo Library

May 7, 2017 Spend some time learning about other cultures as Denise Fletcher shares some experiences from her travels in Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan. Flethcer, of Toledo, will present highlights of her travels there. more »»

Flower sale aids grave project

May 7, 2017 On Friday, May 12, the last Tama Legion fish fry, bake sale, and flower sale of the season closes. We are in need of bake sale items (bring in by 4:30 p.m. more »»

Tama Police Blotter

May 7, 2017 Monday, April 24 Business checks Bar checks Stationary radar Business 30 / L Ave Responded for medical call 700 block John Street South Tama School patrol Medical Call - 200 of E 6th St. more »»

Tait Purk murder trial to move into second week

May 6, 2017 The cold case disappearance of Cora Ann Okonski in 2000 now being tried as a homicide entered its second week of trial Monda. more »»

$1 Million Grant awarded to STC Schools

May 6, 2017 Special To The News-Herald Over the last year, Mary Jones, Superintendent of STC, has been working with the Mansfield Foundation to create a pathway for more of their grant money to serve our local... more »»

Tama Ambulance answers 17 calls

May 6, 2017 The Tama Ambulance Service had 17 calls for service in the seven-day period ending April 29. This included Wednesday, April 24, with seven responses on that day alone. more »»

State Bank of Toledo celebrates 90 Years

May 5, 2017 The State Bank of Toledo will always be an anchor to the Tama-Toledo communities. This year marks its 90th year in business since opening in April, 1927. more »»

Emily Babinat appointed to the Tama City Council

May 5, 2017 Emily Babinat was selected from among three applicants to fill the unexpired term of Mike Carnahan on the Tama City Council on Tuesday night, May 2. more »»



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