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Iowa Federation of Women's Club Scholarships Available

February 3, 2014 The General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) is a diverse and supportive network of women in all f if ty states and in more than a dozen other countries with 100,000 members and more than 3,200... more »»

Area Community college graduates score perfect on nursing exams

February 2, 2014 Perfection is a pretty high standard, but graduates of the one-year Practical Nursing and two-year Associate Degree Nursing programs at both Ellsworth Community College and Marshalltown Community... more »»

South Tama PPEL vote is Tuesday

January 31, 2014 Voters in the South Tama School District will decide on Tuesday, Feb. 4, on the renewal of a Physical Plant and Equipment Levy which would continue the assessment for 10 years beginning July 1, 201. more »»

Movie Sunday at Tama Library

January 31, 2014 It’s been awhile since we’ve updated you on news from the library. You might have heard that we had a pipe burst in an exterior wall, mostly affecting our children’s library. more »»

South Tama School Board approves asbestos removal at the high school

January 30, 2014 On Monday night, Jan. 20, the South Tama School Board members approved an agreement with Abatement Specialties to perform asbestos removal at the South Tama High School in Tama at a cost of $20,37. more »»

Meskwaki teams earn State High School academic honors

January 29, 2014 Meskwaki High School is proud to announce that this year’s girls cross country team, boys cross country team, and football team have qualified for the Iowa High School Athletic Associations... more »»

Tama adult education and literacy efforts highlighted

January 28, 2014 MARSHALLTOWN – Jennifer Wilson, Director of Adult Literacy Programs, gave an update on staffing, programming and student successes at the new Iowa Valley Tama County Education Center during this... more »»

South Tama schools closed Monday, Jan. 27

January 26, 2014 South Tama schools will be closed on Monday, Jan. 27, due to weather conditions. more »»

MCC Construction Technology program accepting proposals for residential project

January 25, 2014 MARSHALLTOWN - The Marshalltown Community College Construction Technology program is accepting applications for the construction of a residential home by students during the 2014-2015 academic year. more »»

South Tama levy vote is set on Feb. 4

January 23, 2014 South Tama School District voters will cast ballots in a special election on Tuesday, Feb. more »»

South Tama School Board holds policy discussions

January 22, 2014 By Joyce Wiese Chronicle correspondent The South Tama School Board met Monday night, Jan. 13, for discussion of policy and other matters on which action was expected at the Jan. more »»

Sooth Tama announces PBIS Students of the month

January 21, 2014 South Tama High School would like to present four students that have demonstrated being respectful, responsible, ready, and successful. more »»

Appreciate what else goes on at the games

January 20, 2014 In a small town like this one, there’s not much to do on a Friday night during the winter besides visit a basketball game or two. more »»

South Tama schools to start 2 hours late on Tuesday

January 20, 2014 South Tama schools announced a 2-hour late start for classes on Tuesday, Jan. 21, due to weather conditions. more »»

Candy Canes for Cancer buys toys for children at U of I Hospital

January 20, 2014 Candy Canes for Cancer is a community service student organization sponsored by the South Tama High School Autonomous Learner (ALM) Class. more »»

Salgado brothers bring Origami display to the Toledo Library

January 16, 2014 Brothers Anthony and Andrew Salgado began their interest in paper folding and origami when they were in second and third grades. They began by looking at books and practicing the art of folding. more »»

Tama Co. Sheriff’s Office trains South Tama staff in crisis incident response

January 15, 2014 “The ultimate goal with ALICE isn’t to “change” any school district or business policy, but rather enhance any policies already in place,” says Rodney Drummer, Tama County deputy sheriff. more »»

South Tama schools delay start two hours

January 14, 2014 South Tama schools will start classes two hours late on Tuesday, Jan. 14, due to weather conditions. more »»

Coffee and Cards Are Iowa Valley Offerings

January 11, 2014 Mark your calendars for a fun way to spend a Saturday morning. On Saturday, Jan. 18 , Sandy McAntire is ready to get her class "juiced" with her espresso machine. more »»

Toledo Public Library receives Iowa Technology Grant Award

January 8, 2014 The State Library of Iowa is pleased to announce the Toledo Public Library has received a Library Technology Grant Award in the amount of $1,500 for replacement of the Vision Iowa Technology Room... more »»



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