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 • Jewell City Council to meet Monday evening.

 A meeting of the Jewell City Council will be Monday evening at 7:00 at the city hall. The council will hear from a representative from the Trash Man to discuss weekly recycling in the community. There will be discussion on updating the park board ordinance,approve a motion to remove Karen Culpepper a signer on all of the city of Jewell's bank accounts, and look at a request for a new street light to be installed.There will be a look at yard repairs needed due to a water leak,discuss approved the use of the city electric sign,review a lot rebate and tax abatement requests for 406 South Street and an update on the Jewell water plan plus other matters.

 • Northeast Hamilton sees slight increase in enrollment.

 At its meeting Thursday night, the Northeast Hamilton Community School Board received the certified enrollment for the 2016-17 school year. Assistant superintendent and principal Mike Kruger said the enrollment stands at 195 students. Last year's enrollment was at 193 students. The board accepted the resignation of part time school nurese Julie Olson. Kruger said her position will be advertised. In another personnel issue, the board approved the contract recommendation of Julie Payne for serving as ELL and special education instructor once a week. 

Last week's Trojan Spirit Night was well attended with a great turnout enjoying a meal and activities. A special thanks goes out to all the volunteers that participated in the kitchen, the classrooms and gymnasium. The Northeast Hamilton School Improvement Advisory Commission will meet in January to look at issues including school finances, building needs, bullying and harassment matters and more. A date will be set at a future board meeting.

Kruger announced that a new elevator will  be installed next week at the school. Plans were announced for an all school trip to the Iowa Wild hockey game in Des Moines on Thursday,November 10 at 10:30 at Wells Fargo Arena.

The next Northeast Hamilton school board meeting will be on Thursday,November 10 at 6:00 p.m. at the elementary media center in Blairsburg.

 • Webster City Community School Board to meet Monday.

 The next Webster City Community School Board will meet Monday evening at 6:00 at the school office at 820 Des Moines Street. The board will take action on the ag department aquaculture and animal lab proposal, approve the textbook inventory, approve fund raising requests and special education contract. The certified enrollment for the Webster City school district will be announced at the board meeting. There will be a a review of a board policy on wellneess plus other matters.

 • Fort Dodge man facing charges after Tuesday incident.
 • Hamilton County Conservation Board award contract to Mason City architectural firm for B.W. Conference Center pending approval.




Iowa State News




    Board of Regents receives 40 applications for UNI president
    The finalists in the search for a new president at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls should be known by November. Katie Mulholland gave fellow Board of Regents members an update at their meeting this week. “I’m pleased to report that we have over 40 applications for the position. It’s very, very exciting,” […]
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    Iowa gardeners say goodbye to good season as cold weather looms
    The weather conditions this spring and fall that have led some farmers to report good results in their corn and bean fields have also carried over to the backyard gardener. Iowa State University’s Susan DeBlieck works with the Extension Department’s Master Gardener program,”For the most part we had really ideal growing conditions for vegetables in […]
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    Clinton native returns to Iowa with Spizzwinks acapella group
    The Yale University all-male acapella group called the Spizzwinks is in eastern Iowa for several performances this weekend. The 14 members of the group are here because Clinton native and Prince Of Peace School graduate Noah Strausser is a member. Stausser says, “We have a thing called the Spizzwink Promise, where every member of the […]
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    City clerk gets five years in prison for theft, arson
    The former city clerk in Casey has been sentenced to five years in prison for setting a fire and stealing from the community. Sixty-one-year-old Dorothy Dillinger admits she used the city’s money to fill her car with gas, get cigarettes and make-up and buy personal items at places like Victoria’s Secret and Amazon.com. In addition, […]
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    Iowan involved in landmark free speech case has died
    An Iowa lawyer connected to a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case has died. Dan Johnston was just 30 years old in 1969 when the Supreme Court issued its ruling on the so-called Tinker case. Johnston represented two students who were suspended from Des Moines Public Schools for wearing black arm bands to protest the Vietnam […]
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