The Floyd County Sheriff’s Office has outfitted it deputies with cameras and next it will  explore the cost to upgrade the cameras in the courthouse.The Floyd County Board of Supervisors at its workshop meeting Monday discussed the cameras as well as adding solar panels to the county zoning ordinance and taking down students’...
Levi Blaine works on a batter during the 2015 season. He was the Comets’ ace pitcher this year. — Press file photo
Charles City’s Levi Blaine tacked on another award to his high school campaign after being nominated to the second team, all-state in the Iowa Newspaper Association rankings.Blaine appeared as the Comets’ ace pitcher throughout the season — the position the INA nominated him to on the all-state team.Blaine did most of his damage...
The Floyd County Sheriff’s Office has outfitted it deputies with cameras and next it will  explore the cost to upgrade the cameras in the courthouse.The Floyd County Board of Supervisors at its workshop meeting Monday discussed the cameras as well as adding solar panels to the county zoning ordinance and taking down students’...
High School Band Director Jake Gassman, center back, guides, Isaac Wink, left, Melany Pleggenkuhle, fron center, and Autumn Gerber, right, in a conducting lesson on the first day of band camp.
All week starting at 11:30 a.m. and going until 5 p.m. Charles City High School band members will have an opportunity to dust off their instruments and skills — it’s the first week of band camp. The first week of band camp is divided into sections. Each group of instruments is given a 45 minute slot to come in and work with their...
Stephanie Fatland
Legal experts are questioning an Iowa judge's decision to prohibit a woman convicted of child endangerment from becoming pregnant again while on probation.Women's and civil rights experts say the pregnancy ban isn't constitutional.District Court Judge James Drew issued the order for 23-year-old Stephanie Fatland of Mason City during a...
More great weather was on tap on Friday at another Party in the Park celebration. Families and friends came out enjoy music by PV & the Phantoms — a band headed to the Iowa Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in September. Also, giant turkey legs from local Charles City restaurants were gobbled up. Party goers were able to slup down...
Levi Blaine works on a batter during the 2015 season. He was the Comets’ ace pitcher this year. — Press file photo
High School Band Director Jake Gassman, center back, guides, Isaac Wink, left, Melany Pleggenkuhle, fron center, and Autumn Gerber, right, in a conducting lesson on the first day of band camp.
Stephanie Fatland
McKiness Excavation keeps construction of the new middle school on schedule despite recent rains.
Thursday, July 23, 2015 - 5:00am
Jay Jung and his son Bennett stand with Jung’s spring turkey harvest. Hunting is just one the many outdoor hobbies Jung enjoys.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 - 11:00pm
Sportsmen’s Park is home to the Charles City baseball and softball teams. As all the fields in the Press’ coverage area do, Sportsmen’s Park gives the good ol’ homey Iowa feel, bringing the community together on nights like this. — Press file photo
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 - 12:30am
Pastor Debi Lincoln, left, receives a $500 check from Cathy Hall on behalf of the Salvation Army. According to Lincoln, Messiahs Food Pantry recently had two refrigerators shut down. The $500 was put towards replacing one of the refrigerators.  	The pantry feeds roughly 2000 people month, with somewhere between 700 and 800 families in their system, Lincoln said. The refrigerators are used to store cold food items such as produce. During the garden season, the pantry is given many generous donations of fresh
Tuesday, July 21, 2015 - 11:00pm
Classmates take on an improv challenge warmup during the last class Thursday night at the middle school theater. Press photo by Kate Hayden
Friday, July 17, 2015 - 11:06pm
Adam Whitty is a recent graduate of Faith Baptist Theological Seminary and has answered the call at Temple Baptist Church in Charles City.
Thursday, July 16, 2015 - 11:00pm

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Levi Blaine works on a batter during the 2015 season. He was the Comets’ ace pitcher this year. — Press file photo
Charles City’s Levi Blaine tacked on another award to his high school campaign after being nominated to the second team, all-state in the Iowa Newspaper Association rankings.Blaine appeared as...

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