T-R FILE PHOTO From this March 24, 2016 photo, Marshalltown Compost Center employee Rick Williams checks in a customer. The center's first day of operation for the 2017 season was April 3. On Monday, cold temperatures, a steady rain and wind put a .
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Former Center Associates CEO Mike Bergman of Marshalltown , right, visits with staff at an event held in his honor at Riverview Park in Marshalltown last month. Bergman announced his resignation earlier this year. However, he .
While attending the University of Iowa ... employment law. During her final year, she was an extern with presiding Judge Pamela Loza in the Cook County Domestic Relations Parentage Division. Jessica earned Dean's List honors throughout her time at John.
The Marshalltown woman was in the roadway in the 1100 block of Iowa Avenue East when she was hit by a Dodge Grand Caravan shortly before 9 p.m.. The Grand Caravan was driven by Barbara Ann Miller, 85, of Marshalltown . Wendy Easton, Holly Boone's .
One of the nine people arrested in Wednesday’s drug raid had been working at the Marshall County Jail. A statement released by ... and at no time did her employment threaten personnel or operations at the jail. Soraya Armas was one of eight people.
The Ethnic Minorities of Burma Advocacy Resource Center (EMBARC) was founded in Iowa in 2011 by and for ethnic people from Burma who have come to the United States as refugees fleeing political turmoil and violence. EMBARC's local branch serves .
“I enjoy my new job ,” she sad. “I am always looking to taking on a new challenges. I love Woodbury School, the kids, the families and the staff. Over the years as a resident and educator, I have really come to know them … they are the meat of the.
Deloris retired from the Upjohn Company after 25 years of employment ... a past Grand committee member and Grand Marshall of the Grand Chapter of Michigan OES. Deloris served as president of the Kalamazoo County OES and was a former Mother Adviser of.
He also cited the creation of a “Dangerous and Dilapidated” program which removed five dilapidated residential structures last year, and hiring of City Administrator Jessica Kinser. He saluted the Marshall Economic Development organization ... Gowdy.
Clayton Bennett Heck, 19, Corydon, Iowa; speeding on other roadways ... use best efforts to obtain and/or maintain gainful employment; upon full compliance with terms of this suspended imposition, defendant shall bring this matter to the court's attention.
Marshall ... the Iowa subscription company with offenses related to the crash, they couldn't get enough evidence against her. Instead, they ended up charging Lane, her ex-husband who supervised Holmes' subscription crew. Lane, who owned Youth Employment.
An email request to Marshall County Attorney Jennifer Miller requesting comment was not returned before press time Friday. The six-member jury of three men and three women returned the sealed verdict to Judge Kim Riley after deliberating approximately .
A former employee of Marshalltown's Spread-All Manufacturing has entered guilty pleas of theft and tampering with records. Marcy Ann German's guilty pleas were the result of a plea bargain after an additional charge of ongoing criminal conduct was.
Methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia were found in the home, according to the sheriff's office. Law enforcement said the home had poor living conditions and there was obvious drug use and sales. Kristen Hernandez, 28, of Marshalltown was .
UnityPoint Health- Marshalltown has announced Dr. Lance VanGundy return to the hospital's Emergency Department Oct. 1. “We are excited to have Dr. VanGundy as a part of our Marshalltown team again,” said Dustin Wright, president of UnityPoint .