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Marcella “Sally” Weiskamp

Marcella “Sally” Weiskamp, 96, of Britt, passed away Wednesday, May 25, 2022 at Westview Care Center in Britt. A Mass of Christian Burial for Sally Weiskamp will be held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, May 31, 2022 at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, 335 First Avenue South East in Britt, with Father Joseph Sevcik officiating.
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Employee of Mason City liquor store charged with theft

MASON CITY, Iowa – A woman has been arrested for stealing thousands of dollars from her employer. Christina Micheal Barnish, 43 of Mason City, has been charged with second degree theft. Court documents state Barnish was employed by a Mason City liquor store and took the bank deposit bag...
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Huge 90s Band Set to Rock RAGBRAI’s Mason City Stop

It must be summertime if RAGBRAI news is on the minds of Iowans. The 2022 edition will feature an overnight stop in Mason City and, if you're familiar with RAGBRAI you know overnight stops generally have entertainment for the riders. Mason City is no exception! The city that's known to...
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Three of four charged in Crystal Lake campground riot plead guilty

CRYSTAL LAKE — Three of the four men accused of causing what was termed as a riot at a Crystal Lake campground last summer have pleaded guilty. 50-year-old Troy Julius of Buffalo Center, 36-year-old Joshua Murra of Buffalo Center, 44-year-old Troy Fleener of Thompson and 28-year-old Logan Swearingen of Thompson were accused of provoking a violent incident at Hanna’s Campground on July 17th.
CRYSTAL LAKE, IA
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Highway 218/18/27 Floyd Interchange Project Moves Ahead

It’s been just over a month since traffic at the Highway 218/18/27 interchange at Floyd was switched to a head-to-head pattern with one lane of traffic in each direction about one mile to the west of Floyd and one mile to the east. Pete Hjemlstad is with the Iowa...
FLOYD, IA
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North Iowa Band Festival kicks off tonight with two concerts, moved to the indoor portion of Principal Pavilion

MASON CITY — The 83rd North Iowa Band Festival gets underway tonight in Mason City. The event kicks off tonight with two concerts at the new Principal Pavilion on the north side of Southbridge Mall. The John Adams Middle School Band will perform starting at 6:00 PM, followed by the first concert of the season for the Mason City Municipal Band at about 6:45.
MASON CITY, IA
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Britt’s Race Day on Main: Friday 3 to 5PM

The Britt Chamber of Commerce’ Race Day on Main is making a come back this year in Britt this Friday, May 27th from 3 to 5PM. The last one was held in 2018. This is the season opener of the Hancock County Speedway. Here’s your chance to have some fun and help welcome the new Hancock County Speedway Co-Promoter Trent Chinn of CHINN Promotions.
BRITT, IA
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Don’t ignore speed limit signs, even if there are no workers in work zones

(Radio Iowa) -The first days of the summer travel season arrive this weekend and the Iowa Department of Transportation reminds that despite it being a holiday, drivers need to obey the rules in construction zones. Pete Hjelmstad, with the D-O-T’s Mason City office, says even though work crews will likely not be in those areas this weekend, you need to obey the posted speed limits. “Those speed limits, when those signs are up, whether people are there working or not, you need to slow down to that new speed limit,” Hjelmstad says. “As long as the sign is telling you to slow down, I don’t care if it’s 3 in the morning when you are working an overnight shift and you’re driving through a work zone with nobody there, or if it’s a Saturday and there’s a lane closure and there’s nobody working, you still need to slow down to that new speed limit.”
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Mason City man placed on probation after shooting at a car last August

MASON CITY — It’s a deferred judgment and probation for a Mason City man arrested after a shooting incident in August of last year. The incident took place near the intersection of 4th and South Illinois on the afternoon of August 23rd with witnesses reporting someone in a vehicle shooting at another vehicle then driving away. Police say a bullet went through the rear driver’s door, through a back door, and then struck another vehicle that had two people inside. Nobody was injured in either vehicle. Police located the vehicle that the gunfire came from at a local residence and after securing the area arrested 21-year-old Jacob Patterson without incident and charged him with intimidation with a dangerous weapon, a Class C felony.
MASON CITY, IA
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Second sentence of no prison for Mason City gunfire

MASON CITY, Iowa – No one is going to prison for shooting at an occupied vehicle in Mason City. Jacob Brandon Patterson, 21 of Mason City, received a deferred judgment and three years of supervised probation Wednesday. Patterson was also ordered to pay a civil penalty of $1,025. He...
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Don Felder and Sugar Ray to co-headline RAGBRAI Mason City

(ABC 6 News) - RAGBRAI Mason City unveiled its entertainment lineup Wednesday evening during a Town Hall meeting at the Principal Pavilion. Don Felder, formerly of the Eagles, and Sugar Ray were announced as co-headliners of RAGBRAI Mason City’s festivities on July 27th in downtown Mason City. Felder will take the Main Stage first, followed by Sugar Ray.
MASON CITY, IA
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