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Hometown Foods put up for sale by owners

August 15, 2019 Traer’s only grocery store, Hometown Foods, is up for sale by owners Lyndon and Joani Johnson along with their four other locations as the couple hopes to spend more time with loved ones. more »»

 
 
 
Pokorny gains understanding of government at Girls State

August 12, 2019 North Tama High School was represented at Girls State at Drake University July 16 through July 23 by two students entering their senior years: Sabryna Rigel and DaLynn Pokorn. more »»

Rigel builds confidence, skills at Girls State

August 2, 2019 North Tama High School was represented at Girls State at Drake University July 16 through July 23 by two students entering their senior years: Sabryna Rigel and DaLynn Pokorn. more »»

LOST impact continues in Traer

July 26, 2019 Since 2003, Local Sales Option Tax (LOST) has provided the City of Traer with additional funds from the state of Iowa to go back into the community in a variety of areas, including community... more »»

Rigel prepares for Marine Corp career

July 22, 2019 Even as a young child, Jordan Rigel of Traer entertained the thought of joining the U.S. military. more »»

PaySchools Central up and running for school district

July 19, 2019 North Tama CSD will move to a new school payments system, PaySchools Central, in order to make school registration, checking on lunch accounts and other school finances easier for parents in the... more »»

Traer Council begin discussions for possible police protection

July 5, 2019 The Traer City Council will look into options for a local police department, with discussions brought on at the city council meeting on Monday, July 1 by Mayor Pete Holden and Mayor Pro Tem Carri... more »»

Wonders From The Past set to open July 3

June 28, 2019 Art fans and collectors seeking unique treasures will have a new shop in Traer to explore as Wonders From The Past opens on July 3, bringing a new business to the downtown communit. more »»

Adopt-A-Pet program gets kids reading

June 21, 2019 For this year’s summer reading program at Traer Public Library, kids have a brand new friend to read to in a cuddly, stuffed animal provided by the library staff. more »»

Sack lunch program kicks off

June 14, 2019 The first Traer Sack Lunch program date on June 11 brought 28 local children to Taylor park to pick up a healthy, balanced meal, according to Jenn Payne and a group of volunteers who helped start... more »»

Sack lunch program to begin June 11

June 7, 2019 This summer, Jenn Payne and a group of volunteers are preparing and handing out sack lunches for area children to combat hunger as students rely on school lunch programs over the year. more »»

Municipal pool readies for second season

May 31, 2019 The new Traer Municipal Pool will open its doors on June 1 as it prepares for its second season since its completion in time for Memorial Day last year. more »»

Two candidates run for President of North Tama

May 9, 2019 While the nation is already preparing for the 2020 election season, Decision Spring 2019 is underway at North Tama high school with two campaigns vying for votes from their fellow students and the... more »»

North Tama teachers attend NSTA National Conference

May 3, 2019 Three North Tama teachers attended the the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) National Conference in St. more »»

Iowa Star Art Show shines at North Tama

April 26, 2019 North Tama CSD was the host of the Iowa Star Conference Art Show on Wednesday, April 17 for eight participating schools, showcasing some of the most talented high school artists in the athletic... more »»

FCCLA strikes gold at State Conference

April 12, 2019 North Tama had eight students compete at the 2019 FCCLA State Leadership Conference in Des Moines March 31 to April 2, advancing three projects to the National FCCLA level this summe. more »»

Council makes changes to new spring cleanup

April 8, 2019 The Traer City Council will continue to move forward with a new spring cleanup arrangement with Cooley Sanitation this spring, but made some changes during their meeting on Monday, April 1 which... more »»

ITC proposes rebuild of transmission line at public meeting

April 4, 2019 ITC Midwest (ITC), the area electric transmission company, proposed on Thursday during a public meeting to rebuild an existing 161 kV transmission line from the northeast corner of Dysart to their... more »»

Author Trent Reedy visits North Tama

April 1, 2019 Dysart native and award-winning author Trent Reedy returned to Iowa and visited North Tama School District on Tuesday, March 26 to talk with students at all levels about the need for reading and... more »»

School budget hearing set for April 8

March 25, 2019 The North Tama school board will hold a hearing for the proposed 2019-20 Fiscal Year budget on Monday, April 8 at 7 p.m. in the ICN room as the district issues a budget similar to last year’s. more »»

Cooper assumes Superintendent duties, O’Brien joins street dept

March 22, 2019 With the retirement of John Novak, Chris Cooper has been named Superintendent of the city’s Street Department and welcomed Neil O’Brien to the staff last month. more »»

 
 

 

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