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Plans to merge bonds to pay for roads, radios move forward

March 22, 2020 There were no public comments Monday morning on a plan which will result in combining a pair of Tama County general obligation bond issues, a part of termed a refunding loan agreement. more »»

Novel Coronavirus - COVID-19 local information

March 20, 2020 Message from Traer Mayor Holden City leadership has been in contact with the managers of local grocery stores and chains. more »»

Tama County- -Update- Novel Coronavirus -COVID-19

March 18, 2020 Tama County- In an effort to protect the health of our customers and employees and an attempt to maintain continuity of operations and limit potential exposure due to the Corona Virus/COVID-19. more »»

75th Anniversary This Week Dinsdale Marine lost on Iwo Jima

February 25, 2020 Editor’s note: The Battle of Iwo Jima marks its 75th anniversary this week- Feb. 19 -March 25, 1945, as a major invasion by the United States in the South Pacific during World War I. more »»

Area students on Northern Iowa fall Dean's List

February 11, 2020 The follow are area students named to the Fall 2019 semester Dean’s List at the University of Northern Iowa. To be included on the list, a student must have earned a grade point of . more »»

Podhajsky elected President of Traer Chamber of Commerce

February 10, 2020 Michelle Podhajsky was elected President of the Traer Chamber of Commerce during their January meeting to fill the vacant position and is ready to hit the ground running in her new role. more »»

Supervisors look to bonding options for radio system

February 10, 2020 With a cost not to exceed $6.75 million for a new radio system, Tama County Supervisors began discussions on bonding options on Monday, Feb. 3, with Northland Securities representative Heidi Kuh. more »»

Dollars for Scholars hands out the first N. Tama scholarships

February 9, 2020 In two short months, North Tama Dollars for Scholars has went from becoming an official chapter to handing out the first $1,000 scholarships to the Class of 2020 before the varsity basketballl games... more »»

Hoeg pig farm hosts open house

February 8, 2020 Joe Hoeg of rural Clutier and The Maschhoffs hosted an open house for Hoeg’s state-of-the-art pig farm in Clutier on Friday, Jan. 31, allowing guests to see the facility and enjoy food/refreshment. more »»

Traer P.E. O. donates books

February 7, 2020 Sue Ewoldt and Ellen Young are pictured with books donated to Pied Piper Daycare by Traer P.E.O. members. more »»

Boerm right at home with Pipho and Gingrich Family Dentistry

January 13, 2020 Since July of 2019, Dr. Brendon Boerm has practiced dentistry in an area he grew up in and is enjoying the opportunity to work alongside Drs. more »»

Dollars for Scholars ready for immediate impact at North Tama

January 10, 2020 The North Tama Scholarship and Awards Night is held every year in May as the graduating class readies for their future outside of Traer. more »»

NT seniors seeking votes in mock election

December 16, 2019 As the country draws closer to the Iowa Caucuses in the beginning of February, North Tama seniors are preparing for their own elections that will shape the future of the school. more »»

Beckman brings emotions high with motivational speech

December 3, 2019 Joe Beckman could have been a star athlete in high school if his career had not been derailed before it even starte. more »»

Young Redhawks look to remain competitive amid rebuild

December 3, 2019 2018-19 Record: 12-9 (L to AGWSR in First Round of Districts) Head Coach: Alex Tagtow After a successful football season in 2018, North Tama basketball coach issued a challenge to his team: keep it... more »»

Give Back Traer for the Kids

December 2, 2019 Each week, the Joe Morris State Farm agency Facebook page puts up anonymous clothing needs for local children as part of his Give Back Traer initiative focusing on kids. more »»

North Tama hosts vaping presentation

November 21, 2019 Concerned parents were in attendance for a presentation on the dangers of vaping/e-cigarettes held in the MPR at North Tama Jr/Sr High on Thursday, Nov. more »»

Fehr, Rohlfsen dance in State Solo Competition

November 8, 2019 North Tama Dance Team members Sable Fehr and Dylan Rohlfsen competed in the State Dance Solo Competition at Newton High School on Saturday, Nov. 2. more »»

Trading in boots for running shoes: How Sam Snyder broke a ten-year cross country drought

November 7, 2019 For many small schools across, maintaining a successful cross country team is difficult. Football and volleyball are far more popular fall sports for high school athletes. more »»

Holst runs for City Council re-election

November 1, 2019 Carri Holst, incumbent candidate for Traer City Council, is seeking your vote and is looking forward to serving another term to represent Traer and its citizen. more »»

Soaring to new heights with Redhawk volleyball

October 25, 2019 This two-part series explores the six seniors of the North Tama volleyball program and their journey since fifth grade. more »»



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