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Tama SWCD announces $1,000 college scholarship is available

April 27, 2020 Tama Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) is offering a college scholarship for current college students! Find the application and eligibility information on the district’s Facebook page www. more »»

Tama County Farm Bureau aids Food Bank

April 26, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has created significant challenges for many Iowans, including the most basic need of food security. more »»

Board of Supervisors set to make bond changes to combine radio system and 2013 road improvements

April 25, 2020 A savings target of $200,000 in taxpayer money was set Monday, April 20, by the Tama County Board of Supervisors during a Zoom electronic meeting with Heidi Kuhl and Jeff Heil, representatives of... more »»

Christina Blackcloud announces for House 72 Dem nomination

April 24, 2020 Christina Blackcloud, Tama, us a candidate ib the June 2 Iowa Primary for the Democratic nomination for Iowa House Seat 72. more »»

Covid-19 cases continue to rise in Tama County

April 24, 2020 COVID-19 cases rose to 236 confirmed in Tama County in the latest available report from the Iowa Department of Health at News-Herald deadline. more »»

Tama County Republicans hold County Convention in Toledo

April 12, 2020 -Submitted Tama County Republican Women hosted 52 delegates from county-wide to the Tama County Republican Convention Saturday, March 14th at the Reinig Center in Toled. more »»

2020 National Volunteer Week salutes 4-H volunteers in Tama County

April 11, 2020 The Tama County Extension and Outreach Office along with the Tama County 4-H members would like to take this opportunity to thank all the adult and youth volunteers that work so hard all year to mak... more »»

Two COVID-19 deaths in Tama Co. were long-term care residents

April 10, 2020 The Tama County Department of Public Health said Monday both of the county's two COVID-19 deaths have occurred in long-term care residents. more »»

Traer Library

April 10, 2020 Curbside delivery will continue this week. Call the library, or make your reserves on line. We will call you when items are ready and arrange a time for you to pick them up. more »»

Schrock declares for Democrat nomination for County Sheriff

April 5, 2020 Jeff Schrock, Toledo, is seeking the Democratic Party nomination for Tama County Sheriff in the June 2 Primary. He is the only Democrat on the ballot for sheriff. more »»

UnityPoint Health asks community for help with COVID-19

April 5, 2020 WATERLOO – UnityPoint Health joins health systems across Iowa in securing enough Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to meet the needs of health care providers, staff and patients during COVID-1. more »»

Geneseo UMC launches Covid-19 Relief Fund

April 5, 2020 Geneseo UMC has launched an emergency assistance fund for Geneseo UMC members and the community. more »»

Races set for June 2 Primary

April 4, 2020 A race has developed for the Republican nomination for 2nd District Tama County Supervisor in the June 2 Iowa Primary. William Faircloth and Roger Wacha Jr. more »»

MEMBERS1st Community Credit Union donates $10,000 to Emergency Relief Fund

April 4, 2020 Special to The Star-Clipper MARSHALLTOWN - MEMBERS1st Community Credit Union is donating $10,000 to the Iowa Credit Union Foundation’s new Emergency Relief Fund. more »»

Traer Community Foundation accepting grant applications

April 4, 2020 The Traer Community Foundation board members are pleased to announce they are now accepting grant applications from non-profit Traer area groups, for the 2020-grant program. more »»

-Message from Traer Mayor Pete Holden-

April 3, 2020 My fellow citizens, I wish to speak to you about what we expect over the next few weeks and months as the Coronavirus (COVID-19) moves through our country. more »»

Tama County Emergency Disaster Declaration

April 3, 2020 Tama County Supervisors unanimously approved the Declaration on Monday morning, March 30, during their regular meeting conducted on the internet using the Zoom Service which provides for meetings to... more »»

Supervisors approve $28.4 million budget for 2020-21, is up 17 percent

April 3, 2020 While Tama County spending topped $28 million in next fiscal years budget, the tax levy rate remained the same for both urban and rural propert. more »»

News & notes from the Traer Public Library....

April 3, 2020 We will continue with curb side delivery this week, along with home delivery and my porch deliver. more »»

COVID-19 cases now stand at 14 in Tama County

April 1, 2020 Note: As news regarding Covid-19 continues to change on a daily basis this article has been updated from the time of deadline. more »»

 
 
 

 

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