Travis Fischer

09/19/2018 - 4:34pm
The Sheff ield City Council applied the brakes on putting a Sukup Safe T Home at the city campground during their regular meeting on Monday, Sept. 10. At the meeting, the council considered a bid to install electrical service for a Safe T Home to be placed at the city campground, which led into a greater discussion about whether the city wanted a Safe T Home at the campground at all. During the...
09/19/2018 - 4:32pm
The Swaledale City Council met on Monday, September 10 for their regular meeting at the city office. At the meeting the council met with Cerro Gordo County Treasurer Pat Wright, who walked the council through the functions of the treasurer’s office. Wright is also serving as the interim County Auditor but left the task of explaining the...
09/12/2018 - 4:00pm
The Thornton City Council welcomed Mike Hopkey to the council during their regular meeting on Monday, September 10. Hopkey will be serving out the remainder of Mike Younge’s term, who resigned from the council last month. “I’m just glad to be here,” said Hopkey. In other business, the council moved forward with the purchase...
09/12/2018 - 3:58pm
The Rockwell City Council updated their animal control ordinance and introduced a new utility ordinance during their regular meeting on Wednesday, September 5. At the meeting, the council held the first reading of an ordinance that would introduce a Storm Water Management Utility charge to Rockwell utility bills. The new charge would increase...
09/12/2018 - 3:57pm
The Cy-Hawk rivalry may have continued this weekend as Iowa University and Iowa State faced-off on the football field, but off the gridiron Hawkeyes and Cyclones were coming together to promote a greater cause. At Krause Family Plaza, just outside of Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Sukup Manufacturing invited alumni athletes from both schools to...
08/15/2018 - 4:10pm
Sunday was a fun-day in Rockwell as the community finished out a busy week with their annual chicken dinner. Volunteers from the Rockwell Fire Department made their way down to Ziedler Park before the crack of dawn to start cooking up 1,250 chicken halves for the community meal. Alongside the bird, patrons were served up corn on the cob, coleslaw...
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