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Located 30 miles north of Des Moines, it was originally founded as a railway station stop on the transcontinental Railroad back in the 1860's. The main focus of the city is Iowa State University which is ranked in the top 50 public Universities in the country. The campus was the home for the world's first digital computing device and also the first location to enrich uranium which kicked of the atomic era. With Iowa holding the title as the first state to get to hold their primaries/caucus, Ames plays host to a 'Straw Poll' which gauges popular support for the Republican Presidential candidates every 4 years.

Population: 56510
Local Newspapers: Ames Tribune and the Iowa State Daily
Local Sports Teams: Iowa State Cyclones
Local Colleges: Iowa State University

Zip Codes associated with ames, iowa: 50010 50014
Towns/Cities near ames, iowa : Gilbert Boone Nevada Story City Ogden Madrid

Ames News
ISU Theatre produces landmark musical "Oklahoma!"

AMES, Iowa - ISU Theatre will open Rodgers & Hammerstein's beloved landmark musical, "Oklahoma!", at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 5. The production will run for one weekend only in Fisher Theater. "Prior to the inception of 'Oklahoma', Broadway featured vaudeville sketches, light operettas, non-plot musical revues, and musical song and dance shows where entertainment was the primary goal.

New Potential Solutions to Carcass Disposal During Food-Animal Disease Outbreaks

AMES, Iowa Iowa State University researchers have completed testing of a key component of a new concept for disposing of animal carcasses following a disease outbreak. The research someday may help producers facing animal disease emergencies, such as in 2015 when avian influenza resulted in disposal of millions of chickens and turkeys in Iowa and other states.

Police: Drive-by shooting was a false report, 2 charged

The incident happened December 11. Officers responded to a report of a drive-by shooting at 504 Stanton Avenue in Ames. Police said Tracy Flores was found with a gunshot wound to the leg.

Tarana Burke speaking on the "Me Too" movement March 26 at Iowa State University

AMES, Iowa Tarana Burke's simple statement two decades ago "Me, too" became a rallying cry last year, launching a global movement to hold sexual abusers and harassers accountable and give a voice to the survivors. Burke will speak at 8 p.m. Monday, March 26, at Stephens Auditorium, with general admission seating.

Police: Be on the lookout for smaller counterfeit bills

WEBVTT Tonight an Adel man is facing charges for trying to use movie prop money -- instead of real cash! KCCI's Laura Terrell showsus how Clive Police caught theguy on camera! And Laura, you've learned police are seeithis crime more and more in the metro!? Yes, Police say this "funny money" or "movie money" is notillegal to possess. Anyone canorder it off Amazon or Ebay - but it's when you try to use it as real cash that is becomes acrime.Clive Police charged Liesener with forgery today.

Laurel Nakadate's Diary of Mourning

Laurel Nakadate, "The Kingdom # 10" , inkjet print, 11 x 8 1/2 inches , 14 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches , edition with 2 APs, copyright Laurel Nakadate Whether she was filming herself as she danced to Britney Spears' Oops, I Did it Again in a male stranger's rundown apartment or researching various DNA websites to contact distant relatives and invite them to be photographed at night in an unlikely meeting spot, Laurel Nakadate has long been interested in finding the unlikely relationship between isolation and intimacy.

CWD-positive deer found on Washington County farm

Wisconsin State Veterinarian Paul McGraw announced the finding Thursday. The National Veterinary Services Laboratory in Ames, Iowa, confirmed the test results.

Iowa State Architecture Team Wins Award for Use of Masonry to Cool Buildings

AMES, Iowa An innovative way to cool buildings using 3D-printed ceramics has earned an Iowa State University architecture team an award in masonry design and construction. A team of four faculty and staff from Iowa State's architecture department submitted a project in the inaugural Joan B. Calambokidis Innovation in Masonry Competition .

Software Aims to Reduce Food Waste by Helping Those in Need

AMES, Iowa Sugam Sharma remembers as a child listening to his parents talk about hunger. While his family always had enough to eat, hunger was prevalent and something he regularly witnessed growing up and as a young adult in India.

Tickling the ivories

Pobanz was the winner in Level E at IMTA's District Piano Auditions Feb. 3. He and other winners will perform on March 10 at the State Iowa Music Teachers auditions at Iowa State University in Ames. -Messenger photo by Joe Sutter Mary Greenfield, a sixth-grade student from Humboldt, gets help from her mom, Kristine, before the IMTA Solfeggietto Chapter's Honors Recital Sunday at First Covenant Church.

Shaw named to ISU Dean's List for fall semester

Tristan Shaw, of Fort Dodge, was named to the Dean's List for the 2017 fall semester at Iowa State University in Ames. He earned a grade-point average of 3.5 or better while carrying a course load of 12 or more credits.

Award-winning Grace

Amy Cook reports for the Diocese of California about a national honor given to Katie Evanbeck, executive director of St. Dorothy's Rest . Evanbeck welcomed disaster-relief workers to the camp and retreat center during widespread fires in Sonoma County: Carl Higbie, Chief of External Affairs Director for the Corporation for National and Community Service , [recognized] Evanbeck with the Presidential Service Award .

New Research Illustrates How Birds Help to Produce Rare Wild Chili Peppers

AMES, Iowa If you've enjoyed some spicy food lately, you might have a bird to thank. A new study involving Iowa State University researchers explores how a mutualistic, or mutually beneficial, relationship between birds and chili peppers in the Mariana Islands helps chili peppers grow in the wild.

Ag Startup Engine: Mentorship, financing impact

The algae system is capable of removing nitrogen and phosphorus from wastewater. - Submitted photo Gross-Wen Technologies uses its patent pending wastewater treatment technology, known as the revolving algal biofilm system to cost effectively address the new nutrient standards that are being enforced at municipalities nation wide.

OU high jump phenom Vernon Turner finishes second at Big 12 indoor

A showdown between two of the world's best high jumpers delivered drama Saturday at the Big 12 Indoor Championships in Ames, Iowa. After both cleared 7 feet, 5A3 4 inches, Culver cleared 7-7 on his second attempt while Turner missed on his first two tries.

Todd Ohlsen

Todd Ohlsen, age 57, of Ames died at Israel Family Hospice House in Ames on February 19, 2018. A gathering of friends and family will take place from 6:00-8:00 p.m. February 28, 2018, at Grandon Funeral and Cremation Care, 414 Lincoln way Ames, Iowa 50010.

Iowa State Architecture Professor Named American Institute of Architects Fellow

AMES, Iowa Thomas Leslie, professor of architecture at Iowa State University and internationally renowned expert on architectural history and practice, has been named a fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Leslie is Iowa State's Morrill Professor in Architecture, Pickard Chilton Professor in Architecture and director of graduate education for the College of Design's architecture department.

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