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Mason City is located in central northern Iowa. The city boasts itself on having the largest collection of Prairie School architecture in the state. Prairie School architecture is characterized by horizontal lines, flat roofs with overhanging eaves, grouped windows and integration with the landscape. It is most common to Midwestern states such as Iowa. Over 32 houses were built with the Prairie Style in the early 1900s and seventeen of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Local Newspapers: Globe-Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Iowa Barnstormers
Local Colleges: North Iowa Area Community College
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Increase of 'Labor Trafficking' Seen in the Valley
MCALLEN Labor trafficking is considered modern-day slavery, forcing its victims to stay silent. If someone is forced to work, experiences fraud and is threatened, then they are victims.McAllen ISD approves master plan relocating students, staff at several campuses
Daniel Vela, Board of Trustees member, speaks Monday as the McAllen School Board voted on a facilities master plan that includes several changes, such as the relocation of Achieve Early College High School and Navarro Elementary School students at a meeting at the McAllen High School auditorium in McAllen. Daniel Vela, Board of Trustees member, speaks Monday as the McAllen School Board voted on a facilities master plan that includes several changes, such as the relocation of Achieve Early College High School and Navarro Elementary School students at a meeting at the McAllen High School auditorium in McAllen.McAllen Commissioner Zamora to host town hall meeting tonight
District 2 Commissioner Joaquin "J.J." Zamora will host a town hall at 6 tonight at the Lark Community Center at 2601 Lark Ave. The meeting will give residents an opportunity to learn more about what is happening in the community and discuss their concerns, as well as give their ideas and input, according to a city news release. City of McAllen staff will present information on the proposed projects included in the upcoming bond election.Op-Ed Contributor: Do Taxpayers Know They Are Handing Out Billions to Corporations?
Every year, states and local governments give economic-development incentives to companies to the tune of between $45 billion and $80 billion. Why such a wide range? It's not sloppy research; it's because many of these subsidies are not public.Second Panda Express coming to S. 77 Sunshine Strip
The fast-casual restaurant known as Panda Express will open its second location in the city by the end of the year.McAllen ISD launches tuition-based pre-K program
A new tuition-based pre-K program was announced by McAllen school district officials Monday morning as their latest move to attract more students to the district at the very beginning of their education. "We believe that a tuition-based approach would give us an opportunity to get children in our school district," said McAllen school district Superintendent Jose Gonzalez.The Alamo's statewide roadshow coming to McAllen
The Alamo Roadshow will make a stop at 6 p.m. Monday, April 30, at the McAllen Convention Center as part of a 10-city tour, which will give the public the opportunity to learn about the ongoing preservation work of the Alamo, one of Texas' most well-known historical sites. The event will also allow people to share their own family stories, documents and artifacts related to the Texas revolution, according to an emailed news release.2018 Spring Allergy Capitals Report Ranks The Most Challenging Cities Nationwide For Allergies
Today, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America , a leading patient advocacy organization in the United States representing over 60 million Americans with asthma or allergies, released its annual Spring Allergy Capitalsa report. The report identifies the 100 most challenging places to live with spring allergies in the U.S. McAllen, Texas, is the most challenging U.S. city to live in with spring allergies based on higher than average pollen scores, higher than average medicine usage and lower availability of board-certified allergists in the area.McAllen ISD to consider future campus needs
The McAllen school district trustees will meet Monday evening to discuss and vote on options to address current facility needs and capacity issues at some campuses. The board of trustees will meet at 5 p.m. Monday with the public portion of the meeting starting at around 6 p.m. at the McAllen High School auditorium.Alamo woman joins husband in federal prison
San Juanita Garcia, 36, was sentenced to 37 months in federal prison Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Randy Crane, who determined she was involved in a conspiracy to move meth despite her claim that she didn't know drugs were being trafficked. The defendant and her husband Reynaldo Federico Garcia, 34, of Alamo, were arrested along with Amador Salinas-Martinez, 35, of McAllen in connection with an investigation into the trafficking of meth in the Rio Grande Valley that began in June 2017.Local theater students to hit the red carpet
Students from Nikki Rowe High School participate in rehearsals for the premiere of the The Palms, Hidalgo County High School Theater Awards, at the McAllen Performing Arts Center on Friday, April 20, 2018, in McAllen. Students from Nikki Rowe High School participate in rehearsals for the premiere of the The Palms, Hidalgo County High School Theater Awards, at the McAllen Performing Arts Center on Friday, April 20, 2018, in McAllen.McAllen Passport Division sees little change after fee increase
A traveler hands her U.S. Passport to a Customs and Border Protection inspector while returning from Mexico recently at the Hidalgo International Bridge. A traveler hands her U.S. Passport to a Customs and Border Protection inspector while returning from Mexico recently at the Hidalgo International Bridge.Brownsville-Harlingen jobless rate continues drop
The jobless rate for the Brownsville-Harlingen Metropolitan Statistical Area was down again for March, with the unemployment rate at 6.5 percent compared to 6.7 percent in February, and 7.2 percent a year ago.Healthy ranking
Congratulations to Rio Grande Regional Hospital, which recently was named among the 100 Top Hospitals for 2018 by IBM Watson Health. The McAllen-based hospital is one of only two hospitals in Texas to win the prestigious award in the Large Community Hospitals category.FCC seeks comment on mmWave auction; AT&T ramps up '5G Evolution' plans
The watchdog proposes to offer approximately 6,000 licences through two auctions. Bidding in Auction 101 will commence on 14 November 2018, while bidding in Auction 102 will commence immediately after the conclusion of Auction 101.McAllen posts largest sales tax gain of five-month uptick
After nearly two years of experiencing declining numbers, the city of McAllen has for the fifth consecutive month posted sales tax increases. McAllen saw its greatest gains of the period in February, with a $327,814 jump from February 2017.Adopt-A-Beach cleanups to be held Saturday
Students from Homer J. Morris Middle School in McAllen weren't too sure what they had found buried in the sand while participating in the 31st Adopt -A-Beach Spring Cleanup yesterday. The bulk turned out to be dried up Whip Coral.
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