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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.

Population: 29172
Local Newspapers: Globe-Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Iowa Barnstormers
Local Colleges: North Iowa Area Community College

Zip Codes associated with mason city, iowa: 50401
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McAllen News
Our Turn: Debt bill hurts consumers

Why is Rep. Gonzalez backing a bill that would shield lawyers from liability for false, deceptive, misleading, and unfair practices when collecting debts in courts? Texans like to boast that everything is bigger here. Unfortunately, when it comes to consumer debt in collection, they are correct.

Flight Cancellations due to Winter Weather

MCALLEN The winter weather has some airlines canceling flights across the country. Some of those cancellations are impacting operations in Texas.

Hidalgo County candidates contrast platforms

Candidates vying for the Hidalgo County Judge's seat took time outlining their platforms during their first forum Wednesday in McAllen. The Rio Grande Valley Builders Association hosted the forum at the McAllen Country Club as part of its monthly meeting for its members, so the event was not open to the public.

McAllen sees second-straight monthly sales tax gain

The monthly allocations are based on sales made in November by businesses that report tax monthly. While not a complete economic picture of a municipality, the numbers give an indication of the health of a city's retail sector.

Pena v. City of Rio Grande City

Maria V. PEA'A, Individually and as Next Friend of M.J.P. and a Minor; Daniel PeA a, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. CITY OF RIO GRANDE CITY, Texas; Rosa Salinas, in Her Individual and Official Capacity; Lieutenant Jose Solis, in His Individual and Official Capacity, Defendants-Appellees.

Valley banker promoted to CEO of border and coastal markets

A Rio Grande Valley-based banker was promoted recently to oversee BBVA Compass' coastal region in addition to its border region. Jon Rebello was named Texas Border and Gulf Coast CEO for the bank, according to a news release issued earlier this month.

License to Carry Instructor Speaks on Gun Safety

MCALLEN Pharr police investigators are still looking into how someone dropped their gun at an HEB causing it to discharge and hit someone. Investigators are looking into how the gun was fired, how the person was holding the gun and if the proper safety equipment was used at the time.

EDITORIAL: Agua SUD $1,000 board candidate filing fee is 'unAmerican'

The act of serving on a board of directors that oversees precious taxpayer funds is a sacred commitment. Those who file for election to these public entities, like the Agua Special Utility District in Palmview, do so - we still believe - with the intention of serving their community and trying to better it, not dupe it.

Andrew White: Cancel $800m in state spending on border spending, use for education

Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick, right, accompanied by the director of the Texas Department of Public Safety Steven McCraw, left, takes photos during a ride on a super shallow waters boat recently acquired by DPS with Texas state funds. Patrick spent Tuesday taking a look at the border security improvements as well as speaking with the different law enforcement agencies working on the border.

Dist. 1 McAllen commission candidates highlight qualifications in forum

McAllen City Commission candidates for District 1 Tim Wilkins, left, Javier Villalobos, behind, and Joseph M. Caporusso talk following Futuro McAllen's debate for the candidates Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018, at the McAllen Public Library. McAllen City Commission candidates for District 1 Tim Wilkins, left, Javier Villalobos and Joseph M. Caporusso are introduced by Nedra Kinerk at the beginning of Futuro McAllen's debate for the candidates Thursday, January 11, 2018, at the McAllen Public Library.

Hidalgo Co. Veteran Services Offices Moving to McAllen

WESLACO Hidalgo County is making corrections to follow state law for veteran's services offices. Veteran's service officers will be moved to one building.

Michelle Quiroz prepares coffee at Reserva Coffee Roasters on Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, in McAllen.

Some questioned her resignation to pursue her passion. The La Joya native, who is the co-founder and owner of Reserva Coffee Roasters, said she sometimes sits in the cafe pondering her entrepreneurial future.

The Secret Lives of the Texas Gulf Coast's Avian and Human Residents

Visit Quinta Mazatlan to learn about bird vocalizations from Cliff Shackelford, including ways you can master the art of birding-by-ear on your own.

Commissioner's RMA pick nixed after nepotism concerns raised

Hidalgo County Commissioner David Fuentes appointed his uncle to a powerful county board Tuesday, but commissioners will likely rescind that action next week after concerns of nepotism were raised. During the commissioners' meeting Tuesday, Fuentes nominated his uncle Ezequiel Reyna Jr. to the Hidalgo County Regional Mobility Authority board.

Topgolf breaks ground in Pharr

PSJA High School golfers Jacob Flores, 17, behind center, and John Mata, 16, front, 16, hit a plastic golf balls off a mat at the site where Top Golf will be located during a ceremony Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, in Pharr. Construction on the facility is underway and should be completed in about 10 months.

County candidates contrast platforms at builders' forum

Attendees listen during the Rio Grande Valley Builders Association forum for the Hidalgo County Judge's seat at The McAllen Country Club Wednesday Jan.10,2018, in McAllen. Candidates Jane Cross, Richard Cortez, and Eloy Pulido meet and greet before the start of the Rio Grande Builders Association forum for the Hidalgo County Judge's race at The McAllen Country Club on Wednesday Jan. 10, 2018, in McAllen.

Mercedes opts for no-cost ambulance service

The move comes after the city abruptly cut ties with Star EMS in December. Scripture EMS and Hidalgo County EMS presented proposals at the City Commission meeting held Tuesday, but commissioners opted for Med-Care in a 3-2 vote.

Dallas man wanted on child-indecency warrant caught crossing into country from Mexico

A man wanted in Dallas County on a charge of indecency with a child was arrested last week crossing into the country from Mexico. Jesse Mendoza, 23, was apprehended in Donna, just east of McAllen, on Thursday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported.

Mexican authorities find nearly $1mn cash hidden on bus

Mexico City, Jan 10 - The Mexican military said on Tuesday that marines manning a highway checkpoint discovered nearly $1 million in cash hidden on a bus. The seizure was made on Sunday in the northern state of Tamaulipas during an inspection, Efe news agency reported.

Ruling on Patterson's motion for new trial expected Jan. 16

Monica Melissa Patterson looks on during her capital murder trial in the 370th state District Court on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2017, at the Hidalgo County Courthouse in Edinburg. Patterson is asking to be acquitted of her charges.

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