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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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Officials Advise Property Owners to Update Buildings to Current City Code
The city and fire department tells CHANNEL 5 NEWS there were no citations issued at the property. It doesn't mean it was up to the current building code.Vandal Tags 17 Buildings in Downtown McAllen
MCALLEN McAllen police need your help finding a man accused of tagging 17 buildings. Police say the vandal is targeting one stretch of road on Houston Avenue.Newsmakers: Week of March 12
Darlene F. Ghavimi has been promoted to the position of principal in the Austin office of Conley Rose. Ghavimi is a licensed patent attorney who primarily represents clients in contentious and complex patent and trademark litigation.Calibre 50 Filled the Seats at RodeoHouston And Go Tejano Day Set Another Record
There's a lyric section of the track "Corrido De Juanito" by Calibe 50 that just gets me every time.Villalobos sworn in as McAllen District 1 Commissioner
Carolina Teran replaces Richard Cortez's city commission name plate with Javier Villalobos' as Villalobos takes his seat after being sworn into the district 1 chair Monday, March 12, 2018, in McAllen. Javier Villalobos, center, is sworn into the McAllen City Commission District 1 seat by U.S. District Judge Randy Crane as Annette Villalobos stands beside him on Monday, March 12, 2018, in McAllen.Texas A&M University System chancellor named Border Texan of the Year
John Sharp, chancellor of the Texas A&M University System, was named the 2018 Border Texan of the Year Monday at PlainsCapital Bank. Sharp, from Victoria, said there's "not an award anywhere that could mean more to me than this one."Sullivan City police arrest well-known smuggler
Officers arrested a well-known smuggler last month after she abandoned four migrants at the Stripes convenience store in Sullivan City. At 5:46 a.m. on Feb. 23, a policeman stopped a white Ford Fusion near the intersection of U.S. 83 and El Faro Road, according to Sullivan City Municipal Court records .Cities post strong sales tax numbers for January
Harlingen continued its relentlessly strong retail sales showing with the announcement its state sales tax allocation for January was 11.46 percent above the previous year.On The Texas-Mexico Border, Migrants AreOvercoming Every Obstacle In Their Path
MCALLEN, Texas - What does it mean to secure the border? We hear the phrase every time Congress debates immigration reform, usually from immigration hawks who insist that before we extend any leniency to illegal immigrants, even a limited amnesty for those brought to the United States as children, we must first secure the border. President Trump has taken it a step further with his dogged insistence on an actual border wall, which has become synonymous with border security in the broader immigration debate.Valley woman pleads guilty to federal conspiracy charge
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School district officials here are formulating a plan on how to address needed upgrades, capacity issues and the quality of most McAllen school district campuses. The plan is expected to be presented to the board in the next few months as trustees and district administrators met this week to consider their options.Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show Parade
Spectators at the Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show parade enjoyed the colorful and themed floats as they made their way down Texas Avenue Spectators at the Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show parade enjoyed the colorful and themed floats as they made their way down Texas Avenue Members of the Guerra Brothers Trail Riders Association wave as they ride ... (more)La Villa searching for new police chief
Former Police Chief Baudelio Castillo left the department in February after about six months on the job for a better paying stint with the Alamo Police Department - a larger city. With the recent departure of a patrol officer, the department serving the Delta area city of about 2,000 residents currently employs five officers and interim Police Chief Adolfo Flores.Texas unemployment for January up slightly at 4 percent
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The Rio Grande Valley nonprofit organization VIDA, which helps low-income adults attain a workforce degree or certificate, is finally getting the national recognition and praise that it deserves after showing in a national study how it helps reduce college drop outs, increase graduation rates and improves long-term job prospects for its participants. Officials with the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation Administration for Children and Families, which is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, came to South Texas College on Wednesday morning to applaud the program and release data from a 2017 study.Dori Contreras secures Democratic nomination for chief justice of 13th Court of Appeals
Justice Dori Contreras secured the Democratic nomination for chief justice of the 13th Court of Appeals on Tuesday night and will face off against Republican Ernie Aliseda in the November general election. Contreras received 63.81 percent of the vote, earning 22,000 more votes than her Democratic opponent, McAllen attorney Ray Thomas.Cortez ahead in county judge's race
Richard Cortez, Democratic candidate for Hidalgo County Judge, talks with Sheriff Eddie Guerra, left, Don Medina and Hilda Garza de Shazo at a polling location Tuesday, March 6, 2018, at Lark Community Center in McAllen. Richard Cortez, Democratic candidate for Hidalgo County Judge, talks with Sheriff Eddie Guerra, left, Don Medina and Hilda Garza de Shazo at a polling location Tuesday, March 6, 2018, at Lark Community Center in McAllen.Rodriguez leads DA's race with 80 percent of early vote
Ricardo Rodriguez, Democratic candidate for Hidalgo County District Attorney, right, talks with Norma Cantu, left, and Velma Ibarra at a polling location Tuesday, March 6, 2018, at Lark Community Center in McAllen. Ricardo Rodriguez, Democratic candidate for Hidalgo County District Attorney, right, talks with Norma Cantu, left, and Velma Ibarra at a polling location Tuesday, March 6, 2018, at Lark Community Center in McAllen.New
Dalinda Gonzalez-Alcantar sits at a computer at the Boys and Girls Club in McAllen.
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