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Past articles by Chris:

Chris Zoeller's 2020 sports story of the year: Meyer sisters reunite at Iowa

The first basketball season after I joined the Globe Gazette staff, I had the opportunity to cover the Mason City girls basketball team on the road to a state championship. → Read More

"Light up the Night" brightens holiday spirit

A constant stream of cars flowed through the North Iowa Events Center for a unique Christmas lights display in Mason City. → Read More

March in Mason City makes plea for women's rights

As dozens stood in Central Park listening to speaker after speaker take their turn at the microphone, the overarching message to the crowd became clear - vote. → Read More

TRI Clear Lake doubles the fun with new race

More than 250 athletes swam, biked and ran their way through Clear Lake on Saturday. → Read More

Gleaning initiative looks to help provide more produce in North Iowa

A new food initiative through Gov. Kim Reynolds’ Taskforce for Feeding Iowans is looking for support in North Iowa. → Read More

Air tour brings Flying Fortress to Mason City

With a wingspan of over 100 feet, the B-17G Bomber Flying Fortress sitting on the tarmac at the Mason City Municipal Airport is a sight to behold. → Read More

Watch: Mason City group looks to expand local cycling experience

While Mason City has certainly developed a reputation of being a bicycle friendly community over the years, a group of volunteers hope to build that reputation even further. → Read More

In full swing: North Iowa golf participation above average, despite COVID-19 fears

North Iowa golf courses have seen more golfers at the opening of this season than they have in previous years. → Read More

WATCH NOW: Charles City choir reaches out to community with virtual performance

For Charles City High School vocal director Derek Sturtevant, it was important to find a way to engage not only with his students, but with the community, during this pandemic. → Read More

Area cycling community slowed down by COVID-19 restrictions

Mason City cycling groups had been holding out hope that they would be able to compete sometime this spring. → Read More

Clear Lake jazz dancer reaches new heights

Three years ago, Emily LeFevre broke new ground for Clear Lake High School. → Read More

One dead, three others hospitalized after single vehicle crash east of Mason City

One person is dead and three others were hospitalized after a single vehicle crash east of Mason City on California Avenue near Highway 122 on Friday evening. → Read More

Mason City Daughters of the American Revolution celebrate family, history

Just before 3 p.m. on Tuesday, members of the Mason City chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution gathered in the First Baptist Church entrance where a long rope → Read More

Fall Show closes out Mid States Horse Show Season

The 2019 Fall Show capped off the season for the Mid States Horse Shows season this week at the North Iowa Events Center. → Read More

Battle of Fredericksburg is centerpiece of annual Civil War reenactment in Mason City

East Park was repurposed for battle Saturday for the annual Civil War reenactment festivities. → Read More

Prairie Homestead Antique Power show celebrates 30 years

The annual Prairie Homestead Antique Power and Craft Show celebrated its 30th anniversary this weekend in Belmond. → Read More

Up in Smoke BBQ Bash brings in new attractions

Competitions new and old headlined the 16th annual Up in Smoke BBQ Bash at the North Iowa Events Center in Mason City. → Read More

United Way of North Central Iowa sets annual fundraising goal of $826,000

United Way of North Central Iowa held a kickoff event for its annual fundraising campaign at the Mason City Chamber of Commerce Center on Thursday. → Read More

Officials happy with turnout as National Night Out returns to Mason City

Members of the North Iowa law enforcement were pleased with the turnout Tuesday evening for National Night Out as the community building event returned to Mason City after a year → Read More

North Iowa paddlers give Winnebago River a face lift

Dozens of people stood on the shore of the Winnebago River at East Park on Saturday ready to put in a day's work. → Read More