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Steve Bohnel

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Frederick, MD, United States

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Past articles by Steve:

Mason City Council: New arena gets manager, stormwater project gets delayed

As the River City Renaissance project in Mason City continues to tick along and several development deals have been solidified in recent weeks and months, Tuesday night's city council meeting → Read More

After tax sale, Southbridge Mall still owes hundreds of thousands in back taxes

Southbridge Mall Realty Holding continues to owe property taxes. But that can't continue for much longer. → Read More

Two month road closure required for 122 project

When next week rolls around, motorists in Mason City looking to access a stretch of U.S. 65/Federal Avenue at Iowa 122 will have to reroute. → Read More

Political Notes: County officials weigh in on I-270 expansion

The state’s Board of Public Works approved a proposal this week that allows state officials to solicit private companies to build and operate toll lanes on Interstate 270 and the → Read More

New preschool in Clear Lake scheduled to open in Fall 2019

When students at Clear Creek Elementary come bustling back to school in Fall 2019, they can expect a new sight and some new energetic neighbors. → Read More

Francis Lauer hosts 'Man Cave Crawl' in and around Mason City

Man caves represent different things to different people. → Read More

Downtown drama: G8 Development hits Mason City with new lawsuit

MASON CITY | G8 Development and Phillip Chodur are moving forward with a lawsuit against Mason City for what the plaintiff's attorneys are calling a "breach of contract" in the → Read More

Tim Coffey, CEO of Clear Lake chamber, retires

CLEAR LAKE | After more than seven years leading Clear Lake's Chamber of Commerce, Tim Coffey has announced that he'll be leaving his post as president and CEO. → Read More

Mason City Council looks to issue refunding bonds by year's end

MASON CITY | In a meeting Wednesday night, the city council decided to sell general obligation refunding bonds up to $5.15 million. → Read More

Globe Gazette editorial: Private groups will determine Mason City depot's fate

Mason City is right to set the groundwork for a potentially longer future for the Milwaukee Road Depot. Those parties interested in saving the historic building need to understand, however, → Read More

North Iowa labor unions officials worry about bargaining rights as health care costs soar

MASON CITY | When it comes to organized labor in North Iowa, several labor union representatives point to one issue facing many employees in the public sector: Chapter 20. → Read More

Algona teacher awarded $3K STEM research grant

ALGONA | An Algona middle school teacher has received a $3,000 grant for STEM research from the Society for Science and the Public. → Read More

Cerro Gordo sherriff deputy, former Rockwell pastor joins auditor's race

MASON CITY | Louie Bram has worked for the Cerro Gordo Sherriff's office for the last 11 years, and as a pastor at Rockwell Baptist Church for 10 years prior → Read More

Former Mason City fire chief named a finalist for similar job in New Orleans suburb

MASON CITY | A former Mason City fire chief who resigned last November is a finalist for the same job in a small town in Louisiana. → Read More

Rockwell council member receives Democratic nomination in Cerro Gordo auditor race

ROCKWELL | Adam Wedmore has lived in Cerro Gordo County his entire life. → Read More

North Iowa Corridor Economic Development Corp member appointed to Empower

Hunter Callanan has been appointed to the Empower Rural Iowa Initiative. → Read More

Attorney: Woman who sued Mason City OB/GYN doctor for malpractice, unwanted touching initiated hug

MASON CITY | A response has been filed in a medical malpractice lawsuit involving a retired OB/GYN doctor who worked in Mason City. → Read More

Bullinger sworn in as Mason City fire chief; Council talks RAGBRAI, repairs

MASON CITY | Mason City Fire Chief Erik Bullinger sees many similarities between Mason City and Burlington. → Read More

Genealogy Library will stay in Mason City Library until Sept. 30

MASON CITY | The North Iowa Genealogical Society (NCIGS) can stay in its current location at the Mason City Public Library through Sept. 30. → Read More

Ramps at I-35 near Clear Lake will be temporialty closed Thursday

Road construction will close north and southbound ramps on Interstate 35 at exit 197 near Clear Lake. → Read More