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Kennedy marches through summer with Colt Cadets

July 26, 2018 North Tama sophomore Logan Kennedy has spent his summer break as a member of the Colt Cadets Drum and Bugle Corp, marching his way through the Midwest and growing a musician every step of the way. more »»

School board choose priorities for 2019 Legislature

July 19, 2018 As a member of the Iowa Association of School Boards (IASB), the North Tama Board of Education have selected priorities they wish to see the organization focus on in the 2019 legislative session,... more »»

Swensen engages in STEM externship through DNR

July 12, 2018 North Tama life sciences teacher Brady Swensen is taking advantage of a STEM externship with the DNR at George Wyth State Park to expand his knowledge and enjoy a fun opportunity over the summer. more »»

Council applies for loan toward future wastewater treament facility improvements

July 12, 2018 Due to new regulations by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR), improvements will need to be made to the current wastewater treatment facility in the near future, with the City Council on... more »»

Hanson family thrills at Traer Library

July 5, 2018 For the third time in four years, the Hanson Family brought their funny, high energy family act to Traer Public Library on Wednesday, June 27, featuring hiliarious juggling tricks, complex unicycle... more »»

Traer Pool hosts Grand Opening

July 5, 2018 For the past two years, Traer residents have patiently waited as their old pool was demolished and then watched as a brand new facility was built. more »»

Samuelson taking part in STEM Teacher Externship

June 28, 2018 School is out for summer, but North Tama Industrial Tech instructor Rick Samuelson is continuing to learn and gain hands-on experience working with Clearline Industries right here in Traer through... more »»

George Washington Carver comes alive at Traer Library

June 21, 2018 In his lifetime, George Washington Carver developed 300 uses for the peanut and other plants as one America’s greatest minds. more »»

Tama County Farm Bureau celebrates 100 years

June 21, 2018 Tama County Farm Bureau members and their guests celebrated 100 years in Tama County on Friday, June 15 at the Traer Memorial Building as they reflected upon the organization’s longevity. more »»

Bradley to fill vacant school board seat

June 21, 2018 After considering three candidates for the vacancy on the North Tama Board of Education, the Board selected Valerie Bradley to the seat during their monthly meeting on Monday, June 18. more »»

Dinsdale twins, Stoakes inducted into 2018 IATC Hall of Fame

June 15, 2018 Three of the most decorated athletes in North Tama history will forever be recognized for their outstanding achievements as Blaire and Brooke Dinsdale and Sara Stoakes were inducted into the Iowa... more »»

Summer improvements coming to North Tama

June 8, 2018 North Tama School District will undergo several renovation projects over the summer to address issues “ long overdue” for improvement, according to North Tama Superintendent David Hill. more »»

North Tama establishes new wrestling program

June 7, 2018 With Gladbrook-Reinbeck choosing to not continue their sharing agreement with North Tama for wrestling after 25 years, the Redhawk wrestling program will continue alone with a brand new coach and... more »»

Pool expect to open Memorial Day weekend

April 13, 2018 A brand new Traer Municipal Pool is expected to open its doors next month just in time for Memorial Day weekend and the unofficial start of summer break. more »»

Buckingham Post Office closes doors

November 21, 2011 By Amy Jantzen Managing Editor The Buckingham Post Office served its customers for the last time on Friday, Nov. 18. Located at 1235 Dwan St. more »»

Three buses visited Gallery in October

November 21, 2011 It is always fun to see buses parked in front of the Traer Salt and Pepper Shaker Galler. more »»

Making of “The Call” 

November 21, 2011 Part 6 With filming completed at the end of September, the process of marketing “The Call” kicked into a higher gear. more »»

Traer Chamber hosts Gals & Pals

October 27, 2011 This past weekend the Traer Chamber of Commerce hosted the Annual Gals and Pals day in downtown Traer. more »»

Making of “The Call”

October 27, 2011 Once it was decided to make our own community movie, Scott Thompson of Our Town Pictures presented several synopses of potential screenplays. more »»



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