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The closer we get to what I predict will be our most contentious presidential election on Nov. 3, 2020, the word "socialist" will increasingly be used to label many candidates seeking political office.  The S-word sends shivers down the spine of many Americans. more
On the campaign trail not only did I meet many voters; I met many dogs and cats as well.  And while I met folks with a variety of opinions, we could always agree that we loved our pets. Unfortunately, not everyone is as kind to pets as they should be.  So, in an effort to bring something forward that we can all agree on, I introduced HF737. more
"Just would like to say a BIG thanks to the city employees for a good job on keeping our streets and roads open through all our winter weather ..." more
"I would like to thank the Donahue Fire Department for taking charge of the large CRP burn on my farm April 3rd, and acknowledge the other community fire departments that also help with that service ..." more
"The editorial, 'Can this really be happening in America?' is excellent ..." more
"Thank you for bringing these two incendiary examples to the readers' attention ..." more
"Republicans condemn Democrats for opposing the bill that would help Iowa and Nebraska dig their way out of the tragic abyss in which the recent flooding has left them, and I am with them ..." more
"I’m writing to see if it’s possible to have a day that’s given to an elder citizen in the way of a special day given each year to someone who has been an inspirational person to the younger generation in helping them to become leaders in our community ... " more
This letter to U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst was submitted to The North Scott Press. It is about the author, Bill Grunder's, dissatisfaction with the response he received from the senator's office when he asked that she vote to overturn President Trump's emergency declaration. more
One of the uplifting things in my life since 2008 has been serving with the positive people on the Iowa Public TV Foundation Board, a group which raises funds and advocates for statewide Iowa Public Television. more
With the slowly rising waters of the mighty Mississippi as a meandering backdrop, I stood atop the railroad tracks in Princeton and looked out over the scene  playing out in front of me. more
April 2, 2014: A group of Walcott residents began to work in earnest to raise funds for a splash pad in their community. The idea for the splash pad was initiated after the completion of a visioning study and a downtown assessment conducted by the Iowa Downtown Resource Center of the Iowa Economic Development Authority. The city agreed to pay $10,000, the asking price for properties owned by Carol Snay, Delbert Lamp and Nancy Engler. more
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