Keyword: Kim Reynolds
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Scott County schools and businesses won $576,721.14 from $10.98 million in taxpayer-funded state grants to bolster training and apprenticeship programs for Iowans whose careers are hurt by the pandemic. more
Fall color exploded this month as trees gave up the life-giving green chlorophyll that made them all look and function alike. Come October, leaves revert to distinct hues that emphasize stark differences. Yellow ash. Red maples. Golden oaks. Then waning autumn casts color to the ground, leaving uniformly bare branches to face winter together. more
It’s time to drain the swamp, and not just the one in Washington. more
The NSP recruited North Scott FFA students Taylor Mayhue and Dylan Engelbrecht to interview Iowa’s Second Congressional District candidates. more
In a fit of optimism that air travel might eventually be in my future, I decided recently to apply for a trusted traveler designation that minimizes waiting in security lines. more
"What happened to the Republican Party ..." more
Count on Ryan Zeskey to support the penny sales tax for conservation and mental health, just like his opponent. more
Norlin Mommsen put his name on a ballot for the fourth time to see through some agriculture, environmental and other advances he credits to the Republican-led legislature. more
"As one who regularly attends legislative forums. it's disheartening to see how long activists must press before legislators act on their concerns ..." more
Chris Brase returns to the Iowa campaign trail wiser, more focused and with a clear priority to guide his legislative service should Scott and Muscatine voters put him back in the state senate. more
Mark Lofgren sees his next term as an opportunity for the state’s strong economic foundation to help Iowa through new pandemic challenges. more
Jennifer Kakert says Ross Paustian has held Iowa’s House District 92 seat long enough. Kakert is running on more funding for education, returning collective bargaining rights to teachers, city and county employees, and measuring water quality improvement by results, not spending. more
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