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IOWA CITY — This fall, the University of Iowa welcomed the most academically accomplished class in its history for the fifth year in a row. The incoming undergraduate class again topped … more
It’s Homecoming week at Wilton High School, and the homecoming court was announced at the end of last week. Homecoming court members include (front from left) Lucas DuRocher, Mason Ormsby, Jackson … more
It’s Homecoming week at Durant High School, and the homecoming court was announced at the end of last week. Homecoming court members include (front from left) Ethan Gast, Jaeln Heald, Cooper … more
The Muscatine County Historic Preservation Commission has completed its survey of country schools and churches in the county. Commission member Jane Daufeldt presented a copy of the completed report … more
The Iowa Volunteer Hall of Fame was established in 1989 to honor Iowans who have made extraordinary donations of volunteer service to their communities. Nominees must live or operate in Iowa: … more
The Durant School District is finalizing its 2021Facility Advisory Committee (FAC) it was asked to assemble by OPN Architects of Cedar Rapids, the firm reviewing all of Durant’s facilities, which … more
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) opened directed investigations in five states exploring whether statewide prohibitions on universal indoor masking discriminate … more
DES MOINES — Iowa Gov. Reynolds released the following statement in response to a new letter received from President Biden’s Administration: “Iowa was able to reopen schools safely and … more
Eleven Iowa communities will receive grants to increase college attainment, Iowa College Aid announced. The Local College Access Networks, or LCANs, will receive a total of $545,375 for 2021-22. Two … more
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