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Editor: 2020 is a monumental election year where social media and political promises may make it difficult to understand the real, underlying issues. What do we really value in a candidate for … more
Editor’s note: The following was published on the Iowa Capital Dispatch website June 19.Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a COVID-19 liability bill into law on Thursday, granting businesses, … more
A total of three Durant preschool classes, two kindergarten classes and two first grade classes are receiving free books each month, thanks to Mindy Hoon – an early childhood teacher who has been … more
Many of you have heard about the turmoil in Johnson County concerning their zoning ordinance. I view this ordinance as anti-agriculture and illegal. We are working on two bills in the Iowa … more
As we head toward spring, several events pulled me in many different directions last week. From a fire at the old Wilton college to a trek to Des Moines for state wrestling, that was just the tip of … more
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), is announcing $765,826 to recipients in Iowa to increase their health … more
On Saturday, March 14 — just over a month ago — I texted a friend and mentor of mine who had served on the 2014 Ebola Response Task Force, asking him how con-cerned our country should be about … more
DES MOINES — While rainfall was about normal in May for the state, on average, a wide band across the central part of the state was drier than normal, while the north, south and eastern edges were … more
Wolf named to Iowa President’s List Haley Wolf of New Liberty was among the more than 800 undergraduate students at the University of Iowa named to the President’s List for the 2020 … more
AMANA — The Allis Connection announced the 29th annual “All Allis” Father’s Day Show will take place on June 20 and 21 in the Amana Colonies. “I am happy and proud to announce that the … more
Editor’s note: The story printed above was first posted to Iowa Capital Dispatch’s website June 17.A bill that would have provided a long-sought stable source of funding for emergency … more
Rouse graduates from Central College Elizabeth Rouse of Durant was one of 207 Central College students who graduated with bachelor’s degrees in May 2020. Rouse received a bachelor’s … more
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