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Learn how to save on college costs by finding and applying for scholarships at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges’ (EICC) upcoming Scholarship Night, Feb. 2 at 5 p.m. online via Zoom. Clinton, … more
Winter paddling can provide solitude, exercise and an opportunity to see amazing winter beauty. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recommends that paddlers wait for warmer weather to … more
DES MOINES — The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is offering a free virtual shed antler hunting course to individuals who have little to no shed antler hunting experience or would like … more
DES MOINES — Drought and abnormally dry conditions remain across Iowa with drought boundaries remaining status quo, following a 2020 that ranked as the 36th driest year on record in Iowa, according … more
Muscatine residents have been using blue bins and recycling for several years now, but questions continue about what we can and cannot put in those blue bins. Muscatine residents want to recycle, but … more
DES MOINES — The Iowa Tourism Office announced a free digital passport for travelers to discover the beauty of Iowa’s scenic byways and the unique attractions, shops and restaurants along the … more
DES MOINES — Mediacom Communications is offering $60,000 in scholarship support for high school seniors who plan to obtain further education. The scholarship program is in its 20th consecutive … more
WEST DES MOINES — As spring approaches, future high school graduates are finalizing their college plans, but it’s not too late to apply for Iowa Farm Bureau Federation’s (IFBF) $2,500 … more
Every January, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) urges everyone across the United States to test their homes for radon gas. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can seep … more
JOHNSTON — Iowa PBS encourages you to be a part of PBS American Portrait, a national storytelling project which invites individuals to participate in a conversation about what it really means to be … more
DES MOINES — Before President James Polk went to bed on Dec. 28, 1846, he dipped his quill pen in ink and wrote in his diary: “Nothing much happened today.” However, Iowans may disagree. … more
DES MOINES — Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig reminds farmers and landowners who plant cover crops to apply for the state’s cover crop insurance discount program by Jan. 15, 2021. … more
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