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DES MOINES — Today, Rep. Gary Carlson (R-Muscatine) released information about the Iowa Legislative Page program and is encouraging area students to apply for the 2021 session. “The … more
State forestry experts are encouraging Iowans to proceed with caution as they begin cleaning up the extensive tree damage from Monday’s (Aug. 10) historic storm. “Hopefully the power will be … more
DES MOINES — COVID Recovery Iowa is responding to the mental health needs of Iowans impacted by the recent storm. While more than 75,000 Iowans are still without power one week after a derecho … more
The governor’s proclamation, released Aug. 11, allows state resources to be utilized to respond to and recover from the effects of the recent severe weather on Aug. 10. Cedar, Clinton, Muscatine … more
DES MOINES — Volunteer Iowa and the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) announced an extension of the Iowa Nonprofit Recovery Fund application period due to the Aug. 10 derecho and resulting … more
DES MOINES — The Iowa Department of Public Safety and the Office of the Attorney General of Iowa are warning Iowans to be aware of a “grandparent scam.” Several Iowa communities throughout the … more
The State of Iowa Board of Regents has waived the requirement for students needing to submit either an ACT or SAT score in order to be admitted to the University of Iowa, Iowa State University, or … more
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges’ (EICC) Scott Community College (SCC) is excited to announce the college has been awarded federal funds totaling more than $1.6 million for a larger-than-usual, … more
Eulenspiegel Puppet Theatre continues its series of summer shows available to viewers all over the world. The next show, “Magical Fish and Mermaids” will be live streamed Sunday, Aug. 23 at 2 … more
Although there is still some finish work to be done, the new playground at Kimberly Park in West Liberty may open this Thursday at noon, according to city park department director Nick Heath, this … more
Enrollment is down 159 students, which could cost the district nearly $1 million in state and federal funding, it was learned Monday evening, Aug. 17, at a virtual/live meeting of the West Liberty … more
There are heroes and then there’s Javier Garcia. The decade-plus West Liberty resident realized “we need to do something” late last week after a neighborhood child was slightly injured … more
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