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Members of Oelwein Tuesday Tourist club embarked on a road trip to Upper Iowa University for their October meeting. Ruth Lau served as the hostess for the event, which featured stories of UIU women over the years.
Friends of MercyOne invite the public to their annual fall jewelry sale. The sale will be held in the Eighth Avenue lobby of MercyOne Oelwein Medical Center from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 16 and 17.
IOWA CITY — A top aide to Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds is working as a paid expert witness in a private property lawsuit, backing a family that is seeking millions of dollars from neighbors in a commercial zoning dispute.
Iowa farmers and rural communities are facing another round of uncertainty this fall. Low commodity prices, trade wars, new small refinery exemption (SRE) waivers, and the potential for an early freeze are threatening to put Iowa farmers out of business and thousands of Iowans out of work.
Donald Trump has spent his time in office trying to bend the conventions of the American presidency to his will. Now he appears to be trying to override a core principle of democracy: that no one is above the law.
Vaping has come of age in the most perfect of social conditions. Smoking cigarettes is falling out of favor socially and even among nicotine users, and is wholly rejected by many young people today. To get their fix they're turning to what is marketed as a cleaner and safer method of ingestion. Enticing flavors, edgy technology and social media are empowering the tobacco industry to ensnare a new generation with nicotine addiction by way of vaping. And it’s working. In 2016, 43.8% of high schoolers in New York state tried vaping, more than double the total two years prior. This trend has Ontario County officials deeply concerned.
We’ve all experienced sticker shock. It’s one thing to gasp over the cost of a new dishwasher, but sticker shock for those who need to purchase medications for a chronic disease such as diabetes is a serious issue.
No hats, scarves, mittens or heavy coats are needed by these holiday carolers.
Dozens of children have shiny new wheels this summer thanks to volunteers in Southern Pennsylvania
Center Grows puts students at the helm of new-age food processing techniques