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Waverly Shell Rock band teacher Jim Vowles says gutting collective bargaining in Iowa is tantamount to silencing teachers' voices.

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Marcus Newsom, Wartburg director of Cross Country and Track, and Field/Assistant A.D. was the guest speaker at the Greater Waverly Kiwanis Monday morning. Marcus spoke to the group about his 24 years at Wartburg and the program’s many successes and national titles. To attend a meeting or to …

DES MOINES — For the second year in a row, Wapsie Valley’s Donny Schmit stood in the center of Wells Fargo Arena vying for a state championship. 

DES MOINES — He nearly quit halfway through the season. 

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DES MOINES — Austin Yant geared up for the biggest match of his career. 

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DES MOINES — Four seconds remained in the most important match of his career. 

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DES MOINES — The script was far from perfect, but after a grueling three-day tournament featuring 672 wrestlers from across the state, five of Waverly-Shell Rock’s seven participants ended the…

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Forty years ago this month, the newly formed Iowa Court of Appeals heard oral arguments and issued opinions for the first time. The Iowa Legislature created the five-member court to ease the overcrowded Iowa Supreme Court docket. At the time, it was taking about two years for the supreme cou…

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Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of reports of area legislators’ expectations for the next legislative session in Des Moines.

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Iowa’s GOP electors gathered at the state capitol Monday to cast their votes for president and vice president. 

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Gov. Terry Branstad, fresh from the recent national limelight as President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for U.S. ambassador to China, discussed healthcare, education, collective bargaining, ma…

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Waverly police charged three Cuban citizens with multiple theft and forgery charges after one was found using stolen credit cards at Walmart.

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Many of the items that had been reported stolen from multiple rural residences over the last two weeks were recovered during a search of a Waterloo residence and a storage unit in that city on…

A Waverly man was sentenced to probation during a hearing on Jan. 23 after he pled guilty to assaulting and stealing from a woman.

A Janesville man was charged with a pair of weapons violations after shooting a window at a Janesville residence on Jan. 21.

A Bremer County judge gave a Cedar Falls man the maximum sentence on Jan. 9 after a jury convicted him on Oct. 31, 2016, of being in a woman’s home after she went to bed.

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The City of Waverly is excited to work with the new owner of the Terex plant in Waverly.

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Vice President Mike Pence has told a Missouri crowd that small business is the "beating heart that creates prosperity and growth." (Feb. 22)

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In his weekly conference call with Iowa media on Thursday, Iowa’s senior senator said that his committee is going to investigate fully the circumstances behind the ouster of President Donald J. Trump’s national security advisor.