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Planning To Set Tuition Rates

The president of the Board of Regents laid out their plan moving forward on tuition increases at their meeting Thursday in Cedar Falls. Michael Richards says the first reading of tuition will be in

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Crop Storage

With the Harvest almost in the bins, farmers won’t just be sitting around over the next few months waiting for the Spring. Steve Johnson is a Farm Management Specialist with ISU Extension. He’s

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Holiday Travel Forecast

Plan ahead. That should be your motto if you are planning to travel during the Thanksgiving holiday week. Nick Jarmusz (JAR-mus), spokesman for Triple-A-Iowa, says they’re forecasting a

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Grassley To Be Third In Line

Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley will soon by third in line for presidential succession. Senate Republicans have nominated Grassley to be Senate pro tempore, a position usually reserved for the most

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Rallying Against Racism

Hundreds of Drake University students rallied on campus in response to a couple of recent racist incidents. Robo-calls from an Idaho-based white supremacist group were made to students earlier this

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Kim On King

Governor Kim Reynolds is offering some blunt advice to a fellow Republican. “I think that Steve King needs to make a decision if he wants to represent the people and the values of the fourth

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Make Up Date To Sign Up

The need to help others have an enjoyable Christmas is highlighted this year by the face that more folks than ever have signed up for holiday assistance with the Salvation Army. Captain Pam Kasten

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Soules Enters Plea

A reality TV star from northeast Iowa has pleaded guilty to a MISDEMEANOR charge of leaving the scene of an accident. If a judge in Buchanan County accepts the plea deal, Chris Soules would face

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Police Station Sale

The soon-to-be former police station and the Senior Citizene’s Center building dominated discussion at last night’s Marshalltown City Council meeting. Regarding the police station, non-profit

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State Street Plans

There was also plenty of discussion regarding the sale of lots on State Street including and around the Senior Citizens Building. The City received three separate, but different bids for one or all

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