Friday Jul 25
Anamosa Still Struggling with Tree Debris Nearly a Month After Storm
ANAMOSA, Iowa- For some in Eastern Iowa, the damaging June 30th wind storm is now just a fading memory.
WHO-TV Des Moines
Octogenerian Says RAGBRAI Keeps Her Young
Riders were cheered on coming up one of the biggest hills on Thursday's route. Among them was third-time RAGBRAI rider, 87-year-old Lavone Luther of Cedar Rapids.
Iowa prison population rising again
The number of inmates housed in state prisons rose slightly for the 12-month period that ended June 30 to 8,117, reversing a downward trend that saw releases outpace admissions in four of the previous six fiscal years, according to data compiled by the state Department of Corrections.
The Washington Evening Journal
Hogging for Heroes enters Washington Saturday
Last year's Hoggin' For Heroes Hoopla opened with a blessing of the bikes by members of the Christian Motorcyclists Association.
J&P Cycles Hit by Storm, Shipping Delayed
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