May 21, 2014
In These Times
Run, Bernie, Run - But As What?
The true legacy of Sanders' campaign-that is, if it is to serve as more than a mere stumbling block to Hillary Clinton's coronation-depends on how much traction it generates among grassroots activists, according to Lighty.
Iowa Visit for Bernie Sanders Perks Progressives
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks at the Capitol in Washington on Feb. 27. Sanders, who has said he may run for president in 2016, is scheduled to attend an event in Iowa this month.
Goose Lake fire questions insurance requirements
On a scale of 1-10, with one being superior property protection, "we currently are at an 8," Cain said, adding an ISO rating of 10 or more indicates a city does not have a fire department.
Santa Tour's tradition of making sick kids smile continues
All set to lift spirits are volunteers on the annual Santa Tour, which took off for Iowa City Tuesday morning from the Low Moor Community Center to visit with and give presents to sick children and their siblings at University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics.
Teen's restoration project is historical society's reward
Family heirloom. Gathered around a chair that is over 100 years old and was the only thing to survive a tornado in 1918 that destroyed the farmhouse of Emil and Dora Dammann in Eldridge are Central Community Historical Society director Ann Soenksen, Northeast sophomore Caitlin Lamp, Nancy Costello and Wesley and Mary Witt.