Apr 18, 2013
Iowa City Press-Citizen
DNR works to spawn fish away from mussels
Normally, they are shipped out within a day or so of hatch, anyway, to rivers, backwaters and -- in some cases -- holding ponds to grow larger.
Opinion Staff wrote a new blog post: Bottle bill change will aid recycling, jobs
If you were to ask most Iowans what the Iowa bottle bill is about, they would probably answer: It's about bottles, cans and nickels.
Winter Storm Watch posted for parts of Northeast Iowa
The National Weather Service in La Crosse has posted a Winter Storm Watch for parts of northeast Iowa.
Bald Eagle Watch Attracts Tourists to Guttenberg
When you think of outdoor winter activities, something involving snow or ice probably come to mind.
The Des Moines Register
January precipitation does little for Iowa's thirsty soil
Ninety percent of Iowa's topsoil and subsoil is still considered short of moisture, despite January precipitation of slightly less than 1 inch that fell on Iowa in the form of 3.6 inches of snow and some rain.