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Joey Root, left, son of Paul and Ann Root of Webster City, received a $1,300 scholarship from the Neil Daniels, National Wild Turkey Federation chairman.
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The 2014 Fruit and Vegetable Field Day Aug. 11 will cover topics for fruit and vegetable farmers at Iowa State University's Horticulture Research Station.
Iowa happens to have planted more genetically engineered corn and soybeans than any other state this year.
Three local young ladies will vie for the crown of Grundy County Fair Queen next Wednesday as the Fair begins its five-day run at the Grundy County Fairgrounds.
March 27-29, Alpha Zeta members from across the country met in central Iowa for the 2014 National Agricultural Leadership Conference.
The Iowa Supreme Court is ordering Iowa State University to pay $650,000 to a former employee who was the subject of vicious mistreatment by superiors.
Just like in the Disney version of the fairy tale " Snow White " when the wicked stepmother queen looks in her magic mirror and asks 'Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?' and the mirror replies, "My queen, you are the fairest of them all, ' such it is in bodybuilding.
Iowa State University tests its robot on a beach in Florida in this file photo. The school is one of seven universities participating in the PISCES Robotic International Space Mining, or PRISM, competition that starts Monday on Hawaii's Big Island.
Iowa State University has released its spring 2014 dean's list. Area students who made the list are Christopher Butts of Buda, Emily Passini of Dalzell, Nathaniel of Ladd, Ryan Marion of Princeton, Molly Scott of Spring Valley, Trevin Kennedy of Walnut and Donna McCune of Walnut.
In Tough , dance artist Chris Black's portrayal of John L. Sullivan isn't exactly straight out of central casting.
To save the countryside, nourish the cities. That may sound paradoxical, even radical, to rural politicians who nurse battle scars from fighting against cities for resources.
The Renewable Fuel Standard , which passed with strong bipartisan support in 2005, is a forward-looking policy that drives down the price of gasoline at the pump, creates jobs, provides investment in rural areas and reduces pollution in our air and water.
Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 11:17 pm
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