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Former assistant Washington County attorney Shawn Showers is seeking the Republican nomination for Washington County Attorney.
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7 hrs ago | Iowa City Press-Citizen
She was born in Mexico, the daughter of Louise and Filipe Beltramo, who lived in both Mexico and the United States.
11 hrs ago | Iowa City Press-Citizen
Funeral Services will be held at 11 am, Monday, March 17th at Zion Lutheran Church with Rev.
15 hrs ago | HeraldNet
From January to March, the academic calendar is dominated by the admissions process.
Pep-rallies, the marching band, cheers and chants, and savory, indulgent foods sold at the concession stand are all beloved features of the American high school sports tradition.
I got out my dictionary and looked up Mary Sue Coleman, she was described as someone with excellent leadership qualities, dogged determination The notes strewn on tables throughout the Michigan Union ballroom Friday were variants of the same message: "Thank you, Mary Sue."
The popular move that Kirk Ferentz's Hawkeyes swung last year is scheduled for Saturday, April 12, at Valley Stadium.
As you walk into the Kucera Gallery, the rooms glow with the light emanating from Michael Dailey's large canvases.
A task force commissioned by the Board of Regents to review how state dollars are allocated to Iowa's public universities heard from the presidents of the institutions Thursday regarding their preferred funding models.
Scientists found greater diversity among insects in a rainforest in Peru than theory would predict.
Black students at Harvard University, appropriating a line from a celebrated African-American poet, are harnessing social media to challenge racial stereotypes -- and inspiring similar blogs across the Atlantic.
University of Nebraska's James Green is the top seed in the 157-pound weight class for the 2014 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships , as announced by the NCAA Wednesday evening.
The state Department of Corrections said staff at the Iowa Medical Classification Center responded to a disruptive inmate Wednesday morning in the Health Services Department.
No doubt, the influences that move individuals into their chosen field of science, technology, engineering or mathematics are often as different as night and day, but one thing seems constant: most STEM professionals, in remembering how they made their selection, can trace that A A-ha!A moment back to a pivotal experience in their lives that ... (more)
But Pasadena, Calif., population 140,000, represents much more than the meeting of two football teams on New Year's Day.
Two programs at the University of Nebraska Medical Center placed in the top 10 of their respective categories in an influential ranking of graduate-level health programs: primary-care medicine placed sixth in the country, and rural medicine placed ninth.