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It's unfortunate that someone like this has ties to our beloved state. Continue…
10.07 / 00:52
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When I started watching this video, I was intrigued...then I became uncomfortable...then very very curious. Continue…
10.07 / 00:52
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Brazilian artist, Juliana Lepine, takes the larger than life, and makes it infinitely more personal. Continue…
10.07 / 00:52
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Musicians appropriate ideas from everywhere, sometimes to the point where a court of law calls it stealing. Continue…
10.07 / 00:52
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Luther College will spray the lawns with herbicides to provide well-maintained, visually attractive grounds for Luther students, employees and visitors, and to control undesirable weeds on athletic fields. Weather permitting, the date for spraying is the evening of Friday, Oct. 13, with Saturday, Oct. 14, and Sunday, Oct. 15, set as back up days as…
10.06 / 21:26
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After enduring a 2008 U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement raid at Agriprocessors meatpacking plant in Postville, Iowa, immigrant workers were left without a job and wondering if and when they'd be deported. Many shared their stories of abuse endured at the plant and also the love for their community. Film maker Luis Argueta was there documenting the aftermath of the raid when many of the workers obtained U-Visas to remain in the United States. He compiled the footage from that day for…
10.06 / 21:26
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Lucht plans to build 4 houses on blighted property BY TOM CULLEN Larry Lucht plans on developing four houses on lots in Sulphur Springs that were about to be condemned by the Buena Vista County Board of Supervisors this summer. The supervisors Tuesday vacated six right-of-ways in Sulphur Springs that would allow Lucht to build four houses on lots located in the 6100 block of 158th Avenue.Full text available to subscribers only. If you are currently an online subscriber, you can login here.…
10.06 / 18:15
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Left to right: Ron Netten, Joe Kucera, Dan Anderson and Ed Rahe gave the East School gym a tryout Tuesday, Oct. 3. The court worked out perfectly for Pickleball. Times photo by Dolores Cullen It’s like giant ping-pong BY DOLORES CULLEN Anyone for a game of Pickleball? The latest Community Ed activity is Adult Pickleball, the brainchild of retiring city councilman Dan Anderson. Starting Oct. 17 adults can come and play on Tuesday evenings at East Elementary gym.Full text available to s…
10.06 / 18:15
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Surgery at Mayo Clinic saved his life BY DOLORES CULLEN Here is Nels Overgaard’s message to you: If you have an extremely unbearable headache, it might be more than just a migraine. His headaches a year ago were caused by a brain tumor. The hairy emergency surgery he endured last Valentine Day leaves him thankful that he’s fully recovered and above all, that he’s alive.Full text available to subscribers only. If you are currently an online subscriber, you can login here. To subscribe, pleas…
10.06 / 18:15
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Dr. John Paschen Candidate for Congress ‘We need to stop fighting on cable TV. For gosh sakes, do your jobs.’ BY TOM CULLEN Dr. John Paschen hopes to deny Rep. Steve King a ninth term in Congress due to his lack of accomplishments in Congress and his regular presence on cable TV criticizing immigrants.Full text available to subscribers only. If you are currently an online subscriber, you can login here. To subscribe, please follow this lin…
10.06 / 18:15
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Fred Hubbell Iowans want leader ‘who understands what’s going on’ BY TOM CULLEN Des Moines business magnate and gubernatorial candidate Fred Hubbell believes his experience in the corporate sphere and state government can reverse long-term problems in rural and urban Iowa.Full text available to subscribers only. If you are currently an online subscriber, you can login here. To subscribe, please follow this link…
10.06 / 18:15
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The children are 10, 8, and only 1 1/2 months old. Continue…
10.06 / 17:07
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We've already seen one Iowa-native on 'The Voice' so far this season, but we'll hopefully be seeing another one very soon! Continue…
10.06 / 17:07
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Bruce Springsteen is finally preparing to release the solo album he’s kept under wraps for several years. Continue r…
10.06 / 17:07
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Breaking news out of Washington County this morning Continue…
10.06 / 17:07
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Fall is here and with it comes great local fall activities! Continue…
10.06 / 17:07
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The Trump administration is rolling back the Obama-era requirement that employer-provided health insurance policies cover birth control methods at no cost to women. According to senior officials with the Department of Health and Human Services, the goal of the new rule is to allow any company or nonprofit group to exclude the coverage for contraception if it has a religious or moral objection. "This provides an exemption, and it's a limited one," said Roger Severino , director of the HHS…
10.06 / 16:36
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Tropical Storm Nate was gathering force in the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea on Friday as it made its way toward the U.S. Gulf Coast, which was bracing for a potential direct hit Sunday. The storm has already unleashed heavy rain and flooding over parts of Central America, where several people have died. In Nicaragua, the death toll reached at least 11 on Thursday, while thousands of people had to evacuate their homes and several others were reported missing, according to Vice President…
10.06 / 16:36
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It's not like John Darnielle isn't busy enough this year (or ever): He released the The Mountain Goats' keys-only Goths, published the novel Universal Harvester and has a new podcast with Welcome To Night Vale creator Joseph Fink that will dissect each and every song from The Mountain Goats' All Hail West Texas. But Darnielle is a maniac, and must howl at the moon lest his powers be lessened. Thus, the surprise Marsh Witch Visions EP, which features a "Rain In Soho" demo, but notably it's…
10.06 / 16:36
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MONDAY Jefferson County Board of Supervisors — Jefferson County Engineer's office, 7 a.m.: meet with road crew. 9 a.m.: Jefferson County Courthouse first-floor meeting room, 9 a.m.: acknowledge minutes; meet with county engineer; consider approval of fees for guardianship/conservatorship case; consider 218 NACO membership; discuss and consider nuisance property at 1008 Oakwood; make committee reports; public …