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Students Encouraged to Participate in Legislative Process

Students Encouraged to Participate in Legislative Process

The Iowa Legislature is looking for ambitious junior and senior area high school students to learn more about the legislative process by applying to serve as a Page in the Iowa Ho ...

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9/11 Remembrance Ceremony

9/11 Remembrance Ceremony

A 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony will be held on Sunday at the State Capitol to honor those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. The ceremony, that is set to start at 7:30 a.m. ...

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Sedlacek Announces Bid for House District 88 Seat

Sedlacek Announces Bid for House District 88 Seat

Sara Sedlacek of West Liberty announced her candidacy for state representative today. The small business owner and former editor of the West Liberty Index will seek election in th ...

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Bomgaars Announces Candidacy for State Representative

Bomgaars Announces Candidacy for State Representative

Steve Bomgaars of Spencer has announced his candidacy for State Representative. The Spencer City Councilman and longtime Spencer High School teacher will be running in the newly r ...

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Families Without Health Insurance Encouraged to Sign Children Up for Hawk-I

Families Without Health Insurance Encouraged to Sign Children Up for Hawk-I

To ensure more children get quality, affordable healthcare, the 2011 Iowa Legislature has made it easier for families to qualify for Hawk-I. Hawk-I makes affordable health insuran ...

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Grinnell Councilwoman, Bly Announces Run for Iowa House

Grinnell Councilwoman, Bly Announces Run for Iowa House

Grinnell City Councilmember Rachel Bly announced today that she will run for state representative in the new House District 76, which includes all of Poweshiek County and large pa ...

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Iowa Students’ ACT Scores are Number 2 in the Nation

Iowa Students’ ACT Scores are Number 2 in the Nation

Iowa students of the 2011 class had the second highest ACT scores in the nation among states that tested more than half of their students. The top five in order were Minnesota, Io ...

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