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Treatment courts are good for Iowa families

February 5, 2014 A new approach to keeping families together is seeing success in Iowa. more »»

Bigger, faster, cheaper

January 29, 2014 These three words, when used in combination, say a lot about the American society in which I was raised. For some of my generation, this is nothing less than a philosophy of life. more »»

The score counts

January 28, 2014 Much time, energy, and money has been spent figuring out what is wrong with the education system. more »»

Marshalltown Community College campus renovation is under way

January 27, 2014 While you may be more aware of the impending renovations to the historic Marshalltown High School Roundhouse, Marshalltown Community College is also preparing to embark on its own renovation projec. more »»

Back in session

January 24, 2014 The 2014 Legislative Session is underway with the first week under our belts. I am looking forward to serving our district and getting things done to help Iowa prosper. more »»

Marshalltown Medical & Surgical Center plans for new facilities

January 22, 2014 As many of you may know, Marshalltown Medical & Surgical Center (MMSC)will be building a 75,000-square-foot Outpatient Center as Phase 1 of a 3 phase hospital replacement. more »»

January brings historic health care benefits and protections

January 17, 2014 Ringing in the new year took on a new meaning in 2014 as our nation welcomed a new day in affordable, quality health care for all Americans. more »»

Everyone wants school choice!

January 15, 2014 Options are a good thing. An important part of the capitalist society is having options and the ability to choose them. more »»

Iowa Valley prepares for 2014 legislative session

January 10, 2014 During the 2013 legislative session, the importance of the mission of Iowa’s community colleges was strongly recognized by Governor Terry Branstad and legislators in both the Iowa House and Senate. more »»

Sense of community - Iowa Juvenile Home

January 8, 2014 Sense of community- IJH The news of the Iowa Juvenile Home’s closing has of course been a shock to the Tama-Toledo community. more »»

Iowa Juvenile Home staff to student ratio

January 4, 2014 As most have heard, Governor Branstad has announced that he will close the Iowa Juvenile Home (IJH) in Toledo on January 16, sending the remaining children in the home into new facilities and laying... more »»

Iowa Juvenile Home employee reacts to closing

January 3, 2014 My name is Todd Sprague, I was born and raised in Fayette, Iowa. I graduated from North Fayette High School in 200. more »»

How 2013 showcased the bright future of the newspaper industry

December 31, 2013 This has been an exciting year for the newspaper industry. I believe 2014 will be even bette. more »»

Addressing Governor Branstad on Iowa Juvenile Home closing

December 27, 2013 There’s an old story of a very rich man back in the roaring 20’s who threw enormous parties at his mansion. more »»

Jail for juveniles

December 25, 2013 Underlying the recent publicity concerning the resentencing and parole of Kristina Fetters is new research dealing with brain development that has led the U.S. more »»

Iowa Juvenile Home closing is wrong

December 18, 2013 Proper hearing was not afforded before the Iowa Department of Human Services announced the shutdown of the Iowa Juvenile Home / State Training School for Girls in Toled. more »»

Preserving an Iowa hunting tradition

December 16, 2013 Every fall, Iowa hunters head outside into the crisp weather to enjoy a day of pheasant hunting with friends and famil. more »»

The Failure of Progressivism

December 13, 2013 Investor’s Business Daily in a recent editorial reported that the federal government “has spent $3.7 trillion on welfare in the past five years, with virtually nothing to show for it. more »»

Preparing all kids to succeed in school and life

December 10, 2013 We think of education as the great equalizer, and we count on our schools to give every child a fair shot at success as an adult. more »»

Does the STC School Board really need a PPEL?

December 6, 2013 The school board has decided to call a special election on February 4th to get permission to raise taxes on property owners for the next ten years. They were declined on September 10t. more »»



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