Younger generation of farmers spurs new Iowa Farm Bureau position

Due to the growing trend of young people returning to the family farm, the Iowa Farm Bureau created a new staff position to help farmers with transition plans.

East side Iowa City elementary schools pilot iPads

Lemme Elementary has 21 SMART Boards and five iPads for student learning enrichment.

Experts: White may also face first-degree murder conviction in landlord case

Legal experts said Courtney White could still be convicted of first-degree murder under the theory of joint criminal conduct.

Higher ed experts respond to Obama's Higher Education Act

Financial Aid experts welcomed Obama's focus on the issue, but are cautious of his possible actions on the Higher Education Act.

Iowa Summer Food Service program sees greater need, seeks sponsors

The Iowa Summer Food Service program is looking to expand to more sites across the state.

Loebsack hosts teleconference on community safety

Rep. Dave Loebsack, D-Iowa, held a teleconference Wednesday evening with citizens from the local area who weighed in on community safety.

UI partners on centralized liver center

The University of Iowa is joining forces with two other health-care organizations in a partnership to improve care for liver disease patients.

UI Staff Council discusses new human resource plan

Loebsack announces $1.1 million assistance for low income Iowans

Plymouth County attorney elected to Association of Counties Board of Directors

Campus sculpture suffers damages, UI officials arranging repairs


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