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Candidate hopes to dig city out of debt hole

David Petsel, owner of Iowa River Power Restaurant, 501 5th Ave., is running for Coralville City Council in hopes to reduce the city's debt.


Candidate hopes to pay debt through Iowa River Landing

Bill Hoeft, an incumbent in the Coralville City Council race, believes making the Iowa River Landing a success will help pay back the city's debt.


Iowa Guard lays off more than 100 employees

The Iowa National Guard has furloughed 116 state employees due to lack of federal funds. This is caused by the federal government shutdown which may not end before the debt ceiling is reached on the 17th.


Iowa's education system has not allocated funds equally

A recent audit found that the Iowa Department of Education did not use a competitive process for distributing grants.


Supervisors couldn't come to a decision about plans for a new jail and courthouse

Due to dissent among the Johnson County Board of Supervisors, the supervisors didn't finalize a proposal for a new county jail and courthouse at their meeting on Monday Oct 14.


Decolletage Perfect Fit Boutique celebrates first year of business

The first year of business for Decolletage Perfect Fit Boutique has brought confidence back to many recovering breast cancer patients.


Coralville to Dedicate Sculptures in the Iowa River Landing


Sarah Palin to visit Des Moines in November


Trial reset for man involved in shooting


Branstad announces new biofuels program


Santorum endorses Walt Rogers


College of Medicine recognized for conflict of interest policy


UI Tippie College of Management named a top 25 business school


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