UI receives recognition for bicycling

University of Iowa's improvements to the campus earn it a national award for excellence in bicycling culture.

LOST would improve city roads

The local option sales tax would allow the city to heavily improve their deteriorating roads.

Republican incumbent is seeking reelection on the Board of Supervisors

Etheredge hopes to continue working on county efficiency.

Leaders discuss affordable housing

At a joint municipality meeting in North Liberty, local leaders discussed community identification, affordable housing and sharing more information.

UI student wins national scholarship

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce selected MBA student Julian Valencia to be a scholarship recipient due to his passion and entrepreneurial successes.

Regents approve public health research institute

The Iowa Board of Regents voted last week to create a new public health research and policy institute.

Student voter turnout expected to remain low

According to The Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement, youth voter turnout in was roughly 28.8 percent in Iowa in 2010.

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