CEDAR RAPIDS — The Iowa Department of Human Services will hold a public meeting March 3 in Cedar Rapids to discuss the state’s plan t ... »
IOWA CITY — Health care professionals at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics will be receiving annual raises and higher weekend pay for ... »
Twelve-year-old Sienna O'Connor refers to her cellphone as “T-Rex.”
Her parents — Amber and John O'Connor of Cedar Rapids ... »
DES MOINES — With Medicaid expenses rising at double the rate of state revenue, Department of Human Services Director Chuck Palmer is lookin ... »
Planning makes meal-making easier on busy days. Since pretty much every day is busy, these tips will help carry you through.
Downtown Lansing, on the Mississippi River in Allamakee County, was designated a National Historic District in September.
The area, from the ... »
Just the other night, at a friend’s house my baby walked up to me and handed me a long metal pin. “Oh no,” he said and walked ... »
CEDAR FALLS — Few people look forward to frigid temperatures.
Don Briggs, a University of Northern Iowa professor, is one of them.»
There’s no doubt that Charles Baxter is a brilliant writer, a treasure of the Midwest. But even the greats can stumble, and unfortunately Ba ... »
Dan Gable is more than a wrestler, more than a wrestling coach. He’s a storyteller.
If you’ve ever spent any t ... »
Glen Erik Hamilton doesn’t have any past novels to his credit, but his debut, “Past Crimes” (William Morrow, 324 pages, $26.99 ... »
CEDAR RAPIDS — It looks petite, sitting sedately, slightly back from busy 34th Street SE. A cool gray exterior enhanced by navy blue shutter ... »
Q: I’m interested in Japanese gardens. I don’t want a whole garden, but maybe just a “touch of Japanese.” Where do I st ... »
LINN COUNTY — The recent winter storm that left Eastern Iowa digging out also took its toll on our landscapes. When we get heavy, wet snow, ... »