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Iowa (AP) A Japanese researcher is looking to the Cedar Valley and other Iowa Main Street communities for ideas to implement back home. On Monday, Matsumoto strolled up and down Bremer Avenue in Waverly. He paused to snap pictures, jot down notes and
Exterior view of the Peregrine Financial Group headquarters at One Paragon Way in Cedar Falls, Iowa, July 11, 2012. Russell Wasendorf Jr. , whose father went to prison for stealing $215 million from clients of the futures brokerage they ran together
Carnes wrote on his Facebook page Wednesday that he would enroll at the Football Championship Subdivision school in Cedar Falls, Iowa. Carnes appeared in three games in 2011 as the backup to quarterback Taylor Martinez before switching to wide
The University of Iowa is moving ahead with plans for a new Kinnick Stadium scoreboard and sound system, and the university's athletics director said the improvements will be ready in time for the 2013 football season. The Iowa state Board of Regents
iPad takes one for the team saves softball fan from foul ball to the head An errant foul ball was heading straight to this softball fan's noggin before his iPad leaped valiantly in front of the ball and spared him from harm...Monday, April 22, 2013,
The University of Iowa would install a high-definition video display and sound system at Kinnick Stadium, under a proposal the Iowa Board of Regents will consider next week...Tax dollars and tuition money would not be used, the proposal stated.
Union County (Ky.) junior Brock Ervin and Castle senior Luke Welch both had tournaments to remember at last weekend's High School Wrestling Nationals in Virginia Beach, Va. Ervin, a four-time Kentucky state champion, won the 126-pound national title
University of Northern Iowa, Hurt had his two best throws of the season.Both of his mammoth hurls landed more than 52 feet from the circle, and they were more than enough for Hurt to secure the top spot on the podium...So, I had my brother come over
Lower was a school principal and held administrative posts at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago and at Wheaton College earlier in his career, but he found his greatest joy in teaching. He was a professor of education at Wheaton for more than 20 years.
Peregrine Financial Group's former Chief Executive Russell Wasendorf Sr. wears an anti-suicide tunic following his arrest on charges of lying to federal regulators in Cedar Falls, Iowa July 2012. Russell Wasendorf Sr., the former chief executive of