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Republican-led House-passed bill would add drug testing to food stamp recipients If House Republicans had their way, the 47 million Americans now having to sustain themselves on food stamps first would have to pass a drug test to get them.
Iowa Iowa City is expanding free Wi-Fi in its downtown area to meet a growing demand for online access. The City Council approved a plan Tuesday night that will let Internet service provider South Slope Cooperative Telephone Company mount equipment
Iowa When a panel truck pulls into a neighborhood this time of year, ice cream is usually the draw that brings kids scurrying from their front doors. In this City of Literature, though, it's fitting that the newest attraction on wheels is filled with
Iowa (AP) From piles of old photos showing an evolving downtown, to a Depression-era filmstrip focused on the debate over a proposed new high school , workers at the Iowa City Public Library are finding their latest project to be as timely as it is
A lot of students have to go to elementary schools around town, and they don't have cars, they don't really know where it is." Truth is, Valde knows younger voters like herself are less reliable when it comes to turning out in the crunch, and "with
Written by Iowa City Press-Citizen Filed Under Iowa State Board of Regents member Ruth Harkin will give a public address at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 6, in Meeting Room A of the Iowa City Public Library. Harkin, the wife of Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin, will
Written by Iowa City Press-Citizen Filed Under The Iowa City Public Library plans to once again offer free bus rides to children and their caregivers looking to use the library this summer. Starting on June 5, children and their caregivers will be
Written by Ben Moore IowaWatch.org Filed Under Exhaustive, expensive and occasionally humiliating is how Hannah Kane, 22, described job hunting after graduating from the University of Iowa in May 2011 with a bachelors degree in cinema. Interviewing
Written by Iowa City Press-Citizen Filed Under A slew of local events are scheduled for national Bike to Work Week. The week, designed to encourage the use of bicycles as an alternative form of transportation, will kick off Monday with a Bike
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