Grassley not encouraged by Commerce chief’s testimony on trade disputes

CEDAR RAPIDS — Sen. Chuck Grassley was not encouraged by what he heard from Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross at a Wednesday morning Finance Committee hearing. What Grassley gathered from...

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Johnson County continues with crisis intervention center efforts

IOWA CITY — Johnson County officials are progressing with their plans to create a crisis intervention center to help address mental health issues. The Board of Supervisors heard a...

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Pate joins election security summit

Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate will join other secretaries of state from across the country to coordinate a national election security summit in September. Pate announced in a...

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Julian Castro gives vision for United States: Stronger, smarter, safer

Iowa and other Midwestern states on the front lines of a trade war are likely to be fertile grounds for the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, predicts Julian Castro, a...

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Safety Village modifies itself for children with autism

IOWA CITY — Ten-year-old Landon Schafer grinned as he practiced putting on his safety helmet. He was one of eight children who participated this week in a modified version...

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Julian Castro cancels Iowa fundraisers with Democrats

CEDAR RAPIDS — Former U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro has cancelled visits to Linn and Johnson counties this weekend because of the urgency to end the...

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Onawa, Iowa, John Deere dealership sold

ONAWA, Iowa — A John Deere equipment dealership in Onawa has been sold to a dealership based in the Council Bluffs-Omaha area.

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Today’s best bets around Siouxland

Today’s top picks from our online calendar. Find more events at siouxcityjournal.com/calendar.

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