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A quilt to tell the story of Chicago’s murdered children

It started with a newspaper. In 1993, Sandy Schweitzer  of Crystal Lake, Illinois, was reading columns by Bob Greene in the Chicago Tribune that talked about dozens of children being killed in … more

Don’t be intimidated — getting started in quilting can be easy

Walking into a quilt shop without a lot of prior knowledge about sewing can be overwhelming. There are rows upon rows of fabrics, displays of tools and an abundance of patterns on offer. But for … more

Senior Dining Menus

Goodwin Senior Dining Thursday – Popcorn shrimp, French fries, coleslaw, fruit Friday – Sweet & sour meatballs, baked rice, hot vegetable, cookie Monday – Chicken … more

Field Crop Scout School to feature many experts agronomists

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach will offer a Field Crop Scout School May 19, at Kirkwood in Cedar Rapids. The Field Crop Scout School is intended to be a foundational course, … more

Tele Workers Receive Awards

On Tuesday, April 5,the annual Iowa Chapter of APCO (Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials) Spring Conference and awards ceremony was held in Altoona. Two local 911 telecommunicators … more

Goodwin Senior Dining Menus

Thursday – Chicken strips, cheese potatoes, pea salad, hot cinnamon apples Friday – Brat & sauerkraut, sweet potato puffs, fruit, cupcake Monday – Chili soup/crackers, … more

Silver Sneakers program offers gym memberships to seniors

Silver Sneakers is a program run mostly through Medicare and Medicaid and some private insurances that will provide free YMCA memberships to people 65 and older, in order to help them live healthier … more

Johnson Co. to host human trafficking info session

“Human Trafficking is Here in Johnson County” is a free program intended for adults and youth 12 years of age or older. It will be at 4 p.m., Sunday, May 1, at St Thomas More Catholic … more

How to spot a scammer, protect your information from dangerous scams

ant/Investigator Chad Ellis was giving a class to seniors at Pleasantview about how to identify and protect yourself from scams, when a scammer called one the senior’s phones. They’d been … more

Senior Dining Menus

April 7 - 14 Goodwin Senior Dining Thursday – Sweet & sour pork baked rice, spinach, cookie Friday – Fish patty, French fries, Jell-O with fruit Monday – Wisconsin … more

Public Health Director pitches job focused on performance review and training

IOWA CITY Danielle Pettit-Majewski, Johnson County Public Health Director, did not have an easy time in attempting to create a staff position focused on the department’s performance, … more

Small Town, Big Hearts

Employer: Kalona Coffee House Employee: Abby Petersheim Number of years working for your business: 4 1/2 She has been such a loyal and dependable employee.  She is efficient, … more

Pet of the Week

This week’s PAWS & More pet of the week is Copper, a young male Labrador Retriever and Giant Schnauzer mix. Copper was surrendered due to his activity level, as well as a run-in with the … more

ICAD expansion could benefit Lone Tree, other rural areas

IOWA CITY A proposed expansion by the Iowa City Area Development (ICAD) group would directly benefit Lone Tree and other rural communities in Johnson County. The proposal was heard by the … more

Supervisors OK budget, handbook update, table salary action

Agreeing it is a “pretty conservative budget, as well as a sometime balancing act,” the Washington County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, March 29, approved the approximate $12.9 million … more

Wellman gets first-hand experience with wheelchair basketball at 3-on-3 fundraiser

Wheelchair basketball is hard — on top of simply maneuvering the wheelchair, you have to remember to dribble every two pushes, you’re getting blocked by other players, wheelchairs crash … more

Senior Dining Menus

Goodwin Senior Dining Thursday – Church chicken casserole, Brussel sprouts, cherry pie, ice cream Friday – Muffuletta sandwich, potato chips, fruit, pudding cup Monday – … more

Mangold announces run for Recorder

Teresa Mangold announced her candidacy for Washington County Recorder on Saturday, March 12, at the Washington County Republican Convention.   She will be running as a … more

Hillcrest to present Mary Poppins March 25-27

Students at Hillcrest Academy have been busy preparing for their spring musical production of Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins, a musical based on the stories of P.L. Travers and … more

Small Town, Big Hearts

Employer: Hillcrest AcademyEmployee: Andrea FarrierNumber of years working for your business: 1 If you ever have a grammar question, Hillcrest Academy English teacher, Andrea Farrier, is your gal! … more
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