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Greetings to you all,Hopefully, you and your family are doing well during the difficult times we are facing. September is Suicide Prevention Month, and with all the challenges of the pandemic that we are facing, suicide is occurring in our community and there are things we can do to help prevent suicide. Pain isn’t always...
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Greetings to you all,With the recent Derecho storm that impacted several communities in Iowa, many people are still struggling to recover from the storm. I had the opportunity to volunteer during the cleanup in Cedar Rapids and was able to see the destruction caused by the storm.  The damage is pretty significant and several families...
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Greetings to you all,Hopefully you’re all doing okay, especially with the recent weather that we experienced on Monday. I’m sure thankful that we didn’t have the weather that the others in the state dealt with and that everyone can get back to normal again. With the governor’s mandate, that requires local schools to have 50.1%...
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Greetings to you all,Were nearing the end of July and several discussions are occurring on how to restart schools and what is the best approach to make sure schools are able to reopen safely for students, teachers and staff. The Governor recently added some new guidelines that schools must follow this fall, including a requirement...
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Greetings to you all,The Iowa Department of Public Health reported 391 new confirmed Coronavirus cases and two deaths, between 2:30 p.m. Sunday and 10:30 a.m. Monday, according to the state’s Coronavirus website. That brings the state total to 35,462 cases and 752 deaths. Please take precautions when gathering in groups. Practice social distancing. Wear a face covering....
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Greetings to you all,July 4th is just a few days away and people are anxious to get out and enjoy the weather. There is going to be a few 4th of July events taking place in the Cedar Valley and to celebrate this holiday, the Mayor’s Independence Day Celebration will be on July 4. Even though people...
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Greetings to you all,Hopefully, you and your family are staying healthy during these very difficult and uncertain times we are facing.  The Legislature adjourned on Sunday, June 14 after a marathon overnight debate that saw the passage of a mostly status quo budget and a very controversial expansion of the state’s voter ID program. I was disappointed...
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May 28, 2020 Greetings to you all,Hopefully, you and your family are staying healthy during these very difficult and uncertain times we are facing.  The Legislature plans to reconvene on Wednesday, June 3, at 9 am. The Legislature suspended the session on March 16 dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect the health and safety...
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May 14, 2020 Greetings to you all,Hopefully you and your family are staying healthy during these difficult times we are facing. I heard yesterday that the Legislature plans to reconvene on Wednesday, June 3 at 9 am. The Legislature suspended the session on March 16 dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect the health and safety of...
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May 5, 2020 Greetings to you all,Hopefully you’re staying healthy and you’re able to do what you can, to get through the Coronavirus. Currently, the state is using a program called TestIowa, to help get more Iowans tested for the Covid-19 virus. The TestIowa https://www.testiowa.com/ program has been testing in Des Moines and Waterloo and also started...
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