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The Iowa judicial system was “turned on its head” by the coronavirus pandemic, Chief Justice Susan Christensen told lawmakers Wednesday, but the system survived through the “hard work, tenacity and sheer guts” of judicial branch employees.
The county is still several weeks away from vaccinating people in the group which includes: all Iowans over 75 and PK-12 school staff.
Federal officials said Tuesday that 35 years of legal protection and habitat restoration efforts had brought the tern back from the brink of extinction.
Iowa’s Republican U.S. House members, Ashley Hinson, Mariannette Miller-Meeks and Randy Feenstra, voted against impeachment.
The latest update on Cerro Gordo's COVID vaccine plans:
In Riceville, history is now regularly being made on the basketball court.
Gov. Kim Reynolds on Tuesday proposed an $8.1 billion state spending plan for fiscal 2022, a 3.7 percent increase that would fund priorities in broadband expansion, K-12 and higher education and mental health programs for adults and children.
The latest COVID-19 update from the Cerro Gordo Joint Information Center: