On Tuesday, the Ottumwa girls bowling team won the 2021 state championship, giving the program seven state titles since the turn of the century. That’s the most of any program in the history of the state. But what’s interesting about the Bulldog program, is each championship has come under the direction of the same head coach.
A group of 24 scientists, economists, researchers, and other past winners of the World Food Prize sent a letter to President Joe Biden asking him to focus on alleviating global hunger, poverty, and malnutrition.
Agricultural groups and anti-hunger organizations are pushing the Biden administration to continue a program launched by President Donald Trump that spent $6 billion to prevent farmers from plowing under food and instead provide it to millions of Americans left reeling by the coronavirus pandemic.
A Republican lawmaker and a man later charged with participating in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot were among thousands of people who criticized Iowa’s attorney general for refusing to seek to overturn Donald Trump’s electoral defeat.
An important decision is coming for the citizens of Centerville on March 2. A vote on whether or not to tear down the oldest portion of Centerville High School and replace it with a new addition, or make improvements to the school in other areas.
The Iowa Board of Regents will consider new policies to promote freedom of expression at Iowa’s three public universities after a syllabus controversy at Iowa State University and a political stance by University of Iowa leadership.