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Waldorf Teams Box Up More Than 2,800 Meals at Event

Waldorf Teams Box Up More Than 2,800 Meals at Event

Members of the Waldorf College cross country and track and field teams lent a helping hand to the Feed My Starving Children organization on Monday. The Warriors, along with head coach Kendrick Clay, associate head coach Kelsey Riggins and bus driver Lynn Osterkamp assisted the non-profit Christian organization in its mission to feed “God’s children

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Flags at Half Staff This Weekend

Governor Terry Branstad has ordered that flags in Iowa be flown at half-staff to mark Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day weekend. Branstad announced Thursday that the flags will be set at half-staff from 5 p.m. Friday through 8 a.m. Monday at the State Capitol Complex and other public buildings throughout the state. The state is encouraging


Online Tool Helps Farmers with Nitrogen Application Decisions

   A federally funded climate initiative, that includes Iowa State University, has launched a new online decision support tool to help farmers and farm advisers manage the application of in-field nitrogen for maximizing crop yields and minimizing environmental damage. The free tool, called “Corn Split N,” is available for use in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri and Kansas. Corn Split N combines historical


Business Grows In Iowa According to Schultz

Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz and Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) Director Debi Durham announced  that through a partnership with IASourceLink and the Iowa Economic Development Authority, the Iowa Secretary of State’s office is now providing Iowans with more resources to help start a business.  The business development resources found at http://sos.iowa.gov/iasourcelink contain a