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Paul Brennan

Posted by Paul Brennan | Nov 14, 2017

Curbside recycling in Iowa City will become simpler next month. Starting Dec. 4, paper and non-paper items in recycling bins will no longer need to be separated. It’s an attempt...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Nov 14, 2017

The morning after winning a seat on the Iowa City Council, Mazahir Salih was up early working to support one of the causes she believes in. She testified before the...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Nov 13, 2017

Republicans in the Iowa State Senate have finished an internal investigation into whether their caucus created a hostile work environment, complete with sexual harassment and racist slurs, the Associated Press...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Nov 10, 2017

On Thursday, Rep. Steve King and Sen. Chuck Grassley both reacted to a story published earlier in the day by The Washington Post, which detailed allegations that Alabama Republican Senate...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Nov 8, 2017

The Iowa City Community School District (ICCSD) plans to remove all the temporary seclusion rooms from its schools, according to an email sent to district parents by ICCSD Superintendent Stephen...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Nov 7, 2017

Pop-up shops are coming to the Ped Mall for the holidays. The Iowa City Downtown District (ICDD) is hosting its third annual Downtown Holiday Market, and this year it will...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Nov 6, 2017

Signs reading “It’s okay to be white,” were found around Iowa City over the weekend, KCRG reported. Iowa City is just one of several cities in the United States and...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Nov 4, 2017

The Domestic Violence Intervention Program (DVIP) provides support and advocacy services for victims and survivors of domestic violence, and this time each year, it also helps its clients provide a...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Nov 3, 2017

University of Iowa undergraduate Ryan Hall said he believes his candidacy for the District B city council seat can help bridge what he sees as a gap between students and...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Nov 2, 2017

Iowa City is no longer the only UNESCO City of Literature in the United States. On Oct. 31, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization designed Seattle as one...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Nov 2, 2017

Susan Mims’ eight years of experience on the Iowa City Council is evident as speaks about the issues. Mims can cite 15-point plans the council has adopted and weigh the...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Nov 2, 2017

Iowa’s Sam Clovis is no longer President Trump’s nominee for the top scientific position at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. It was announced on Thursday that Clovis sent a letter...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Nov 1, 2017

At her weekly press conference on Tuesday, Gov. Kim Reynolds offered an explanation for why she called Iowa liberals “unhinged” during a speech last month. Her explanation, however, didn’t address...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 31, 2017

Ask Angela Winnike, a candidate for one of the two at-large city council seats, why she is running for the Iowa City Council and she talks about making the council...