On Tuesday, the Iowa Department of Public Health announced that five dispensaries will receive licenses to sell cannabis-based medicinal products. […]
Sen. Joni Ernst reaffirmed her support for the NRA on a CBS news program on Sunday, while claiming she is not beholden to the NRA for the almost record-setting amount of money it has spent supporting her since 2014. […]
Freezing temperatures and several inches of newly fallen snow weren’t enough to stop Students Against School Shootings Iowa (SASS) from leading a protest march from College Green Park to the University of Iowa’s Pentacrest on Saturday. […]
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It’s the first week of spring, and even though the weather this weekend may be gray and wintery, green gardens will be on the mind for the Iowa City Public Library and Johnson County Master Gardeners’ Seed Share 2.0. […]
On Tuesday, Iowa Republican activist Craig Robinson sent a letter to Secretary of State Paul Pate challenging the validity 111 signatures on the candidate petition of Republican candidate for governor Ron Corbett. […]
University Camera, which opened in 1970, is the last full-service camera store in Johnson County and one of a handful of such stores still remaining in the Midwest. When it closes its doors for the last time on April 15, a wide range of photographic services will disappear in Iowa City. […]
As the 100th anniversary of the First World War has unfolded since 2014, the most common images of the “War to End All Wars” have come from the Western Front. Trench warfare. Armies fighting endlessly over the same few squares miles of land. But the fighting on the Eastern Front was very different, with dramatic advances and retreats, and two empires — Austria-Hungary and Russia — slowly collapsing. […]