With persistent rain and lingering cool temperatures, corn planting in Iowa is 11 days later than last year and nine days behind the five-year average.
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As taxpayers we must each pay our fair share in taxes, but no one said that we had to pay more than our fair share.
Tired of what they call “cropaganda,” three University of Iowa scientists created a podcast that provides an alternative voice on issues including water quality, agriculture and climate change.
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Two Cedar Rapids students have been chosen for Iowa State Youth Action Squad to encourage community advocacy and expand their learning, research and leadership skills. One idea is to create a business incubator for Black-owned businesses in the Cedar Rapids area.