The three-day festival starting Friday evening will host the UCI World Cup and feature various cyclocross and gravel races.
Articles Tagged: Johnson County
By Marissa Payne, Izabela Zaluska and Gage Miskimen - The Gazette
Local Government Sep. 27, 2021 6:00 am
As Iowa’s Corridor communities grow their populations, workforce housing tax credits awarded by the Iowa Economic Development Authority help fill rising demand for building new places to live
The Iowa DNR hosted a small sawmill business workshop Thursday at the Schwab/Burford property near Solon. About 20 people learned about selecting and sourcing logs, sawing with band and chain sawmills, air drying, kiln drying, sterilizing wood to kill bugs and marketing finished boards, among other topics.
No current members of the U.S. House are thrown into a district with another incumbent. However, Ashley Hinson and Marianette Miller-Meeks would be in unfamiliar territory. Their would-be Democratic challengers — state Sen. Liz Mathis of Hiawatha and state Rep. Christina Bohannan of Iowa City — both would be in the new 1st District. Under the current map, Mathis is in the 1st and Bohannan in the 2nd.
An Iowa City mother said she felt numb when the Iowa Board of Parole announced its decision last Tuesday to give Lamar Wilson, 27, work release after serving only about three years of his 24-year sentence for killing her son, Kaleek Jones, 22, on the Ped Mall on Aug. 27, 2017.
Community Sep. 5, 2021 7:00 am
TRAIL of Johnson County, the nonprofit that helps older adults live more safely and comfortably at home, is holding a free public information session on Monday, Sept. 13, at 2 p.m. via Zoom.