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Sponsored Content Apr. 25, 2022 6:30 am407d ago
At SOMM Wines in Fairfield, Iowa, owner Krista Matthes loves giving guests expert advice on wine selections and pairings. This week, pair Albariño wine with a recipe for Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic.
Gazette Daily News Apr. 19, 2022 10:31 am413d ago
On today’s episode: Iowa’s U.S. senators vote against Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court, the state will close it’s Glenwood facility for Iowans with disabilities, two Fairfield teens charged with murder are denied an appeal, and Cedar Rapids DJ Ric Swann dies.
Campaigns & Elections Jun. 7, 2022 10:04 am364d ago
The 2022 Iowa primaries are today, June 7. Here is a list of candidates for U.S. and statewide offices who appear on ballots.
Sponsored Content Apr. 22, 2022 10:51 am410d ago
At SOMM Wines in Fairfield, Iowa, owner Krista Matthes loves giving guests expert advice on wine selections and pairings. This week, pair Champagne with mushroom popover pie or gougeres tea sandwiches.
Sponsored Content Mar. 25, 2022 11:49 am438d ago
At SOMM Wines in Fairfield, Iowa, owner Krista Matthes loves giving guests expert advice on wine selections and pairings. This week, she pairs Chablis with the rich textures and flavors of buttered sea scallops.
Gazette Daily News Apr. 19, 2022 10:30 am413d ago
On today’s episode: Gov. Kim Reynolds will address the nation following Biden’s State of the Union, Russian liquor won’t be sold by the Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division, Clear Creek Amana school district voters go to the polls today, and the Iowa high school girls basketball tournament continues.
Gazette Daily News Feb. 28, 2022 7:45 pm462d ago
On today’s episode: University of Iowa’s Henry B. Tippie College of Business dies at 95, the Iowa House approves legislation banning the participation of transgender athletes, and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources looks to sell its struggling Honey Creek Resort.
On today’s episode: Iowa’s COVID disaster proclamation expires Tuesday at 11:59 p.m.; the Legislature approves a 2.5 percent increase in state funding for Iowa’s public K-12 schools; and sports betting hit another record with $300 million wagered in January.
On today’s episode: Rangers at 23 of Iowa’s state parks are being evicted by the DNR, Cedar Rapids unveils its $37 million plan to replenish trees lost in the derecho, and longtime Iowa men’s basketball commentator Mac MacCausland died over the weekend.
On today’s episode: Iowa COVID hospitalizations drop; state auditor looks at COVID data; attorneys accuse the University of Iowa of stalling a racial discrimination lawsuit; Johnson County attorney won't seek re-election; proposal to speed up getting a teacher’s license.
Energy Jan. 28, 2022 3:36 pm493d ago
Here’s what we know about the Coggon Solar project in Linn County, approved by Linn County supervisors on Monday and expected to break ground in March.
On today’s episode: Linn-Mar High School student and staff member honored with the Dr. Percy and Lileah Harris “Who Is My Neighbor?” award; Iowa legislators weigh in on how to spend sports betting tax revenue; and an inmate assaulted two officers at the Coralville prison over the weekend.
Gazette Daily News Dec. 25, 2021 4:15 am528d ago
On today’s episode: You might see a hint of snow early on Christmas morning; NASA’s launching a massive telescope early today that astrophysicists are excited about; Iowa will spend $9 million for out-state-nurses; and the U.S. saw a near-stagnant population growth over the past year.
Gazette Daily News Dec. 21, 2021 4:15 am532d ago
On today’s episode: Iowa’s COVID spike continues heading into Christmas; an independent review shows Iowa’s prison system is overcrowded and understaffed; a memorial event will be held Thursday for two Decorah High students killed in a car crash; and Iowa’s basketball team manages to skirt COVID, for now.
Gazette Daily News Nov. 27, 2021 4:15 am556d ago
On this weekend’s episode: The omicron COVID variant stokes global fears; a Texas company is proposing a 1,300-mile carbon sequestration pipeline across Iowa; Iowans could have digital versions of IDs by summer 2022; and the Hawkeyes’ big comeback over Nebraska keeps Big Ten title game hopes alive.