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  • Cyclones start strong then get run over by Bison
    Iowa State pulled out to a 14-0 second quarter lead, then gave up 34 unanswered points to fall to North Dakota State 34-14 Saturday in Ames. “They run a great program with a good offense and a great defense. They executed very well for the opening game of the season, When you give any team […]

  • Ex-teacher faces more child sex crime allegations
    A former high school English teacher in Montezuma who was charged last year with inappropriate sexual contact with four students now faces more charges. This past June someone told authorities 28-year-old Derek John Bates had committed sexual acts with two more students. These incidents allegedly occured two years ago, during the spring and early summer […]

  • Life jacket use recommended for final summer days on the water
    It’s the last summer holiday weekend and the last chance for many to spend time on their boats. Lou An McCraken of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, says you should be sure to have a life jacket on hand for everyone. She says it’s not enough just to have it in the boat, you […]

  • Iowa priest returns from bicycle ride across the U.S.
    A Catholic priest from northwest Iowa man is back at home after spending most of his summer bicycling across the United States. Father Kevin Richter of the St. Joseph Catholic Church in Le Mars rode 3,836 miles as he crossed 14 states in 68 days. “The most miles I covered in a day was from […]

  • Hawkeyes have high expectations, UNI looking to seize opportunity
    Iowa hosts UNI in the season opener for both. The Hawkeyes enter with lofty expectations but coach Kirk Ferentz says there are question marks in every season opener. “Until you really start playing games, that’s really when you find out about the personality of your team…how guys are going to react,” Ferentz says. He says […]

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