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    With the national average for methamphetamine use falling, the drug remains a problem in Iowa. Data released by Quest Diagnostics shows our state vari… Read More
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    Who says law enforcement isn’t trying their best to find drug dealers? What is amazing is that no matter how hard people try to hide what they a… Read More
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    Now hold on, don’t take offense. If there can be books on computers, bird-watching, and building a shelf “for dummies” then there certainly ough… Read More
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    It’s an old saw – kids are growing up faster these days. An arrest in Iowa City last week tells a sad tale about that. There wasn’t much in the … Read More
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    Every venture needs money. If we want to have police on the streets to catch drug dealers, and counselors to help those who are addicted to drugs, the… Read More
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    Another Alcohol Awareness Month has come and gone in Iowa. The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) encouraged all residents of the state to use th… Read More
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    Well, it used to be a highway, from 1960 to 1968. But you won't find it on Iowa maps anymore. The stretch of road was decommissioned long ago. It's no… Read More
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    You’ve heard the saying, “The family that plays together stays together,” or perhaps the version that says, “The family that prays together st… Read More
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    When athletes and drugs are mentioned in the same sentence, the assumption is steroids. But athletes, especially college athletes are just as prone to… Read More
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    If there is any “benefit” from drinking alcohol, it is that it makes a person sleepy and therefore, at least in some circumstances, keeps the pers… Read More

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