Recently, my sweetheart and I finally created our own Netflix account in order to watch our shows together more easily.
At no time in our state’s history has the need for education and training after high school been more important.
We are, all of us, familiar with the differing ideas of what constitutes “freedom,” as well as the differing values we place on the importance of individual freedoms.
October is National Women’s Small Business Month, and it’s no wonder we’re dedicating a whole month to celebrate.
Mortgage disability insurance? Dear Dave, If someone is following your plan, is it a good idea to get mortgage disability insurance during Baby Step 2? Craig Dear Craig,
It is likely that many of those reading this have, at some point or another, asked themselves the question: “What would I do if I had a billion dollars?” Or some variation to that extent. I have a controversial opinion . . .

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Only 35 years after the 1980’s farm crisis, another storm seems to be brewing. Corn production is forecast by USDA to be up 11 percent from last year. This crop, possibly over 15 billion bushels will include a market-killing overhang of nearly a billion bushels. Corn exports are not performing well...
To help put children on the path to a successful school year, Prevent Blindness Iowa urges parents to address their child’s eye health needs. Prevent Blindness Iowa has declared August as Children’s Eye Health and Safety Awareness month to inspire parents to make their child’s vision health a...
Politicians spend a good bit of their time complaining about the media. But why should they have all the fun? I’m going to join in, though I tend to get upset about different things than most sitting politicians do. You see, I don’t actually mind when journalists—whether in print, on television or...
It’s back to school season. Some parents may be relieved that the summer is drawing to an end and their children will soon be out of the house and back in the classroom. But more importantly, back to school time is an opportunity to reflect on the impact education has on the lives of our children...
The time of year that parents celebrate and students dread—a new school year started yesterday. For parents, the start of the school year means a return to normalcy. The routine of preparing to get out the door each morning in time to make it to the bus or to school, followed by eight or nine...
With this year passing us by more quickly than ever, we are fast approaching the general election in November. I personally can’t believe it’s within sight already! I have a hard time preparing for each election because votes are cast for many people who will hold important jobs within our state...
  Q: What’s the federal government’s stake in seeking a cure for Alzheimer’s disease?   A: More than five million Americans today are living with Alzheimer’s disease. Nearly two-thirds of these individuals are women. And unless medical breakthroughs are discovered to unlock causes and cures, the...
Federal spending and the national debt. Those are two of the issues to be debated in the presidential election, and then in the trenches of Congress. The national debt is now over $19 trillion, and growing—although at a lower rate than a few years ago. Without some sort of reform, annual deficit...

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