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Someone You Should Know: Florence Dittmer Video included

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At 84 years old, Florence Dittmer could be retired; possibly relaxing on a beach, taking up hobbies she's always wanted to try or simply spending all of her free time with family and friends. More>>

Someone You Should Know: Bob Sieglaff Video included

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At 91 years old, Bob Sieglaff said he's finally finished a work that's been years in the making. Sieglaff recently published his book titled, "Prose and Poems from the Penthouse." More>>

Someone You Should Know: Bonnie Tibbetts holds vision classes Video included

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89-year-old Bonnie Tibbetts lives at Friendship Village in Waterloo. Fresh flowers and family pictures decorate Tibbetts' apartment, along with artwork hanging from the walls. More>>

Someone You Should Know: Corey Clark with Point Builders Video included

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After nearly 20 years, Corey Clark calls the Cedar Valley home.


Clark is the Director of Business Development for contracting company Point Builders, LLC in Cedar Falls.
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Someone You Should Know: Lydia Dawley is 2014 Fair Queen Video included

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Born and raised in Decorah, Lydia Dawley will always call Iowa home. Now 17 years old, she's grown up on property that's been in her family for years. Now, Dawley represents Winneshiek County as the 2014 Fair Queen. More>>

Someone You Should Know: Ariana Seedorff starts toy drive Video included

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10-year-old Seedorff loves to swim and read books, but she especially loves playing with little kids. One day she asked her mom to take her to the library; she had the idea of starting a book drive for a local children's hospital. More>>

Someone You Should Know: Rod Hamer volunteers at Red Cross Video included

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After nine years and thousands of volunteer hours, Rod Hamer still gives his time and heart to the American Red Cross.

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21-year-old Ashtyn Dove helps girl with special needs prepare for county fair Video included

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21-year-old Ashtyn Dove and 11-year-old Tessa Smith are best friends. Cancer brought the girls together a few years ago. More>>

Joshua Beebe prepares to visit 11 countries in 11 months

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Joshua Beebe is going to spend the next 11 months in 11 countries. He leaves June 30 for the "The World Race." More>>

90-year-old Gladys Wubbena crochets prayer shawls for her church

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Gladys Wubbena lost her husband of 63 years back in 2005. That loss inspired her to join the Prayer Shawl Ministry at St. James Lutheran Church in Allison. More>>

Micheal Robinson empowers young men through "Man Power" program

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Students at Waterloo East High School spent the last several months in Man Power. Man Power is a program to empower young men to become better men. It's led by paraeducator Micheal Robinson. More>>

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  • New football coach looking to turn around Waterloo East

    New football coach looking to turn around Waterloo East

    Wednesday, August 27 2014 3:21 PM EDT2014-08-27 19:21:41 GMT
    A visit to Waterloo East's Football practice Tuesday found new Trojan head coach Richard Carter was putting his young team through a tough session.More >>
    A visit to Waterloo East's Football practice Tuesday found new Trojan head coach Richard Carter was putting his young team through a tough session.More >>
  • Barnstormers move from AFL to IFL

    Barnstormers move from AFL to IFL

    The Iowa Barnstormers have relegated themselves.More >>
    The Iowa Barnstormers have relegated themselves.More >>
  • UNI Women's soccer opens season on Friday

    UNI Women's soccer opens season on Friday

    UNI Women's soccer opens season on Friday

    Friday, August 22 2014 10:28 AM EDT2014-08-22 14:28:42 GMT
    The UNI Women's soccer team is coming off a disappointing 4 and 15 season marred by injuries and a lot of close losses. In fact the Panthers were either tied of had the lead in the second half of 15 of their 19 games last fall. Despite their efforts uni soccer has been picked to finish in last place in the conference this fall--but the Panthers did have one voter pick them to finish in first place.UNI head coach James Price said, "Well that would be me--but I do that every year--i am a little...More >>
    The UNI Women's soccer team is coming off a disappointing 4 and 15 season marred by injuries and a lot of close losses. In fact the Panthers were either tied of had the lead in the second half of 15 of their 19 games last fall. Despite their efforts uni soccer has been picked to finish in last place in the conference this fall--but the Panthers did have one voter pick them to finish in first place.UNI head coach James Price said, "Well that would be me--but I do that every year--i am a little...More >>

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