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Black Hawks Teddy Bear Toss set for Thanksgiving game
par COURIER REPORT le 23/11/2021 à 12:00
WATERLOO — The Waterloo Black Hawks’ annual Teddy Bear Toss returns Thursday night during the Thanksgiving game at Young Arena against the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders.
Welcome to Cedar Valley Business Monthly
le 17/12/2020 à 6:00
Waterloo Council discusses potential bonus for fire, police hires
par SYDNEY CZYZON firstname.lastname@example.org le 20/10/2020 à 5:00
If brought to Council and approved, the bonus is expected to reduce staffing shortages, overtime and employee burnout.
Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas' still reigns on Billboard Holiday 100
le 16/11/2017 à 3:15
We know you're gearing up for all the sights and sounds of Christmas. Sure, it's not even Thanksgiving, but that's not stopping you. Or us.
Deere still engineering growth in the Cedar Valley
par PAT KINNEY email@example.com le 25/02/2016 à 6:00
CEDAR FALLS — Walking into the new addition to the John Deere Product Engineering Center is like having the sun come out.
REVIEW: Buy 'Fallout 4' and say goodbye to your life
par JAMES FRAZIER firstname.lastname@example.org le 29/01/2016 à 11:00
“Fallout 4” has ruined my life. The game has stripped away all about life that is good: family, romance, friendships, movies, stable employment, food, sleep. Playing “Fallout 4” requires sacrifice that can’t possibly be worth a video game. Right?
Waterloo Community Playhouse's Dead Man's Cell Phone answers quest for dark comedy
par MELODY PARKER email@example.com le 22/01/2016 à 3:00
WATERLOO — A woman sitting in a café writing a letter becomes irritated by man’s incessantly ringing cell phone. Finally, she steps over to say, “Would you mind answering that?”, or if he’d prefer not to, to simply turn off…
Black Hawk County elected officials awarded 4 percent raises
par TIM JAMISON firstname.lastname@example.org le 21/01/2016 à 3:00
WATERLOO — Black Hawk County’s elected officials will see 4 percent pay increases later this year.
Cedar Valley Winterfest set for Sunday in Cedar Falls
par HOLLY HUDSON email@example.com le 21/01/2016 à 1:00
CEDAR FALLS | Cedar Valley Winterfest, originally scheduled for Jan. 17, was postponed due to, well, winter.
Tweaking mom's recipe for tasty casserole
par CHRISTINIA CRIPPES firstname.lastname@example.org le 20/01/2016 à 11:00
Back when I was first striking out on my own, I would email my mom every time I got a hankering for a particular food item I remembered fondly from my childhood. The emails I got back were delightfully hilarious…
Luther orchestra to play at West
le 20/01/2016 à 3:00
DECORAH — The Luther College Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Daniel Baldwin, will perform at 7 p.m. Jan. 28 at the West High School Auditorium.
Hearst will celebrate MLK with film series
le 17/01/2016 à 3:00
CEDAR FALLS — The Hearst Center for the Arts is celebrating the legacy of Martin Luther King with a series of films Sunday afternoons during January.
Roller derby season opens at McElroy on Jan. 23
le 16/01/2016 à 6:00
WATERLOO | The Cedar Valley Roller Derby league will begin its 2016 season Jan. 23 at McElroy Auditorium on the National Cattle Congress grounds in Waterloo.
Worker house sets fundraiser
le 15/01/2016 à 3:00
WATERLOO — The St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Worker House will host a fundraiser for its “need more room at the inn” project.
Hawkeye, Trojan grid star Montgomery to speak at Waterloo MLK dinner
le 12/01/2016 à 11:00
WATERLOO — Tickets are available for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Banquet, which will be Sunday at Electric Park Ballroom, 310 W. Conger St.
Free webinars available for gardeners
le 05/01/2016 à 11:00
INDEPENDENCE | The Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Master Gardener program will host a winter webinar series this month and in February.
Grassley tour starts in January with N.E. Iowa stops
le 02/01/2016 à 9:00
WASHINGTON | Sen. Charles Grassley will hold nine town meetings in Iowa Jan. 6-8 as part of his annual 99-county meetings.
Panthers split first two games in Hawaii
le 24/12/2015 à 12:30
HONOLULU (AP) | After being on the wrong side of a 16-point loss less than 24 hours earlier, the University of Northern Iowa men's basketball team was chomping at the bit to take the floor again Wednesday night.
White Christmas unlikely this year in NE Iowa
par DENNIS MAGEE email@example.com le 22/12/2015 à 6:00
WATERLOO | Only a slight chance exists for snow before Christmas Day and an even smaller possibility that what does accumulate will stick around long.
Clark: Hecklers can go home
par TIM JAMISON firstname.lastname@example.org le 22/12/2015 à 1:45
WATERLOO | Mayor Buck Clark closed his final city meeting with words of hope for Waterloo's future and sharp condemnation for his critics.
Two given chance at parole in murders
par JEFF REINITZ email@example.com le 22/12/2015 à 12:15
WATERLOO | Two men who killed when they were teenagers have been given a shot at parole.
Blum opposes $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill
par CHRISTINIA CRIPPES firstname.lastname@example.org le 19/12/2015 à 6:00
WATERLOO | The cons outweighed the pros for U.S.1st District Rep. Rod Blum, in the year-end $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill that Congress passed and the president signed on Friday.
UPDATE: Verdict in sexual assault trial
par JEFF REINITZ email@example.com le 18/12/2015 à 7:15
WATERLOO | A judge has found a Waterloo man guilty of attacking a woman in her home over the summer.
45 kids in Cedar Falls get free bikes
le 18/12/2015 à 4:30
CEDAR FALLS | A lot of kids in the Cedar Falls area now have bikes, helmets and locks.
Scammers try to pry money from Ocwen customers
par JIM OFFNER firstname.lastname@example.org le 18/12/2015 à 1:00
WATERLOO | All Cecilia Snook wanted to do was lower her house payment.
Wrestling still has a hold on Bowlsby brothers
par JIM NELSON email@example.com le 18/12/2015 à 12:30
WATERLOO | Having an older brother who wrestled and wrestled at a high level wasn't always easy for John Bowlsby.
Hawkeye Community College students experience farming in Haiti through trip
par ANDREW WIND firstname.lastname@example.org le 28/02/2015 à 3:00
WATERLOO | Farming practices in Haiti lag far behind American agriculture.
Prep wrestling: Dons capture another sectional title
par JIM NELSON email@example.com le 08/02/2015 à 2:30
HUDSON | Don Bosco wrestling coach Tom Hogan has a postseason mantra his wrestlers are hearing frequently this time of year.
Come sail away: Caribbean, river cruises among top vacation picks
par JOHN MOLSEED firstname.lastname@example.org and the Associated Press le 11/01/2015 à 11:00
CEDAR FALLS | With winter's grip tightening in the upper Midwest, it's easy to imagine why the Caribbean still leads among travel destination looking ahead to 2015.
Christmas with Wartburg: Illuminated Saint John's Bible inspires concert theme
par MELODY PARKER email@example.com le 30/11/2014 à 11:00
WAVERLY | When the St. John’s Bible went on display at Wartburg College last year, Lee Nelson was amazed by its exquisite detail.
Local Waterloo documentarians win awards, plan future chapters in series
par PAT KINNEY firstname.lastname@example.org le 29/11/2014 à 6:00
WATERLOO | The first installment in what is to be a five-part film documentary series on Waterloo's history was recently honored at a Des Moines film festival.
Prep cross country: Schillinger no longer chasing for Cedar Falls
par NICK PETAROS email@example.com le 19/09/2014 à 3:15
CEDAR FALLS | Sam Schillinger is no longer looking to push the red jerseys ahead of him as he navigates the cross country circuit of 5K's. The Cedar Falls sophomore is now a varsity runner setting the pace during the…
Cedar Valley Cricket Club swings for higher profile
par TIM JAMISON firstname.lastname@example.org le 08/09/2014 à 2:00
CEDAR FALLS | Darshak Dodiya is guarding a small structure of sticks as his opponent runs toward him and windmills a hard wood-and-leather ball.
Cedar Falls ice silos draw climbers from across the country
par JEFF REINITZ email@example.com le 02/09/2014 à 8:00
Hartman Reserve a window into Cedar Valley's natural habitats
par HOLLY HUDSON firstname.lastname@example.org le 31/08/2014 à 8:00
Overman Park home of municipal band concerts, farmers market
par MacKENZIE ELMER email@example.com le 29/08/2014 à 10:00
TechWorks a blend of manufacturing, agriculture innovation
par JIM OFFNER firstname.lastname@example.org le 28/08/2014 à 8:00
Grout Museum District home to history and more
par MacKENZIE ELMER email@example.com le 28/08/2014 à 12:00
Westminster Christmas dinner an annual tradition
par PAT KINNEY firstname.lastname@example.org le 26/08/2014 à 10:00
Artapalooza fills downtown C.F. with art, fun
par MELODY PARKER email@example.com le 22/08/2014 à 10:00
George Wyth remains popular destination for anyone who enjoys the outdoors
par DENNIS MAGEE firstname.lastname@example.org le 21/08/2014 à 8:00
WCP holds title as Iowa's oldest community theater
par MELODY PARKER email@example.com le 18/08/2014 à 10:00
Annual Cedar Valley Pridefest celebrates diversity
par HOLLY HUDSON firstname.lastname@example.org le 15/08/2014 à 10:00
par HOLLY HUDSON email@example.com le 15/08/2014 à 2:00
The Waterloo Black Hawks
par JIM NELSON firstname.lastname@example.org le 13/08/2014 à 10:00
Illustrator Gary Kelley gains international acclaim
par MELODY PARKER email@example.com le 12/08/2014 à 8:00
Church bells ring daily in downtown Waterloo
par NANCY NEWHOFF firstname.lastname@example.org le 11/08/2014 à 10:00
Fourth Street pedestrian bridge signifies downtown Waterloo
par TIM JAMISON email@example.com le 08/08/2014 à 10:00
My Waterloo Days packs downtown for three decades
par SARAH HADLEY firstname.lastname@example.org le 08/08/2014 à 12:00
Arboretum hidden gem in Cedar Valley
par MELODY PARKER email@example.com le 04/08/2014 à 10:00