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Sandy Boyd

Editorial: A giant passes

Former University of Iowa President Willard “Sandy” Boyd passed away in December at the age of 95. Words like “giant” and “legend” are bandied about...
Renewable energy committees

Editorial: Duane Arnold saga continues

Nothing is simple or easy when it comes to utilities’ energy decisions. Utility executives have to manage energy generation decisions with complex political, environmental and...
Kim Casko

Editorial: Iowa City’s evolving chamber

Twenty years ago the idea of merging the Iowa City Area Chamber of Commerce and the Iowa City Area Development Corporation (ICAD) would have...
Kirkwood aviation

Editorial: Eastern Iowa Airport, Kirkwood aviation program a great match

Two of the Corridor’s most important institutions came together to create another regional win-win. The Eastern Iowa Airport and Kirkwood Community College have created...

Editorial: A much needed UIHC audit

The first step in a treatment plan is to acknowledge that you have a problem. The University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics (UIHC) has...

Editorial: Economy continues to confuse

There are myriad economic indicators that business leaders gauge to help them thoughtfully navigate an uncertain economy. Unfortunately, these indicators continue to confuse rather...

Editorial: Two heavyweights depart

Carroll Reasoner recently retired as University of Iowa vice president for legal affairs and general counsel, and Les Garner, the president and CEO of...
nuclear power

Editorial: Missing nuclear power in Iowa 

It is noteworthy to point out that Germany and California are now desperately trying to keep their remaining nuclear power plants from going offline...
Randy Ramlo

Editorial: Randy Ramlo’s well-deserved retirement

The United Fire Group (UFG) is somewhat of a throwback company. Instead of a faceless publicly traded company — like so many become when...
Prospect Meadows

Editorial: Prospect Meadows’ big impact

The iconic Field of Dreams in Dyersville might get most of the attention, but a similar if-you-build-it-in-a-cornfield-they-will-come story is happening north of Marion with...

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