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Trades unemployment surpasses 50 percent

by Tim Kenyon CEDAR RAPIDS  - Unemployment ranging from 25 percent to more than 50 percent is an uncommon thing to hear about in the...

Cedar Rapids chamber rebranding under way

by Tim Kenyon LINN COUNTY - An occasional makeover helps to refresh an organization’s marketing and attract new interest.    That’s the hope of the Cedar...

Economic expert: ‘We’re going to slog along for awhile’

by Gigi Wood IOWA CITY - The recession is over, but it will be a longer recovery than usual. Typically, either a recession or depression takes...

Bankers split on Move Your Money initiative’s benefits

by Gigi Wood and Tim Kenyon CORRIDOR - Whether bank customers are actually moving their money locally is unknown. What is clear is many Americans, including...

Prescription for change

 by Gigi Wood IOWA CITY - A plan will now be drafted for proposed changes to the southeast side of Iowa City. City staff has met...

Expert: Employees, employers key to health reform

 by Gigi Wood IOWA CITY - It comes down to the individual and employer. True health care reform will not come from the federal government, it...

Chugging along

by Tim Kenyon IOWA - The Iowa Northern and Cedar Rapids and Iowa City Railway Co. (CRANDIC) rail lines are eager for better times after...

Church site again subject of discussion among residents and council

By Gigi Wood About 50 residents of University Heights, a town of about 1,000 people west of Iowa City, gathered Jan. 26 to discuss their...

Planning and zoning commission rejects development

By Gigi Wood The University Heights planning and zoning commission voted last week to reject the recommendation of a proposed mixed-use development. The vote was 3-2...

Planning and zoning commission rejects development

By Gigi Wood The University Heights planning and zoning commission voted last week to reject the recommendation of a proposed mixed-use development. The vote was 3-2...

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