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Waterloo superintendent 'surprised by the imbalance' of public school advocates at Betsy DeVos' Iowa meeting

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DES MOINES — Pitching her proposal to fund scholarships for private school and home-schooled students, federal education secretary Betsy De… Read more

PHOTOS: Ice jams impact Cottage Row, major flooding continues in Cedar Falls

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CEDAR FALLS — As ice began to break apart and shove into houses along Cottage Row in Cedar Falls, resident Garret Grant sent a drone up Sat… Read more

Loaded gun found among Goodwill donations in Waterloo

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WATERLOO -- A loaded 9-shot handgun was found wrapped in a shirt among materials donated to a thrift store on Sunday. Read more

Parts of missing Janesville bridge found (PHOTOS)

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JANESVILLE – After being washed away by ice and high water Saturday, portions of the Green Mill Bridge have been located. Read more

UPDATE: Colesburg man said he would 'blow up' Sumner grade school

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SUMNER -- A Delaware County man was arrested after police say he called an elementary school in Sumner and said he would "blow it up." Read more

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Escaped wallaby goes on walkabout in Dallas and more of this week's weirdest news

A look at the stranger side of news from the past week. Read more

Cedar Valley neighbors: Obituaries published today

Read through the obituaries published today on wcfcourier.com. Read more

Today's Birthdays, March 23: Rex Tillerson

Today is Saturday, March 23. Read more