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Courier Reporter Tim Jamison's most memorable stories of 2019

Courier Reporter Tim Jamison's most memorable stories of 2019

From the Our memorable stories of 2019 series
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It wasn't always the most important news of the day that stood out to me this year. For the most part, these stories were the ones that reminded me that newspapers play an important role in informing and connecting our community.

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Events, like stars, can at times align just enough for you to glimpse your destiny. If you’re lucky, that sneak peek is the critical break you need for success; if you’re unlucky, the starry view spins off into the universe unseen.

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Waterloo City Council members will hold a public hearing Monday on a budget boosting property taxes by 6.7 percent, but Mayor Quentin Hart believes the final tax rate will be much lower when the budget is adopted March 19.

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That estimate, announced in mid-April by the University of Missouri’s Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute, was calculated before several Midwestern hog and cattle slaughtering plants began a series of rolling shutdowns to clean their facilities and clean up their acts.

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