WATERLOO -- Guests have been announced for the latest episode of the city of Waterloo's current affairs program, "Heart for the City."
The monthly Waterloo Public Access TV program hosted by Mayor Quentin Hart and available for view on YouTube features the following guests in January: Tavis Hall, executive director of Experience Waterloo; Rich Frevert, executive director of the Waterloo/Cedar Falls Symphony; Jason Weinberger, Pauline Barrett artistic director and conductor of the symphony; and Steve Schmitt, former At-Large City Council member.
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This episode will air in Waterloo on WGAT 15 or 79.2 Fridays and Saturdays at 6:30, 8:30 and 11:00 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30 and 6:30 a.m. Past episodes can be accessed on YouTube, through links on the city's website.
Remembering those we lost in 2019
Remembering those we lost in the Cedar Valley in 2019
From sports icons to community leaders and from a Waterloo-born Hollywood actress to one of our own former editors, The Courier remembers local legends who have passed on in 2019.
FAYETTE — A New Jersey financier who donated millions of dollars to the city of Fayette and Upper Iowa University has died.
WAUKON — Steve Moon will never forget the night his Denver High girls’ basketball team defeated Gene Klinge’s West Central powerhouse in the 1…
OSAGE — City Councilman Kurt Elliott, who died Feb. 14 at home, is being remembered for his kindness and generosity, as well as his common-sen…
WATERLOO — Deb Berry had been volunteering at local radio station KBBG for about six months in 1995 when she “got bored,” she said. She asked …
NASHUA — The longest-serving member of Hawkeye Community College’s board of trustees has died.
CEDAR FALLS — A former Courier opinion page editor died Saturday after an accident at home.
WATERLOO — Carl Boyd underestimated Robert “Bob” Kincaid just once, and once was all it took.
WATERLOO — Former KWWL executive Bill Bolster, who went on to head CNBC and CNBC International, died Thursday following a nearly year-long bat…
Dave Quint, president and chief executive officer of Advanced Systems, died early Thursday morning at MercyOne Waterloo Medical Center.
Barbara Brown, 77, credited with bringing artwork throughout Cedar Falls, has passed away.
Former Wartburg College three-time all-American Kenny Anderson died unexpectedly Sunday in New Orleans at the age of 29.