Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz says it's time for Voter ID in Iowa. This month the Secretary of State's Office has uncovered uncovered nine more potential cases of voter fraud. Schultz says "Every vote can make a difference and Iowans expect nothing less than fair and honest elections.
Muscatine Native Sarah Lacina will appear as a contestant on the upcoming season of CBS's Survivor. Former Portland Trailblazer Cliff Robinson is also in the cast.
When it comes to some items, “price” and “taste” drive most purchasing decisions of Iowa grocery shoppers. Nearly 8 in 10 Iowa grocery shoppers cited price and taste among the most important factors to them when buying meat, poultry and dairy products. That’s according to new research from the Iowa Farm Bureau Food and Farm Index. The survey also showed the next most important considerations for Iowa grocery shoppers are “food safety” and “nutrition.” Iowa adults who have primary or shared responsibility for household grocery shopping were surveyed.
Tonight at Musser Public Library, Trinity Muscatine will host an education meeting from 5-7:00pm covering the Health Insurance Marketplace that is now open.
The Flickenger Learning Center will host their annual Trivia Night at the Rendezvous on Lucas St on February 22nd. Team registration is open now. Call Trista at: 299-9122 to register your team.
Gregory Hines, a Muscatine Chiropractor has entered into a settlement offer with the Iowa Board of Chiropratic that resulted in Hines surrendering his Chiropractic license. Charges were filed against Hines last November, with a hearing date set for this month. Hines is not allowed to practice Chiropractic medicine, use the title Chiropractor, imply to the public he is a Chiropractor in anyway. Hines may not apply for reinstatement for at least one year.