The IowaWatch Connection

logo_with-iainsurancedivThe IowaWatch Connection, a statewide audience engagement program, is produced with underwriting support from the Iowa Insurance Division and its Iowa Fraud Fighters program. It was launched as a pilot with a $25,000 John S. and James L. Knight Foundation grant awarded through the Investigative News Network (now the Institute for Nonprofit News).

The program includes a weekly, statewide news and public affairs radio program that airs on participating stations across Iowa.

Jeff Stein, host and producer of the IowaWatch Connection radio program

Jeff Stein, host and producer of the IowaWatch Connection radio program

Jeff Stein, executive director of the Iowa Broadcast News Association and a noted Iowa broadcast historian, hosts and produces the program on a network of stations across the state. The program premiered July 5-6, 2014.

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IOWAWATCH CONNECTION FORUMS

IowaWatch has hosted public forums in various parts of the state to explore issues that have impact on Iowans. The first such forum, Critical Decisions about Elder Care, was held April 29, 2014, in Des Moines. A second forum, featuring the documentary Breaking the Cycle: Meth Addiction In The Heartland was held July 1, 2014, in Council Bluffs to discuss the effect of methamphetamine addiction on Iowa families. Subsequent forums on the Breaking the Cycle documentary were held Nov. 19, 2014, in Des Moines and Nov. 20, 2014, in Iowa City. A forum on how to keep young talent in Iowa was held on May 12, 2015, in Waterloo with The Courier newspaper, and on July 22, 2015, in Coralville with the Corridor Business Journal. A forum that explored whether or not boundaries should exist for free speech was held in Iowa City on May 2, 2016, with KGAN-TV CBS2 and the Iowa City Press-Citizen.

Check here for updates about the IowaWatch Connection.

COVERAGE MAP OF THE IOWAWATCH CONNECTION

The IowaWatch Connection airs on 19 radio stations covering Iowa, reaching listeners across the state and parts of Iowa’s seven neighboring states. Additionally, an Illinois high school station, WLTL-FM, is airing the program as a teaching tool for students and to help fulfill its public service responsibility.

The IowaWatch Connection airs on 19 stations that cover Iowa and a 20th station in Illinois. This image shows the stations' combined coverage areas.

The IowaWatch Connection airs on 19 stations that cover Iowa and a 20th station in Illinois. This image shows the stations’ combined coverage areas.

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KVFD-AM, Fort Dodge — Fridays at 10 a.m.
KROS-AM, Clinton — Fridays at 5:30 p.m and Saturdays at 5:30 a.m.
KROS-FM, Clinton — Fridays at 5:30 p.m. and Saturdays at 5:30 a.m.
KALA-FM, Davenport — Fridays at 10:30 p.m.
WMT-AM, Cedar Rapids — Saturdays at 5 a.m; and Sundays at 4 a.m. and 10:30 p.m.
KOIL, Omaha — Saturdays at 5:30 a.m.
KSIB-FM, Creston — Saturdays at 6 a.m.
KXEL-AM, Waterloo/Cedar Falls — Saturdays at 6 a.m. and Sundays at 11 a.m.
WHO-AM, Des Moines — Sundays at 5:30 a.m.
KRTI-FM, Newton/Grinnell — Sundays at 5:30 a.m.
KCYZ-FM, Ames — Sundays at 6 a.m.
KSCJ-AM, Sioux City — Sundays at 6:30 a.m.
KSCJ-FM, Sioux City — Sundays at 6:30 a.m.
KMA-AM, Shenandoah — Sundays at 6:35 a.m. and 9:35 a.m.
KMA-FM, Clarinda — Sundays at 6:35 a.m. and 9:35 a.m.
KGLO-AM, Mason City — Sundays at 7:06 a.m.
WLTL-FM, LaGrange (IL) — Sundays at 7:30 a.m. during the school year.
KASI-AM, Ames — Sundays at 8:30 a.m.
KXIC-AM, Iowa City — Sundays at 8:30 a.m.
KFJB-AM, Marshalltown — Sundays at 10:30 a.m.

RECENT EPISODES

Topics covered include farm safety and safety regulations, the stigma of depression among college students and coverage of the political climate in Iowa.

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145
April 7-9, 2017
Verne Marshall and his Gazette, Revisited — He exposed corruption and helped his newspaper win a Pulitzer Prize in the 1930s…but how this Iowan did it was anything but ordinary.
Categories: Government, Center News
Guests:

  • Zack Kucharski, editor, The Gazette/Cedar Rapids
  • Jerry Harrington, author/Iowa City
  • Lyle Muller/Iowa Watch
144
March 31-April 2, 2017
The Difficulty Of Investigative Reporting — The craft of journalism has never been easy. How to address the challenge of reporting for the public’s benefit?
Categories: Education, Center News
Guests:

  • Stephen Berry/IowaWatch
  • Lyle Muller/Iowa Watch
143
March 24-26, 2017
A Look At The Career Of Dean Borg, Revisited — After practicing radio and television journalism in Iowa for parts of seven decades, Dean Borg retired in January 2017 as host of Iowa Public Television’s “Iowa Press” series.
Categories: Education, Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Dean Borg, journalist/Mount Vernon
  • David Yepsen, journalist/Des Moines
  • Lyle Muller/Iowa Watch
142
March 17-19, 2017
Crisis in our Wells: An IowaWatch Investigation — If you get your water from a private well there are hazards…but for many, it’s not an issue. The results of an IowaWatch investigation on Well Water Quality are presented.
Categories: Health and Environment
Guests:

  • Jenny and Craig Melvin, Farragut, Iowa
  • Bob Libra, Iowa state geologist/Des Moines
  • Russ Tell, senior environmental specialist, Iowa Dept. of Natural Resources/Des Moines
  • Terri Daringer, Shelby County (IA) environmental health director
  • Joan Michels, Earling, Iowa
  • Sherry Storjohann, Crawford and Carroll counties’ environmental health specialist
  • Lauren Mills Shotwell, reporter/Iowa City
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
141
March 10-12, 2017
Terry Branstad’s Legacy Revisited — The longest-serving governor in American history will step down soon to become the U.S. Ambassador to China after President Donald Trump’s nomination of him to the post is confirmed. Some of the many people who know him and his work comment.
Categories: Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Gov. Terry Branstad, R-Iowa
  • Mike Ralston, Iowa Association of Business and Industry/Des Moines
  • James Lynch, political reporter, The Gazette/Cedar Rapids
  • Jennifer Jacobs, Bloomberg Politics/Washington, D.C.
  • Adam Mason, Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement/Des Moines
  • Steve Dust, Greater Cedar Valley Alliance & Chamber/Waterloo
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
140
March 3-5, 2017
Reporter’s Notebook Revisited — In-depth reporting on health and government topics requires a large investment of resources and time by journalists. How some of those stories make it into print and on the air may surprise you.
Categories: Center News
Guests:

  • Tony Leys, The Des Moines Register
  • Lee Hermiston, The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, IA)
  • Chelsea Keenan, The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, IA)
  • Brittany Robb/IowaWatch
  • Thomas Nelson/IowaWatch
139
Feb 24-26, 2017
Lobbying our Lawmakers — State legislators get pulled in many directions by those who wish to have their favorite policies put into law
Categories: Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Steve Dust, Greater Cedar Valley Alliance and Chamber/Waterloo
  • State Rep. Ashley Hinson (R-Marion)
  • State Sen. Rob Hogg (D-Cedar Rapids)
  • Anthony Carroll, AARP Iowa/Des Moines
138
Feb 17-19, 2017
Job Market 2017 — They’ll leave college with far more debt than their parents…but will jobs be there for them?
Categories: Business and Consumer Affairs, Education
Guests:

  • Debra Hodges-Harmon, Iowa Workforce Development/Waterloo
  • Connor Keenan, Iowa State University student
  • Celeste Welshons, Iowa State University student
  • Donya Harvey, Americorps VISTA/Des Moines
  • Chandler Faldet, business owner/Ankeny
  • Jim Scieszinski, Iowa State University student
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
137
Feb 10-12, 2017
Legislative Update — The Iowa Legislature is less than a month away from the first deadline limiting bills that can be passed this session. What surprises have lawmakers found so far as new members took their seats, and old members had to re-examine their roles?
Categories: Government and Politics
Guests:

  • State Rep. Bruce Bearinger (D-Oelwein)
  • State Rep. Clel Baudler (R-Greenfield)
  • State Rep. Charles Isenhart (D-Dubuque)
  • State Sen. Daniel Zumbach (R-Ryan)
  • State Sen. Jeff Danielson (D-Cedar Falls)
  • Tammy Wawro, president, Iowa State Education Association/Cedar Rapids
  • Joe Gorton, president, United Faculty/Cedar Falls
  • Ed Tibbetts, Quad-City Times/Davenport
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
136
Feb 3-5, 2017
Water Quality Revisted — You might want to know what goes into your drinking water supply upstream if your city treats river water.
Categories: Environment, Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Dana Kolpin, U.S. Geological Survey
  • Rich Oswald, superintendent of the East River Station/Davenport, Iowa
  • State Sen. Rob Hogg, D-Cedar Rapids
  • Brittany Robb/IowaWatch
135
January 27-29, 2017
Teaching shortage — Iowa is facing a teacher shortage…why is that, and how are schools and universities dealing with the challenge?
Categories: Education, Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Bev Smith, associate superintendent, Waterloo Community Schools/Waterloo
  • Mark Nook, president, University of Northern Iowa/Cedar Falls
  • Tammy Wawro, president, Iowa State Education Association/Cedar Rapids
  • Jill Uhlenberg, dean of the department of curriculum and instruction, University of Northern Iowa/Cedar Falls
  • Nancy Langguth, associate dean, college of education, University of Iowa/Iowa City
134
January 20-22, 2017
Homeless Veterans in Iowa Revisited — They’ve served our country, but many veterans fight a different battle once they return home.
Categories: Government and Politics, Economy and Employment
Guests:

  • Jarome Thompson, veteran/Marion
  • Sarah Oliver, VA/Iowa City
  • Christie Adamson, Humilty of Mary Shelter/Davenport
  • David Turnbow, veteran/Iowa City
  • Michael Washington, veteran/Davenport
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
  • Thomas Nelson/IowaWatch
133
January 13-15, 2017
The Crusading Editor Verne Marshall And His War On Corruption in 1930s Iowa — He exposed corruption and helped his newspaper win a Pulitzer Prize in the 1930s. But how one-time Cedar Rapids Gazette Editor Verne Marshall did it was anything but ordinary. Listen to the IowaWatch Connection podcast.
Categories: Criminal Justice
Guests:

  • Zack Kucharski, editor, The Gazette/Cedar Rapids
  • Jerry Harrington, author/Iowa City
  • Lyle Muller/Iowa Watch
132
January 6-8, 2017
A Look At The Career Of Dean Borg — After practicing radio and television journalism in Iowa for parts of seven decades, Dean Borg is retiring as host of Iowa Public Television’s “Iowa Press” series.
Categories: Education, Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Dean Borg, journalist/Mount Vernon
  • David Yepsen, journalist/Des Moines
  • Lyle Muller/Iowa Watch
131
December 30, 2016-January 1, 2017
The Year In Review At IowaWatch — A review of the most popular stories covered by the Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism-IowaWatch in 2016, including stories on campus free speech, legislation regarding medication to treat drug overdoses and the Americans with Disabilities Act and Iowa’s public schools.
Categories: Center News
Guests:

  • Lyle Muller/Iowa Watch
130
December 23-25, 2016
Jobs Over Age 50 Revisited — It was the holiday weekend so we repeated a report on people over the age of 50 trying to get new jobs.
Categories: Business and Consumer Affairs
Guests:

  • Kim Wright Jones, former AIB softball coach/Des Moines
  • Brian Kaskie, associate professor of health management & policy, University of Iowa/Iowa City
  • Lin Phillips, counselor and coach, Career and Life Transition Counseling/Des Moines
  • Kathleen Watson, business consultant/Cedar Rapids
  • Aaron Lamar Doolin, job seeker/Cedar Rapids
  • Abbie Olson, director of recruiting and hiring, Hy-Vee/Johnston
  • Carlos Vega, operations manager, Iowa Workforce Development/Cedar Rapids
  • Lyle Muller/Iowa Watch
129
December 16-18, 2016
Democratic Legislative Preview — Democrats will be in the minority in both chambers of the Iowa Legislature. What are their plans for the 2017 session?
Categories: Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Ras Smith, representative-elect, D-Waterloo
  • State Sen. Joe Bolcom, D-Iowa City
  • Senate Majority Leader Rob Hogg, D-Cedar Rapids
  • James Lynch, political reporter, The Gazette/Cedar Rapids
128
December 9-11, 2016
The Branstad Legacy — The longest-serving governor in American history will step down in 2017 to become the U.S. Ambassador to China after President-elect Donald Trump’s nomination of him to the post is confirmed. Some of the many people who know him and his work comment.
Categories: Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Gov. Terry Branstad, R-Iowa
  • Mike Ralston, Iowa Association of Business and Industry/Des Moines
  • James Lynch, political reporter, The Gazette/Cedar Rapids
  • Jennifer Jacobs, Bloomberg Politics/Washington, D.C.
  • Adam Mason, Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement/Des Moines
  • Steve Dust, Greater Cedar Valley Alliance & Chamber/Waterloo
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
127
December 2-4, 2016
GOP Legislative Preview — When the Iowa legislature gavels into session in January, Republicans will make up the majority in both the house and senate. We speak with the Senate Majority Leader and the Speaker of the House to learn their plans.
Categories: Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Ed Tibbetts, Quad-City Times/Davenport
  • Sen. Bill Dix, R-Shell Rock
  • Rep. Linda Upmeyer, R-Clear Lake
126
November 25-27, 2016
ADA and School Compliance Revisited — The federal Americans with Disabilities Act is intended to help people access public facilities…but an IowaWatch investigation shows most of our schools are not in compliance with the law.
Categories: Education, Health and Environment, Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Tara Thomas, Waterloo Community Schools/Waterloo
  • Cael Rudkin, student/State Center
  • Joey Rudkin, parent/State Center
  • Hannah Soyer/IowaWatch
125
November 18-20, 2016
Reporter’s Notebook — In-depth reporting on health and government topics requires a large investment of resources and time by journalists. How some of those stories make it in print and on the air may surprise you.
Categories: Education
Guests:

  • Tony Leys, The Des Moines Register/Des Moines
  • Lee Hermiston, The Gazette/Cedar Rapids
  • Chelsea Keenan, The Gazette/Cedar Rapids
  • Brittany Robb/IowaWatch
  • Thomas Nelson/IowaWatch
124
November 11-13, 2016
Election 2016 Review — Iowa voters have spoken…loudly. What will the change in control of the Iowa Senate mean for public policy in Iowa?
Categories: Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Jennifer Jacobs, Bloomberg Politics/Washington, D.C.
  • Christopher Larimer, UNI political science professor/Cedar Falls
  • Douglas Oehler, voter/Storm Lake
  • Yoana Rodriguez, voter/Storm Lake
  • Jodi Tish, voter/Storm Lake
  • Jessica Sly, voter/Storm Lake
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
123
November 4-6, 2016
The IowaWatch Connection Election 2016 Preview — Iowa voters get their ultimate chance to speak at the polls Tuesday. We previewed the 2016 presidential election one last time.
Categories: Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Todd Dorman, The Gazette/Cedar Rapids
  • Kathryn Hove, voter/Solon
  • Kaitlyn Gross, voter/Ames
  • Dan Blum, voter/Coralville
  • Ed Raber, voter/Washington
  • Topiz Martinez, voter/Storm Lake
  • Jim Bohannon, syndicated radio host/Washington, D.C.
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
122
October 28-30, 2016
A Pulitzer for Editorials Revisited — A good editorial talks with the community, noted Pulitzer Prize-winning Iowa journalism Michael Gartner says. We conclude our series of programs on Iowa Pulitzer Prize winners.
Categories: Education
Guests:

  • Michael Gartner, Iowa Cubs president and veteran journalist, Pulitzer Prize winner for editorial writing
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
121
October 21-23, 2016
The Voices of Tired Voters — With Election day less than a month away were Iowa voters sick of the whole thing, given the length and tone of the campaign?
Categories: Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Frank Mensah, voter/Coralville
  • Steve Reed, voter/Carlisle
  • Topiz Martinez, voter/Storm Lake
  • Celia Knofflock, voter/Storm Lake
  • Caroline Tolbert, professor of political science/University of Iowa
  • Ed Raber, voter/Washington (IA)
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
120
October 14-16, 2016
Homeless Veterans in Iowa — They’ve served our country, but many veterans fight a different battle once they return home.
Categories: Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Jarome Thompson, veteran/Marion
  • Sarah Oliver, VA/Davenport and Rock Island, IL
  • Christie Adamson, Humilty of Mary Shelter/Davenport
  • David Turnbow, veteran/Iowa City
  • Michael Washington, veteran/Davenport
  • Thomas Nelson/IowaWatch
119
October 7-9, 2016
Dark Money in Politics Revisited — A month until Election Day we asked: How much money is enough to win a U.S. Senate race? A lot–up front, but also behind the scenes with what is called dark money.
Categories: Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Robert Maguire, political nonprofits editor/OpenSecrets.org
  • Rebecca Morin, Politico reporter and former editor of the Daily Iowan Ethics & Politics Initiative
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
118
September 30-October 2, 2016
Water Quality in Iowa Cities — You might want to know what goes into your drinking water supply upstream if your city treats river water.
Categories: Health and Environment, Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Dana Kolpin, U.S. Geological Survey
  • Rich Oswald, superintendent of the East River Station/Davenport, Iowa
  • Iowa state Sen. Rob Hogg, D-Cedar Rapids
  • Brittany Robb/IowaWatch
117
September 23 – 25
Heroin in the Heartland Revisited — It was a drug that was popular in the 70s, and its resurgence today is called an epidemic by some.
Categories: Health and Environment, Criminal Justice
Guests:

  • Kevin Techau, U.S. Attorney, Northern District of Iowa/Cedar Rapids
  • Al Fear, Eastern Iowa Heroin Initiative Coordinator/Cedar Rapids
  • Lori Peter, mother of heroin user/Cascade
  • Lee Hermiston, The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, IA) reporter
116
September 16-18, 2016
Pesticide Hazards Revisited — The pesticides we use harm more than their intended target. We can be at risk to health problems, too, if we mishandle the chemicals.
Categories: Agriculture, Health and Environment
Guests:

  • Chad Ingels, Farmer/Randalia
  • Charles Lynch, professor, UI College of Public Health Department of Epidemiology, and Principal Investigator of the State Health Registry of Iowa/Iowa Cancer Registry/Iowa City
  • Kamyar Enshayan, Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Education, University of Northern Iowa/Cedar Falls
  • Gretchen Paluch, Pesticide Bureau Chief, Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship/Des Moines
  • Mark Quee, farm manager, Scatergood Friends School/West Branch
  • Kent Boyum, member of the Iowa Organics Association Board of Directors, director of economic development and government relations for Maharishi Vedic City
  • Lauren Mills/IowaWatch
115
September 9-11, 2016
The Moment of Rescue, Part 2 Revisited — The rest of the story unfolds on how Des Moines Register photographers captured iconic photos of a dramatic rescue at a Des Moines dam in 2009, resulted in a Pulitzer Prize for one of them.
Categories: Business and Consumer Affairs
Guests:

  • Mary Chind Willie, former Des Moines Register photographer
  • Andrea Melendez, former Des Moines Register photographer
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
114
September 2-4, 2016
The Moment of Rescue, Part 1 Revisited — A dramatic rescue at a Des Moines dam in 2009 resulted in a Pulitzer Prize for a Des Moines Register photographer. But there’s more to the story.
Categories: Business and Consumer Affairs
Guests:

  • Mary Chind Willie, former Des Moines Register photographer
  • Andrea Melendez, former Des Moines Register photographer
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
113
August 26-28, 2016
ADA and School Compliance — The federal Americans with Disabilities Act is intended to help people access public facilities, but an Iowa Watch investigation shows most of our schools are not in compliance with the law.
Categories: Education
Guests:

  • Tara Thomas, Waterloo Community Schools/Waterloo
  • Cael Rudkin, student/State Center
  • Joey Rudkin, parent/State Center
  • Hannah Soyer/IowaWatch
112
August 19-21, 2016
Iowa’s Business and Economic Climate Revisited — Iowa’s economy is a mixed bag. The agricultural sector is in a slump and gaps exist in worker training and skill sets, but other elements are on the rise.
Categories: Economy and Employment, Business and Consumer Affairs
Guests:

  • Gov. Terry Branstad (R-Iowa)/Des Moines
  • Mike Ralston, Iowa Association of Business & Industry/Des Moines
  • Steve Dust, Greater Cedar Valley Alliance & Chamber/Waterloo
  • Dave DeVault, John Deere Waterloo Works/Waterloo
  • Michael Libbie, “Insight on Business”/Des Moines
111
August 12-14, 2016
Challenges Facing Iowa Seniors Revisited — Iowa’s senior citizens face a number of challenges, from resisting those who want to take advantage of them to making proper plans for passing down the family farm or planning for long term care.
Categories: Business and Consumer Affairs
Guests:

  • Nick Gerhart, Iowa Insurance Commissioner/Des Moines
  • Mary Muehl, AARP Iowa/Des Moines
  • Greg Kenyon, attorney/Des Moines
110
August 5-7, 2016
Campus Free Speech Revisited — College traditionally is considered a place where open speech and expression are learning tools, taking students deeper into issues. But does a line exist where speech on campus goes too far?
Categories: Education
Guests:

  • Hansen Bretling, UNI student government diversity director/Cedar Falls
  • Carter Yerkes, UI student government communications and marketing liaison/Iowa City
  • Miranda Pollock, BVU assistant professor of graphic design/Storm Lake
  • Dr. James Hampton, BVU professor of biology/Storm Lake
  • Gene Policinski, Newseum Institute/Washington, D.C.
  • Nicholas Fisher, editor, Northern Iowa newspaper/Cedar Falls
  • Sam Gill, vice president for learning and impact with the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
  • Lyle Muller/Iowa Watch
109
July 29-31, 2016
A Pulitzer for Editorials — A good editorial talks with the community, noted Pulitzer Prize-winning Iowa journalism Michael Gartner says. We conclude our series of programs on Iowa Pulitzer Prize winners.
Categories: Education, Center News
Guests:

  • Michael Gartner, Iowa Cubs president and veteran journalist, Pulitzer Prize winner for editorial writing
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
108
July 22-24, 2016
Dark Money in Politics — How much money is enough to win a U.S. Senate race? A lot — up front, but also behind the scenes with what is called dark money.
Categories: Government and Politics
Guests:

  • Robert Maguire, political nonprofits editor/OpenSecrets.org
  • Rebecca Morin, reporter/Daily Iowan Ethics & Politics Initiative
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
107
July 15-17, 2016
Climate Change Education — We take a look at how the issue of climate change is taught and viewed by high school students and teachers. It’s a special project, our first working with high school journalists.
Categories: Education, Health and Environment
Guests:

  • Lynn Griffin, science teacher/Cedar Falls
  • Sarah Gao, senior/Cedar Falls
  • Brennan Kohls, junior/Cedar Falls
  • Brad Baker, chemistry teacher/Cedar Falls
  • Kamyar Enshayan, UNI Center for Energy and Environmental Education/Cedar Falls
  • Olivia Martin, journalist/Cedar Falls
  • Tana Gahm-Ad, journalist/Cedar Falls
  • Sarah Stortz, journalist/Cedar Falls
  • Lyle Muller/IowaWatch

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