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CRIME-HUNTING WITHOUT A LICENSEUI WRESTLER ILLEGALLY SHOT DUCK, POLICE SAYPC10/08/20133A
POWER OUTAGESSTORM KNOCKS OUT POWER FOR THOUSANDS OF COUNTYPC09/20/20132A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-DIRECTORSUAY'S SWAIM CALLED PIONEERPC07/06/20133A
CORALVILLE DAM-OUTFLOW'DID WE HAVE TO HAVE A FLOOD?'PC06/17/20131A
FLOODING-SOUTH SIDEMOBILE HOME PARKS, SOUTH-SIDE BUSINESS READY FORPC06/04/20135A
FLOODING-BUYOUTSAFTER 2008, NEARLY 160 HOMES WERE REMOVED FROM FLOPC06/01/20137A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-PRINCIPALSA FORTUITOUS OPPORTUNITYPC05/20/20131A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-PRINCIPALSPRINCIPAL EMBRACES 'THE WEIRDNESS OF JUNIOR HIGH'PC05/06/20133A
ROUTE 6-HISTORICAL MARKERSGROUP WANTS TO MARK HISTORICAL ROUTE 6 THROUGHPC04/23/20133A
FOOTBALL-YOUTH TEAMSSUPPORT REMAINS STRONG FOR AREA YOUTH TACKLE FOOTBPC04/12/20131A
RED ZONE YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUETACKLE FOOTBALL: IS IT TOO TOUGH FOR YOUNGSTERS?PC04/10/20131A
RESTAURANTS-OUTDOOR SEATINGTAKING IT TO THE STREETPC03/08/20131A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIMECRIME ALARMS CASEY'S LAWYERPC03/08/20133A
GROUT, VYRLE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC03/08/20134A
DEATHS-GROUT, VYRLEDEATHSPC03/08/20134A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-ACCESS TO BOOKSBRINGING BOOKS TO THE PEOPLEDI01/31/2013 View1A
DEATHS-STOUT, RUTHDEATHSPC01/10/20134A
STOUT, RUTH-OBITUARYDEATHSPC01/10/20134A
VOTING-TURNOUTCOUNTY VOTING NUMBERS HIGHER THAN 2008DI11/07/2012 View2A
BOY SCOUTS-ABUSE75 ALLEGED SCOUT ABUSERS WITH IOWA TIES REVEALEDPC10/19/20121A
BUS ROUTES-CHANGES FOR STUDENTSROUTES ALTERED TO HELP OUT STUDENTSPC09/10/20121A
FLOODING-BUYOUTSIOWA CITY FLOOD BUYOUTS TO ENDDI08/24/2012 View2A
YOUTH ADVISORY COMMISSIONCOUNCIL ENDS YOUTH PANELDI08/22/2012 View2A
YOUTH ADVISORY COMMISSIONCITY MAY NIX YOUTH PANELDI08/21/2012 View1A
DEATHS-GROUT, RUSSELLDEATHSPC08/07/20124A
GROUT, RUSSELL-OBITUARYDEATHSPC08/07/20124A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-COMPOSTING TEAMSTUDENTS COMPOST THEIR WAY TO NATIONAL HONORPC06/10/20121A
MAYOR’S YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM-FUNDINGBOARD TRIMS MYEP FUNDINGPC05/04/20121A
STOUT, BEVERLY-OBITUARYDEATHSPC03/30/20124A
DEATHS-STOUT, BEVERLYDEATHSPC03/30/20124A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHMEET: KYLIE BUDDINPC03/29/20123G
SOUTHEAST SIDE-BIASMEETING EYES BIASDI03/19/2012 View5A
CRIME-PRACTICING WITHOUT A LICENSEMASSAGE THERAPIST FACES CHARGESPC03/15/20123A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-SCHOOL OF THE ARTSPROGRAM LETS KIDS EXPLORE VARIETY OF ARTSPC02/07/20123A
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: DINE OUT FOR EDUCATIONRESTAURANTS STEP UP SUPPORT FOR SCHOOLSPC12/17/20113A
DEATHS-OATHOUT, CAROLINEDEATHSPC12/10/20114A
OATHOUT, CAROLINE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC12/10/20114A
OUTBOXINBOX ADDS OUTBOX WITH 'UPSCALE RESALE'PC12/03/20113A
POTTY MOUTHSFROM BATH(ROOM) TO VERSEDI11/30/2011 View1A
OUTBOXWHAT'S 'OUT' COULD BE INDI11/15/2011 View5A
VOTING-TURNOUTTURNOUT WAS FOURTH LOWEST IN 30 YEARSPC11/09/20117A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHGROUPS JOIN FORCES TO PLANT TREESPC10/15/20113A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-PUBLIC LIBRARY SATELLITESOUTHEAST I.C. LIBRARY SATELLITE SITE TO OPENPC09/24/20113A
SCHOOL DISTRICT-DROPOUT RATEBOARD MULLS DROPOUT RATEDI09/13/2011 View5A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-DOCUMENARY FILMSFILM ABOUT S.E. IOWA CITY TO BE SHOWNPC08/25/20113A
MISS IOWA'S OUTSTANDING TEEN PAGEANTTEEN GOING FOR CROWNPC08/08/20113A
NATIONAL NIGHT OUTNEIGHBORS GATHER FOR NIGHT OUT EVENTSPC08/03/20113A
OUT-OF-STATE WORKERS-DEMONSTRATIONSOUT-OF-STATE WORKERS SPARK IREDI07/28/2011 View1A
NATIONAL NIGHT OUTNATIONAL NIGHT OUT PARTIES PLANNEDPC07/28/20113A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-PROGRAM DIRECTORSJACOBY STEPS INTO NEW ROLEPC07/25/20113A
YOUTH FITNESS OPPORTUNITIESLOCALS FIGHT OBESITYDI07/15/2011 View1A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM-TENNIS TOURNEYMYEP HOSTS TENNIS TOURNEYPC07/14/20113A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-PLAYSLOCAL TROUPE WORKS TOWARD 'DEEPER CONVERSATION'DI07/01/2011 View5A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-RESIDENTS' STORIES-WEBSITEWEBSITE CAPTURES STORIES OF SOUTHEAST RESIDENTSPC06/27/20113A
GROUT, IRENE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC06/21/20114A
DEATHS-GROUT, IRENEDEATHSPC06/21/20114A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-RESIDENTS STORIES-WEBSITEBUSTING BARRIERS IN ICDI06/21/2011 View1A
LYLA'S BOUTIQUECLOTHING STORE TO MOVE TO CORALVILLEPC06/13/20113A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICAGROUP SCRAPS MUSLIM YOUTH CAMP PLANSPC06/01/20111A
OUTSTANDING WARRANTSOUT ON THE FLYDI05/10/2011 View1A
THE OUTLETTHE OUTLET FINDS NICHE IN GROCERY MARKETPC05/09/20112A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-FESTIVALS319 FESTIVAL CELEBRATES I.C.'S SOUTHEAST PRIDEPC05/06/20113A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-FESTIVALSSLIP-SLIDING INTO HEREDI05/05/2011 View3B
FLOODING-BUYOUTSCITY CONTINUES FLOODPLAIN BUYOUTSPC04/28/20111A
BORLAUG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-BUS ROUTESPARENTS UPSET WITH BORLAUG PLANSDI04/28/2011 View1A
UI-COLLEGE REPUBLICANS-COMING OUT WEEKSURGE OF ATTENTION STUNS GINTYDI04/26/2011 View1A
UI-COLLEGE REPUBLICANS-COMING OUT WEEKUI PROFESSOR'S EMAIL GETS BACKLASHPC04/22/20111A
UI-COLLEGE REPUBLICANS-COMING OUT WEEKF-WORD FALLOUT CONTINUESDI04/22/2011 View1A
UI-COLLEGE REPUBLICANS-'COMING OUT' EVENTS EMAILPROFESSOR'S VULGAR EMAIL SPURS DEBATEPC04/21/20111A
SOUTHEAST SIDEEVENT FINDS PREJUDICE IN ICDI04/21/2011 View2A
UI-COLLEGE REPUBLICANS-COMING OUT WEEKF-WORD E-MAIL SPARKS SPATDI04/21/2011 View1A
DEATHS-FOUTS, JAMESDEATHSPC04/19/20114A
FOUTS, JAMES-OBITUARYDEATHSPC04/19/20114A
DEATHS-MAKOUTZ, MARIANDEATHSPC03/06/20114A
MAKOUTZ, MARIAN-OBITUARYDEATHSPC03/06/20114A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPORGANIZER: CAMP PLANS STILL ALIVEPC03/06/20113A
UI-COLLABORATION WITH UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHUI USES ARTS TO CONNECT WITH TEENSDI02/25/2011 View1A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-COLLABORATION WITH UIUI USES ARTS TO CONNECT WITH TEENSDI02/25/2011 View1A
YOUTH COUNSELORSTHE RISE AND FALL OF JASON WATSONPC02/20/20111A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-UI PARTNERSHIPSCLASS MATCHES ARTISTS AT UI, UAYPC02/18/20113A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-DEVELOPMENTDEVELOPMENT PLAN RELEASED FOR S.E. ICDI02/18/2011 View7A
SOUTHEAST DISTRICT PLANDEVELOPMENT PLAN RELEASED FOR S.E. ICDI02/18/2011 View7A
UI-UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH PARTNERSHIPSCLASS MATCHES ARTISTS AT UI, UAYPC02/18/20113A
CITY HIGH SCHOOL-YOUTH ADVISORY COMMISSIONCITY JUNIOR WANTS TO HELP OUTPC02/14/20116A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTSOUTHGATE AIMS TO REHABILITATE BROADWAY CONDOMINIUPC02/11/20111A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH-SUPERINTENDENTS' BOOKSSUPERINTENDENT'S BOOK FOUND AT SOUTH EASTPC02/07/20113A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTIC DEVELOPER EYES BROADWAYDI02/04/2011 View3A
SOUTHWICK, ROBERT-OBITUARYDEATHSPC01/30/20114A
DEATHS-SOUTHWICK, ROBERTDEATHSPC01/30/20114A
NEAR SOUTHSIDE MULTI-USE PARKING FACILITYCOUNCIL BACKS MULTI-USE FACILITYDI01/26/2011 View2A
YOUTZ, WAYNE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC01/22/20114A
DEATHS-YOUTZ, WAYNEDEATHSPC01/22/20114A
POLICE-STUDENT OUTREACHSTUDENTS CHALLENGE OFFICERSPC01/19/20113A
BROADWAY NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER-YOUTH PROGRAM COORD.PASSION FOR KIDS DRIVES CENTER'S MIMSDI01/18/2011 View5A
AT-RISK YOUTH-PROGRAMSNEW PROGRAM AIMS TO HELP AT-RISK YOUTHPC01/09/20113A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-REDISTRICTINGPRINCIPAL: STUDENTS CAN FIT IN AT S.E.PC01/08/20113A
ARC OF SOUTHEAST IOWA-HISPANIC FELLOWSHIPCROSS-CULTURAL CONNECTIONSPC01/02/20113A
STOUT, SIERRAPOLICE SEEK MISSING N.L. GIRLPC12/17/20103A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-CLOTHING DRIVECLOTHING DRIVE AIDS AREA TEENSDI12/10/2010 View8A
DVORSKY, BOB-COMMENTS ABOUT BRANSTADDVORSKY CRITICIZES GOVERNOR-ELECT'S COMMENTSPC12/07/20101A
SOUTH SIDE-DEVELOPMENTMAKING PLANS OF DOWNTOWNPC12/04/20101A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-KIDS FIRST WORKSHOPGROUP HELPS KIDS WITH DIVORCEDI12/03/2010 View7A
CRIME-HUNTING OF ANIMALS OUT OF SEASONWRESTLING AIDE ZADICK UNDER INVESTIGATIONDI11/18/2010 View3A
VOTING-TURNOUTTURNOUT DILUTED STUDENT VOTEDI11/18/2010 View1A
VOTING-TURNOUTVOTER TURNOUT SETS RECORDPC11/16/20103A
HOMELESS OVERNIGHT SLEEPOUTUI GROUP SLEEPS OUTDOORS FOR THE HOMELESSPC11/15/20103A
HOMELESS AWARENESS SLEEP OUTSEEING HOW OTHERS LIVEPC11/13/20103A
HOPE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH-HOMELESS SLEEPOUTSEEING HOW OTHERS LIVEPC11/13/20103A
VOTING-TURNOUT57.68% OF VOTERS TURNOUT IN JOHNSON COUNTYPC11/03/201010A
VOTING-EARLY TURNOUTEARLY VOTING SURGES ALONGDI11/01/2010 View1A
VOTING-TURNOUTEARLY VOTING HIGHDI10/29/2010 View1A
SOUTH DUBUQUE ST.-ROBBERIESPOLICE INVESTIGATE ROBBERYDI10/15/2010 View2A
CROWLEY, LOIS-TRIP TO SOUTH KOREAFORMER TEACHER RECONNECTS WITH STUDENTPC10/07/20103A
VOTING-TURNOUTIC SEES VOTING SURGEDI09/24/2010 View2A
PUBLIC LIBRARY-SELF CHECKOUT STATIONSLIBRARY GOES DYNAMICDI09/16/2010 View3A
POLICE-SOUTHEAST SIDE SUBSTATIONPOLICE SUBSTATION UP, RUNNINGPC09/03/20101A
SOUTH WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTWASTEWATER PROJECT ON TAPDI09/03/2010 View2A
POLICE SUBSTATIONS-SOUTHEAST SIDESOUTHEAST POLICE SUBSTATION ALMOST READYDI08/24/2010 View3A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-STUDENTS-MARRIAGESSOUTH EAST SWEETHEARTS TO APPEAR ON 'TODAY'PC08/14/20101A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-WEDDINGSSOUTH EAST SWEETHEARTS TO WED AT SCHOOLPC08/07/20101A
POLICE-NATIONAL NIGHT OUTPOLICE, COMMUNITY GEAR UP FOR NIGHT OUTPC08/02/20103A
DEATHS-TEACHOUT, JULIEDEATHSPC07/26/20104A
TEACHOUT, JULIE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC07/26/20104A
TEACHOUT, JULIE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC07/25/20104A
DEATHS-TEACHOUT, JULIEDEATHSPC07/25/20104A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-COORDINATORSA HIT WITH THE YOUTHDI07/23/2010 View2A
YOUTH EMPOWERED TO SERVE PROGRAMSAYING YES TO GIVING BACKPC07/15/20103A
UI-YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP CAMPKEY INGREDIENT: PERSUASIONPC07/14/20103A
UI-YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP CAMPYOUNG ENTREPRENEURS GET A JUMPDI07/14/2010 View1A
POLICE-SUBSTATIONS-SOUTHEAST SIDEPOLICE MOVE OK'DDI07/13/2010 View1A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM-SUMMER CAMPSUMMER PROGRAM A HITPC07/10/20103A
POLICE-SUBSTATIONS-SOUTHEAST SIDEPOLICE PLAN S.E. SUB-STATIONPC07/09/20101A
POLICE-SUBSTATIONS-SOUTHEAST SIDEPOLICE EYE S.E. STATIONDI07/09/2010 View1A
CORALVILLE RESERVOIR-WATER OUTFLOWCORPS INCREASING OUTFLOW AGAINPC07/07/20101A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-COUNSELINGUAY TWEAKING HOW IF FUNDS COUNSELINGPC06/27/20103A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-FUNDRAISERSRUNNING FOR YOUTHPC06/20/20103A
IOWA HAWK SHOP OUTLETA NEW CLOTHING OUTLET FOR HAWKEYE FANSPC06/16/20103A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMPROGRAM PROVIDES YOUTH WITH PLENTY TO DOPC06/16/20103A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH-SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERSSTEPPING DOWN AFTER 34 YEARSDI06/07/2010 View2A
SOUTH JOHNSON ST.-ROBBERIESMAN REPORTS ROBBERY AT KNIFEPOINTPC06/05/20103A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-FESTIVAL OF FLOWERSYOUTH SHOW OFF 'FLOWER POWER'PC06/03/20103A
UI-YOUTUBE CHANNELIF IT HAPPENS AT UI, IT'S PROBABLY ON YOUTUBEPC05/28/20103A
PUBLIC LIBRARY-SELF CHECK OUT MACHINESLIBRARY DEBUTS SELF-SERVICE MACHINESPC05/14/20103A
CORALVILLE YOUTH SPORTS PARKCORALVILLE SPORTS PARK READY TO PLAY BALLPC05/14/20103A
UI-YOUTH BALLETTHE ENERGY OF DANCEDI05/13/2010 View1B
YOUTH HUMAN RIGHTS AWARDSHONORING ENERGY OF LOCAL YOUTHPC05/06/20103A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-RECORDING STUDIOCREATING A YOUTH MUSIC COMMUNITYPC05/02/20101A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM-YOUTH FESTMYEP SHOWS OFF NEW HOME AT YOUTH FESTPC05/02/20103A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM-NEW LOCATIONMYEP SHOWS OFF NEW HOME AT YOUTH FESTPC05/02/20103A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-SONGWRITING WORKSHOPSNO CHEAP TRICKS HEREPC04/29/20107C
CUB SCOUTS-AWARDSLOCAL CUB SCOUT RECEIVES CERTIFICATE OF MERITPC04/28/20103A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIMETAKING BACK THE NEIGHBORHOODPC04/10/20101A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-FORUMSPROJECT HOLDS FINAL SOUTHEAST FORUMDI04/08/2010 View1A
WALK IT OUT MULTICULTURAL FASHION SHOWMULTICULTURAL FASHION WILL REIGN SATURDAYPC03/29/20103A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-PLANNINGSOUTHEAST RESIDENTS PICK PROJECTSDI02/24/2010 View1A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-PLANNINGSOUTHEAST RESIDENTS WANT TO REVIVE TOWNCRESTPC02/24/20101A
SOUTHEAST DISTRICT-PLANNINGWORKSHOP TO FOCUS ON S.E. DISTRICTPC02/22/20103A
UI-SALMONELLA OUTBREAKS-RESEARCHUI LAB IDS SALMONELLADI02/22/2010 View6A
UI-OUTREACHMORE UI OUTREACH RECOMMENDEDDI02/16/2010 View4A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIME-SEMINARSSEMINAR SPARKS CRITICISMDI02/04/2010 View1A
UI-HOSPITALS-OUTPATIENT CLINICS-CORALVILLEUI DETAILS PROPOSED $73M CLINICPC02/04/20101A
HELP HAITI SHOOTOUTHELP HAITI SHOOTOUT RAISES $2,700PC02/01/20103A
BOOKS ABOUT IOWA CITYOUR TOWN (ACCORDING TO THEM)LV02/01/201016
BOY SCOUTSWINTER SCOUTINGPC01/31/20103A
YOUTH-MENTORSBUILDING SOMETHINGPC01/31/20101A
COBLIN, W. SOUTHFACULTY LEADERS FIRE BACK AT PROFESSORPC01/30/20103A
COBLIN, W. SOUTHPROFESSOR ALLEGES ETHNIC BIAS IN REVIEWPC01/29/20103A
PUBLIC LIBRARY-CHECKOUT LIMITS-POLICYTHEFTS WON'T CHANGE LIBRARY POLICYPC01/26/20101A
BOY SCOUTS-100TH ANNIVERSARYAREA BOY SCOUTS LOOK BACK ON 100 YEARSPC01/18/20103A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH-50TH ANNIVERSARYSOUTH EAST CELEBRATES 50 YEARS WITH WALL OF HANDPRPC01/06/20101A
SCHOOL'S OUT SPECIALS-PUBLIC LIBRARY-CHILDREN'S PRCAMPING OUT AT THE LIBRARYPC01/03/20103A
ARC OF SOUTHEAST IOWAART OF SOUTHEAST IOWA PROVIDES CARE AND SUPPORTPC12/28/20093A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH GALLERY-ART SHOWSART SHOWS HELP KIDS GAIN CONFIDENCE, EXPRESS FEELIPC12/23/20093A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-SOAR BEACH PARTYSTUDENTS CELEBRATE BEFORE BREAKPC12/19/20093A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-POSITIVE BEHAVIORSTUDENTS CELEBRATE BEFORE BREAKPC12/19/20093A
SOUTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-POSITIVE ENCOURAGEMENTHINKING POSITIVE AT SOUTHEASTDI12/09/2009 View2A
TRANSITIONING YOUTH PROGRAMPROGRAM TO REACH OUT TO FOSTER KIDSDI12/07/2009 View8A
SALVATION ARMY-YOUTH GROUPS-PARTICIPATIONSALVATION ARMY'S YOUTH GROUPS GROWINGPC12/07/20093A
BAR OWNERS-RESPONSIBILITY OUTSIDE ESTABLISHMENTIC JOINS TOWNS IN PUSH FOR BAR LAWDI12/02/2009 View5A
GROUT, JESS-OBITUARYDEATHSPC11/23/20094A
DEATHS-GROUT, JESSDEATHSPC11/23/20094A
UI-OUT OF STATE APPLICANTSUI REACHES OUT OF IOWADI11/18/2009 View1A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-40TH ANNIVERSARYUAY KICKS OFF ITS 40TH YEAR WITH CELEBRATIONPC11/13/20093A
YOUTH SPORTS COMPLEXBALL ROLLING ON SPORTS COMPLEXESPC11/12/20091A
STOUT, KARLAUI SALUTES PARENTS OF THE YEARDI11/06/2009 View8A
UI-LIBRARIES-CHECKOUT POLICIESNEW CHECKOUT POLICY AIDS SOMEDI11/05/2009 View1A
UI-PUBLIC OUTREACHUI EYES MORE ENGAGEMENTDI11/05/2009 View1A
TOBACCO OUTLET-ROBBERIESPOLICE ARREST MAN THEY SAY ROBBED STOREPC10/27/20093A
DEATHS-STOUT, DOROTHYDEATHSPC10/27/20094A
STOUT, DOROTHY-OBITUARYDEATHSPC10/27/20094A
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION PROGRAM-OUTREACHPEDDE HELPING TAKE BACK LIVESPC10/25/20093A
YOUTH FORUM ON NEIGHBORHOOD SAFETYTEENS TO BE HEARD ON CURFEWDI10/23/2009 View2A
YOUTH ADVISORY COMMISSIONTEENS TO BE HEARD ON CURFEWDI10/23/2009 View2A
VAN HOUTEN, WESLEY-OBITUARYDEATHSPC10/20/20094A
DEATHS-VAN HOUTEN, WESLEYDEATHSPC10/20/20094A
FOUR OAKS YOUTH SHELTER-BURGLARIESJUVENILES FACE MULTIPLE CHARGESPC10/17/20093A
SOUTH EAST SIDE-CRIMEGETTING TO THE ROOF OF THE ISSUE ON SOUTHEAST SIDEPC10/14/20091A
WORLD FOOD PRIZE GLOBAL YOUTH INSTITUTESTUDENT GOES GLOBAL WITH FOOD POLICY PAPERPC10/14/20091A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIMEPOLICE TREATING DEATH AS HOMICIDEPC10/10/20093A
UI-IOWA SHOUT EVENTA LARGER, MORE INCLUSIVE SHOUTPC10/08/20095B
BUYOUTS-PROPERTY TAXESCITY TO SKIP PROPERTY TAXESDI10/06/2009 View2A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIMEANOTHER TEEN ARRESTEDDI09/25/2009 View2A
FLOODING-BUYOUTSDEMOLITION OF BUYOUT HOMES STARTSPC09/16/20093A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIME2 MORE CHARGED IN AUG. 5 SHOOTINGDI09/11/2009 View2A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIMEPOLICE CHARGE 2 MORE TEENS WITH RIOTINGPC09/10/20094A
CIGARETTE OUTLET-ROBBERIESMORE CHARGES FOR MAN IN JAILPC09/09/20093A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIMEPIZZA PIT SLICES S.E. DELIVERYPC09/03/20091A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMMYEP FIRES MARBLE AFTER DRUG CHARGESPC09/01/20091A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIME11TH PERSON CHARGED IN AUG. 5 SHOOTINGDI08/31/2009 View3A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMMYEP TO MEET ABOUT MARBLEPC08/30/20093A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMCHARGES MUDDY MARBLE'S FUTURE AT MYEPPC08/29/20091A
YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM DIRECTORSCHARGES MUDDY MARBLE'S FUTURE AT MYEPPC08/29/20091A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIMEPOLICE CHARGE TEEN FROM C.R. WITH RIOTINGPC08/28/20093A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIMECITY ON ALERTDI08/24/2009 View1A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIMEPOLICE ARREST 2 TEENS IN SHOOTINGPC08/23/20093A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIMEPOLICE ARREST JUVENILESPC08/22/20091A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIMEMORE SHOTS REPORTED ON S.E. SIDEPC08/20/20091A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIMERESIDENTS ASK CITY COUNCIL TO TAKE ACTIONPC08/19/20091A
CIGARETTE OUTLETPOLICE SEARCH FOR ROBBERY SUSPECTPC08/10/20093A
MISS AMERICA OUTSTANDING TEEN PAGEANTTEEN TO COMPETE IN NATIONAL PAGEANTPC08/01/20091A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-50TH ANNIVERSARYSCHOOL MARKS 50 YEARSPC07/28/20091A
CORALVILLE-YOUTH SPORTS COMPLEXWORK UNDER WAY ON CORALVILLE PROJECTSPC07/24/20091A
BUYOUTSCITIES DEMOLISH FLOODED PROPERTIESPC07/23/20093A
BUYOUTSCITY TO APPLY FOR CDBGPC07/21/20093A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMMYEP MOVING TO FORMER LA CASA RESTAURANTPC07/20/20093A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHKIDS OF DIVORCE GET NEW PROGRAMPC07/20/20093A
UI-INSTITUTE FOR YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIPTURNING PASSION INTO A CAREERPC07/16/20093A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTDEVELOPER PROPOSES TOWNHOUSESPC07/16/20093A
911 SERVICE-OUTAGES911 SERVICE GOES OUTDI07/15/2009 View2A
CUB SCOUTS PACK 240-PANCAKE BREAKFASTSCOUTS HELP FLIP FLAPJACKS TO AID OTHERSPC07/13/20093A
YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP CAMPKIDS GET A TASTE OF BUSINESSPC07/08/20093A
SOUTHEAST SIDE-CRIMEPOLICE KEEP BUSYPC07/06/20091A
SUMMER OF THE ARTS-YOUTH VOLUNTEERSYOUTH BEHIND THE SCENES OF FESTSPC07/06/20093A
SOUTH GILBERT STREET-DEVELOPMENTCITY RE-ENVISIONING S. GILBERT CORRIDORPC07/03/20091A
YOUTH GROUPSPROGRAM: JUST SAY YESDI07/02/2009 View1A
YOUTH EMPOWERED TO SERVE (YES)PROGRAM: JUST SAY YESDI07/02/2009 View1A
ARC OF SOUTHEAST IOWALENDING A HELPING HANDPC06/29/20091A
YOUTH EMPOWERED TO SERVE (YES)TEENS GET ALTERNATIVE TO VIOLENCE WITH YESPC06/27/20091A
LYLA'S BOUTIQUETWO NEW BUSINESSES HEAD FOR DOWNTOWNDI06/23/2009 View1A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH-FESTIVAL OF FLOWERSFLOWER POWERPC05/23/20097B
LYLA'S BOUTIQUEWOMEN'S BOUTIQUE REPLACES VORTEXPC05/13/20093A
GIRL SCOUTS'TODAY WAS THE BEST DAY OF MY LIFE'PC05/10/20093A
SOUTH SIDE-POLICE PRESENCEPOLICE FORCED TO SPLIT PATROLSDI04/28/2009 View1A
BOCHNER CHOCOLATE-OUTLETSBOCHNER TO OPEN NEW CHOCOLATE OUTLETPC04/27/20093A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-MUSICIANSSTUDENTS TO PLAY WITH RENOWNED PIANISTPC04/24/20093A
UI-ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERSGROUP USES BALANCING ACT TO RAISE AFRICAN WATER AWDI04/24/2009 View1A
UI-ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERSUI GROUP HOPES TO BUILD HONDURAN CLINICDI04/24/2009 View4A
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GIRL SCOUTSWOMEN IN SCIENCE EVENT HOSTS GIRL SCOUTSPC03/29/20093A
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GIRL SCOUTS-BADGE DAYGIRL SCOUTS GET HANDS DIRTY FOR SCIENCEPC02/22/20093A
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UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHJACOBY USES EVERY RESOURCE TO HELP YOUTHPC01/25/20091A
UI-CAMBUS-ROUTESCAMBUS ADDS NEW SHUTTLEDI01/20/2009 View2A
BUYOUTSIC COUNCILORS APPROVE 40 HOMES FOR BUYOUTSDI01/19/2009 View7A
YOUTH COUNSELORSCONNECTING WITH LOCAL YOUTHPC01/19/20093A
SOUTH KOREAOFFICIALS' TRIP TO S. KOREA COST UI $30KPC01/17/20091A
SENIOR HIGH YOUTH GROUPGOAT TO HELP GROUP GO TO MEXICOPC01/14/20093A
FLOODING-BUYOUTSCITY READY TO START BUYOUTSPC01/07/20093A
OUTBACK BOWLBLACK AND GOLD BLOWOUTPC01/02/20091B
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YOUTH SPORTS COMPLEXCORALVILLE MOVES ON SPORTS COMPLEXDI12/10/2008 View4A
COUTURE FOR A CAUSEAN EVENING OF CULTURE & GIVINGDI12/05/2008 View1A
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UI-YOUTH BALLETWHAT I'M INTOPC10/09/20084C
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSBUYOUT APPLICATIONS FACE LIMITSPC10/07/20083A
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BUYOUTSFLOODED HOMEOWNERS: REBUILD HOUSES OR SELL?PC10/04/20081A
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EAGLE SCOUTSSCOUT BUILDS ON ACCOMPLISHMENTSPC09/15/20086A
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DEATHS-ROUTH. MARIONDEATHSPC09/13/20085A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSBOARD OKS BUYOUT REQUESTSPC09/12/20083A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSSUPERVISORS MOVE ON FEMA GRANTDI09/12/2008 View2A
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CORALVILLE-YOUTH SPORTS COMPLEXCORALVILLE PLANS NEW SPORTS COMPLEXPC09/11/20083A
YOUTH VIOLENCETAKING AIM AT YOUTH VIOLENCEDI09/11/2008 View5A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSCITY ONE STEP CLOSER TO BUYOUTSPC08/29/20083A
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FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSIN IC, PROCESS CREEPS ALONGDI08/25/2008 View11A
FLOODI NG-BUYOUTSCITY: SITE IS URBAN RENEWAL AREAPC08/15/20083A
FLOODING-BUYOUTSCORALVILLE BUYING FLOODED PROPERTIESPC08/02/20081A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSRESIDENTS DISCUSS BUYOUTPC07/30/20083A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSCITY SENDS BUYOUT FORMSPC07/25/20083A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSBUYOUTS UNLIKELY FOR MANYPC07/16/20081A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSLITTLE FED FLOOD AID SEENDI07/16/2008 View1A
YOUTH ENTREPREUNSHIP CAMPFUTURE ENTREPRENEURS GET CREATIVEPC07/11/20083A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY BUYOUTSCITY: FLOODED RESIDENCES WORTH $58MPC07/11/20081A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSCITY EYES BUYOUT MOVEDI07/11/2008 View1A
FLOODING-BUYOUTSCORALVILLE DISCUSSES BUYOUTDI07/09/2008 View2A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSNO EASY ROAD FOR IDYLLWILDDI07/08/2008 View1A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSPARKVIEW TERRACE RESIDENTS PRESENT PETITION BACKINPC07/04/20081A
CITIZENS FOR TOBACCO FREE YOUTHGROUP CELEBRATES BAN ON SMOKINGPC07/02/20081A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSCOUNCIL TO INVESTIGATE BUYOUT PROGRAMPC07/01/20083A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSCITY DISCUSSES POST-FLOOD BUYOUTDI07/01/2008 View1A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSPARKVIEW TERRACE CIRCULATES PETITIONPC06/30/20081A
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY-BUYOUTSPARKVIEW LOOKS FOR BUYOUTDI06/30/2008 View2A
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TIFFIN-OUTLET MALLSOUTLET MALL PROJECT DELAYEDPC06/03/20081A
RESTAURANTS-OUTDOOR DININGSOAK UP THE SUNPC05/31/20087B
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH FESTIVAL OF FLOWERSUAY TO HOLD FLOWER FESTIVALPC05/25/20083A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST STUDENTS SWEEP WOODWORKING MEDALS AT COPC05/20/20083A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHOF YOUTH & MEDIADI05/16/2008 View5A
IOWA YOUTH BALLETSWAN LAKEPC05/15/20085D
IOWA YOUTH BALLETTHE GRACEFUL STEPS OF LIFEDI05/15/2008 View1C
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMGRANT TO AID YOUTHSDI05/06/2008 View3A
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YOUTH HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD CEREMONYIOWA CITY YOUTHS TO RECEIVE HUMAN RIGHTS AWARDSPC04/29/20083A
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CORALVILLE-YOUTH SPORTS COMPLEXC'VILLE HEARS SPORTS PITCHDI04/23/2008 View4A
YOUTUBEAMONG THE GROVES OF YOUTUBEDI04/18/2008 View1A
CORALVILLE-YOUTH SPORTS COMPLEXCORALVILLE PLANS YOUTH SPORTS COMPLEXPC04/12/20083A
MINDOUTPSYDETHE TRANCE OF LIFEDI04/10/2008 View1C
SOUTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTHEAST REPORTS BREAK-INDI04/09/2008 View2A
MOVIN' OUT (MUSICAL)MOVIN' INTO HANCHERPC04/03/20086D
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST'S HAT DAY DELIVERS NOTHING BUT NETSPC03/29/20083A
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SOUTHWICK, DAVIDMAN CHARGED WITH COMPUTER THEFTPC02/29/20083A
CITIZENS FOR OUTSTANDING EDUCATION (COPE)PARENT GROUP TO DISCUSS TEACHER ALLOCATIONSPC02/26/20083A
CRIME-OPERATING WITHOUT A VALID LICENSECHASE LEADS TO NUMEROUS CHARGESDI02/19/2008 View2A
CRIME-OPERATING WITHOUT A VALID LICENSECHASE ENDS WITH CHARGESPC02/19/20083A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSHARING A DAY AT SOUTH EASTPC02/15/20083A
OUTDOOR RECREATIONLOOKING FORWARD TO WARM WEATHERPC02/10/20083A
OUTDOOR ACTIVITIESDREAMING OF WARMER WEATHERPC02/07/200813D
BOY SCOUTSAREA SCOUT LEADERS HONOREDPC01/23/20085A
CAUCUSES-TURNOUTSTATE, COUNTY NEARLY DOUBLE THEIR TURNOUTPC01/08/20081A
CAUCUSES-TURNOUTTURNOUT HIGH ACROSS JOHNSON COUNTYPC01/04/20088A
UI-OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTSUI NOT PLANNING TO OFFER OUT-OF-STATE DEALSPC12/29/20073A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHAGENCIES' HOTLINES GIVE HELP TO THOSE IN NEEDPC12/25/20073A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHUAY COMMITTED TO CONNECTING WITH YOUTHPC12/21/20073A
ARC OF SOUTHEAST IOWACOLIN'S STORY AN ONGOING TALE OF LOVE, SUCCESSPC12/18/20073A
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POWER OUTAGESTHE ICE MAN COMETHDI12/12/20071A
POWER OUTAGESAREA GLAZED WITH ICEPC12/12/20071A
POWER OUTAGESHERE WE GO AGAIN WITH ICEPC12/11/20071A
SLEEP-OUTSSLEEPING OUT FOR A CAUSEDI12/10/20071A
JOHN'S SLEEP-OUTSLEEPING OUT FOR A CAUSEDI12/10/20071A
JOHN'S SLEEP-OUTCOLD QUARTERS, WARM HEARTSPC12/09/20073A
JOHN'S SLEEP OUTSLEEP OUT FOR HOMELESS AWARENESSPC12/06/20073A
POWER OUTAGESROADS, POWER FALL VICTIM TO WINTER MIXPC12/02/20071A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUT HELPS WINGED DENIZENS OF THE NIGHTPC11/26/20073A
SCHOOLS-SAFE ROUTESPROGRAM BACKS BIKING, WALKING TO SCHOOLDI11/12/20076A
SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROGRAMPROGRAM BACKS BIKING, WALKING TO SCHOOLDI11/12/20076A
SOUTH SLOPE COOPERATIVE TELEPHONE COMPANYSOUTH SLOPE LOAN TO DEPLOY CABLE, CONNECT SUBSCRIBPC11/10/20073A
CHRISTIAN YOUTH GROUPSREACHING OUT TO AREA TEENSDI11/08/20071A
UI-OPT-OUT RESEARCHUI PART OF OPT-OUT RESEARCHDI11/02/20071A
UI-OUT-OF-STATE TUITIONOUT-OF-STATE TUITION, FEES COULD TOP $20,000PC10/27/20075A
DINING OUT WITH CHILDRENPINT-SIZED DININGPC10/26/20075A
SOUTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-GUN INCIDENTSSTUDENTS CHARGED WITH WEAPONS VIOLATIONSPC10/24/20071A
SOUTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-GUN INCIDENTSTWO CHARGED IN SOUTHEAST INCIDENTDI10/24/20071A
SCHOOLS-YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMBOARD HEARS PROGRAMS' PROGRESS REPORTSDI10/24/20072A
YOUTH CONGRESSSIX STUDENTS PICKED FOR YOUTH CONGRESSPC10/22/20077A
SOUTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSEVENTH-GRADER WORKS TO HELP OTHERSPC10/15/200710A
NATIONAL COMING OUT DAYCOMING OUT, GOING STRONGDI10/12/20071A
UNITED YOUTH DRILL TEAMHUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION RECOGNIZES CONTRIBUTIONSPC10/09/20075A
WINTER OUTERWEAR DISTRIBUTIONCHURCHES GIVE THE GIFT OF WARMTHPC10/07/20073A
LETTERS ABOUT LITERATURELOCAL WRITER EARNS NATIONAL HONORPC10/03/20077A
CRIME-DRIVING A VEHICLE WITHOUT OWNER'S CONSENTMAN PLEADS GUILTY TO DRIVING WITHOUT CONSENTDI09/27/20072A
GROUT, LLOYD-OBITUARYDEATHSPC09/26/20074A
DEATHS-GROUT, LLOYDDEATHSPC09/26/20074A
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MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICALEADERS SAY MUSLIM CAMP PLANS IN WORKSPC09/19/20071A
YOUTH SALUTE LEADERSHIP AWARDSLEADERSHIP AWARDS RECOGNIZE 190 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENPC09/19/20075A
YOUTH SALUTE LEADERSHIP AWARDSLEADERSHIP AWARDS RECOGNIZE 190 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENPC09/18/20075A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICALEADERS SAY MUSLIM CAMP PLANS IN WORKSPC09/18/20071A
YOUTH SALUTESTUDENTS RECEIVE OUTSTANDING TITLEPC09/17/200710A
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT GRANT PROGRAMYOUTH COMMISSION ESTABLISHING GRANTPC09/17/20073A
MERCY HOSPITAL-OUTPATIENT SURGICAL CENTERCITY CONSIDERS TIF FOR SURGICAL CENTERPC09/12/20073A
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YOUTH EMPOWERMENT GRANT PROGRAMPROJECT PROMOTES SERVICEDI09/05/20072A
GIRL SCOUTS-REAL WORLD BOOT CAMPBOOT CAMP TO TEACH SAFETYPC09/04/20073A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHYOUTH CAPTURE BURT'S ATTENTIONPC08/24/20071A
GROUT, TRAVISMAN PLEADS GUILTY TO THROWING FIRECRACKERPC08/23/20073A
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT GRANT PROGRAMOFFICIALS CALLING ON YOUTH FOR IDEASPC08/16/20073A
SOUTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-ADDITIONBOARD TO LOOK AT SOUTH EAST ADDITIONPC08/11/20073A
UI-SOUTH KOREAN TEACHERS WORKSHOPHARRY POTTER-STYLE TEACHINGPC08/03/20073A
OUTLOOK IOWA CITYNEW MAGAZINE TARGETS GAY COMMUNITYPC07/25/20071A
OUTDOOR-SPORTS SERIESCLIMB EVERY MOUNTAINDI07/20/20071B
UI-YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP CAMPA WINNING FLAVORPC07/13/20073A
OUTDOOR SPORTS SERIESNOT SO STICKY WICKET FINDING CRICKETDI07/13/200712A
OUTSIDE MAGAZINEMAGAZINE RANKS IOWA CITY TOPSPC07/10/20071A
SCHOOLS-DROPOUT RATEREPORT: LOCAL SCHOOLS OK IN ATTENDANCE, STUDENT BEDI07/10/20072A
OUTLET MALLS-TIFFINVILLAGES OF TIFFIN MAKING STRIDESPC07/06/20073A
TIFFIN-OUTLET MALLSVILLAGES OF TIFFIN MAKING STRIDESPC07/06/20073A
CHOPIN YOUTH PIANO COMPETITIONCHOPIN UNDER PRESSUREPC06/28/20071A
CUB SCOUT CAMPSFUN, FRIENDS AND FIRST-AID AT CUB SCOUT CAMPPC06/15/20073A
TELEPHONE OUTAGESCORALVILLE, IOWA CITY SUFFER PHONE OUTAGESPC06/12/20073A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHFESTIVAL OF FLOWERS HELPS FUND UNITED ACTION FOR YPC06/08/20073A
GROSS OUT OLYMPICSKIDS TEST NERVE AT GROSS OUT OLYMPICSPC06/03/20073A
CORALVILLE-CUB SCOUTSOAKDALE GOES TO BAT FOR ANIMALSPC05/18/20073A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.CORALVILLE CONSIDERS SIX-STORY BUILDINGPC05/08/20073A
GROUT, TRAVISMAN FACES 25 YEARS FOR MALL FIRECRACKERPC05/08/20073A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMFESTIVAL TO CELEBRATE YOUTH EMPOWERMENTDI05/04/20079A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICAAT HOME, A STRUGGLE FOR ACCEPTANCEDI05/03/20077
UI-YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSGRANT TO AID YOUNG ENTREPRENEURSDI05/03/20072A
UI-YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSYOUTH PROGRAM RENAMED TO HONOR DONORDI05/02/20075A
NORTH LIBERTY-EAGLE SCOUTSNORTH LIBERTY TROOP ACCOMPLISHES RARE FEATPC04/16/20073A
EAGLE SCOUTS-NORTH LIBERTYNORTH LIBERTY TROOP ACCOMPLISHES RARE FEATPC04/16/20073A
UI-CONSERVATIVE COMING OUT WEEKGOP GAME RAISES EYEBROWSDI04/16/20071A
GIRL SCOUTSLAW PROFESSOR WING TO RECEIVE GIRL SCOUT HONORPC04/12/20072A
UI-POWER OUTAGESUI OFFICIALS MULL OPTIONS AFTER POWER OUTAGEDI04/11/20074A
UI-POWER OUTAGESBRIEF POWER OUTAGE HITS WEST CAMPUSDI04/06/20072A
UI-POWER OUTAGESMOMENTARY OUTAGE UNDER REVIEWPC04/06/20073A
EAGLE SCOUT PROJECTSBOY SCOUT REACHING OUT TO TROOPS IN IRAQPC04/03/20073A
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BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS COME TO UI FOR MERIT BADGE UNIVERSITYPC03/25/20073A
POWER OUTAGESSTILL SCRAMBLING TO RESTORE POWERDI03/06/20073A
POWER OUTAGESSTORMS TAKE AIMDI03/01/20071A
POWER OUTAGESRESTORING POWERPC02/27/20071A
POWER OUTAGESAREA GROCERS WEATHER THE STORMPC02/27/20074A
HAITI OUTREACHUI STUDENT REACHES OU TO HELP HAITAINSDI02/26/20074A
POWER OUTAGESICE STORM CUTS POWER TO 90,000DI02/26/20071A
POWER OUTAGESAFTER THE STORMPC02/26/20071A
POWER OUTAGESICED OVERPC02/25/20071A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT COWILL A SONIC REPLACE LOW-INCOME HOUSING?PC02/22/20073A
GIRL SCOUTSGIRLS SHOW THEIR METTLEPC02/19/20073A
UNDERPRIVELEGED YOUTHCITY LIBRARY PLANS FREE RIDES FOR UNDERPRIVELEGEDPC02/06/20073A
UI-TOUCH THE EARTH OUTDOOR RECREATION RENTAL CEIN TOUCH WITH THE EARTHDI02/02/20075A
BOY SCOUTS-CAMPOREESCOUTS BRAVE COLD AT CAMPOREEPC01/28/20073A
SOUTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-KNOWLEDGE MASTER OPESOUTH EAST TEAM SHOWS ITS KNOWLEDGEPC01/22/20077A
MERCY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT SURGICAL CENTERSTATE OKS NEW MERCY FACILITYPC01/17/20071A
MERCY HOSPITAL-OUTPATIENT SURGICAL CENTERMERCY TO BUILD SURGERY CENTERDI01/17/20075A
GIRL SCOUT COOKIESGIRL SCOUT COOKIES NOW TRANS-FAT FREEPC01/16/20073A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHCONCERT RAISES MONEY FOR UAYPC01/15/20073A
BUS ROUTESIOWA CITY TRANSIT OFFICIALS ANNOUNCE ROUTE CHANGESPC01/13/20074A
SOUTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-ARSONJUVENILE CHARGED WITH 1ST-DEGREE ARSONPC01/12/20073A
SOUTHEAST JUNIOR HIGHTEEN RAISING MONEY FOR CANCER RESEARCHPC01/06/20071A
CITY COUNCIL-YOUTH ADVISORY COMMISSIONBOARD KEEPS CITY TUNED IN TO ISSUES OF YOUNG PEOPLPC01/02/20073A
YOUTH ADVISORY COMMISSIONBOARD KEEPS CITY TUNED IN TO ISSUES OF YOUNG PEOPLPC01/02/20073A
GROUT, BRYANMAN GETS 30-DAY JAIL SENTENCEPC12/28/20063A
SOUTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-SCHOOL-HUGGINGSTUDENTS LOBBY TO ALLOW HUGGINGPC12/21/20061A
UI -YOUTH BALLETIOWA CITY BALLET'S FOUNT OF YOUTHDI12/15/20069A
BUS ROUTESSOME BUS ROUTES REDIRECTEDPC12/12/20063A
STOUT, BLANCHE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC12/12/20064A
DEATHS-STOUT, BLANCHEDEATHSPC12/12/20064A
DEATHS-STOUT, BLANCHEDEATHSPC12/11/20064A
STOUT, BLANCHE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC12/11/20064A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTDEVELOP OR DON'T DEVELOP?PC12/09/20063A
BUS ROUTESOFFICIALS PROPOSE BUS-ROUTE CHANGESDI12/08/20062A
BUS ROUTESOFFICIALS PROPOSE BUS-ROUTE CHANGESDI12/08/20062A
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUT STRUCTURE CHANGINGPC11/27/20063A
JOHN'S SLEEPOUTRESIDENTS BRAVE THE COLD TO UNDERSTAND HOMELESSNESPC11/19/20063A
GROUT, BRYANMAN TO PLEAD GUILTY IN JETSETA TRAILER FIREDI11/17/20062A
GROUT, BRYANPROSECUTOR SAYS GROUT TO PLEAD GUILTYPC11/16/20063A
GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUTSMOKING FILLS TOBACCO GRAVEYARDPC11/14/20061A
GIRL SCOUTSSCOUTS MAKING HEALTHY STRIDESPC11/11/20063A
VOTER TURNOUTCOUNTY SEES RECORD TURNOUTDI11/08/20061A
VOTER TURNOUTVOTER TURNOUT BREAKS RECORDPC11/08/20068A
ROUNDABOUTSROUNDABOUT PLAN MOVES AHEADPC11/06/20063A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICABOARD OPPOSES MYCA FUNDINGPC11/03/20061A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICASUPERVISORS LIKELY WON'T FUND MUSLIM CAMPDI11/03/20062A
OUTSOUNDOUT SOUNDLV11/01/20068
SOUTHWESTERN COMPANYCOMPANY OFFERS HARD WORK & DOLLAR SIGNSDI10/23/20064A
NATIONAL COMING OUT DAYOUT OF THE CLOSET, INTO COMMUNITYDI10/12/20061A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLNINE YOUTHS CITED FOR RIOTINGPC10/05/20064A
UI -IOWA SHOUTKEEPING SHOUTDI10/05/20061A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICACAMP ASKS FOR PUBLIC FUNDSPC09/27/200613A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICAPUBLIC FUNDS SHOULDN'T GO FOR YOUTH CAMPPC09/27/200613A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICAMUSLIM CAMP DELAYED, BUT COMINGDI09/22/20064A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICAMYCA TO APPLY FOR VISION IOWA GRANTPC09/22/20061A
UNIFIED YOUTH DRILL TEAMKIDS DANCING THROUGH LIFEPC09/20/20061A
E. COLI OUTBREAKIC STORES ON SPINACH ALERTDI09/19/20061A
DEATHS-SOUTER, CATHRYNDEATHSPC09/09/20065A
SOUTER, CATHRYN-OBITUARYDEATHSPC09/09/20065A
GROUT, BRYANMAN PLEADS NOT GUILTY IN JETSETA TRAILER FIREDI09/07/20067A
GROUT, BRYANALLEGED ARSONIST PLEADS NOT GUILTYPC09/07/20063A
NEAR SOUTH SIDE REDEVELOPMENT PLANNEW HIGH RISE UNDER REVIEWDI09/06/20062A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTRELIEF COMING FOR WEST SIDE DRIVERSPC09/02/20063A
HEBE BOUTIQUEFASHIONING SOME BOHEMIAN CHICDI08/31/20064C
RELEVE YOUTH PERFORMING COMPANYDANCING DREAMPC08/17/20063D
ROUNDABOUTSUI, CITY STILL EYEING GRAND AVENUE ROUNDABOUTDI08/17/20067A
ROUNDABOUTSCITY SEEKS ROUNDABOUT DECISIONPC08/12/20063A
HEBE BOUTIQUEBOUTIQUE INTRODUCES L.A. FASHION TO IOWA CITYPC08/02/20063A
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DEATHS-GROUT, IDADEATHSPC07/20/20064A
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UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHUAY LOOKS FOR NEW SOLON HOMEPC01/21/20053A
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UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHYOUTH JOB TRAINING GAINS STEAMPC03/19/20043A
OUTBACK BOWLUI BOWL PROFITS NEARLY $98,000PC03/16/20041A
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UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHWOMEN'S ART ON DISPLAY AT UAYPC11/08/20031B
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SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTSANDHILL CHARGES ANGER NEIGHBORSPC09/27/20033A
UI-POWER OUTAGEFUN FLIES AS A BLACKOUT DARKENS WEST CAMPUSDI09/16/20031A
SCHOOLS-AT-RISK YOUTHOFFICIALS: CONTACT VITAL FOR AT-RISK KIDSDI08/27/2003 View3A
SPOLIGHT ON YOUTH BENEFITSPOTLIGHT ON YOUTH PROVIDES MUSICAL VENUEPC08/24/20033A
YOUTHSPOTLIGHT ON YOUTH PROVIDES MUSICAL VENUEPC08/24/20033A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHSPOTLIGHT ON YOUTH PROVIDES MUSICAL VENUEPC08/24/20033A
ALL ABOUT BEERSBEER MAGAZAINE CALLS JOHN'S GROCERY REMARKABLEPC08/22/20033A
OUTSIDE MAGAZINEOUTSIDE RANKS US HIGHPC08/13/20031A
GIRL SCOUTSCAMP OFFERS GIRLS SCIENCE FUNPC08/07/20033A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICACORPS: FUNDING FOR MUSLIM CAMP NOT A CONCERNPC07/25/20031A
SCHOOLS-AT-RISK YOUTHBOARD PONDERS IN- SCHOOL CAREDI07/23/2003 View1A
SCHOOLS-AT-RISK YOUTHGROUPS TARGET AT-RISK YOUTHPC07/17/20033A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICAMUSLIM GROUP, CORPS TOUT PROPOSED CAMPDI07/15/20031A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICACONTROVERSY WILL EVAPORATEPC07/13/20031A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICATHROUGH FLOODS FIGHTS, CASTLE KEEPS HIS COOLPC07/13/20033A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICANO LEADS IN AOSSEY ARSONPC07/08/20033A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLASSISTANT PRINCIPAL NAMEDPC07/06/20033A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICATALK SHOW IGNITES HEATED DEBATEPC07/03/20031A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICATALK SHOW ATTRACTS CRITICS OF NEW CAMPDI07/03/2003 View1A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICACORPS DECISION FINDS COMPROMISEPC07/02/20033A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICAGALLAGHER FANS WELCOME TALK SHOW HOSTPC07/02/20033A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICAMUSLIM'S FACILITY APPROVEDDI07/01/20031A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICACORPS OKS LIMITED MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPPC07/01/20031A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICAMUSLIM YOUTH CAMP STORY GOES NATIONALPC06/24/20031A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICACORPS TO DECIDE IN JULY ON MUSLIM CAMP'S FATEDI06/12/20031A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICACORPS SAYS MUSLIM CAMP DECISION COMING SOONPC06/11/20035A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHYOUTH PROGRAM RECEIVES $15,000PC06/11/20033A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMYOUTH PROGRAM RECEIVES $15,000PC06/11/20033A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.PAPER WAREHOUSE CLOSING STOREPC06/05/20033A
YOUTH-EMPLOYMENTSUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITIES MIXEDPC06/03/20031A
DEATHS-STOUT, DOROTHYDEATHSPC05/31/20035A
STOUT, DOROTHY-OBITUARYDEATHSPC05/31/20035A
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTS HONORED FOR ACHIEVEMENTSPC04/22/20033A
SOUTHWICK, LEON-OBITUARYDEATHSPC04/18/20034A
DEATHS-SOUTHWICK, LEONDEATHSPC04/18/20034A
DEATHS-SOUTHWICK, LEONDEATHSPC04/17/20034A
SOUTHWICK, LEON-OBITUARYDEATHSPC04/17/20034A
GIRL SCOUTSBENEFIT HONORS GIRLS' ROLE MODELSPC04/09/20033A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMCOUNCILORS SUPPORT FUND FOR YOUTH JOB TRAININGPC04/08/20033A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMCUTS JEOPARDIZE YOUTH PROGRAMPC04/06/20033A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICACOUNTY PROPOSES NEW SITE FOR CAMPDI03/28/20032A
NEAR SOUTHSIDE TRANSPORTATION CENTERCITY CUTS TRANSIT CENTER AFTER FUNDING SLASHDI03/27/20031A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICAOFICIALS PUSH CAMP SITE CHANGEPC03/27/20033A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICACOUNTY DISCUSSES MUSLIM CAMPPC03/26/20033A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.LOOKS KEY AT NEW INDUSTRIAL PARKPC03/26/20033A
DEATHS-STOUT, FREDDEATHSPC03/21/20034A
STOUT, FRED-OBITUARYDEATHSPC03/21/20034A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICAGROUP FORMS TO OPPOSE MUSLIM CAMPPC03/15/20033A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHREALLY SERIOUSLY KIDDING AROUNDDI03/13/20031C
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.CITY PANEL OKS SOUTHGATE TAX DISTRICTDI02/28/20032A
BOY SCOUTSBOY SCOUTS, UNITED WAY SEVER TIESPC02/27/20031A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.SOUTHGATE LOOKS TO CITY FOR AID IN DEVELOPMENTDI02/17/20032A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.DEVELOPER ASKS FOR TIF DISTRICTPC02/14/20033A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMP OF AMERICAMYCA DETAILS DEPENDENT ON LEASEPC02/08/20033A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMP OF AMERICALOCALS FRET ABOUT MUSLIM CAMPDI01/23/2003 View1A
OATHOUT-REBEL CORNERCORNER THRIVED WITH CHANGEPC01/19/200310A
UI-OUTREACHUI TO BEGIN ADVOCACY EFFORTSPC01/15/20033A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMP OF AMERICACOMMENTS ON MUSLIM CAMP TO BE REVIEWEDPC01/03/20031A
ENGLERT NIGHT OUTENGLERT TINGS IN NEW YEAR WITH NIGHT OUTPC01/01/20031A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICAOFFICIALS AWAIT CORPS DECISIONPC12/30/20023A
ENGLERT NIGHT OUTENGLERT GROUP HOPES NIGHT OUT WILL HELP OUTPC12/30/20023A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICADEATHSPC12/25/20024A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICABOARD SEEKS FEDERAL AID FOR CAMP INFRUSTRUCTUREPC12/20/20023A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.SUBDIVISION PLANS ALTEREDPC12/20/20023A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICACORPS SAYS N. LIBERTY CANNOT BLOCK MUSLIM YOUTH CAPC12/19/20021A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICACITY COUNTERS MUSLIM YOUTH CAMP PLANPC12/18/20021A
UI-OUTREACHUI BEGINS STATEWIDE OUTREACH CAMPAIGNPC12/04/20023A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.SANDHILL ESTATES MOVES FORWARDPC11/25/20021A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICACORPS STUDY SHOCKS NEIGHBORSPC11/21/20023A
GIRL SCOUTSUI FRATERNITY SPONSORS ANNUAL WORKSHOPS FOR GIRLSPC11/17/20023A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSTUDENTS SHARE LOVE LUGGAGEPC11/15/20023A
DEATHS-SOUTHWICK, KEITHDEATHSPC11/12/20024A
SOUTHWICK, KEITH-OBITUARYDEATHSPC11/12/20024A
GIRL SCOUT TROOP 3340PARADE OF REMEMBRANCEPC11/11/20023A
SWEET PEA'S BOUTIQUEPLAZA'S STORES CATER TO CHILDRENPC11/06/20023A
UI-OUTREACHUI HIRES OUTREACH DIRECTORPC10/29/20021A
HEALTHCARE FOR HOMELESS VETERANS OUTREACHPROGRAM WORKS TO HELP HOMELESS VETSPC10/28/20021A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.SOUTHGATE REFUSES TO ALLOW LAND SURVEYPC10/11/20021A
NATIONAL COMING OUT WEEKFINDING COMFORT IN COMING OUTDI10/09/2002 View2A
DEATHS-STOUTNER, RUTHDEATHSPC10/01/20024A
STOUTNER, RUTH-OBITUARYDEATHSPC10/01/20024A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.BURIAL SITE MAY DELAY ESTATESPC09/30/20021A
SOUTHWEST DISTRICT PLANSOUTHWEST PLAN EARNS PRAISEPC09/25/20023A
BURNOUTTHE METTLE OF THEIR SLUDGE FESTDI09/18/20028A
SOUTHSIDE FESTIVALFESTIVAL PROMOTES SOUTHSIDEPC09/16/20023A
SOUTHSIDE FESTIVALSUPPORTING THE SOUTHSIDEPC09/12/20024D
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHNASO COUNSELED FAMILIES OF 9-11 ATTACK VICTIMSPC09/06/20021A
CORALVILLE-ROUNDABOUTROUNDABOUT OPENS MONDAYPC08/31/20021A
NEAR SOUTHSIDE TRANSPORTATION CENTERLOT SALE MAY HELP FUND NEW DAYCARE CENTERPC08/30/20023A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.BURIAL MOUNDS MAY ALTER NEW DEVELOPMENTPC08/22/20021A
GIRL SCOUTSABORIGINAL MUSIC BURSTS FROM CAMPPC08/08/20023A
ROUNDABOUTSROUNDABOUT TO MAKE DEBUT SOONPC08/03/20023A
CORALVILLE-ROUNDABOUTROUNDABOUT TO MAKE DEBUT SOONPC08/03/20023A
NEAR SOUTHSIDE TRANSPORTATION CENTERTRANSIT CENTER IN LINE FOR $8MPC07/25/20021A
ELECTRIC OUTAGE RESTORATION WORKSHOPWORKSHOP SHEDS LIGHT ON OUTAGESPC07/19/20023A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHYOUTH WANT TO GO ON AIRPC07/05/20021A
VOICES OF YOUTHPLAY EXPRESSES IOWA YOUTHS' VIEWSPC06/27/20024D
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSTUDENT WHO TAPED THREATS IS SUSPENDEDPC05/21/20023A
YOUTH HOMESBOOKS, BAKED GOODS HELP PROGRAM IN NEEDPC05/19/20023A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.DEVELOPER LOOKS TO CORALVILLEPC05/13/20021A
NEAR SOUTHSIDE TRANSPORTATION CENTERIOWA CITY NEGOTIATING DOWNTOWN CHILD CAREPC05/13/20025A
GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF SOUTHEAST IOWAGOODWILL HONORS 4 FROM AREAPC05/11/20023A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHPOLICE INVESTIGATE SOUTH EAST THREATPC05/09/20023A
TROUT, RYANPOLICE INVESTIGATE MORNING STABBINGPC04/26/20023A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.PANEL ACCEPTS SOUTHGATE PLANDI04/19/20022A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.COUNCIL TO LOOK AT PLATSPC04/16/20023A
OUTLAW, LISAWRAC TO PRESENTS AWARDSPC03/14/20022A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.COUNCIL OKS SOUTHGATE FUNDSPC03/02/20023A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.ARSON VICTIM'S WIDOW SUES EX-LANDLORDPC02/27/20023A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.CITY VOTES DOWN APARTMENT PLANPC02/23/20023A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.BUILDERS SHOULDER ROAD COSTPC02/23/20021A
ROUNDABOUTSHOLIDAY ROAD ROUNDABOUT SOLVES MANY PROBLEMSPC02/17/20023A
BOY SCOUTSBOY SCOUT ISSUE TAKES TAKES TOLL ON PTAPC02/15/20021A
ROUNDABOUTSCORALVILLE SEEKS BIDS ON ROUNDABOUTPC02/13/20021A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.DEVELOPER SEEKS REZONING REDRESSDI02/12/20023A
WINTER BLOWOUTBLOWOUT CURES WINTER BLAHSPC02/10/20023A
SOUTH GILBERT STREETCOMPLEX DRAWS MIXED REACTIONPC02/08/20023A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHREAD-IN BRIGHTENS BLACK HISTORYPC02/05/20023A
YOUTH HOMESCITY TIGHTENS FUNDS FOR SOME AGENCIESDI02/05/20022A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.ORAL B JOINS ANNUAL LIST OF TOP IOWA CITY TAXPAYERPC02/01/20021A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHLOCAL JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS' ITBS SCORES TOP U.S. APC01/23/20023A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHLOCAL JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS' ITBS SCORES TOP U.S. APC01/23/20023A
UI-OUT-SOURCINGUI'S OUT-SOURCING BOTHERS EMPLOYEESDI01/22/2002 View1A
BOY SCOUTSPTA REJECTS EQUITY CHANGEPC01/11/20023A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.FIRM DENYING CITY ACCESS TO SAND PRAIRIEDI01/11/20022A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.COUNCIL APPROVES HARLOCKE PROJECTPC01/05/20023A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT COCOUNCIL TO REVOTE ON SOUTHGATEPC01/04/20023A
ENGLERT NIGHT OUTENGLERT, DOWNTOWN SEND 2001 OUT IN STYLEPC12/27/20014D
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.JUDGE RULES AGAINST CITYPC12/20/20011A
ROUNDABOUTROUNDABOUT COMING TO CORALVILLE INTERSECTIONPC12/17/20011A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT COCITY TO RETHINK SENSITIVE-AREA RULESPC12/11/20013A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.FIRM WANTS TO DEVELOP ON S. GILBERTPC12/06/20011A
DJAOUT, TAHARLAST SUMMER HITS A CHORD WITH JOHNSON COUNTYPC12/04/20014C
MISSPENT YOUTHSHOE MONEY CELEBRATES MISSPENT YOUTHPC11/15/20012D
DJAOUT, TAHARREADING FORUMS SETPC11/13/20012A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHBUDGET CUTS HURT YOUTHDI11/09/20011A
UI-CLINICAL OUTREACH SERVICESUI PHYSICIAN'S ROUNDS STRETCH 43 MILESDI11/09/20011A
UI-LATINO YOUTH CONFERENCELATINO YOUTH CONFERENCE PROMOTES SCHOOL SUCCESSPC11/03/20013A
STOUT, PHYLLISBIRDS OF A FEATHER RIDE TOGETHERPC11/01/20011A
DJAOUT, TAHARREADING CAMPAIGN STARTS TODAYPC10/22/20011A
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUT TROOP PROCLAIMS ITS PATRIOTISMPC10/02/20013A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTCOUNCIL POSTPONES VOTE ON CITY LOT DEVELOPMENTPC09/26/20014A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTDEVELOPERS PROPOSE BUILDING APARTMENTS ON LOTDI09/06/20013A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.RESIDENTS TAKE LOOK AT LOT PLANSPC09/06/20011A
BOUTOTT, KATIEWHERE THERE'S SMOKE THERE'S A PROGRAMDI09/04/20011A
BOY SCOUTSPLUGGE PULLS EQUITY PHRASE FROM POLICYPC09/01/20013A
BOY SCOUTSI.C. DELAYS EQUITY DECISIONDI08/30/20013A
BOY SCOUTSSCHOOLS EQUITY POLICY IN LIMBOPC08/30/20013A
BOY SCOUTSDISTRICT TO ALTER EQUITY POLICYPC08/29/20011A
BOY SCOUTSSCHOOL BOARD VOTES TO KILL EQUITY POLICYDI08/29/2001 View4A
GIRL SCOUTSSCHOOL BOARD VOTES TO KILL EQUITY POLICYDI08/29/2001 View4A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.CITY DENIES SOUTHGATE SUIT ALLEGATIONSPC08/24/20013A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHWORD FESTIVAL OFFERS RELEASEPC08/19/20013A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.COUNCIL TO DISCUSS ANNEXATION OFFERPC08/17/20011A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHSPEAK UP!PC08/16/20016D
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT COMPANYFOUR DEVELOPERS VIE TO BUILD ON LOTPC08/12/20011A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTDOWNTOWN LOT SPARKS FOUR IDEASPC08/04/20011A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS HOLD TO POLICY ON SEXUALITYPC08/03/20013A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHI.C. YOUTH GROUP SEEKS MORE ROOMDI07/27/20012A
DEATHS-SOUTHWICK, RHETADEATHSPC07/17/20014A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPMUSLIM CAMP STUDY DELAYEDPC07/17/20013A
SOUTHWICK, RHETA-OBITUARYDEATHSPC07/17/20014A
OUTOUT EDITOR WAS FIRED BY DIPC07/07/20011A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMPLAYING A WAITING GAMEPC07/01/20011A
BOY SCOUTSSCHOOLS KEEP BUILDING-USE POLICYPC06/27/20013A
BOY SCOUTSSCHOOL BOARD ADVISED TO DELAY ACTION ON BOY SCOUTSDI06/27/20012A
BOY SCOUTSBOARD ONCE AGAIN TO DISCUSS BOY SCOUTSDI06/26/20015A
SCHOOL BOARD-BOY SCOUTSBOARD ONCE AGAIN TO DISCUSS BOY SCOUTSDI06/26/20015A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS URGE BOARD TO RETHINK POLICYPC06/23/20013A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.BOARD OKS EAST SIDE ANNEXATIONDI06/22/20011A
CUB SCOUTSCUB SCOUTS LEARN THE FUN WAYPC06/21/20013A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS/GAYS ISSUE SIZZLES OVER ONCE AGAINDI06/20/20012A
SCHOOLS-BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS/GAYS ISSUE SIZZLES OVER ONCE AGAINDI06/20/20012A
BOY SCOUTSSENATE: DISALLOW BAN OF SCOUTSPC06/15/20011A
SCHOOLS-BOY SCOUTSSENATE: DISALLOW BAN OF SCOUTSPC06/15/20011A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.RESIDENTS LOSE VOTE FOR PARKPC06/12/20013A
DEATHS-ROUTH, JOSEPHDEATHSPC06/08/20014A
ROUTH, JOSEPHEX-UI CHEMIST ROUTH DIESPC06/08/20013A
ROUTH, JOSEPH-OBITUARYDEATHSPC06/08/20014A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.CITY MAY SNATCH UP EAST SIDE FARMLANDDI06/05/20011A
BOY SCOUTSBOARD TO ANALYZE FEES FOR USE OF BUILDINGSPC05/23/20015A
BOY SCOUTSBOARD TO TALK ABOUT RATES FOR GROUPS TO USE SCHOOLPC05/19/20013A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHTHE REALITIES OF TEEN PREGNANCYPC05/17/20011C
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY INC.DEVELOPMENT FIRM SUES IOWA CITYPC05/15/20013A
SOUTH LINN PARTNERSOLD LIBRARY MAY BE SAVEDPC05/13/20011A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS PROTEST NEW FLIER POLICYPC05/12/20013A
TROUT, JASONENTREPRENEUR WORKS IN SQUARE FEET OF FORESTPC05/12/20013A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTDES MOINES AGENCY APPROVES CORALVILLE ANNEXATION OPC05/11/20013A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS MUST PAY FOR SCHOOL USEDI05/09/20011A
BOY SCOUTSSCHOOL BOARD OKS BUILDING POLICYPC05/09/20011A
BOY SCOUTSSCHOOL BOARD TO DECIDE ON USE POLICYPC05/07/20013A
HOMELESS OUTREACH PROGRAMSTRONG-ARM TACTICS HELP OUT VETERANSPC05/06/20013A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHUNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH MARKS CINCO DE MAYOPC05/06/20011A
BOY SCOUTSSCHOOL BOARD MULLS BOY SCOUT POLICYDI04/25/20011A
BOY SCOUTSUNITED WAY CHAIRMAN RESIGNSPC04/24/20011A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTAPARTMENTS VOTED DOWNPC04/18/20013A
BOY SCOUTSDON'T PUNISH OUR 1,000 LOCAL BOY SCOUTSPC04/16/20019A
BOY SCOUTSEQUITY PANEL BACKS BOARDPC04/12/20011A
FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASEFOOT-&-MOUTH SHOULD NOT HINDER STUDY ABROADDI04/12/2001 View1A
BOY SCOUTSBUILDING-USE POLICY TO BE CHANGEDPC04/11/20011A
BOY SCOUTSBOARD POSTPONES BOY SCOUTS DECISIONDI04/11/2001 View1A
BOY SCOUTSBOY SCOUTS GAY ISSUE SPILLS INTO LOCAL SCHOOLSDI04/10/2001 View2A
BOY SCOUTS'SCOUTD' CHARTER ISSUE ON TABLEPC04/10/20013A
OUTSTANDING PHYSICAL THERAPIST STUDENT AWARDPHYSICAL THERAPY STUDENT GETS AWARDPC04/09/20012A
BOY SCOUTSBOARD TO DISCUSS BOY SCOUTS USING SCHOOLSPC04/07/20013A
SCHOOLS-BOY SCOUTSBOARD TO DISCUSS BOY SCOUTS USING SCHOOLSPC04/07/20013A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTCOUNCIL MIGHT REOPEN REZONING HEARINGPC03/30/20013A
BOY SCOUTSWHO WILL BE EXCLUDED NEXT?PC03/24/200111A
GIRL SCOUTSLIMO PICKS GIRLS UP AT SCHOOLPC03/23/20011A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.HARLOCKE REZONING DRAWS CONCERNDI03/21/20011A
FOOT-&-MOUTH DISEASELOCALS WARY ABOUT FOOT-&-MOUTH DISEASEDI03/20/20011A
NEAR SOUTHSIDE TRANSPORTATION CENTERDAYCARE PLANS RECEIVE PRAISEPC03/20/20013A
UI-YOUTH ENTREPRENEUR CAMPENTREPRENEUR CAMP TEACHES KIDS BUSINESS12203/10/20012A
BOY SCOUTSOFFICIAL QUESTIONS BOY SCOUTS' USE OF SCHOOL FACILPC03/08/20011A
BOY SCOUTSCOUTS ALLOWED TO RE-CHARTERPC03/07/20011A
GIRL SCOUT COOKIESIT'S TIME FOR COOKIESPC03/02/20015B
POWER OUTAGESQUIRREL TRIPS POWER TO CAMPUSPC03/02/20011A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHMATH PROGRAM LINKS STUDENTS ACROSS IOWAPC02/26/20013A
NEAR SOUTHSIDE TRANSPORTATION CENTERMOD POD LAWSUIT WINDING DOWNPC02/24/20013A
SOUTHWESTERN CO.UI STUDENT COMPLAINS OF COMPANY HARASSMENTDI02/22/20012A
BOY SCOUTSPTA REJECTS EQUITY CHANGEPC01/11/20013A
BOY SCOUTSPTA REJECTS EQUITY CHANGEPC01/11/20013A
STOUT, LINDSAYWOMAN CHARGED WITH FELONY THEFTPC12/21/20003A
JOHNSON COUNTY-JUVENILE JUSTICE YOUTH DEVELOPMENTCOUNTY REQUESTS I.C. FUNDS FOR JUVENILE PROGRAMDI12/06/20003A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHCOUNTY REQUESTS I.C. FUNDS FOR JUVENILE PROGRAMDI12/06/20003A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHUNITED WAY GIVES GRANTS TO TOWNSPC11/25/20003A
GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUTKICKING A 17-YEAR HABIT IN THE BUTTDI11/17/20002A
UI-DROPOUTSSCHOOLS ADDRESS DROPOUT RATESPC11/17/20003A
UI-DROPOUTSOFFICIAL: DROPOUT SURVEYS USELESSDI11/17/20002A
NO ONE GIVES A DAMN ABOUT YOUR BANDFRANKLY, MY DEAR, MUSIC SUPPORTERS GIVE A DAMNDI11/07/20006B
NEAR SOUTHSIDE TRANSPORTATION CENTERCOUNCIL TALKS CENTER CHANGESPC10/28/20003A
PLAYSTATION 2 SELLS OUTGAME OVERDI10/27/20001A
NEAR SOUTHSIDE INTERMODEL TRANSIT FACILITYCOUNCIL APPROVES FINAL PLANS FOR TRANSIT FACILITYDI10/17/20002A
NEAR SOUTHSIDE TRANSPORTATION CENTERCOUNCIL APPROVES TRANSPORTATION CENTER PLANSPC10/17/20003A
NEAR SOUTHSIDE INTERMODEL TRANSIT FACILITYCITY MAY SCALE BACK TRANSIT-CENTER PLANSDI10/16/20003A
NATIONAL COMING OUT DAYCOMMUNITY COMES TOGETHER FOR COMING OUT DAYDI10/12/20001A
NATIONAL COMING OUT DAYRALLY MARKS COMING OUTDI10/11/20003A
NEAR SOUTHSIDE TRANSIT FACILITYTRANSIT CENTER WAITS FOR MORE FUNDINGDI10/09/20001A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPS OF AMERICAFIRM REPORTS ON CAMP REQUESTPC09/08/20003A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPLAND USE DRIVES CAMP TROUBLESPC09/04/200011A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHTEEN THEATER LIGHTENS UPGA08/25/20001B
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPMUSLIM CAMP BIAS IS CLEARPC08/11/200011A
DEATHS-FOUTAIN, BEULAHDEATHSPC08/03/20004A
CORALVILLE-NATIONAL NIGHT OUTNIGHT OUT TO KNOCK OUT CRIMEGA08/02/20005B
NATIONAL NIGHT OUTCORALVILLE TURNS OUT TO MEET POLICE OFFICERSPC08/02/20003A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPCOUNTY STATES OPPOSITION TO YOUTH CAMPPC08/01/20003A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPBOARD'S MEMO NOTES OPPOSITION TO MUSLIM CAMPGA08/01/20002B
NATIONAL NIGHT OUTPOLICE PLAN NIGHT TO MEET NEIGHBORSPC07/31/20003A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPCOUNTY OPPOSES CAMP PLANPC07/27/20001A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPJOHNSON SUPERVISORS: REJECT PROPOSED YOUTH CAMP SIGA07/27/20001B
TROUT, JASONCONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGNS TRY TO ORGANIZE STUDENTSPC07/26/20002A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPSUPERVISORS CITE THEIR CONCERNS ABOUT CAMPGA07/19/20001A
SOUTHEAST IOWA CITYCITY TO VOTE ON TAX REBATE FOR SOUTHEAST SIDEPC07/14/20003A
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHINGYOUNG PEOPLES MAKES MUCH ADOPC07/13/20005D
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPCORPS TO STUDY CAMP'S IMPACTPC07/13/20003A
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHINGEMBOLDENED WITH THE GLORYDI07/12/20005A
BUSINESS OUTREACH SURVEYBUSINESS SURVEY FAVORS IOWA CITYPC06/28/20003A
BUSINESS OUTREACH SURVEYSURVEY FINDS I.C. GOOD FOR BUSINESSGA06/27/20001A
UI-COMMUNICATIONS AND OUTREACHINTERIM CHIEF GETS OUTREACH POST AT UIGA06/24/20001A
CUB SCOUTSCUB SCOUTS RETIRE FLAGS, LEARN CIVIC DUTYPC06/15/20003A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTCOUNCIL TO CONSIDER TRAFFIC LIGHTPC06/09/20001A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.IMPROVED HIGHWAY ACCESS SOUGHTGA06/09/20001B
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOUTH EAST BECOMES HOME FOR DUCKLINGSPC05/22/20003A
STAMO OUT HUNGERLOCAL MAIL CARRIERS COLLECT FOR HUNGRYPC05/14/20003A
YOUTH ENTREPRENEUR CAMPYOUTH ENTREPRENEUR CAMP SETPC05/01/20002A
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DEATHS-GROUT, KARADEATHSPC04/18/20004A
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SOUTH AFRICAS. AFRICAN KICKS OFF CELEBRATION OF AFRICAN RENAISDI04/17/20001A
YOUTHGRADUATE STUDENTS HOLD YOUTH FORUMPC04/12/20003A
SOUTH LIBERTYALTMAIER PRESERVES TOWN'S HISTORYPC03/27/20001A
UI-COMMUNICATIONS AND OUTREACH OFFICESPINNING THE IMAGE FOR A CLEAR UI IMAGEDI03/24/20006A
SOUTH AFRICAN PLAYWRIGHTSOUTH AFRICAN PLAYWRIGHT LECTURES AT UIPC02/24/20004D
UI-DROP-OUT RATEUI BETTER THAN MOST UNIVERSITIES AT KEEPING STUDENDI02/21/20004A
UI-DROPOUT RATEDROPOUT RATE DECLINING AMONG COLLEGE FRESHMENGA02/17/20001A
UI-ELECTRICAL OUTAGEFAULT IN LINE FOUND AFTER OUTAGE AT UIGA02/15/20003B
UI-POWER OUTAGECABLE THE CULPRIT IN UI POWER OUTAGE SUNDAYDI02/15/20003A
UI-POWER OUTAGEFUSE BLOWS; UI LIGHTS, COMPUTERS GO DOWNDI02/14/20001A
YOUTHTEEN PARTY BRINGS 34 CHARGESPC02/08/20003A
SOUTH CENTRAL DISTRICT PLANCOUNCIL TURNS FOCUS TO SOUTH-CENTRAL PLANGA01/31/20002B
SOUTHEAST IOWA CITYSE IOWA CITY RETAIL IN TROUBLEPC01/24/200011A
YOUTH VOTE 2000FORUM ENLIGHTENS YOUNG VOTERSDI01/24/20004A
YOUTH VOTEFORUM HOPES TO KICKSTART YOUTH VOTEDI01/21/20001A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPTEMPERS FLARE OVER MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPGA01/14/20001A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHPARENTS CAN GET HELP WITH SEXUALITY TALKSPC01/03/20003A
YOUTHPARENTS CAN GET HELP WITH SEXUALITY TALKSPC01/03/20003A
GIRL SCOUTSGOVERNOR PROMOTES GIRLS' PEACE EFFORTPC01/01/20003B
YOUTHFIFTY BUCKSGA12/23/19991A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPSANOTHER SIDE TO THE YOUTH CAMP STORYGA12/13/19996A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPSREQUEST TO OWN ROAD CRITICIZEDGA12/08/19992B
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPCORPS OPPOSES VACATING ROADSPC12/08/19993A
NEAR SOUTHSIDEAPARTMENTS UNDER CONSTRUCTIONPC12/04/19993A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPACCESS ROAD CONCERNS CAMOUFLAGE ETHNIC BIAS AGGA11/29/19994A
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MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPNEIGHBORS WANT TO OWN ACCESS ROADGA11/17/19991A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPRESIDENTS VOICE ROAD CONCERNSPC11/17/19993A
STOUT, KEVINHATE CRIME TRIAL DELAYED TO FEBRUARYPC10/21/19996A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTUI CREDIT UNION SUING STRIP MALL DEVELOPERGA10/13/19992B
COMING OUT DAYCOMING-OUT RALLY SOMBER, SUPPORTIVEDI10/12/1999 View1A
UI-HOSPITALS-REACH OUT AND READREADING PRESCRIBEDGA10/09/19991B
SOUTHWICK, LORENLANDOWNER CRITICIZES RELOCATION PROCESSGA10/08/19993B
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTS EXPLORE THEATERPC10/03/19993A
DEATHS-SOUTH, CECILEDEATHSPC10/02/19994A
SOUTH, CECILE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC10/02/19994A
DEATHS-SOUTH, CECILEDEATHSPC10/01/19994A
SOUTH, CECILE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC10/01/19994A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHJUVENILE ANTI-CRIME PROGRAM MAY LOSE FUNDSGA10/01/19995B
CITY HIGH-BLACKOUTCITY HIGH ENDURES BLACKOUTGA09/28/19991B
TRAIN ROUTEPLANNING FOR TRAIN ROUTECHUGS ALONGGA09/28/19993B
TRAIN ROUTESPLANS FOR NEW AMTRAK ROUTE DELAYEDPC09/28/19991A
CITY HIGH-POWER OUTAGEPOWER OUTAGE DISRUPTS CLASSESPC09/28/19993A
OUTKA, GENEYALE PROFESSOR TALKS ON LOVE, ABORTIONDI09/28/1999 View5A
OUTKA, GENEYALE ETHICIST TO SPEAK ON ABORTION AT UIPC09/22/19992A
YOUTHTEENS CARRY HOPES, FEARS OF THE Y2K GENERATIONPC09/13/19991A
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DEATHS-KOHOUT, MARGARETDEATHSPC08/23/19994A
KOHOUT, MARGARET-OBITUARYDEATHSPC08/23/19994A
DEATHS-KOHOUT, MARGARETDEATHSPC08/21/19994A
KOHOUT, MARGARET-OBITUARYDEATHSPC08/21/19994A
CITIZENS FOR TOBACCO FREE YOUTHFREE WILL, LAW CLASH IN SMOKE-FREE DEBATEPC08/07/19991A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHYOUTHS USE ART TO CONVEY ANTI-SMOKING MESSAGEPC08/07/19991B
DEATHS-GROUT, EARLDEATHSPC08/02/19994A
GROUT, EARL-OBITUARYDEATHSPC08/02/19994A
BOY SCOUTSBOY SCOUT TROOP REBORNPC07/30/19993A
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YOUTHJOB STUDY: TEEN GIRLS EARN LESS THAN BOYSPC06/29/19991A
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MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPSCAMP GROUP PITCHES PROPOSALPC06/23/19996A
DEATHS-GROUT, CLELDONDEATHSPC06/17/19994A
GROUT, CLELDON-OBITUARYDEATHSPC06/17/19994A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPCORPS CONSIDERS CAMP PROPOSALPC05/26/19993A
UI-PSYCHIATRIC OUTREACH TEAMUI PSYCHIATRIC OUTREACH TEAM WORKS WONDERSPC05/25/19999
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHLOCAL TEENS TO MAN STATE PREGNANCY PREVENTIONPC05/21/19993A
MUSLIM YOUTH CAMPPROPOSED CAMP CAUSES DEBATEPC05/19/19993A
YOUTHTEENS FEAR RACE, AGE BIAS FROM POLICEIC05/13/19997
YOUTHSTUDY: TEENS DRINK A LOTPC05/12/19991A
YOUTH VIOLENCEPARENTS PLAY PREVENTIVE ROLEPC04/26/19991A
YOUTHBLACK TRENCH COATS FACE LOCAL BIASDI04/26/1999 View1A
CITY HIGH-WALKOUTCITY STUDENTS STAGE WALKOUT OVER POLICIESPC04/24/19991A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSTUDENTS SHARE THEIR POETRY ACROSS STATEPC04/14/19993A
SOUTH SLOPE TELEPHONE COMPANYSOUTH SLOPE WANTS TO BUILD WIRELESS NETWORK INPC04/02/19994A
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STROUT, ELIZABETHHAIRCUT LEADS TO THE CALCULUA OF LOVE WITH MADI04/01/1999 View1C
YOUTH HOMESGIVING BACK AND LEARNINGPC03/26/19993A
SMOKE-OUTKOOP TO SMOKE-OUT IOWA CITYDI03/12/1999 View1A
YOUTHUNDERAGE TOBACCO ARRESTS CLIMBPC03/06/19997A
CITIZENS FOR TOBACCO FREE YOUTHDORM-SMOKING POLICY UNDER FIREDI02/25/1999 View1A
IN-OUT UPHOLSTRYFURNITURE BY DAY PHILOSOPHY BY NIGHTPC02/19/19995B
SOUTH AFRICAN YOUTH CHORUSYOUTH CHORUS BRIGHTENS ARENA WITH SIGHT, SOUNDPC02/09/19996A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHDWIGHT PRIDE FILLS STREETS OF HOMETOWNPC01/30/19991A
SOUTH AFRICAN OFFICIALDUGARD LECTURES ON CONFRONTING THE PASTDI01/29/1999 View3A
SOUTH AFRICAN ACTIVISTSOUTH AFRICAN ACTIVIST WARNS AGAINST FALSE OPTPC01/28/19993A
SOUTH AFRICAN SCHOLARSCHOLAR TO SPEAK ON SOUTH-AFRICAN EXPERIENCEDI01/28/1999 View3A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOUTH EAST OFFERS SUGGESTIONSPC01/15/19993A
YOUTHPARENTS CAN GET HELP WITH SEXUALITY TALKSPC01/03/19993A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHPARENTS CAN GET HELP WITH SEXUALITY TALKSPC01/03/19993A
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SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHCHESS REIGNS AT SOUTH EASTPC12/01/19983A
SMOKEOUTSMOKEOUT A CHANCE TO BUTT OUTDI11/19/1998 View1A
UI-IOWA YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCILKIDS HELP HOSPITAL SERVE BETTERPC11/16/19983A
OUTDOOR CINEMAOUTDOOR CINEMA COULD BE REALITYPC11/10/19983A
SOUTH AFRICALECTURER PRESENTS GRIM SIDE OF POST-APARTHEIDDI11/10/1998 View3A
OUTDOOR THEATRECITY MAKES WISHESPC10/28/19981A
GROUT, IDATWINS ENTER 80TH YEARPC10/26/19983A
COMING OUT RALLYCOMING OUT RALLY TURNS SOMBERPC10/12/19981A
COMING OUT DAYNATIONAL COMING OUT DAY SPARKS EMOTIONAL RESPODI10/12/1998 View1A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOUTH EAST STUDENT GETS MENINGITISPC10/03/19981A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHDISCOVERING AN UNLIKELY SOURCE FOR GREAT MUSICIC09/24/199811
FOUNTAIN OF YOUTHDISCOVERING AN UNLIKELY SOURCE FOR GREAT MUSICIC09/24/199811
BOY SCOUTSDIFFERENT ROUTES TO SAFETYPC09/19/19989A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHA BREATH OF FRESH AIRIC09/10/19989
YOUTHTRAINING WHEELSPC08/14/19985B
FIRES-GROUTARSON CAUSES $75,000 IN DAMAGE TO IOWA CITY HOPC07/03/19981A
GROUT, TRUDYARSON CAUSES $75,000 IN DAMAGE TO IOWA CITY HOPC07/03/19981A
YOUTH HOMES INC.EMPOWERING GIRLS FOCUS OF BOOK DRIVEPC06/20/19984A
CUB SCOUTSSCOUTS SET CAMP ATTENDANCE RECORDPC06/16/19983A
SOUTH SLOPE COOPERATIVE TELEPHONEPHONE COOPERATIVE EXPANDING SERVICEPC06/12/19983A
UI-POWER OUTAGEPOWER OUTAGE LEAVES UI CAMPUS IN THE DARKPC06/11/19983A
UI-POWER OUTAGEBLACKOUT HITS UI CAMPUSDI06/11/1998 View1A
YOUTHTEENS CASH IN ON GREAT JOBSPC06/08/19981A
YOUTHTEENS TALK ABOUT LIFE PRESSURESPC05/02/19983A
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DEATHS-KOUTSOUDAS, ANDREASDEATHSPC05/01/19984A
KOUTSOUDAS, ANDREAS-OBITUARYDEATHSPC05/01/19984A
YOUTHPLANNING FOR HEALTHY YOUTHPC04/17/19983A
HEALTHY COMMUNITY, HEALTHY YOUTH CONFERENCEPLANNING FOR HEALTHY YOUTHPC04/17/19983A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHFINALLY, A CLASS THAT TRULY ROCKSPC04/08/19983A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHREADING PROGRAM JOINS POLICE, STUDENTSPC04/02/19983A
CITY HIGH-DROP-OUT RATESSTUDENTS DISPUTE DROP IN DROP-OUT RATESIC02/19/19986
GIRL SCOUTSSCOUTS HELP FIRE VICTIMSPC02/18/19983A
BOY SCOUTSGLORIA DEI SCOUT TROOP CELEBRATES 50 YEARS, 30PC02/07/19981B
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOUTH EAST SENDS BAGS PACKINGPC02/04/19983A
DEATHS-KOUTSOUDAS, ANDREASDEATHSPC01/20/19984A
KOUTSOUDAS, ANDREAS-OBITUARYDEATHSPC01/20/19984A
CLINICAL OUTREACH SERVICESUI OPENS TWO NEW CLINICSPC01/09/19981A
YOUTHREPORT: TEEN BIRTH RATES DECLINE IN IOWAPC12/30/19973A
SMOKEOUTSTUDENTS TRY TO MAKE SMOKING HISTORYDI11/20/1997 View1A
ELECTRIC POWER OUTAGETRUCK DRIVER CAUSES CORALVILLE POWER OUTAGEDI11/20/1997 View1A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHCOLONIAL AMERICA COMES TO IOWA CITYPC10/31/19973A
SCHOOLS-POWER OUTAGEPOWER OUTAGE CLOSED SCHOOL DOORSPC10/28/199712A
YOUTH HOMESBUSINESSES, YOUTH GROUPS BAND TOGETHER IN TEENDI10/27/1997 View4A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHBUSINESSES, YOUTH GROUPS BAND TOGETHER IN TEENDI10/27/1997 View4A
YOUTHPROGRAM AIDS TEENS IN TROUBLEPC10/23/19973A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHPROGRAM AIDS TEENS IN TROUBLEPC10/23/19973A
COMING-OUT DAY RALLYI.C. CELEBRATES GAY PRIDE IN COMING-OUT RALLYDI10/13/1997 View1A
COMING OUT DAYCOMING OUT IN I.C.DI10/10/1997 View1A
NEAR SOUTHSIDENEAR SOUTHSIDE TAKES BACK SEATPC10/07/19973A
NEAR SOUTHSIDECOUNCIL TO CONSIDER OFFICE COMPLEX, PARKINGPC10/04/19973B
YOUTH SALUTEYOUTH SALUTE HONORS STUDENTSPC09/15/19973A
UI-SOUTH ASIAN STUDIESGRANT PROMOTES FOREIGN STUDYPC09/12/19973A
GIRL SCOUTSGIRLS KEEP MEMORY OF DI ALIVEPC09/05/19971A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH EX-TEACHER NOW IN SPOTLIGHT AS ATTORNEYPC09/01/19973A
NORTH LIBERTY POWER OUTAGESPOWER OUTAGES EXPLAINEDPC08/27/19974A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH2ND SCHOOL PLUGS INTO CHANNEL ONEPC08/01/19975A
PREFERRED STOCK OUTLET CLOTHINGBUSINESS TAKES STOCK OF 20 SUCCESSFUL YEARSPC07/26/199712A
RAGAN OUTDOOR ADVERTISINGCOMPANY MUST GO TO STATE TO RENEW BILLBOARD PEPC07/25/19977A
YOUTHPROJECT GIVES YOUTH JOBSPC07/23/19977A
URBAN YOUTH CORPSPROJECT GIVES YOUTH JOBSPC07/23/19977A
SOUTH PACIFICSOUTH PACIFIC REUNITES OLD FRIENDS ONSTAGEPC07/10/19973D
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHTEEN BANDS GET START IN FREE STUDIOPC07/10/19977D
YOUTHTEENS NOT CONCERNED BY NEW TOBACCO LAWSDI06/24/1997 View1A
DEATHS-STOUT, ANNADEATHSPC05/19/19978A
STOUT, ANNA-OBITUARYDEATHSPC05/19/19978A
UI-SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES PROGRAMCULTURE OF INDIA STATE CELEBRATED ON CAMPUSPC05/17/19978A
YOUTHBREAKING THE CYCLE OF GANGSPC05/15/19977A
YOUTHFROM PRAYING TO CLOTHING, TEENS TELL WHAT THEYPC05/03/19977A
SOUTH AFRICAN JUDGESOUTH AFRICAN JUDGE TO DISCUSS DEATH PENALTYPC04/02/19977A
SOUTH SYCAMORE REGIONAL STORM WATER PROJECT$1 MILLION STORM WATER PROJECT SETPC03/25/19975A
YOUTHYOUTH PROGRAM WOULD HELP WITH GRAFFITIPC03/15/19975A
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTWEST SIDE ATTRACTS 15 NEW BUSINESSESPC02/25/19971A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHCOMPUTER DONATION AIDS SOUTH EAST STUDENTSPC02/19/19975A
YOUTH HOMESSTATE TACKLES JUVENILE JUSTICEPC02/17/19971A
TANGER FACTORY OUTLET CENTERHEAD OF TANGER OUTLETS STARTS BUSINESS SCHOLARPC02/13/19977A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHCLUB IS A REAL PAGE-TURNERPC02/12/19977A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOUTH EAST LOSES LONGTIME FRIENDPC02/03/19977A
GIRL SCOUTSWIDENING GIRLS' WORLDSPC01/20/19975B
NEAR SOUTHSIDECITY ADJUSTS NEAR SOUTHSIDE PARKINGPC01/14/19975A
BUS ROUTESCOUNCIL DECIDES BUS ROUTES NEED NEW DIRECTIONPC01/14/19975A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLCOMMUNICATION NEEDED ON HONOR ROLL CHANGESPC01/13/19972A
SOUTH SLOPE COOPERATIVE TELEPHONE COMPANYSOUTH SLOPE RINGS UP PART OF CORALVILLEPC01/07/19973A
TRAIN ROUTESIOWA LOOKS AT RAILROAD EXPANSION IN MIDWESTPC12/25/19967A
UI-DROPOUTSCOLLEGE DROPOUTSDI12/17/1996 View1A
YOUTH HOMESMORE POWER IN YOUTH HOMES-FOUR OAKS MERGERPC12/11/19967A
YOUTH HOMESYOUTH HOMES-FOUR OAKS MERGER MOVED FORWARDPC12/10/19967A
OUTBACK BOWLSANTA SHOWS TRUE COLORS, BACKS UI FOR BIGGER BPC11/27/19961A
SMOKE OUTEFFORTS MADE TO COMBAT AMERICANS' ADDICTION TODI11/20/1996 View3A
SMOKEOUTCAKE'S CANDLES NOT LIT IN HONOR OF SMOKEOUTPC11/15/19965A
YOUTHIOWA FIGHTS TO REDUCE NUMBER OF TEEN-AGE PREGNDI11/07/1996 View3A
VOTER TURNOUTCOUNTY TURNS OUT TO PICK LEADERSPC11/06/19964A
VOTER TURNOUTVOTE STRONG, NO RECORDPC11/05/19961A
VOTER TURNOUTSPRECINCT FACTS LINK AGE, VOTING RECORDPC11/04/19963A
YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATIONCLUB FORMAT PASSED FOR LOCAL PLAYERSPC11/04/19961B
COMING OUT DAYI.C. CELEBRATES COMING OUT DAYDI10/14/1996 View2A
COMING OUT DAYRALLY SET FOR COMING OUT DAYDI10/11/1996 View1A
YOUTH HOMES INC.HOMELESS YOUTH LOSE A SOURCE OF STABILITYPC10/10/19965A
YOUTHTEEN ANGELS OR TEEN DEVILS?PC09/21/19961A
YOUTH SALUTE PROGRAMEASTERN IOWA SENIORS SALUTED AS LEADERSPC09/16/19967A
UI-OUT OF STATE STUDENTSUI REMAINS SOUGHT AFTER BY OUT-OF-STATE STUDENDI09/05/1996 View1A
UI-OUTDOOR ARTOUTDOOR ART ENHANCES UI CAMPUSDI08/28/1996 View2A
UI-OUT-OF-STATE ENROLLMENTOUT-OF-STATERS FLOCK TO UIPC08/20/19961A
TALENT SPROUTS8-YEAR-OLD LOCAL BOY FINDS SUCCESS IN TALENT SPC08/14/19967A
UI-VOTER TURNOUTGROUPS TRY TO BOOST YOUNG VOTER TURNOUTDI07/24/1996 View1A
SOUTHERN CHURCHESMUSIC, STORYTELLING BENEFIT SUNDAY FOR SOUTHERPC07/18/19965D
YOUTH FITNESSARE TOO MANY KIDS LIVING IN FAT CITY?PC07/18/19961C
UI-DROP-OUT RATEDROP-OUT RATE AT UI BELOW AVERAGEDI07/12/1996 View1A
UI-DROPOUT RATEFRESHMEN QUIT AT RECORD RATEPC07/11/19961A
YOUTHDO CONDUCT RULES HELP TEENS?PC07/01/19961A
YOUTHOFFICIALS: CURFEW NOT NEEDEDDI06/11/1996 View1A
YOUTH CRIMEDO CURFEWS HELP?PC06/10/19961A
UI-SPROUT HOUSE INFANT AND TODDLER CENTERSPROUT HOUSE SPRINGS UP TO TAKE CARE OF TINY TPC05/29/19961A
YOUTHSHARED READING LEAVES IMPRINTPC05/23/19961A
YOUTHTEEN JOB OUTLOOK BRIGHTPC05/23/19961A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHA SUCCESS STORYPC05/18/19961B
YOUTHLOCAL YOUTHS REDISCOVERING RELIGIONPC05/02/19961A
YOUTH CRIMEVIOLENCE IN JOHNSON COUNTYPC04/20/19961A
YOUTH CRIMEANCHOR PUSHES KIDS TO CHANGEPC04/20/19964A
YOUTH VIOLENCEFIGHTING TEEN VIOLENCEPC04/15/19967A
GIRL SCOUTSLEADING THE WAYPC04/13/19961B
DEATHS-REDDOUT, DORISDEATHSPC04/09/19964A
REDDOUT, DORIS-OBITUARYDEATHSPC04/09/19964A
DEATHS-REDDOUT, DORISDEATHSPC04/08/19966A
REDDOUT, DORIS-OBITUARYDEATHSPC04/08/19966A
AGRICULTURAL YOUTH INSTITUTEINSTITUTE GIVES YOUTH LOOK AT AGRICULTUREPC03/23/19967A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHPARENTS ENTER TIME WARP OF FUN AT JUNIOR HIGHPC03/15/19967A
FOUTS, MICHELLEWOMEN WED AMID CONTROVERSYDI03/07/1996 View1A
YOUTH ART MONTHSTUDENTS, BUSINESSES CELEBRATE ART MONTHPC03/02/19961B
NEAR SOUTHSIDEPROJECT TO GAUGE COUNCIL SUPPORTPC02/29/19963A
NEAR SOUTHSIDENEAR SOUTHSIDE PLAN TOPS CITY PRIORITY LISTPC02/29/19963A
NEAR SOUTHSIDE DESIGN PLANSOUTHSIDE FIX LOSES SPEEDPC02/19/19961A
DIROUTH, LAURITHE LAST TREES TO FALLIC02/01/19964
YOUTHDRUGS AND MONEY TROUBLE AREA TEENSPC01/22/19961A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS' HONORSPC12/15/19955B
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHDISTRICT SETS HEARING ON USE OF R-RATED FILMPC12/08/19953A
SOUTHERN CULTURE ON THE SKIDSBEING LABELED GEEK ROCK SUITS THIS BAND JUST FINEPC11/25/19953B
SMOKEOUTA NIX ON NICOTINEDI11/16/1995 View1A
GIRL SCOUTSTROOPS GATHER FOOD, CLOTHINGPC10/30/19951B
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMRAFFLE FOR RESTORED '53 DODGE TUESDAYPC10/27/19959A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSTUDENTS GET CLOSE LOOK AT RIVERPC10/21/19953A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS TROOPING IN TOWN TO GATHER FOOD FOR NEEDYPC10/18/19957A
COMING OUT DAYIOWA CITY COMES OUT FOR RALLYDI10/12/1995 View1A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHKIDS GET EXTRA REASONS TO TOP FUND-RAISING GOALPC10/12/19957A
COMING OUT DAYNATIONAL COMING OUT DAY CELEBRATEDDI10/11/1995 View1A
UI - MOUTAINEERSWORLDWIDE TRAVEL IS TOPIC OF DISCUSSION SERIESPC10/06/19957A
SCHOOLS - DROP-OUTSBOARD TO DISCUSS DROP-OUT NUMBERSPC09/23/19954A
UI - SUPER CHEVY SHOOTOUTIOWA HOOP TOURNEY GETS NEW SPONSORSPC09/23/19951C
NATIONAL COUNCIL ON YOUTH LEADERSHIPNATIONAL COUNCIL HONORS 235 AREA TEENSPC09/16/19953A
NATIONAL COUNCIL ON YOUTH LEADERSHIPYOUNG LEADERS FROM AREA SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SUNDAYPC09/16/19956B
YOUTHNATIONAL COUNCIL HONORS 235 AREA TEENSPC09/16/19953A
YOUTH LEADERSYOUNG LEADERS FROM AREA SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SUNDAYPC09/16/19956B
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOUTH EAST FINDS PROGRAM PAYS OFFPC09/05/19951A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHLOCAL VICTIM PROGRAMS AWARDED SERVICE GRANTSDI07/21/1995 View3A
UI - ARTS/EDUCATION OUTREACHUI ARTS/EDUCATION OUTREACH SHOULD BE REVIVEDDI07/07/1995 View4A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHPROGRAM GIVES SNEAK PEEK AT 7TH GRADEPC07/05/19955A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHTECH CLASS BUILDS BRIDGE BETWEEN COMPUTER, REALPC07/04/19955A
UI - YOUTH EMPOWERMENT AND SELF SUFFICIENCY PROGRAKIDS TALK SHOP AT UIPC07/01/199510A
BOY SCOUTS3 BROTHERS EARN RANK OF EAGLE SCOUTPC06/23/19954B
BOY SCOUTSYOUTH EARNS EAGLE SCOUT BADGEPC06/03/19954D
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMMAYOR'S YOUTH DEBT SOARS UNDER FRASERPC06/03/19951A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMMAYOR'S YOUTH WANTS TO CUT CITY TIES, BECOME INDEPPC06/03/19954A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMTRYING TO DO 2 JOBS TOOK TOLL, FRASER SAYSPC06/03/19954A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHS.E. JOB LURES AREA PRINCIPALPC06/02/19955A
UI - ARTS OUTREACH PROGRAMEND NEAR FOR SHINING LIGHT AT UIPC05/27/19957A
ANDERSON'S OUTDOORUNITED TITLE SERVICES, INC., 821 S. GILBERT ST.PC05/24/199514A
ANDERSON'S OUTDOORANDERSON'S OUTDOOR, NORTH LIBERTYPC05/24/199514A
UI - ARTS/OUTREACH PROGRAMUI SHOULD RESTORE ARTS OUTREACH PROGRAMPC05/20/199511A
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTS HELP OKLAHOMA SISTERS CENT BY CENTPC05/19/19957A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSCHOOL DISTRICT CLOSE TO FILLING S.E. NO. 2 SPOTPC05/16/19957A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHTALENT SEARCH HONORS SOUTH EAST STUDENTSPC05/12/19956A
DEATHS - SOUTH, MICHAELDEATHSPC05/06/19954A
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SOUTH, MICHAEL - OBITUARYDEATHSPC05/06/19954A
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UI - YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAMPROGRAM LETS STUDENTS LEARN LEADERSHIP FROM UIPC04/19/19951A
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SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENTCITY, SOUTHGATE TRIAL DATE SET IN CHILD INJURYPC02/10/19955A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHI WOULDN'T BE ALIVE RIGHT NOW WITHOUT WORKER'SPC01/27/19954A
YOUTH AGENCIESSTATE MAY END PROJECTPC01/27/19951A
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UI - ARTS OUTREACHUI ARTS OUTREACH, BUSINESS JOIN EFFORTSPC01/17/19954B
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UI-ARTS EDUCATION/OUTREACHPROGRAM WEAVES ART, LESSONSPC12/24/19941A
BOY SCOUTS3 PRESENT EAGLE SCOUTS PROJECTAPC12/24/19941B
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YOUTHBOOKS BEGIN FRIENDSHIPSPC12/19/19945A
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SMOKEOUT24 HOURS WITHOUT A SMOKE?PC11/17/19941A
OUT(PLAY)PLAY CONFRONTS OUTING WITH A SENSE OF HUMORIM11/17/19948
UI-ARTS EDUCATION/OUTREACH PROGRAMSTORE, UI JOIN FORCES IN OUTREACH PROGRAMPC11/16/19947B
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHROCKWELL ELECTRONICS HELP PROMOTE ENGINEERINGPC11/11/19945A
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BOY SCOUTSLOCAL SCOUTS TO COLLECT FOOD FOR CRISIS CENTERPC11/02/19947A
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BUS ROUTESIOWA CITY COUNCIL WRESTLES WITH HOW TO CHANGEPC10/11/19941A
YOUTH HOMES INC.YOUTH HOMES THANKS DONORS AT OPEN HOUSEPC10/05/19946A
YOUTH HOMES, INC.YOUTH HOMES TO DEBUT REMODELED HOMES TODAYPC10/04/19945A
YOUTH LEADERSHIP SEMINARFUN HELPS TEENS LEARN HOW TO LEADPC10/03/19944A
SOUTHEAST RECORDS2 LOCAL MUSIC MOGULS BOOST MIDWEST BANDSDI09/28/1994 View5B
YOUTH HOMES INC.UI STUDENT WORKS TO NURTURE TROUBLED TEENSDI09/28/1994 View2A
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BUS ROUTESBUS ROUTES NEED CHANGES, REVIEW SAYSPC08/27/19944A
PRAIRIE SCOUTSTEAM EFFORTPC08/23/19947A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHGRANT TARGETS JUVENILE CRIMEPC08/19/19941B
UI-ARTS OUTREACHUI ARTS OUTREACH SPREADING ITS WINGSPC08/16/19947A
YOUTH HOMES3 YOUTH GROUPS GET FUNDING FOR PROJECTSPC08/05/19947A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH3 YOUTH GROUPS GET FUNDING FOR PROJECTSPC08/05/19947A
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YOUTH SERVICES FOUNDATIONYEARLY DINNER, GARDEN PARTY IN WORKS TO BENEFIPC06/06/19941B
UI-ARTS OUTREACH PROGRAMART OUTREACH SLATED TO ENDPC05/27/19941B
UI-ARTS OUTREACHDOCUMENTARY ABOUT MEMORIAL TO SHOOTING VICTIMSPC05/26/19943D
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSTUDENTS DIG UP DIRT ON OTHER CULTURESPC05/19/19941B
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTS TO PLANT FLOWERS ALONG RIVERPC05/12/19947A
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YOUTHI.C. YOUTH MAY BENEFIT FROM $10 MILLION GRANTDI04/27/1994 View3A
SOUTH AFRICALOCAL S. AFRICANS TO TAKE PART IN VOTEDI04/26/1994 View1A
SOUTH AFRICASTUDENT RELISHES CHANCE TO VOTEPC04/26/19941A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHTROUPE PUTS TEEN ISSUES AT CENTER STAGEPC04/25/19941A
SCHOOLS-DROPOUT PREVENTIONGRANT AIMED AT CUTTING DROPOUT RATES TO PAY FOPC04/23/19941B
GIRL SCOUTSSCOUT TROOPS PLAN EARTH DAY FESTIVITIESPC04/21/19941B
BOY SCOUTSSCOUT TROOPS PLAN EARTH DAY FESTIVITIESPC04/21/19941B
GIRL SCOUTSLOCAL TROOPS COLLECTING FOR EARTHQUAKE VICTIMSPC04/06/19942B
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSHIRT SALES BENEFIT PARKPC04/02/19941B
YOUTH HOMESYOUTH SHELTER GETS NEW HOMEPC03/31/19941B
HOME AND OUTDOOR EXPO1994 KXIC HOME & OUTDOOR EXPOPC03/31/19941B
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UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHGRASSLEY MEETS WITH IOWA CITY YOUTHSPC03/30/19945A
YOUTH HOMES, INC.CITY GETS $56,310 FOR LOCAL SHELTERSPC03/26/19941A
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMPROGRAM GRANT WILL GIVE JOBS TO 17 YOUTHSPC03/25/19941B
OUTDOOR RECREATIONUI OFFERING OUTDOOR RECREATION TRIPSPC03/23/19947A
GIRL SCOUTSGOVERNOR TO HONOR AREA GIRL SCOUT TROOP'S WORKPC03/21/19941B
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MEATOUTMEATOUT CHALLENGES PEOPLE TO TAKE ACTIONDI03/15/1994 View2A
YOUTH ART MONTHCURIOUS CREATIONSPC03/15/19947A
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BOY SCOUTS4 GET EAGLE SCOUT BADGES SUNDAYPC03/11/19948A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS DUE TO INVADE UI CAMPUSDI03/11/1994 View2A
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BOY SCOUTSBOY SCOUTS ENJOY IGLOO, CAMPOUTPC03/10/19943B
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SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHPARENTS GET TASTE OF JUNIOR HIGH LIFEPC03/01/19941A
NEAR SOUTHSIDE DEVELOPMENTSOUTH OF DOWNTOWN:DEVELOP WITH CAREIM03/01/19949
NEAR SOUTHSIDE REVITALIZATION PLANTAX-FREE CONSTRUCTION DEBATED BY COUNCILORSDI03/01/1994 View3A
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YOUTH AND ELDERLY IN SERVICE2 PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN ON WAITING LISTPC02/25/19943C
YOUTH-CLUBSTUDENTS AND ADULTS WELCOME PRIVATE TEEN HANGTPC02/24/19941B
YOUTH-CLUBCLUB WILL OFFER TEENS NEW PLACE TO PARTYPC02/24/19941B
YOUTH HOMES INC.YOUTH HOMES BUYS HOPE HOUSE FACILITYPC02/12/19946A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS FOR 50 YEARSPC02/11/19941B
BOY SCOUTSAREA BOY SCOUTS LEARN LESSONS DURING COLD-WEATPC01/31/19941B
STROUT, WILLIAMASSAULTED STUDENT HOPES GUILTY PLEA ENDS PUBLIPC01/28/19941B
OUTSIDERSCAST KEEPS OUTSIDERS FROM SINKINGPC01/26/19949A
BOY SCOUTSFRED MOORE ALWAYS A BOY SCOUT AT HEARTCR01/26/19947S
UI-ELECTRICAL BLACKOUTBLACKOUT LEAVES UI IN THE DARK, COLD AFTER SUBDI01/19/1994 View1A
OUTREACH IOWACOPING WITH CRISISPC01/10/19945A
YOUTH EMERGENCY SHELTERYOUTH HOME SQUABBLE INJURES POLICE OFFICERPC01/06/19941B
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YOUTH-BUSINESSAT YOUR SERVICEPC12/13/19931B
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YOUTH HOMES INC.YOUTH PROGRAM SEEKS NEW HOMEPC11/30/19931B
PEOPLE OUT WORKING TO END RAPEPOWER: VIOLENCE AWARENESS INCREASEDDI11/29/1993 View4A
UI-ARTS OUTREACH PROGRAMDEVELOPING CHARACTERSPC11/19/19931B
SMOKEOUTSMOKEOUT OFFERS CHANCE TO QUIT FOR REAL THIS TDI11/18/1993 View3A
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GIRL SCOUTSLOCAL SCOUTS CUT A RUG TO HELP FLOOD VICTIMSPC11/15/19931B
UI-OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTSREPUTATION AS GOOD OUT-OF-STATE CHOICE BENEFITPC11/11/19931C
YOUTHRESIDENTS THINK CITY SHOULD ADOPT MORE PROGRAMPC10/23/199310A
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BOY SCOUTSJAMBOREEPC08/23/19931B
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BOY SCOUTSJAMBOREE UPDATEPC08/07/19931B
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UI-ART OUTREACHYOUNG OF ART SHARE STORIES OF OLDPC06/25/19931C
UI-ARTS OUTREACH PROGRAMARTS OUTREACH SHARES YOUTHS' SUMMER WORKPC06/24/19934D
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UNITED YOUTH CAREERSUNITED YOUTH CAREERS IS NOT A LOCAL GROUPPC06/14/19931B
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHUNITED YOUTH CAREERS IS NOT A LOCAL GROUPPC06/14/19931B
YOUTH-EMPLOYMENTSTUDENTS RACE FOR JOBSPC05/13/19931A
YOUTH FOR CHRISTBOOK SALE ORGANIZERS FIND RARE DONATIONSPC04/29/19931C
COMIC BOOK & SPORTS CARD BLOWOUTFANS INVADE LOCAL BLOWOUTPC04/26/19931A
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HOME AND OUTDOOR EXPOHOME AND OUTDOOR EXPO READY TO GROWPC03/18/199310C
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UI-ARTS OUTREACH PROGRAMSYMPOSIUM SETPC03/04/19934D
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BOY SCOUTSNEIGHBORSPC02/20/19931B
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YOUTH HOMESGROUP CARE BELEAGUERED BY STATE CAPSPC12/21/19921A
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YOUTHHOTLINE HELPS TEENS DEAL WITH SCHOOL, FAMILY PDI12/11/1992 View2A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHHOTLINE HELPS TEENS DEAL WITH SCHOOL, FAMILY PDI12/11/1992 View2A
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UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHTALK LINE LETS TEENS TELL PROBLEMS TO PEERPC12/08/19921C
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHGEOGRAPHY FAIR GIVES STUDENTS WORLD OF IDEASPC12/07/19921B
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMCITY GETS GRANT TO START YOUTH BUSINESSPC12/05/19923B
SOUTHEAST RECORDSSOUTHEAST RECORD CARVES OUT ANOTHER IOWA COMPLDI12/04/1992 View8B
YOUTH HOMESHELPING CHILDREN FEEL AT HOMEPC10/30/19921C
SMOKEOUTCOLD TURKEYPC10/20/19921C
COMING OUT DAYHOMOSEXUAL GROUPS PLAN WEEK OF EVENTSPC10/10/19922C
BABY MOUTHSTAKING MEASURE OF BABY MOUTHSPC10/01/19921C
BOY SCOUTSHIGH ADVENTUREPC09/01/19921C
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSCHOOL OFFICIALS COME TO TERMS WITH CROWDINGPC09/01/19921B
BOY SCOUTSNEIGHBORSPC08/17/19921C
UI-ARTS EDUCATION/OUTREACH PROGRAMTARGET RENEWS GIFT TO UI ARTS PROGRAMPC08/14/19921C
YOUTH ORGANIZATIONNON-PROFITS CAN BE WITHOUT EXEMPTIONPC08/05/19921A
YOUTHFORUM OPENS DISCOURSE ON TEEN-AGERS ACTIVITIESDI07/29/1992 View1A
CHECK-OUT SCANNERSMOST STORES CHECK OUTPC07/25/19921B
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MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMMAYOR'S YOUTH PROGRAM GETS STATE JOBS GRANTPC07/16/19922C
NATIONAL JUNIOR TENNIS LEAGUE REGIONAL SHOOT-OUTTENNIS SHOOT-OUT TEACHES SPORTSMANSHIP, HAVINGPC07/13/19921D
YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATIONYOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION PROVIDES HIGH-LEVELPC07/07/19923D
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YOUTHMERCHANTS CONCERNED OVER LOITERING YOUTHSDI07/02/1992 View1A
YOUTH HOMEIOWA AVENUE SITE SEEN AS YOUTH HOMEPC07/01/19921B
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHIOWA AVENUE SITE SEEN AS YOUTH HOMEPC07/01/19921B
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MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMMAYOR'S YOUTH PARTICIPANTS HONOREDPC06/18/19922C
YOUTH SERVICES FOUNDATIONHISTORIC DISTRICT HOLDS PARTY TO HELP YOUTHSPC06/05/19921B
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YOUTH EVANGELISM SERVICEAREA YOUTH SERVING IN GUATEMALAPC05/15/19922C
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MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMMAYOR'S EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM CREATES JOBS FOR ARDI04/06/1992 View3A
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SMOKE OUT WEEKACTIVITIES MAY HELP SMOKERS RISE ABOVE HABITDI03/30/1992 View2A
UI-RURAL YOUTH DISABILITY PREVENTION PROJECTCHANGES CAN MAKE FARMS SAFE FOR KIDSPC03/20/19921B
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOUTH EAST STUDENT ON STATE TEAM IN U.S. MATHPC03/20/19921B
DEATHS-GROUT, WINIFREDDEATHSPC03/17/19922B
GROUT, WINIFREDDEATHSPC03/17/19922B
SMOKE OUT WEEKFULL WEEK OF EDUCATION WILL HELP SMOKERS QUITPC03/13/19921B
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YOUTH GROUPSUNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH NOT SOLICITING; GROUPSPC03/03/19923B
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHUNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH NOT SOLICITING; GROUPSPC03/03/19923B
NEAR SOUTHSIDE REDEVELOPMENT PLANCOUNCIL DEBATES HOUSING IN DEVELOPMENTPC03/03/19921A
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UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHVICTIM SERVICE PROGRAMS RECEIVE FUNDSDI02/18/1992 View2A
NEAR SOUTHSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD REDEVELOPMENTCOUNCIL DEBATES AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN DEVELOPMPC02/12/19921A
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YOUTH HOMESSOCIAL SERVICE AGENCIES TURNING TO STATE GRANTPC01/22/19921B
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHSOCIAL SERVICE AGENCIES TURNING TO STATE GRANTPC01/22/19921B
BOY SCOUTSEAGLE SCOUT HONORSPC01/21/19921C
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMAGENCY GETS GRANTPC01/17/19922B
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSTUDENTS STUDY CAREERSPC01/10/19922B
YOUTH HOMES INC.BUDGET CUTS WILL HURT CHILDREN ADVOCATES SAYPC01/09/19921A
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TRAIN ROUTEPROPOSED TRAIN ROUTE WILL EASE TRAVELDI12/03/1991 ViewP.2,C.1
DAY WITHOUT ARTIC ARTISTS EXPRESSS THEIR IDEAS ON AIDS IN DAY WITHOUT ARTDI12/03/1991 ViewP.8,C.1
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DAY WITHOUT ARTLOCAL BUSINESSES MARK DAY WITHOUT ARTPC11/30/1991P.1B,C.3
SMOKE-OUTBAN MAY BE INCENTIVE TO QUIT SMOKINGDI11/21/1991 ViewP.2A,C.1
SMOKEOUTIOWA CITIANS HAVE SUCCESS SNUFFING HABITPC11/20/1991P.1A,C.3
SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNALISTSOUTH AFRICAN JOURNALIST VISITS UI TONIGHTDI11/18/1991 ViewP.2A,C.1
YOUTH HOMES INC.CORALVILLE WOMAN GETS STATE VOLUNTEER AWARDPC11/07/1991P.1B,C.1
UI-ARTS EDUCATION/OUTREACH PROGRAMTARGET DONATION WILL AID ARTS OPPORTUNITIESDI11/07/1991 ViewP.3A,C.3
UI-RURAL YOUTH DISABILITY PREVENTIONFARM CHILDREN FACE HIGH RISKSDI11/01/1991 ViewP.4A,C.1
UI-DAY WITHOUT ARTDAY WITHOUT ART PLANNED AT UIDI10/31/1991 ViewP.6B,C.1
NEAR SOUTHSIDE RESIDENTIAL AREACITY STOPS HIGH-RISE APARTMENTPC10/30/1991P.1A,C.3
ARTS OUTREACHARTS OUTREACH UNITES ARTISTS AND STUDENTSDI10/30/1991 ViewP.6B,C.1
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS TO START FOOD DRIVE SATURDAYPC10/25/1991P.1B,C.4
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSTUDENTS CROWDING CLASSROOMS AT SOUTH EAST JUNIORPC10/08/1991P.1A,C.3
YOUTH FESTIVALCOMMUNITY GIES IC YOUTH SUPPORTDI10/07/1991 ViewP.3A,C.5
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHCOMMUNITY GIES IC YOUTH SUPPORTDI10/07/1991 ViewP.3A,C.5
CELEBRATE YOUTH FESTIVALCOMMUNITY GIES IC YOUTH SUPPORTDI10/07/1991 ViewP.3A,C.5
YOUTHYOUTH IN SPOTLIGHTPC10/05/1991P.1B,C.1
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHYOUTH IN SPOTLIGHTPC10/05/1991P.1B,C.1
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SAVVY BOUTIQUESAVVY BOUTIQUE CONSIGNMENT STORE EXPANDS, GETS NEW ADDRESSPC09/23/1991P.8C,C.1
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YOUTH HOSTELSYOUTH HOSTELS OFFER EXCITING LODGINGDI09/16/1991 ViewP.2A,C.1
STOUT, MYRON-OBITUARYDEATHSPC09/03/1991P.2B,C.4
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YOUTH ORCHESTRAYOUTH ORCHESTRA A PLUS TO U OF I MATHEMATICIANCR03/01/1989P.7S,C.1
SOUTHEAST IOWA AGRICULTURAL RESEARCHAG GROUP TO DISCUSS RESEARCH RESULTSPC02/28/1989P.6D,C.1
UI-SOUTH AFRICAN AZANIAN STUDENT MOVELOCAL ACTIVISTS RALLY BEHIND STRUGGLE AGAINST APARTHEIDDI02/20/1989 ViewP.3A,C.1
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BLACK SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPSALE PLANNED TO AID SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTSDI10/14/1988 ViewP.4A,C.1
UI-SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTSGROUP AIDS BLACK SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTSPC10/13/1988P.1B,C.2
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YOUTH 2000REGIONAL GROUP TO AIR NEEDS OF IOWA YOUTHPC10/10/1988P.1B,C.1
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SOUTH AFRICARALLY, VIDEOS, PLAY FOR UI'S ANTI-APARTHEID WEEKPC09/07/1988P.1B,C.2
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YOUTH HOMES INCPARENTS PRAISE SUMMER PROGRAMPC08/26/1988P.1B,C.2
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMMAYOR'S YOUTH GETS STATE GRANTPC08/23/1988P.1B,C.1
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHGANNETT GIVES $3,000 TO UAYPC08/18/1988P.1B,C.1
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BOY SCOUT TROOP 212COMMUNITY ALBUM PAGEPC07/29/1988P.6A,C.1
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BOY SCOUTSGEASLAND GETS EAGLE AWARDPC06/18/1988P.3C,C.1
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YOUTH HOMES INC.HYPERACTIVE KIDS TO GET HELP FROM LOCAL SUMMER PROGRAMDI05/05/1988 ViewP.3,C.1
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHLOCAL AGENCIES HELP VICTIMSPC05/05/1988P.1B,C.2
BICYCLE ROUTES-MAPS-SUGARBOTTOM LOOPIOWA CITY GROUP PEDDLES 2-WHEEL SAFETY, FUNPC05/04/1988P.1C,C.2
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UI-HOSPITALS-AIDS OUTPATIENT CLINICMEDICAL, SOCIAL SPECIALISTS TO WORK AT CLINICDI04/13/1988 ViewP.1A,C.1
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UI-SOUTHERN AFRICA TANZANIAN STUDENT ASSOSUZMAN TAKES ISSUE WITH SAASU EDITORIALDI04/07/1988 ViewP.1A,C.1
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YOUTH HOMES INC.YOUTH HOMES INC. FINDS HOUSE FOR GIRLSPC03/10/1988P.3A,C.1
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SOUTH AFRICAS. AFRICAN FINDS THIS RALLY DIFFERENTPC03/05/1988P.3A,C.5
SOUTH AFRICA16 PROTEST APARTHEID AT UI RALLYPC03/05/1988P.3A,C.4
KOREAN SOUTHERN BAPTISTSKOREANS WORSHIP AS BAPTISTSPC02/29/1988P.3A,C.2
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UI-HOSPITALS-AIDS OUTPATIENT CLINICUI HOSPITALS TO OPEN AIDS OUTPATIENT CLINICDI02/22/1988 ViewP.1A,C.4
SOUTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST PARENTS SWAP JOBS FOR CHILDREN'S CLASSROOMSPC02/16/1988P.1A,C.2
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BOY SCOUTSEAGLE SCOUT FOR ASKELSONPC12/19/1987P.5C,C.1
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GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT1 DAY LEADS TO 365PC11/18/1987P.1C,C.2
BOY SCOUTSBOY SCOUT POPCORN SALE STARTSPC11/14/1987P.3A,C.1
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UI-SOUTHERN AFRICA WEEKHISTORY PROFESSOR TO VISITDI10/16/1987 ViewP.2A,C.1
YOUTH HOMES INC.GRANT ALLOWS YOUTH SHELTER TO INSTITUTE NEW PROGRAMDI10/13/1987 ViewP.2A,C.2
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHGRANT ALLOWS YOUTH SHELTER TO INSTITUTE NEW PROGRAMDI10/13/1987 ViewP.2A,C.2
SONIC YOUTH (BAND)SONIC YOUTH PLAYING GABE'SDI10/09/1987 ViewP.8B,C.1
YOUTH HOMES INC.DELINQUENTS MIGHT DO TIME IN OWN HOMESPC10/06/1987P.3A,C.5
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHDELINQUENTS MIGHT DO TIME IN OWN HOMESPC10/06/1987P.3A,C.5
YOUTH ORCHESTRAYOUTH ORCHESTRA STARTS 16TH SEASON ON NOV. 8PC10/02/1987P.3C,C.1
YOUTH HOMES INC.PROPOSED HOUSE FOR ABUSED GIRLS SOLDPC09/30/1987P.3A,C.2
YOUTH HOMES INC.YOUTH PROGRAM SEEKS NEW HOUSING SITE AFTER DISPUTEDI09/29/1987 ViewP.3A,C.1
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHSOCIAL SERVICES GROUPS ASK SUPERVISORS FOR EARLY FUNDSDI09/16/1987 ViewP.2A,C.2
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH2 SOCIAL SERVICE GROUPS ASK COUNTY FOR FUNDS TO OFFSET CUTSPC09/16/1987P.3A,C.1
YOUTH GOODWILL MISSION OF TAIWANTAIWAN DANCERS TO VISIT UIDI09/14/1987 ViewP.2A,C.1
BOY SCOUTSALPHA PHI OMEGA HAS ROOTS IN SCOUTINGDI09/11/1987 ViewP.4A,C.1
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMMAYOR'S YOUTH WINS GRANTDI08/26/1987 ViewP.2A,C.1
YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPSYOUTH FINISH HOOVER PROJECTSPC08/25/1987P.3A,C.4
BOY SCOUTSTHE RACE IS ONCR08/19/1987P.3S,C.1
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMYOUTHS GET DIRTY IN WORK PROGRAMDI07/24/1987 ViewP.1,C.4
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMHARD-WORKING YOUTH STABILIZE RALSTON CREEKPC07/22/1987P.3A,C.2
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YOUTH HOMES INC.IOWA CITY: AREA GROUPS GET INTERNATIONAL HELPPC05/23/1987P.3A,C.1
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MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMYOUTH EMPLOYMENT RECEIVES GRANTPC04/16/1987P.3A,C.1
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ARMENTROUT, RANDYA WORN OUT ROCK-ALIKE (PHOTOGRAPH)PC03/13/1987P.1A,C.1
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OUTWARD (PLAY)COMBINATION OF CLASSICS FAILS TO PROVIDE COHESIVE THEATERDI03/11/1987 ViewP.6B,C.1
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMYOUTH WORK PROJECT RECEIVES STATE GRANTDI03/10/1987 ViewP.2A,C.1
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MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMIOWA CITY: JOBS FOR YOUTHPC03/09/1987P.3A,C.1
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YOUTH HOMES INC.YOUTH HOME, MERCY GET GANNETT GRANTSPC03/06/1987P.3A,C.1
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UI-SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAMSUI OFFERS PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTSPC03/04/1987P.3C,C.5
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BROWN, CLARENCE 'GATEMOUTH'ALL-AROUNDER GUITARIST SET TO PERFORM TONIGHTDI02/26/1987 ViewP.6B,C.1
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UI-SOUTH AFRICAN INVESTMENTSUI TO DISINVEST IN 35 FIRMSPC06/04/1985P.1A,C.2
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UI-SOUTH AFRICAN INVESTMENTSCOURT JAMMED WITH UI PROTESTERS' INNOCENT PLEASPC05/17/1985P.1A,C.1
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT INC.DEVELOPER PLANS SHOPPING CENTER NEAR K MARTPC05/17/1985P.2A,C.1
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UI-SOUTH AFRICAN STOCKSA MOM'S-EYE VIEWPC05/10/1985P.7A,C.4
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UI-SOUTH AFRICAN STOCKSIT'S UI'S DUTY TO DIVEST, SPEAKERS TELL NEW PANELPC05/09/1985P.1A,C.1
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UI-SOUTH AFRICAN STOCKSTHE TARGETPC05/03/1985P.2A,C.1
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YOUTH FOR UNDERSTANDINGHIS FAVORITE IS IOWA BEEFPC01/19/1985P.1C,C.3
BOY SCOUTS2 LOCAL YOUTHS NAMED EAGLE SCOUTSPC01/19/1985P.5A,C.1
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INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYONE CHARGED, THREE INJURED IN SHOOT-OUTPC01/07/1985P.1A,C.5
SOUTHEAST IOWA AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH ASSOFARMERS' GROUP SEEKS LAND FOR RESEARCH FARMPC12/21/1984P.2A,C.1
BOY SCOUTSEAGLE SCOUT AWARD GIVEN TO WICKSPC12/18/1984P.2A,C.1
KOREA, SOUTHOPPOSTION LEADER FROM SOUTH KOREA IS HEADING HOME DESPITE DAPC12/01/1984P.1A,C.1
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SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLMATH + SCIENCE = TECHNOLOGYPC11/23/1984P.2A,C.2
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YOUTH HOMES INC.YOUTHS' ARGUMENT LEADS TO STABBINGPC06/20/1984P.2A,C.1
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYFIRM WANTS INDIAN LOOKOUT CABLE RIGHTSPC06/20/1984P.2A,C.6
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BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS PLAN 'HIKE THROUGH HISTORY'PC05/02/1984P.3A,C.1
BUS ROUTESOFFICIAL: EXTRA BUS ROUTES NOT FEASIBLE NOWPC04/16/1984P.2A,C.1
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VOLUNTEERS FOR YOUTHUI ATHLETES BEFRIEND YOUTHSPC03/31/1984P.1C,C.1
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INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYFINAL CHAPTER WRITTEN IN EVICTION DISPUTEPC02/29/1984P.2A,C.3
SOUTH AFRICATALKING ABOUT APARTHEIDPC02/21/1984P.8A,C.1
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMYOUTH PROGRAM GETS $25,000 GRANTPC02/18/1984P.3A,C.1
SOUTH AFRICASPECIALISTS, AFRICANS SPEAK AT CONFERENCEPC02/14/1984P.1C,C.6
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYTENANTS SETTLE DISPUTE, END RENT STRIKEPC02/07/1984P.2A,C.1
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYTENTATIVE AGREEMENT AT INDIAN LOOKOUTPC02/04/1984P.1A,C.5
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INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYTENANTS FACE COURT APPEARANCESPC01/18/1984P.2A,C.1
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INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYINDIAN LOOKOUT LANDLORD STANDS FIRM ON RENT HIKEPC01/14/1984P.2A,C.4
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYOWNER SERVES NOTICE ON STRIKING TENANTSPC01/12/1984P.2A,C.1
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYTENANTS FILE $22,600 IN CLAIMS AGAINST INDIAN LOOKOUT OWNERPC01/10/1984P.2A,C.3
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYRENT STRIKE AT INDIAN LOOKOUTPC01/07/1984P.2A,C.1
SOUTH SLOPE CO-OPERATIVE TELEPHONE CO.PHONE CO-OP LAYS OFF WORKERS BUT UNION CAN'T FIND OUT WHYPC12/28/1983P.2A,C.4
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYTENANTS REFUSE TO PAY MOBILE HOME RENT HIKEPC12/20/1983P.2A,C.1
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INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYINDIAN LOOKOUT TENANTS THREATEN RENT STRIKE JAN. 1PC12/13/1983P.2A,C.3
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ROUTH, DONALDIOWA CITY SCHOOLS TAKE LOW-KEY APPROACH TO KIDS 'DAY AFTER'PC11/19/1983P.1A,C.2
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.SMOKEOUT, A TWITCHY, NERVOUS TIMEPC11/18/1983P.1A,C.2
GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUTSMOKEOUT, A TWITCHY, NERVOUS TIMEPC11/18/1983P.1A,C.2
GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUTTHURSDAY'S THE DAY TO QUITPC11/16/1983P.7A,C.6
BOY SCOUTS3 WAUHAWK LEADERS HONORED WITH SCOUTING'S 'AWARDS OF MERIT'PC11/16/1983P.5A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHA LAWYER GETS A'S FOR A DAY IN JUNIOR HIGHPC11/11/1983P.1A,C.5
DOUTTIEL, GLADYS-OBITUARYDEATHSPC11/10/1983P.3A,C.1
DEATHS-DOUTTIEL, GLADYSDEATHSPC11/10/1983P.3A,C.1
DOUTTIEL, GLADYS-OBITUARYDEATHSPC11/08/1983P.3A,C.1
DEATHS-DOUTTIEL, GLADYSDEATHSPC11/08/1983P.3A,C.1
ROUTH, DONALDPSYCHOLOGISTS DON'T KNOW HOW TO HELPPC11/05/1983P.1A,C.4
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHALCOHOLISM, DRUG USE IN TEENS: SOCIETY'S PROBLEMPC10/27/1983P.3C,C.1
OUTSTANDING YOUNG LEADERSCOUNTY'S 'OUTSTANDING YOUNG LEADERS'PC10/26/1983P.2A,C.1
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYINDIAN LOOKOUT TENANTS STILL SEEK BETTER WATERPC10/22/1983P.2A,C.1
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYCOMPLAINTS SURFACE AT INDIAN LOOKOUTPC10/21/1983P.2A,C.1
UI-STUDENTS-OUT OF STATEUI EXPECTS SLOWER FLOW OF OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTSPC10/19/1983P.1A,C.3
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM21 JOBS CREATED UNDER HUD GRANTPC10/11/1983P.2A,C.1
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMEMPLOYMENT PROGRAM GETS $17,944PC10/06/1983P.2A,C.1
BOY SCOUTSGATES NAMED AREA SCOUT CHIEFPC10/06/1983P.2A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOUTH EAST CITED FOR EXCELLENCEPC09/30/1983P.2A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHDANGERS CITES: LIMITS SOUGHT ON JUNIOR HIGH LUNCH TRIPSPC08/24/1983P.2A,C.2
BUS ROUTESCITY WILL EXTEND THREE BUS ROUTES MONDAYPC08/20/1983P.2A,C.1
GIRL SCOUTSA GIRL SCOUT FROM JAPANPC08/13/1983P.1C,C.1
BASEBALL SCOUTTHIS SCOUT'S MOTTO IS ALWAYS BE ON THE LOOKOUTPC07/28/1983P.1B,C.1
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHUAY TO TUTOR TEENSPC07/21/1983P.8A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOUTH EAST CITED FOR EXCELLENCEPC07/01/1983P.2A,C.3
OUTLANDISH, INC.OUTLANDISH ENTERPRISEPC06/24/1983P.4B,C.4
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMCLEANUP PROJECT WINS STATE AWARDPC06/22/1983P.3A,C.1
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMYOUTH VOLUNTEERS PLAN CLEANUP OF RALSTON CREEK ON SATURDAYPC06/17/1983P.2A,C.6
SOUTH AFRICAN WINECITY-BASED GROUP GETS OK TO BUY UP SOUTH AFRICAN WINEPC06/15/1983P.2A,C.3
YOUTH AFLAMEA LOW-COST, HIGH-PROFIT PAINT-A-THONPC06/08/1983P.1A,C.2
KOHOUT, LIBBIE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC06/03/1983P.3A,C.1
DEATHS-KOHOUT, LIBBIEDEATHSPC06/03/1983P.3A,C.1
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMWORKING FOR SELF-ESTEEMPC06/02/1983P.7A,C.1
BOY SCOUTSLOCAL MAN CLAIMS SCOUTING RECORDPC05/17/1983P.3A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOUTH EAST NOMINATED AS 'TOP 50' JUNIOR HIGHPC05/10/1983P.2A,C.1
YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPSHOOVER SITE YOUTH JOBSPC04/27/1983P.5A,C.5
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMMAYOR'S YOUTH AWARDSPC04/26/1983P.5A,C.4
CETA'S SUMMER YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMCETA JOBS FOR YOUTHSPC04/15/1983P.5A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOUTH EAST SCHOOL RATED ONE OF BESTPC04/01/1983P.1A,C.1
GIRL SCOUT COOKIESSWEET DELIVERYPC03/29/1983P.2A,C.3
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHUAY STARTS SUPPORT GROUP FOR CHILDREN OF DIVORCEPC03/21/1983P.3C,C.3
YOUTH LEADERSHIP CONSERVATION PROGRAMPROGRAM PLANNED FOR YOUTH INTERESTED IN CONSERVATIONPC03/14/1983P.6B,C.3
GIRL SCOUTSREGISTRATION FULL FOR GIRL SCOUT FAIRPC03/11/1983P.2A,C.3
YOUTH ORCHESTRAYOUTH ORCHESTRA FAMILY CONCERT AT CLAPP RECITAL HALL SUNDAYPC03/10/1983P.5C,C.1
KROUTH, WAYNE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC01/17/1983P.2A,C.1
DEATHS-KROUTH, WAYNEDEATHSPC01/17/1983P.2A,C.1
GIRL SCOUTSINTERNATIONAL EVENT PLANNED BY GIRL SCOUTSPC01/05/1983P.8A,C.4
OUTSTANDING YOUNG LEADERSJOHNSON COUNTY'S OUTSTANDING YOUNG LEADERSPC12/08/1982P.2A,C.1
GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUTSMOKERS PROMISE TO QUIT TODAYPC11/18/1982P.2C,C.1
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS PIN THEIR HOPES ON YOUTHFUL NEW IMAGEPC11/18/1982P.2A,C.1
YOUTH FOR CHRISTYOUTH GUIDANCE PROGRAM OFFERS HELP FOR TEENSPC11/11/1982P.1D,C.1
EAGLE SCOUTSTHREE FROM TROOP 212 TO RECEIVE EAGLE AWARDSPC11/11/1982P.5D,C.2
CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTEREXPANDED UI FAMILY CENTER GETS NEW FUNDINGPC10/22/1982P.2A,C.1
NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE-SCOUTSI'M NOT HERE RECRUITING, JUST CHECKING ON ABILITYPC10/13/1982P.1A,C.1
EAGLE SCOUTWISSINK WINS EAGLE SCOUT BADGEPC10/12/1982P.5A,C.1
STOUT, JOHN R.-OBITUARYDEATHSPC09/22/1982P.2A,C.5
DEATHS-STOUT, JOHN R.DEATHSPC09/22/1982P.2A,C.5
PARENTS WITHOUT PARTNERSTHEY PROMOTE PARETNTS WITHOUT PARTNERSPC09/04/1982P.1C,C.1
OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARDSHOW QUICK ACTION BY 2 AWARD WINNERS SAVED LIVESPC08/16/1982P.1A,C.1
DRINKING, YOUTHWHEN STUDENTS DRINK TOO MUCHPC08/03/1982P.1A,C.1
YOUTH, DRINKINGCONCERN WITH TEEN DRINKING PROMPTS CRACKDOWNPC04/08/1982P.2A,C.1
BOY SCOUTSTROOP 202 SCOUT EARNS EAGLE BADGEPC12/26/1981P.2A,C.1
GIRL SCOUTSSCOUT TROOP WINS STATE AWARDPC12/15/1981P.7A,C.3
SOUTH DODGE STREETSOUTH DODGE RESIDENTS ASK FOR MORITORIUM ON APARTMENTSPC11/30/1981P.1A,C.1
OUTSTANDING YOUNG LEADER AWARDSCOUNTY'S 'OUTSTANDING YOUNG LEADERS'PC11/18/1981P.2A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLCANS FOR CRISIS CENTERPC11/14/1981P.2A,C.5
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLPRINCIPAL RAISES OBJECTIONS TO RELIGIOUS MUSIC AT CONCERTPC11/09/1981P.1A,C.3
YOUTH ORCHESTRAIOWA CITY YOUTH ORCHESTRAPC11/07/1981P.8D,C.1
BOY SCOUTSGODWIN, RODES EARN EAGLESPC10/28/1981P.8A,C.2
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMLOCAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS GET JUMP ON JOB EXPERIENCEPC10/05/1981P.2A,C.3
BOY SCOUTSSCHWEER, ONTYES WIN EAGLE BADGESPC10/03/1981P.6A,C.3
BOY SCOUTSBOY SCOUTS' GOAL: REVIVE TRADITIONAL VALUESPC09/28/1981P.6A,C.1
BOY SCOUTSBOY SCOUTS TO TEST NEW PROGRAM HEREPC09/22/1981P.1A,C.1
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYMOBILE HOME PARK TO BE LICENSED AFTER FOUR YEAR STRUGGLE OVEPC09/16/1981P.2A,C.1
TIMEOUTTIMEOUTPC09/03/1981P.9B,C.1
YOUTH FOR UNDERSTANDINGSHE WENT TO AUSTRAILIA,RETURNED WITH CAREER PLANSPC08/06/1981P.7A,C.1
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHSPLIT PERSONALITYPC07/24/1981P.2A,C.1
SCHOOL BOARD-BUS ROUTESSCHOOL BOARD CUTS BUS ROUTESPC07/15/1981P.2A,C.1
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHTEEN-AGERS BUILD AN 'OASIS'PC07/13/1981P.1A,C.1
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMTEEN-AGERS BUILD AN 'OASIS'PC07/13/1981P.1A,C.1
YOUTH ORCHESTRATHE MUSICAL INVASION OF THE FRYSK JEUGD ORKESTPC07/04/1981P.9B,C.1
YOUTH ORCHESTRAIOWA CITY YOUTH ORCHESTRA REUNITES OLD FRIENDSPC07/03/1981P.2A,C.1
YOUTH ORCHESTRAAFOOTPC07/02/1981P.4B,C.1
SPROUT, MARY-OBITUARYDEATHSPC07/02/1981P.2A,C.1
DEATHS-SPROUT, MARYDEATHSPC07/02/1981P.2A,C.1
YOUTH ORCHESTRAIOWA CITY YOUTH ORCHESTRAPC06/30/1981P.6A,C.1
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYINDIAN LOOKOUT INCREASE TO BE CONSIDEREDPC06/06/1981P.5A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLKIDS LEARN NEWS BIZ FIRSTHANDPC05/29/1981P.2A,C.1
BOY SCOUTSLOCAL YOUTH WINS EAGLE SCOUT AWARDPC05/15/1981P.2A,C.1
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYPLEA REVIEWED FOR COUNTY MOBILE HOME ORDINANCEPC05/07/1981P.2A,C.1
POWER OUTAGESTORM CAUSES POWER OUTAGEPC04/28/1981P.1A,C.5
OUTSTANDING SENIOR CITIZENOUTSTANDING SENIOR CITIZENPC04/28/1981P.2A,C.5
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYMOBILE PARK HOME OWNER FINEDPC04/25/1981P.2A,C.1
OUTSTANDING SENIOR CITIZENTRIBUTE TO THEA SANDOPC04/03/1981P.4A,C.1
STOUT, JEANETTEMISS STOUT TO RECEIVE DAR AWARDPC02/12/1981P.2B,C.5
BOY SCOUTSGORDON GETS SCOUTING'S HIGHEST HONORPC12/06/1980P.1B,C.
LOUTZ, HOWARD-OBITUARYDEATHSPC11/17/1980P.2A,C.
DEATHS-LOUTZ, HOWARDDEATHSPC11/17/1980P.2A,C.
BOY SCOUTSBRUCE WILLEY TO GET EAGLE RANKPC11/08/1980P.5A,C.
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST TEACHER WINS STATE HONORPC11/06/1980P.1A,C.
YOUTH ORCHESTRADUTCH YOUTH ORCHESTRA TO VISIT HEREPC11/01/1980P.1B,C.
BOY SCOUTSEAGLE SCOUTPC11/01/1980P.4B,C.
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLNINTH GRADERS PRODUCE SOLAR WINDOW COLLECTORSPC10/22/1980P.4D,C.
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-STRING ORCHCITY HIGH, SOUTH EAST GROUPS PLAN CONCERTPC10/21/1980P.6B,C.
BROWN, GATEMOUTHGATEMOUTH BROWN THRIVES ON PLAYIN' UP A STORMPC10/15/1980P.5A,C.
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH BIDS ON BOARD'S AGENDAPC10/13/1980P.2A,C.
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYINDIAN LOOKOUT PARK RESIDENT CLARIFIES STAND ON RENT ESCROWPC10/10/1980P.10,C.0
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYCOUNTY ASKED FOR RENT ESCROW RULESPC10/07/1980P.2A,C.
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYMOBILE HOME RESIDENTS ELECT BOARDPC09/20/1980P.11,C.
ROUTH, DONALDPHONETIC PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN LINKED TO READING DIFFICULTIESPC09/15/1980P.5B,C.
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYRENTS PAID, CHAMPAGNE FOR DIRTY DOZENPC09/12/1980P.1A,C.
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYNEW CHARGES HEAT UP INDIAN LOOKOUT DISPUTEPC09/11/1980P.1A,C.
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYDIRTY DOZEN RESUME THEIR BATTLEPC09/05/1980P.2A,C.
YOUTH ORCHESTRAYOUTH ORCHESTRA AUDITION SETPC08/26/1980P.4C,C.
YOUTH-EMPLOYMENTHACAP FOULUP AFFECTS AREA YOUTHSPC08/14/1980P.1A,C.
YOUTH EMERGENCY SHELTERFEAR STALKS FOSTER CHILDRENPC07/16/1980P.7A,C.
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME PARKBENTON7S RICH SPOUSE HAS NO TRAILER LICENSEPC06/24/1980P.2B,C.
EXPLORER SCOUTSEXPLORER SCOUTS TO GET AWARDS OF EXCELLENCEPC06/04/1980P.3E,C.
YOUTH THEATER ENSEMBLETROUP TO PERFORM MUSICALPC05/31/1980P.13,C.
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-CONCERTSSOUTH EAST GROUPS TO PRESENT CONCERTSPC05/23/1980P.4B,C.
CUB SCOUTSSCOUT TO BE HONORED FOR SAVING GIRL'S LIFEPC05/20/1980P.2A,C.
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT CO.CITY'S LOW INCOME HOUSING PLANS SUFFER SETBACKPC05/06/1980P.2A,C.
UI-ARTS OUTREACH PROGRAMUI OUTREACH SPONSORS ART SHOWCASE, PICNICPC05/03/1980P.8D,C.
ELECTRICAL OUTAGEPOWER OUTAGE APPARENTLY CAUSED BY GRASS FIREPC04/30/1980P.5A,C.
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTS HONOR AREA WOMENPC04/28/1980P.9A,C.
JOHNSON COUNTY YOUTH GUIDANCE PROGRAMSUPERVISORS, 3-2, ENDORSE YOUTH PLANPC04/24/1980P.2A,C.
YOUTH CHOIRYOUTH CHOIR TO PERFORMPC04/19/1980P.4D,C.
UI-INTERNATIONAL OUTREACH PROGRAMNIGHT OF INTERNATIONAL ENTERTAINMENT SUNDAYPC04/19/1980P.8D,C.
JOHNSON COUNTY YOUTH GUIDANCE PROGRAMCOUNTY ASKED TO ENDORSE YOUTH GROUPPC04/17/1980P.2A,C.
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHUAY TO PRESENT SPECIAL DRUG ABUSE PROGRAMPC04/12/1980P.2D,C.
YOUTHBEAM LECTURE ON ADOLESCENCEPC04/03/1980P.2B,C.
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMINTERESTED IN HELPING YOUNG PEOPLE?PC03/27/1980P.6C,C.
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTS EMPHASIZE FUTURE, SERVICEPC03/14/1980P.12,C.
YOUTHDIVERSION PROGRAM WORKS, FANS SAYPC03/13/1980P.1B,C.
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-SOCIAL STUD33 SOUTH EAST STUDENTS WIN AWARDSPC03/13/1980P.7A,C.
SOUTER, JANDIVERSION PROGRAM WORKS, FANS SAYPC03/13/1980P.1B,C.
SOUTER, JANJUVENILE FIRST OFFENDERS GET DIVERTEDPC03/12/1980P.9A,C.
SOUTH, ELMER-OBITUARYDEATHSPC03/07/1980P.2A,C.
DEATHS-SOUTH, ELMERDEATHSPC03/07/1980P.2A,C.
PARENTS WITHOUT PARTNERSKAYE COONS ELECTED BY LOCAL PWPPC03/03/1980P.6A,C.
BOY SCOUTSSCOUT EARNS EAGLE RANKPC03/03/1980P.3A,C.
BOY SCOUTSGREGG TO RECEIVE EAGLE SCOUT RANKPC02/22/1980P.3A,C.
SOUTH MARKET SQUARECITY GETS ITS PARKING LOT BACKPC02/20/1980P.2A,C.
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS EARN EAGLE BADGESPC02/12/1980P.3A,C.
TIME OUT RESTAURANTNEW BUSINESSPC02/11/1980P.3D,C.
HOUTZ, VONAVFW HEAD VISITS HEREPC02/07/1980P.8A,C.
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLYELLOW RIBBONS TO STAY UNTIL HOSTAGES ARE FREEDPC02/01/1980P.1A,C.
SOUTHEAST IOWA EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICESCOUNTY TO SUPPORT REGIONAL MEDICAL GROUPPC01/31/1980P.2A,C.
BOY SCOUTSCOLD CAMPPC01/28/1980P.1A,C.
YOUTH HOMES, INC.YOUTH HOME WORKER COMPENSATION OK'DPC01/25/1980P.2A,C.
OUT OF DANGER, INCCOUNCIL OKS SPOUSE ABUSE SHELTER PLANPC12/12/1979P.5A,C.2
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL--CHARITYSTUDENTS DONATE $100 TO SHARESPC12/03/1979P.5A,C.4
BOY SCOUTSSCOUT RECEIVES EAGLE AWARDPC11/29/1979P.3A,C.3
YOUTH HOMES, INCCOUNTY BRIDGES GROUP HOME FUND GAPPC11/22/1979P.2A,C.3
YOUTH APPRECIATION WEEKYOUTH PARTICIPANTS TO BE HONOREDPC11/10/1979P.2A,C.2
STOUT, MARGARETDEATHSPC11/10/1979P.2A,C.1
DEATHS--STOUT, MARGARETDEATHSPC11/10/1979P.2A,C.1
SOUTH KOREASTEPHENS FAMILY ENJOYS SOUTH KOREAPC10/25/1979P.1B,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL--ADDITIONSSOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH CONTRACTS LETPC10/24/1979P.2A,C.3
BOY SCOUTSTWO SCOUTS TO GET EAGLEPC10/18/1979P.5A,C.3
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTS APPOINT DIRECTORPC10/10/1979P.2B,C.5
SOUTH PACIFICSOUTH PACIFIC COMES TO HANCHER SUNDAYPC10/04/1979P.4C,C.5
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL--ADDITIONBOARD OPENS BIDS ON SCHOOL PROJECTPC10/03/1979P.5A,C.2
BOY SCOUTSCONOE TRIPS, HORTICULTURE, HURRICANESPC09/22/1979P.1B,C.1
BOY SCOUTSENGEN TO RECEIVE EAGLE SCOUT RANKPC09/21/1979P.3A,C.3
YOUTHTEENS WITH CARS--LAST TO WALKPC09/06/1979P.1A,C.3
UI--OUTLOOKTOUGH DECADE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION PREDICTEDPC09/01/1979P.5A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH PROJECT ADVANCES TO BID OPENING DATEPC08/22/1979P.2A,C.1
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHCOMMISSION TO PROTEST FUNDINGPC08/17/1979P.2A,C.1
YOUTH ORCHESTRAYOUTH ORCHESTRA PLANS COMPLETEDPC08/13/1979P.5B,C.1
FOUTS, SHIRLEYSHOEN, FOUTS NAMED TO SCHOOL POSITIONSPC07/25/1979P.5A,C.1
UI--HOSPITALS--SOUTH PAVILLIONREGENTS OK HOSPITAL ADDITIONPC07/18/1979P.2A,C.4
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSCHOOL OBARD OKS JUNIOR HIGH ADDITIONPC07/18/1979P.5A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLJUNIOR HIGH ADDITION OPPOSEDPC07/17/1979P.2A,C.3
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST CONSTRUCTION AGAIN DELAYEDPC07/11/1979P.7A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLESTIMATE UP FOR SCHOOL CONSTRUCTIONPC06/27/1979P.5A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST PROJECTS LIKELY TO BE DELAYEDPC06/25/1979P.5A,C.5
YOUTH AGENCY FORUMYOUTH FORUM TO ORGANIZE ON MONDAYPC06/08/1979P.8B,C.3
YOUTHREGULATIONS APPROVED FOR TEEN DANCE IN BARSPC06/06/1979P.5A,C.1
FOUT, BRINTONDEATHSPC05/30/1979P.2A,C.1
DEATHS--FOUT, BRINTONDEATHSPC05/30/1979P.2A,C.1
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTS RECEIVE AWARDSPC05/28/1979P.6A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL--BANDSJUNIOR HIGH BANDS TO PRESENT CONCERTSPC05/23/1979P.12A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL--HISTORYJUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS GET HONORS FOR PROJECTSPC05/22/1979P.2A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PARENTSSOUTH EAST PARENTS ELECT NEW OFFICERSPC05/12/1979P.1B,C.2
YOUTH SYMPHONYSTUDENT MUSICIANS CHOSEN FOR FESTIVALPC05/11/1979P.6A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL4 STUDENTS QUALIFY FOR REGIONAL FAIRPC05/10/1979P.9A,C.1
GROUT, NETADEATHSPC05/09/1979P.2A,C.1
DEATHS--GROUT, NETADEATHSPC05/09/1979P.2A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL--HOME ECPAT DUSTIN GETS TEACHING HONORPC05/04/1979P.7A,C.3
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTSPC05/04/1979P.7A,C.1
YOUTH ORCHESTRAYOUTH ORCHESTRA TO END SEASONPC05/03/1979P.7B,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL--BAND27 BAND MEMBERS WIN HIGHEST RATINGPC05/02/1979P.4D,C.2
UI--SOUTH AFRICAN STOCKSSTUDENTS ASK UI: SELL STOCKSPC04/28/1979P.2A,C.6
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL--REMODELINGSOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH REMODELING ON AGENDAPC04/23/1979P.2A,C.1
HILLS--OUTSTANDING CITIZENSDROLL, LACKENDER OUTSTANDING CITIZENSPC04/20/1979P.5A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST STUDENTS TO TOUR STATE HOUSEPC04/16/1979P.5D,C.1
YOUTHTEEN-AGERS LIST FAVORITE BOOKSPC04/13/1979P.6B,C.1
YOUTHPOWERYOUTHPOWERPC04/11/1979P.1D,C.2
QUEEN'S RANSOM BOUTIQUENEW BUSINESSPC04/11/1979P.2D,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSTUDENTS LEARN PROBLEM OF THE HANDICAPPEDPC04/04/1979P.5D,C.3
YOUTH CHOIR FESTIVALCHOIR FESTIVAL SCHEDULEDPC03/15/1979P.10A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLACTS ON BUDGET, DISTRICTING, JUNIOR HIGH: SCHOOL BOARD HOLDPC03/14/1979P.2A,C.3
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTS PLAN EVENTSPC03/10/1979P.6B,C.3
YOUTH ORCHESTRAYOUTH ORCHESTRA PLANS CONCERT ON SUNDAYPC02/21/1979P.2D,C.5
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL--BANDSSOUTH EAST CONCERT THURSDAYPC02/21/1979P.3D,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLJUNIOR HIGH PLANS ADVANCED BY BOARDPC02/02/1979P.2A,C.1
PARENTS WITHOUT PARTNERSLECTURE SERIES FOR DIVORCED TO START HEREPC01/31/1979P.1B,C.4
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST EXPANSION DRAWS OBJECTIONSPC01/24/1979P.6A,C.1
SPECIAL PROGRAMS, OUTDOOR RECREATION, TALNEW SPORTS PROGRAM AIDS LEFT OUT YOUTHPC01/11/1979P.10A,C.1
YOUTHPROGRAM SET FOR OVERWEIGHT TEENAGERSPC01/06/1979P.2B,C.1
PARENTS WITHOUT PARTNERSPWP PLANS SLEDDING, OTHER EVENTSPC01/06/1979P.1B,C.3
GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF SOUTHEAST IOWAGOODWILL FACING SHOPLIFTING, THEFT PROBLEMSPC12/05/1978P.1A,C.1
GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF SOUTHEAST IOWAPEOPLE: GOODWILL DIRECTOR TAKES STATE POSTPC12/01/1978P.3A,C.1
GRABIN, FRANK SCOUT-OBITUARYDEATHSPC11/27/1978P.2A,C.1
DEATHS-GRABIN, FRANK SCOUTDEATHSPC11/27/1978P.2A,C.1
GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUTMAYOR AND HIS WIFE SUCCEED, REPORTER FAILSPC11/17/1978P.1B,C.1
GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUTJOIN THE MAYOR ON THURSDAY--NO SMOKING DAYPC11/15/1978P.1B,C.1
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS GET FIRST FLIGHT IN VINTAGE 40'S AIRPLANEPC10/13/1978P.1C,C.1
DEATHS-OATHOUT, GLADYSDEATHSPC10/11/1978P.2A,C.1
BOY SCOUTSSCOUT HONORED FOR SAVING LIFE; LEADERS RECEIVE HIGHPC03/13/1978P.2A,C.4
GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF SOUTHEAST IOWAFIVE GOODWILL CLIENTS HONOREDPC03/10/1978P.6A,C.2
GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF SOUTHEAST IOWAGOODWILL INDUSTRIES WILL HONOR WORKERSPC03/03/1978P.8A,C.2
ELECTRICAL OUTAGEOUTAGE BRIEF, 'PRETTY HAIRY'PC01/27/1978P.1A,C.5
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST CLASS GOES ON ANTHROPOLOGICAL SEARCHPC11/12/1977P.1A,C.1
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH OF IOWA CITYYOUTH OUTREACH CONTRACT OK'DPC10/26/1977P.2A,C.5
POWER OUTAGESSTORM CAUSES OUTAGES IN AREAPC08/16/1977P.1A,C.3
POWER OUTAGETHUNDERSTORMS BRING RAIN, DAMAGEPC08/08/1977P.1A,C.1
POWER OUTAGEIT HAPPENED IN SOLON, TOO...PC07/14/1977P.1A,C.1
YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPSHOOVER JOB PROGRAM NO 'FLUFF-OFF'PC06/23/1977P.1C,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST CLASS HEARS CONGRESSMANPC05/28/1977P.1A,C.5
CUB SCOUT PACK NO.210OFF WE GO INTO THE WILD BLUEPC05/20/1977P.1A,C.1
SOUTH AFRICA DIVESTITUREUI TAKES STAND ON STOCKS ISSUEPC04/22/1977P.8A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOUTH EAST STUDENTS GET RESPONSE ON ERA HOT LINEPC03/17/1977P.5A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSTUDENTS TO CONSULT HIGH-LEVEL FORUMPC03/15/1977P.2A,C.1
POWER OUTAGEMAJOR BLACKOUT HITS CITY, AREAPC02/23/1977P.1A,C.1
HIGHWAY 218 SOUTHFUNDS ASKED FOR GREEN PROJECTPC01/18/1977P.1A,C.1
SOUTHGATE DEVELOPMENT COMPANYSUBDIVISION PLAT APPROVED BY COUNCILPC12/29/1976P.3A,C.5
YOUTHALCOHOL SEEN AS NO. 1 YOUTH DRUG PROBLEMPC12/06/1976P.1A,C.1
SOUTHEASTERN COMM. COLLEGETERMINAL ILLNESS MEETING AT UIPC12/04/1976P.6A,C.3
RADIOACTIVE FALLOUTFALLOUT ON IOWA NO CAUSE FOR WORRYPC11/25/1976P.2A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSHE TEACHES--DOWN TO THE FEELING LEVELPC11/10/1976P.1A,C.1
FOUTS, SHIRLEYSHE TEACHES--DOWN TO THE FEELING LEVELPC11/10/1976P.1A,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHFOUTS NAMED TEACHER OF THE YEARPC10/27/1976P.1A,C.3
FOUTS, SHIRLEYFOUTS NAMED TEACHER OF THE YEARPC10/27/1976P.1A,C.3
YOUTH HOMES, INCMAJOR SECOND LEVEL AGENCIES IN COUNTY LISTEDPC10/13/1976P.1A,C.1
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHMAJOR SECOND LEVEL AGENCIES IN COUNTY LISTEDPC10/13/1976P.1A,C.1
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMMAJOR SECOND LEVEL AGENCIES IN COUNTY LISTEDPC10/13/1976P.1A,C.1
VILLAGE GREEN SOUTH, INCTHANKS, BUT NO THANKSPC10/05/1976P.3A,C.5
GROUT, WILLIAM-OBITUARYDEATHSPC09/25/1976P.2A,C.2
DEATH-GROUT, WILLIAMDEATHSPC09/25/1976P.2A,C.2
SCHOOLS-DROPOUTSSTATE FUNDING OKAYED FOR EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMPC09/14/1976P.2A,C.3
INDIAN LOOKOUT ALLIANCEJUDGE RULES ON HIGHWAY 1PC08/19/1976P.1A,C.2
ROTARY YOUTH CAMPRAIN'S NO DAMPER AT DAY CAMPPC07/24/1976P.5A,C.3
BOY SCOUTSKIRK COX RECEIVES EAGLEPC07/07/1976P.9C,C.1
STOUT, BESSIE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC06/28/1976P.2A,C.1
DEATHS-STOUT, BESSIEDEATHSPC06/28/1976P.2A,C.1
YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPSELLEN PREDIGER IN STATE CORPS DOING CONSERVATION WORKPC06/25/1976P.5A,C.3
YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPSYOUNG CAMPERS HELP ERECT CHAUTAUQUA BIG TOPPC06/23/1976P.6A,C.1
POWER OUTAGESSTORM CAUSES POWER OUTAGESPC06/14/1976P.1A,C.2
CORALVILLE-POWER OUTAGESSTORM CAUSES POWER OUTAGESPC06/14/1976P.1A,C.2
UI-HOSPITALS-OUTWARD BOUND]PROGRAM WILL TAKE GIRLS ON TRIPPC06/03/1976P.5A,C.4
OUTWARD BOUNDPROGRAM WILL TAKE GIRLS ON TRIPPC06/03/1976P.5A,C.4
GROUT, ZENUSINDIAN SCARE TURNS INTO GROUT FAMILY REUNIONPC06/02/1976P.4D,C.1
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSTUDENTS STUDY LOCAL HISTORYPC05/29/1976P.5A,C.3
INDIAN LOOKOUT ALLIANCEHIGHWAY PROJECT CHALLENGEDPC05/25/1976P.1A,C.1
BOY SCOUTSRICK SWEETING EARNS RANK OF EAGLE SCOUTPC05/24/1976P.4B,C.5
YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMSYOUTH SERVICES FUNDING CONTRACTS BEING PREPAREDPC05/04/1976P.6B,C.1
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHYOUTH SERVICES FUNDING CONTRACTS BEING PREPAREDPC05/04/1976P.6B,C.1
MAYOR'S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMYOUTH SERVICES FUNDING CONTRACTS BEING PREPAREDPC05/04/1976P.6B,C.1
CUB SCOUTSCUB SCOUTS WIN AWARDSPC05/01/1976P.3A,C.5
SCHOOLS-OUTDOOR EDUCATIONSTUDENTS EXPERIENCE OUTDOORSPC04/29/1976P.1D,C.3
YOUTH SERVICESYOUTH SERVICES COMMITTEE MEETSPC02/03/1976P.3A,C.5
YOUTH SERVICESYOUTH SERVICES COMMITTEE MEETSPC02/03/1976P.3A,C.5
YOUTHYOUTH SERVICES COMMITTEE MEETSPC02/03/1976P.3A,C.5
AD HOC COMMITTEE ON YOUTHYOUTH SERVICES COMMITTEE MEETSPC02/03/1976P.3A,C.5
INDIAN LOOKOUT518 OPPONENTS DOMINATE HEARINGPC01/15/1976P.1A,C.1
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHSTUDY COMMITTEE MAKEUP FOR YOUTH PROGRAM OKAYEDPC01/14/1976P.3A,C.1
INDIAN LOOKOUTFREEWAY 518 IMPACT HEARING WEDNESDAYPC01/12/1976P.1A,C.1
YOUTH SERVICESCITY COUNCIL TO CONTINUE YOUTH PROGRAM FUNDINGPC01/09/1976P.1A,C.1
YOUTH HOME INCJUVENILE FACILITIES PLAN APPROVED BY COUNTYPC01/09/1976P.2A,C.1
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHCITY COUNCIL TO CONTINUE YOUTH PROGRAM FUNDINGPC01/09/1976P.1A,C.1
GIRL SCOUTSHARD WORK PAYS OFF FOR CORALVILLE SCOUTSPC12/26/19751A
SUMMER PROGRAM FOR OUTDOOR RECREATION TALENTS AND SKILLSADOLESCENT GIRLS LEARN SELF CONFIDENCE IN UIPC10/22/19752D
SOUTH VIETNAM-REFUGEESREFUGEE FAMILY COMING TO IOWA CITYPC07/02/19751A
DEATHS-GROUT, CLIFFORDDEATHSPC06/27/19752A
PROUT, JESSEDORMITORY HEAD RESIDENT DIES OF WOUNDPC05/12/19752A
PROUT, JESSEHEAD RESIDENT AT DORMITORY SHOOTS SELFPC04/30/19752A
OUTWARD BOUNDTHREE UI STUDIES RECEIVE AWARDSPC04/26/19753A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST STUDENTS IGNORE OLD ADVICEPC04/19/19751A
DEATHS-KROUTH, JOSEPHDEATHSPC03/15/19752A
KROUTH, JOSEPH-OBITUARYDEATHSPC03/15/19752A
DEATHS-KROUTH, JOSEPHDEATHSPC03/14/19752A
KROUTH, JOSEPH-OBITUARYDEATHSPC03/14/19752A
EAGLE SCOUTSFOUR SCOUTS TO BE FETED MARCH 8PC02/28/19757A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS TAKE OVER CITY, COUNTY POSTSPC02/26/19751A
PROGRAM FOR ADVANCEMENT OF YOUTH IN SCHOOLSCENTRAL STUDENTS QUESTION RESOURCE ACTION PROGPC01/24/19752A
PROGRAM FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF YOUTH IN SCHOOLSFINANCIAL REWARDS IN SCHOOL PROJECT COMEPC01/20/19751A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH-BANDSSOUTH EAST BANDS TO GIVE PERFORMANCEPC01/14/19758A
FOUTS, SHIRLEYIOWA CITY TEACHER GOING TO PARADISEPC11/02/19743A
GROUT, NINA-OBITUARYDEATHSPC07/10/19742A
DEATHS-GROUT, NINADEATHSPC07/10/19742A
INDIAN LOOKOUT AREARESTRAINING ORDER DENIED ON 518 WORKPC06/16/19743A
SOUTHWEST PARKPARK NAMED WILLOW CREEKPC06/15/19743A
NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH CORPS (NYC)LOCAL BANK WILL GET FEDERAL JOB TRAINING AIDPC06/14/197413C
STOUT, LEE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC06/03/19742A
DEATHS-STOUT, LEEDEATHSPC06/03/19742A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHYOUNG WRITERS HOLD WORKSHOPPC12/08/19733A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHJUNIOR HIGH PRINCIPAL DENIES ALLEGATION OFPC10/17/19731A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHTEACHERS INITIAL GRIEVANCE IS REJECTEDPC06/12/19733A
SCHOOLS - SOUTH EASTTEACHER SUBMITS GRIEVANCE ON TRANSFER FROMPC06/07/19731A
DEATHS - ROUTH, DOROTHYDEATHSPC05/22/19732A
ROUTH, DOROTHY - OBITUARYDEATHSPC05/22/19732A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHFERGUSON NAMED SOUTH EAST PRINCIPALPC05/09/19731A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOUTH EAST STUDENTS SUSPENDEDPC03/31/19731A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOCIAL DRUG SITUAITON APPARENT AT JUNIOR HIGHPC03/30/19733A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS, DADS DESIGN AND BUILD RESERVOIR RETREAPC02/22/19734A
YOUTH EMERGENCY SHELTER, INCYOUTH HOME FUNDS ASKEDPC12/11/19722A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLWINTER CONCERT TUESDAY AT SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIPC12/09/19726A
OUTREACH OFFICESTHREE OUTREACH OFFICES PLANNED BY MEZVINSKYPC12/06/19722A
JOHNSON COUNTY OUTREACH OFFICETHREE OUTREACH OFFICES PLANNED BY MEZVINSKYPC12/06/19722A
OUTREACH OFFICESTHREE OUTREACH OFFICES PLANNED BY MEZVINSKYPC12/06/19722A
STOUT, JUANITACOMBINE LAW CAREERS AND FAMILYPC11/29/19725A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSCHOOL CHORUSES INVITED TO PLAY IN DM EVENTPC11/04/197211A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH CENTERSCHOOL BOARD TO DISCUSS YOUTH CENTERPC10/23/19727A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUT WEEKENDPC10/16/197210A
INDIAN LOOKOUT ALLIANCEINJUNCTION SOUGHT ON HIGHWAY WORKPC10/04/19723A
FARMING OUTLOOKISU ECONOMISTS EXPECT 1973 TO LAG BEHIND RECORPC09/26/197216A
UI-ELECTRICAL OUTAGEUNIVERSITY TO SUE CITY OVER OUTAGEPC09/16/19722A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLMOST PARENTS FAVOR FAMILY LIVING COURSEPC09/08/19722A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH CENTERFEDERAL FUNDS FOR 5 COUNTY PROJECTS GET APPROVPC09/05/19722A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSCHOOLS HERE OPEN AUG. 28PC08/16/19722C
INDIAN LOOKOUT ALLIANCEALLIANCE RECEIVES INJUNCTION TO HALT WORK ON FPC08/07/19721A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERCOMMISSION FILES REPORT ON RACISMPC07/14/19721A
DEATHS-COUTANT, ROBERTDEATHSPC06/30/19722A
COUTANT, ROBERT-OBITUARIESDEATHSPC06/30/19722A
INTERNATIONAL FARM YOUTH EXCHANGE (IFYE)IFYE DELEGATE WRITES OF SUMMER IN SWEDENPC06/20/197211A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS IN POLLUTION SURVEY; CLEANUP CAMPAIGN PPC06/10/19723A
YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM, SUMMEREMPLOYMENT OFFICE LINE TAKES ON YOUTHFUL LOOKPC06/10/19721A
POWER OUTAGESERIES OF POWER OUTAGES TRIGGERD BY THUNDERSTOPC06/08/19721A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH CENTERFINANCIAL BIND MAY FORCE CLOSING OF YOUTH CENTPC06/02/19721A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS PLAN KEEP AMERICA BEATIFUL DAYPC05/19/19724A
CUB SCOUTSSCOUTS PLAN KEEP AMERICA BEATIFUL DAYPC05/19/19724A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLMOCK CONVENTION TOO GOOD TO BE FOR REALPC05/18/19725A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-TEACHERCOMMITTEE TO PROBE INCIDENCE OF RACISIM IN CITPC05/10/19721A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH CENTERRUNAWAY PROBLEM INCREASING IN IOWA CITY, JOHNSPC05/09/19721A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERGROUP OF PARENTS TO AIR CONCERNSPC05/08/19724A
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTS STAND IN FOR CITY OFFICEHOLDERSPC05/04/19724A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOME PARENTS NOT SATISFIED WITH REPRIMANDPC05/04/19721A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLTEACHER REPRIMANDEDPC05/03/19722A
BOY SCOUTSSAVING RESOURCES STRESSED AT DISTRICTS SCOUT-OPC05/01/19725A
CUB SCOUTSSAVING RESOURCES STRESSED AT DISTRICTS SCOUT-OPC05/01/19725A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-TEACHERGROUP REACTIVATES ROE LEGAL DEFENSE FUNDPC04/24/19722A
YOUTH AND WORLD CRISIS SEMINARYOUTH TEAM VISITS HEREPC04/13/19727A
SOUTHWEST PARKCOUNCIL OKS ACQUISITION OF PARK LANDPC03/22/19721A
SOUTHWEST PARKCOUNCIL EXPRESSES CONCURRENCE ON PROPOSAL FORPC03/21/19723A
POWER OUTAGEKITE STRING CAUSES OUTAGE HEREPC03/21/19722A
SOUTHWEST PARKPARKS AGENCY CHANGES MIND, PROPOSES ORIGINAL SPC03/20/19721A
INDIAN LOOKOUT AREA4 IN INDIAN LOOKOUT AREA FILE SUITS ON LAND AWPC03/16/19722A
SOUTHWEST PARKLAND OWNERS CUT PRICES, PARKS UNIT TO STUDY OFPC03/09/19722A
SOUTHWEST PARKAPPRAISAL, STAFF REPORT SOUGHT ON NEW PARK PLAPC03/07/19723A
SOUTHWEST PARKPARK COMMISSION PROPOSES NEW SOUTHWEST PARK PLPC03/06/19721A
SOUTHWEST PARKCOUNCIL TO HEAR NEW PROPOSALS ON PARK LANDPC03/04/19722A
SOUTHWEST PARKCITY MAY DROP PARK PLAN-LAND PRICE TOO HIGHPC03/02/19722A
INDIAN LOOKOUT AREA2 AWARDS IN LAND APPEALSPC02/24/19722A
BOY SCOUTSBOY SCOUTS LAUNCH DRUG PROGRAMPC02/21/19725B
BOY SCOUTSBOY SCOUTS TO VISIT CITY OFFICESPC02/15/19722A
FIRE STATION-SOUTHEASTSOUTHEAST FIRE STATION IS READYPC02/14/19722A
INDIAN LOOKOUT ALLIANCEFREEWAY CONSTRUCTION HALT SOUGHTPC02/11/19721A
BOY SCOUTSRECOGNITION FOR SCOUTS SCHEDULEDPC02/10/19724A
UI-OUTSTANDING STUDENTSCOED EARNS TOP HONORS AT IOWAPC02/09/19723A
HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUTSSTREET SCHOOL WILL BEGIN MONDAYPC01/22/19723A
BOY SCOUTSNEW SCOUT POST TO WEGNERPC01/19/19726B
SOUTHWEST PARKPARK PLAN GETS GO AHEAD DESPITE COST INCREASEPC01/13/19722A
NATIONAL EMERGENCY YOUTH CONFERENCE FOR NEW VOTERSYOUTH CONFERENCE DELEGATES CLASH OVER NIXONPC01/10/19723A
IOWA YOUTH CAUCUSYOUTH CONFERENCE DELEGATES CLASH OVER NIXONPC01/10/19723A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTH PROGRAMPLACE WHERE ALTERNATIVES CAN BE FOUNDPC11/30/19715A
DEATHS-KROUTH, JESSIEDEATHSPC11/30/19712A
KROUTH, JESSIE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC11/30/19712A
BOY SCOUTSTENTS BY THE HUNDREDS (PHOTOGRAPH)PC10/25/19719A
BOY SCOUTSCOUNCIL BOY SCOUT EVENT EXPECTED TO DRAW 1,000PC10/21/197118A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST ASKS-WHAT IS AN AMERICAN?PC10/15/19715A
BOY SCOUTSBOY SCOUTS OF TROOP 208 RECEIVE AWARDSPC09/30/19719C
BOY SCOUTSAWARDS COURT HONORS SCOUTS OF TROOP 218PC09/30/19716C
INDIAN LOOKOUT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITYUNIQUE NEW HOUSING DEVELOPMENTPC09/22/19715A
ALIENATED YOUTHFUNDS APPROVED FOR GROUP AIDDING ALIENATED YOUPC09/16/19714A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHFUNDS APPROVED FOR GROUP AIDDING ALIENATED YOUPC09/16/19714A
UI-FALLOUT SHELTERSDRUGS GONE FROM CD SHELTERSPC08/04/19712A
BOY SCOUTSTROOP 220 MARKS FIRST EAGLE SCOUTPC07/10/19714A
MAYOR'S SUMMER YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMMOST EMPLOYED BY CITY-105 YOUTHS IN WORK PLANPC06/24/19714A
BOY SCOUTS2 CITY HIGH STUDENTS GET EAGLE SCOUT AWARDPC06/10/19715A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUTS PLAN ANTI-LITTER PROJECTPC06/03/19715A
BOY SCOUTSBIG SCOUT-O-RAMAPC05/13/19715A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLFIRED TEACHER ROE GIVES VIEWS IN STATEMENTPC05/07/19714A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLTHE BOYS DO THE COOKINGPC05/06/19716A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLPAPER BEING EXCHANGED FOR TREESPC05/05/19714A
EMPLOYMENT-SUMMER YOUTHCITY AGAIN TAKING PART IN YOUTH JOB PLANPC05/04/19713A
HIGHWAY 218 SOUTHHIGHWAY 218 SOUTH SECTION TO BE WIDENEDPC04/20/19717A
DEATHS-GROUT, EMMADEATHSPC04/20/19712A
GROUT, EMMA-OBITUARYDEATHSPC04/20/19712A
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTS SET ANNUAL MEETINGPC04/19/19717A
BOY SCOUTSANNUAL SCOUT EVENTS SET IN MAYPC04/17/19712A
PARENTS WITHOUT PARTNERS-PHOTOGRAPHPARENTS GROUP PLANS OPEN HOUSEPC04/15/19719A
BOY SCOUTSFIRST GIRL BOY SCOUTPC04/13/19717A
BOY SCOUTSBOOKER, HOLZHAMMER GET AWARDS FROM SCOUT COUNCPC03/31/19714A
SOUTHWEST PARKMORE U.S. FUNDS TO BE SOUGHT FOR NEW PARKPC03/23/19713A
BOY SCOUTSAREA BOY SCOUT EXECUTIVE RESIGNS; SUCCESSOR NAPC02/25/19713A
RIVERSIDE DRIVE, SOUTHHEARINGS TUESDAY ON STREET PROJECTSPC02/15/19711A
SOUTHWEST PARKAGENCY CALLS HALT TO PLANS FOR STREAM BED PARKPC01/28/19711A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSUITS IN BASKETBALL TRIP ACCIDENT TOTAL $243,9PC01/11/19711A
COUTO, DOUGLASFREE RIDE FOR UI DORM RESIDENTSPC01/07/19713A
YOUTH CENTERGROUP HOPING TO DEVELOP YOUTH CENTER FOR IOWACPC05/02/19701A
UNITED ACTION FOR YOUTHGROUP HOPING TO DEVELOP YOUTH CENTER FOR IOWACPC05/02/19701A
UI-TUITION, OUT OF STATETUITION SUIT FILEDPC05/01/19702A
CUB SCOUTSCUB SCOUTS IN JAIL (PHOTO)PC05/01/19706B
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSOUTH EAST PRESENTING VARIETY ACTSPC04/23/197011A
SCHOOLS-SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH2 JUNIOR HIGHS ACCREDITED HERE; AMONG EIGHT INPC04/21/19704A
GIRL SCOUTSMRS. GANOE TO ATTEND GIRL SCOUT POWWOWPC04/16/19707A
RURAL ROUTE 6NEW RURAL ROUTE TO BE ESTABLISHED BY POST OFFIPC04/15/19706A
BRIDGES-SOUTH DODGE STREETBRIDGE WORK PROGRESS (PHOTO)PC03/30/19701A
CUB SCOUTSKITE CONTEST (PHOTO)PC03/18/197010A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLEXOTIC COOKS (PHOTO)PC03/13/19703A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHJUNIOR HIGHS EXPERIMENT WITH BLOCK AND UNSTRUCPC03/04/19704A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGHSOUTH EAST JR. HIGH CONCERT THURSDAY NIGHTPC02/25/19702D
GIRL SCOUTSSCOUTS LEARN ABOUT GOVERNMENT (PHOTO)PC02/12/19707A
STROUT, WILLIAMDEMOCRAT STROUT RUNS FOR CONGRESSPC02/11/19701A
DEATHS-STOUT, FORRESTDEATHSPC01/21/19702A
STOUT, FORREST-OBITUARYDEATHSPC01/21/19702A
BOY SCOUTSWINTER CAMPOUTPC01/12/19705A
BOY SCOUTSSCOUT CHAIRMAN (PHOTO)PC01/07/19704A
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLTWO CHARGED WITH BREAKIN AT SCHOOLPC09/02/19694A
GROUT, HARRY-OBITUARYDEATHSPC08/21/19692A
DEATHS-GROUT, HARRYDEATHSPC08/21/19692A
SUMMER JOBS FOR YOUTHCITY STRENGTHENS YOUTH PROGRAMPC07/02/19692A
FALLOUT SHELTERSCOUNTY HAS A 63,000 EXCESS IN NUCLEAR SHELTER SPACPC06/19/19691A
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT FOR YOUTHYOUTH EMPLOYMENT PLAN SET UP FOR THE SUMMERPC06/05/19692A
CATHOLIC YOUTH DANCING CLUBCATHOLIC YOUTH DANCING CLUB ENDS IN IOWA CITYPC05/28/19694A
OUTSTANDING IOWA CITIANMAYOR HICKERSON NAMED ”OUTSTANDING IOWA CITIAN”PC05/02/19692A`
SOUTH, EILEEN-OBITUARYDEATHSPC04/04/19692A
DEATHS-SOUTH, EILEENDEATHSPC04/04/19692A
GROUT, MRS. LLOID-OBITUARYDEATHSPC12/13/19684A
DEATHS-GROUT, MRS. LLOIDDEATHSPC12/13/19684A
BRAVERMAN SOUTHGATE PLAZAK-MART STORE PLANNED AT NEW SHOPPING CENTERPC09/25/19681A
KROUTH, RICHARD-OBITUARYDEATHSPC03/18/19684A
DEATHS-KROUTH, RICHARDDEATHSPC03/18/19684A
BOY SCOUTSLONG-TIME SCOUTMASTER STEOPS DOWNPC02/14/19685A
GROUT, L. A.-OBITUARYDEATHSPC01/12/19684A
DEATHS-GROUT, L. A.DEATHSPC01/12/19684A
BOY SCOUTSLEPIC, SWAILS RECEIVE EAGLE BOY SCOUT AWARDSPC11/10/19675
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTS BUSY WITH VARIETY OF ACTIVITIESPC11/02/19678A
BOY SCOUTSGIVERS BUDGET $24,000 FOR SCOUT ACTIVITYPC10/10/19679
EAGLE SCOUTSBLACK EARNS EAGLE AWARDPC09/21/19674A
JOBS-YOUTHJOB 'CLEARING HOUSE ' FOR YOUTHS SEEN HEREPC08/25/19671
DEATHS-KROUTH, EMILYDEATHSPC07/18/19672
KROUTH, EMILY-OBITUARYDEATHSPC07/18/19672
KROUTH, EMILY-OBITUARYDEATHSPC07/17/19672
DEATHS-KROUTH, EMILYDEATHSPC07/17/19672
BOY SCOUTSRAYMOND HAMILTON GETS EAGLE RANK IN TROOP 214PC07/12/19673B
SOUTHWEST BYPASSU HEIGHTS PLANS TO JOIN IOWA CITY, UI IN BYPASS PLPC05/12/19679A
UI-FALLOUT SHELTERSUI OFFERS SHELTERS TO PUBLICPC04/15/19676
FALLOUT SHELTERSUI OFFERS SHELTERS TO PUBLICPC04/15/19676
SOUTHWEST BYPASSCITY, UI OBJECT TO ALTERATION IN BYPASS PLANPC04/12/19671
SOUTHWEST BYPASSPROPOSED ROUTE OF SOUTHWEST BYPASSPC04/11/19677
SOUTHWEST BYPASSSTATE UPGRADES PROPOSED SOUTHWEST BYPASS HEREPC04/05/19671
FALLOUT SHELTERSFALLOUT PROTECTION SURVEY BEGINSPC04/04/19679
MILK HOLDOUTFARMERS BUY 1,300 QUARTS OF MILK HEREPC03/25/19671
SOUTHEAST JR. HIGH SCHOOLLOCAL YOUNGSTERS VIEW CHEATINGPC03/24/19675
MILK HOLDOUTLOCAL GROCERS NOTE NO EFFECT IN MILK HOLDOUTPC03/17/19674
MILK HOLDOUTSIX COUNTY DAIRY FARMERS JOINING MILK WITHHOLDINGPC03/16/19674
RADIOACTIVE FALLOUTFALLOUT PROTECTION PROBE TO INVOLVE LOCAL HOMESPC02/21/19674
GIRL SCOUTSPIECE OF LAND, TREES, HILLS AND WATER: A PERFECTPC02/16/19676
MERCER PARK--SEE SOUTHEAST PARKBRANDT URGING SOUTHEAST PARK DEVELOPMENT FOR SOMEPC01/25/19673
SOUTHEAST PARK--SEE MERCER PARKBRANDT URGING SOUTHEAST PARK DEVELOPMENT FOR SOMEPC01/25/19673
DEATHS-FOUTS, IDA MAEDEATHSPC01/24/19672
FOUTS, IDA MAE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC01/24/19672
SOUTH CAPITOL STREETUI TO BUY PROPERTY WEST OF COURTHOUSEPC01/14/19673
SOUTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL-PTAPTA REQUESTS SAFEGUARDS AT FIRST AVENUE CROSSINGPC01/11/19672
GROUT, CARRIE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC01/03/19674
DEATHS-GROUT, CARRIEDEATHSPC01/03/19674
NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH CORPSYOUTH CORPS GRANT GIVEN TENTATIVE OKPC12/02/19664
BOY SCOUTSSPECTOR AGAIN HEADS AREA SCOUT DISTRICTPC11/11/19666
BOY SCOUTSAREA SCOUTING DRAWS 1,400 BOYSPC10/18/19665
NATIONAL YOUTH CONFERENCE ON THE ATOM2 AREA HIGH SCHOOLERS PICKED FOR 'ATOM' TRIPPC10/14/196614
SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLARCHITECTS ARE NAMED TO DRAW SCHOOL PLANSPC10/12/196611
GIRL SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTS: LEARNING AND HELPINGPC10/10/19666
SOUTHEAST PARK5.78 ACRE SOUTHEAST PARK SITE TO BE BOUGHT BY CITY FOR $14,163PC10/05/19668
SOUTHEAST PARKNEW PARK ON AGENDA FOR COUNCILPC10/03/19661
SOUTHEAST PARKCOUNCIL OKS MASTER PLANS FOR 2 NEW PARKSPC09/07/19665
GIRL SCOUTSMISS HARVEY STARTS JOB AS 'TOP SCOUT'PC09/02/19667
NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH CORPSSCHOOL BOARD CONSIDERS YOUTH CORPS PROGRAMPC08/10/19667
DEATHS-STOUT, AUDREY M.DEATHSPC08/09/19662
STOUT, AUDREY M.-OBITUARYDEATHSPC08/09/19662
BOY SCOUTS-EAGLE SCOUTSTEVEN SIEGER RECEIVES BOY SCOUTS' EAGLE AWARDPC07/27/19666
SOUTHEAST PARKSOME USE OF SOUTHEAST PARK SEEN NEXT YEARPC07/27/19665
REDDOUT, JERRY DUANE-OBITUARYDEATHSPC07/26/19662
DEATHS-REDDOUT, JERRY DUANEDEATHSPC07/26/19662
REDDOUT, JERRYLOCAL YOUTH, 16, DROWNS IN CORALVILLE RESERVOIRPC07/25/19661
NEW BYPASS PLAN OUTLINED HEREMETRO PLAN UNIT OVERHAUL AHEAD; 'NEW START' ASKEDPC07/21/19661
BOY SCOUTS-EAGLE RANKTWO LOCAL SCOUTS EARN EAGLE RANKPC06/15/196613
YOUTH OPPORTUNITIES COMMITTEEJOHNSON COUNTY ALLOTED 5 JOBS FOR YOUTH CORPSPC06/09/19667
NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH CORPSJOHNSON COUNTY ALLOTED 5 JOBS FOR YOUTH CORPSPC06/09/19667
GROUT, JESSEAREA FARMER BECOMES SELF-TAUGHT ARTISTPC06/02/19664
YOUTH CORPSWORKERS SOUGHT AS CITY READIES 2ND YOUTH CORPSPC06/01/19661
IOWA CITY NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH CORPSWORKERS SOUGHT AS CITY READIES 2ND YOUTH CORPSPC06/01/19661
EAGLE SCOUTSTWO LOCAL BOY SCOUTS ARE AWARDED EAGLE RANKPC05/10/19665
BOY SCOUTSTWO LOCAL BOY SCOUTS ARE AWARDED EAGLE RANKPC05/10/19665
OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY LEADEROSMUNDSON 'OUTSTANDING CITY LEADER'PC05/05/19663
BOY SCOUTS-EAGLE SCOUTSTWO LIVINGSTON BROTHERS RECEIVE EAGLE SCOUT RANKPC04/20/196616
SOUTH EAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLPORTABLE UNIT'S ROOF FAILS AT SOUTH EST JR. HIGHPC04/01/19662
BOY SCOUTSDEAN HUBBARD HEADS SCOUT TOGETHER-WE-ORGANIZE PLANPC03/26/19663
POWER OUTAGELIGHTNING-CAUSED POWER OUTAGE ASSESSED HEREPC03/22/19662
CITY NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH CORPSYOUTH CORPS CONTINUED IN IOWA CITYPC03/02/19665
OUTSTANDING YOUNG FARMER OF 1966WALL NAMED TOP FARMER BY JAYCEESPC02/25/19664
GIRL SCOUTS-CAMPGIRL SCOUT COUNCIL TO DEVELOP 120-ACRE RESERVOIR SITE AS CAMPPC02/08/19664