Lanesboro Arts is presenting “Gone But Not Forgotten: Remembering Those Lost To Police Brutality.” The exhibition, part of an ongoing initiative to portray diverse voices through local programming, features 26 quilts curated by Carolyn Mazloomi and is part of Textile Center and Women of Color Quilters Network’s “We Are the Story” initiative.
Activity in the House of Representatives has started to develop into a routine, as bills are filed, assigned to committees and subcommittees are appointed to take public input. I am eager to begin the process of evaluating the bill proposals and work to adopt laws that serve Iowans.
The Harpers Ferry Youth Ice Fishing Clinic sponsored by the Harpers Ferry Boosters Club and the Allamakee County Conservation Board will be at Nobles Island Boat Access, 645 Hwy 364, Harpers Ferry on Sunday, Jan. 31.
This week was the second week of the legislative session. While it was shorter than normal due to Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 18, it was busy and full of subcommittee meetings as we start going through the legislative process. Subcommittees are the first step in the legislative process and are one of the ways Iowans can be involved . . .