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Ryan Penney, a park ranger at Narrows River Park, is about to embark on his 10th year of participating in the Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa (RAGBRAI).

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The Christian vocal group Crowned Worship begin their third season in Iowa with a performance at St. John Lutheran Church in Council Bluffs on Sunday.

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So, did I want to be like my father? If I was to become “a man” — and if I was to know I was one — I needed to know where I came from and what I was made of. Many men are ashamed of their fathers, and I fell within that group. Although I tried hard not to become like my father, unfortunately…

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As we near mid-June, stargazers in southwest Iowa have the opportunity to view a unique constellation overhead that has several identifying features but the one that intrigues me the most is known as the “Flower Pot.”

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As we move into the month of June, it’s been 111 years since an explosion rocked a remote and sparsely inhabited region of Siberia, and what caused the blast is still nothing more than speculation.

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“Mr. J.C. Hoffmayr, proprietor of the City Roller Mills, is the oldest miller in the West, the present business being established in 1856. This mill is supplied with the most modern machinery [1882] using the full ‘Hungarian process.’ He manufactures the following well-known brands of flour:…

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At some point in their lives, everyone has been out at night looking at the stars overhead and perhaps on more than one occasion have seen a particularly bright star and asked themselves, “I wonder what star that is?” How many of you have ever made the effort to find out?