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New options coming with next year's ACT tests

ACT will offer some new options on its college entrance exam beginning next year, the nonprofit testing organization announced last week. Read more


Eastern portion of I-680 in Iowa to be renamed I-880 to end confusion

A portion of Interstate 680 in western Iowa soon will be renamed Interstate 880 to end the confusion that motorists might experience, especially during flooding. Read more

Forecast: Beautiful fall days ahead

It definitely feels like autumn. Read more

Teen arrested after stolen pickup involved in crash Monday morning

Council Bluffs Police arrested a 17-year-old male after he was in a crash involving a stolen pickup truck Monday morning. Read more


New Nonpareil sports reporter Shannon excited to get back into writing

Hello. I’m very excited to be joining The Daily Nonpareil and covering local sports again. Read more

Oct. 15 scoreboard

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Prep Roundup: Treynor wins in WIC volleyball tourney semis

TREYNOR — Kailey Rochholz had 12 kills. Natalie Simpson chipped in four kills and a pair of blocks and Emma Flathers had 25 set assists Mon… Read more

Photo Galleries

These 12 Democrats will be on tonight's presidential debate stage

The fourth 2020 Democratic presidential debate will be held tonight at 8 at Otterbein University, outside of Columbus, Ohio. It will be sho… Read more

Today's top pics: Wrecks at Talladega; devastating scenes from typhoon in Japan; and more

Today's top pics as selected by The Associated Press: Read more

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Two Utah firefighters got purple manicures to cheer up a young girl upset after car crash

The two dads, both fathers of young girls, soothed the upset girl by allowing her to paint their nails after the car accident Saturday in the northern Utah city of Clearfield. Read more

At Japan's annual dolphin hunt, a struggle between local traditions and global anger

In the Japanese town of Taiji, dolphins are herded into a cove. Some are killed for meat. Others are caught alive to sell. Read more

Jayme Closs: 1 year after abduction, I'm feeling stronger

The family attorney says Jayme, who has celebrated her 14th birthday, inherited her strength and soft heart from her father and mother. Read more

Face of the Day

Oct. 15 Face of the Day: Kaden Boettger

Kaden Boettger is a seventh grader at Kirn Middle School who recently celebrated his 13th birthday. He enjoys playing outside with friends,… Read more


Iowa Views: 'The small go out': Ag secretary's comments about dairy farmers' troubles were insensitive

The following editorial was published in the Des Moines Register on Oct. 10: Read more

Editorial: Trump's message to allies

President Donald Trump’s seemingly impetuous decision to withdraw virtually all U.S. troops from northern Syria has once again underscored … Read more