People volunteer to have their head shaved to raise money for children’s cancer research-learn more from one of the volunteers, Kate Sager, in today’s FYI Show
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See previous posts about the arrest of a suspect in the death of the two Clinton natives who are Representative Mary Wolfe’s sisters
Radio Iowa – March 5, 2014 By O. Kay Henderson
An eastern Iowa lawmaker whose sisters were murdered in Pennsylvania last month today thanked her colleagues in the Iowa House for their support of her family during this tragedy. Representative Mary Wolfe of Clinton spoke from her desk on the House floor late this afternoon.
link to listen to Representative Wolfe’s comments is included at the end of the story
Neighbor in police custody in deaths of East Liberty sisters, Sarah and Susan Wolfe.
Their parents and sister, State Representative Mary Wolfe live in Clinton
STATEMENT FROM REP. MARY WOLFE OF CLINTON ON DEVELOPMENTS IN PITTSBURGH ISSUED THROUGH THE LEGISLATIVE OFFICE
“I’m extremely appreciative of the hard work and dedication of the Pittsburgh law enforcement community and of the unwavering support my family and I have received and continue to receive from my colleagues and the people of Iowa during this difficult time.”
Interesting reading from the Iowa Public Interest Institute on public debt. Clinton and Clinton Schools not among top five in per capita debt according to this newsletter.
March 3rd, 2014 will be in the record book for a record low temperature. Clinton area weather observer Jim Blaess says the low this morning was 15 below zero and broke the record for the date that had been a zero reading in 1943. Blaess said that today (Monday) is the coldest temperature in March records that has been recorded. The old record was 14-below on March 5th and 6th in 1960.
Read more about the winter weather – click the ‘more’ sign