Chronicle Staff

11/29/2016 - 4:57pm
21 Century Zines      Who remembers the “Fanzine?” Or as they would become more well known in the 1970 counter-culture movement, “Zines?” As a quick refresher, these “zines” were magazines put together by small groups of people for the most niche of audiences. They found their popularity in the 70s as an underground, newsletter-esque method...
10/18/2016 - 4:04pm
Warehouse closing sheds light on federal regulation of mental health programs      Since 1976, Access, Inc. has been providing its prevocational workshop program to clients in Franklin County. The program has provided those with mental or intellectual disabilities, or those recovering from brain injuries the opportunity to...
10/04/2016 - 2:55pm
Help us help you      Everyone has their criticisms of the media. As journalists ourselves, no one has more criticisms towards the industry than we do. It gets under our skin when we watch moderators and reporters leave comments go unchecked; it drives us absolutely crazy when we see cat videos and celebrities, and ‘he...
09/20/2016 - 4:40pm
The people v. public records How Iowa’s public records handling can jeopardize the rights of individuals        The Des Moines Register recently reminded us all about the fragility of constitutional practices in our society.      In an article last week, the Register confirmed that newspaper...
09/13/2016 - 4:54pm
Stay Safe      With the leaves of soybean plants and corn stalks beginning to yellow, comes the sign of the season. The fall harvest is nearly upon Iowa.      Farming has been an institution of civilization since the first settled cities, dating back centuries ago. It’s what allowed for the...
09/06/2016 - 11:08am
Investing in your community is your best investment      The financial market is a rough one to break into. Stocks, bonds, yields, dividends, rates of return, interest rates, etc., can all sound Greek to the average person who works a fulltime job. With the soul goal to provide the necessities for a family, there can be very little...
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