[ad_1] OCEAN TOWNSHIP – The pandemic’s impact and retaining teachers are some of the key issues in the race for Board of Education.   Three four-year seats are up for grabs in the town’s Board of Education election. Five candidates are vying for those spots. Board President Janice Fuller is not seeking re-election.  Running on the Experience Matters ticket are incumbents Irene Gilman,
[ad_1] Dustin Avent-Holt is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Augusta University. Imagine a world where you are exiled from the United States for speaking out against the actions of its political leaders. Kicked right out of the country. We actually don’t have to imagine this. The Gulag system in the Soviet Union did this very
[ad_1] Support Local Journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} Meanwhile, Republican Party leadership, which has no problem blasting its opponents or censuring other Republicans in the state, offered little reaction at all. Chairman Frank Eathorne put the onus back on the county party. Bray, meanwhile, apologized “for the language that he used” but
[ad_1] Iowa Capital Dispatch’s claim that Iowa Workforce Development violated the state’s open records law while failing to turn over its director’s text messages has “merit,” a state panel decided Thursday. The Iowa Public Information Board ruled that the news organization’s formal complaint against the state agency is “legally sufficient” and “has merit,” in addition