PERRY, Iowa — Kate Glenney and Levi Faas were married Dec. 10, 2016, at the Perry Bible Church in Perry. The reception took place at La Poste, a 1915 vintage United States Post Office that has been restored as an event center.
MUSCATINE, Iowa — Jennifer Proctor and Justin Dornbush, both of Muscatine, were untied in marriage on Oct. 8, 2016 at Zion Lutheran Church in Muscatine. The reception was held at the 38 Special Event Center in Wilton.
Kelsey Reed of Muscatine and Dakota Wright of Illinois City, Ill., were united in marriage on July 9, 2016 at the Barn on the Ridge in Burlington.
MUSCATINE, Iowa—A reception will be held for Mandy (Smead) and Nick Rudolph starting at 6 p.m., Saturday, June 25 at the American Legion, 110 S. Houser St., in Muscatine.
MUSCATINE, Iowa — Julia Kay Townsley, of Letts, and John Christopher Dieckman, of Columbus Junction, were united in marriage on Nov. 28, 2015, at Calvary Church in Muscatine, and the reception was held at the Wilton Community Center.
TIFFIN, Iowa — Susanne Shipley and Sam Crews, both of Des Moines, were united in marriage on Nov. 7, 2015, at Bella Sala in Tiffin.
Nancy E. (Ball) White and Charlie D. Lane, both of Muscatine, were united in marriage Nov. 1, 2015, at Zion Lutheran in Wilton. The reception was held in the church basement.
AMES, Iowa--Lindsey Shultz of Charles City, and Eric Wilson of St. Paul, Minnesota, were united in marriage on Saturday, June 6, 2015 at the First United Methodist Church in Ames.
MUSCATINE, Iowa-- Jill Stalzer and Andrew Temple, both of Muscatine, were united in marriage on July 18, 2015 at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Iowa City. The reception was held at the Sheraton Ballroom in Iowa City.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa-- Ashley Nicole Vanderloo and Matthew Mark Pugh were married Aug. 15, 2015 in an outdoor ceremony at The Marina Inn- Garden Terrace. A reception followed with a dinner and dance.
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota — Kate Hennies and Jake Vander Linden, both of Astoria, New York, were united in marriage on Sept. 26, 2015, at St. Lambert Catholic Church in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The reception was held at the Museum of Visual Materials.
Esmeralda Chavez and Justin Anderson, both of Muscatine, were united in marriage on Aug. 15, 2015, in an outdoor ceremony at the Izaak Walton League.
Melissa Paulsen and Chad Sanasack, both of Wilton, were united in marriage on Sept. 26, 2015 at Grace Lutheran Church. The reception was held at the Durant Community Center.
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Stephanie Jo Hubbell, of Muscatine, and David Matthew Jacobs, of Dubuque, were united in marriage on June 20, 2015 at Walnut Park Baptist Church.
Melissa Lemkau and Derek Hagens, both of Muscatine, were united in marriage on Saturday, June 27, 2015, at St. Mathias Catholic Church followed by a reception at Wilton Community Center.
Judy Freitag and William Law, both of Fruitland, were united in marriage on Monday, June 8, 2015 at Musser Park followed by a reception at Francesca Vitale's.
Aaryn Elizabeth Gries and Nicholas Lee Williams, both of Houston, Texas, were united in marriage on Saturday, May 9, 2015 at Amber Springs Stonebrook Hall in Montgomery, Texas.
Jennifer Ray Stych and Joey Lee Salazar, both of Muscatine, were united in marriage on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at Chapel of Flowers in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Rose Torgerson, formerly of Muscatine, and Thomas Berry, formerly of Monticello, Georgia, both of Olympia, Washington, were united in marriage at a private ceremony on Feb. 21, 2015 at the home of the bride's parents in Aberdeen, Washington.
A judge has temporarily delayed the execution of a Georgia man who was scheduled to die Tuesday for killing an 8-year-old girl 46 years ago. Virgil Delano Presnell Jr. killed the girl and raped her 10-year-old friend after abducting them as they walked home from school just outside Atlanta, on May 4, 1976. He was scheduled to die by injection at the state prison in Jackson at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Georgia’s parole board on Monday declined to halt the execution, however lawyers for the Federal Defender Program filed a lawsuit last week and an emergency motion Monday in Fulton County Superior Court. They said the setting of his execution date violates a written agreement with the office of state attorney general that temporarily put executions on hold during the coronavirus pandemic.
The white gunman charged in a deadly, racist rampage inside a Buffalo supermarket didn’t need to travel abroad for tactical training, nor did he need to join an organization of like-minded militants who shared his world view. All Payton Gendron needed on his path to radicalization was exposure on the internet to a stew of hate-filled conspiracies, peddled in some cases by white killers whose massacres he had extensively researched online. The 18-year-old now stands accused in a murderous assault that left 10 Black people dead, and the rant-filled diatribe attributed to him fits an all-too-familiar profile — an aggrieved white man driven to violence by racist extremism.
North Korea reported another large jump in illnesses believed to be COVID-19 and encouraged good health habits as an outbreak spreads through its unvaccinated population. State media also said the military had deployed medical officers to help distribute medicine. The country said Tuesday another 270,000 people were found with fevers and six people died. That raises North Korea's deaths to 56 after more than 1.48 million people became ill with fever since late April. North Korea's outbreak is almost certainly bigger than the tally since it has limited testing capacity. There are also suspicions its death toll is underreported because people fear punishment or are trying to soften the blow to the country's leadership.
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