21 October 2015
A freshman  view of  CCHS

A freshman view of CCHS


A freshman view of CCHS As a freshman, I never thought I’d love the high school. With more homework and longer class periods it worried me. I...
Tune into Iowa’s Medicaid changes, they’ll affect you

Tune into Iowa’s Medicaid changes, they’ll affect you


Tune into Iowa’s Medicaid changes, they’ll affect you Almost everyone agrees that health care costs continue to increase. Everyone who pays t...
OF FALL AND WINTER

OF FALL AND WINTER


OF FALL AND WINTER “In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer.” — Albert Camus, French author, ...
 
Feds prepare for mass release of prisoners

Feds prepare for mass release of prisoners


Feds prepare for mass release of prisoners During las week’s Democratic presidential debate, Hillary Clinton said, “We have got to stop impri...
20 October 2015
LETTER TO THE EDITOR Better call a tow truck !

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Better call a tow truck !


LETTER TO THE EDITOR Better call a tow truck ! Mondays can be a tough day for some. Turns out I had one of those Mondays last week. To mak...
EDITORIALS ELSEWHERE

EDITORIALS ELSEWHERE


EDITORIALS ELSEWHERE Recent editorials published in Iowa newspapers courtesy of The Associated Press. Who can save $50 million in Medicaid? S...
 
Smartphones are changing our brains

Smartphones are changing our brains


Smartphones are changing our brains In Stephen King’s “Cell,” published in 2007, a pulse hits people as they are speaking on their cellphon...
Rein in Washington

Rein in Washington


Rein in Washington At this time of year, I am tuned in to crop yields from county to county. Early reports indicate Iowa farmers are harvesting a...
LETTERS POLICY

LETTERS POLICY


LETTERS POLICY The Charles City Press is committed to offering a wide variety of views. To submit a letter to the editor or guest column, email i...
 
10 June 2015
EDITORIAL: An expensive daydream 

EDITORIAL: An expensive daydream 


For a brief moment, we foolishly believed that all this Gila (and, hey, maybe the San Francisco!) river diversion talk was about to come to a scre...