Muscatine

Muscatine

(mŭskətēn`), city (1990 pop. 22,881), seat of Muscatine co., SE Iowa, on the Mississippi River; inc. 1851. An early center of river traffic and lumbering, Muscatine is the shipping and processing center of a rich agricultural area. There is also light manufacturing.
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MUSCATINE, IOWA (AP) -- Current and former staffers of Muscatine Community College's newspaper are suing the school alleging free speech violations.
headquarters building located at 2210 Second Avenue in Muscatine, Iowa.
The local daily, the Muscatine Journal, said it has been flooded with phone calls and emails for the last week from patients who've reached out to say how sad they were to see Dr.
In this first installment of "Indic Picks, "Bradley Graham and Lissa Muscatine, owners of Politics & Prose Bookstore in Washington, DC, recommend a few of their favorite books to Moment readers.
Dabeet, who is also is an economics and business professor at Muscatine Community College in Iowa, said "we have made arrangements to hold rallies in coordination with several US non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in different states.
television station, KOIN-TV (which it sold in 2000), publisher of its Muscatine Journal in Iowa and its Herald & Review in Decatur, general manager of its La Crosse Tribune in Wisconsin and marketing director in Muscatine.
Higher education reformer Muscatine founded Strawberry Creek College, a six-year experiment using full professors and small classes to teach lower-division students.
The lawsuit was filed by Bridgestone, Nashville, TN; Baudag, Muscatine, IA; and Pirelli Tire LLC, Rome, GA.
Pleasant, Muscatine and Creston recycling facilities in Iowa.
PMB 168, 429 Lake Park Boulevard, Muscatine, Iowa 52761
of Muscatine, IA, will seek shareholder approval at an annual meeting May 4 to change its name to HNI Corp.
Kent Feeds, Muscatine, Iowa, names new consumer products sales managers.