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Jones family continues long road to recovery

NICKERSON, Kan. — Fundraisers continue for the family of Nickerson High School coach Trey Jones. Amy Jones continues to be watched closely by doctors on her injured legs. According to social media posts, she has undergone another operation to care for what were critical injuries to both legs. Ava continues to rehab and a short video can be seen of her using a walker to regain strength in her legs.
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State attorneys general talk future tech cases in national conference

State attorneys general may soon play a larger role in the regulation of tech companies and digital industries, speakers discussed at the National Association of Attorneys General summit this week. Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller, NAAG president, chose the topic for this week’s conference in Des Moines: consumer protection in the internet age. The officials […] The post State attorneys general talk future tech cases in national conference appeared first on Iowa Capital Dispatch.
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Ashton Kutcher Grabbed More Props From That '70s Show's Set Than You Probably Thought

Starring as the engagingly air-headed Michael Kelso on Fox's hit sitcom "That '70s Show," Ashton Kutcher began his career far from the bright lights of Hollywood. The truth is, during his time as a student at the University of Iowa in 1997, Kutcher was spotted by a talent scout in one of Iowa City's downtown bars. After winning a local modeling competition and moving to New York City, his modeling career shifted into high gear. It quickly led to his being cast in "That '70s Show," along with his future wife, Mila Kunis.

Hall Named New Ames City Clerk

Deputy City Clerk Renee Hall was recently named Ames City Clerk, replacing Diane Voss who held the post for more than 25 years. Hall began her new position on Aug. 2. “As a current employee, Renee’s experience in the Ames City Clerk’s Office provides a strong foundation for continuing the excellent standard of service customers have come to expect,” said City Manager Steve Schainker. “We look forward to Renee’s leadership as the new City Clerk and building on the legacy of her predecessor.”