Early yesterday morning, Ben Kohnen of Pomeroy was in a major predicament. He was speeding along an Iowa highway on his way to the hospital after his wife told him she was going to give birth at any moment. After passing law enforcement a pursuit started, but his wife Rachel said don't stop. What to do? Ben kept going. Tire spikes were thrown down and some very tense moments followed:
It's a 19-day city-wide art exhibit in which artists display their work for everyone to see. People and a juried panel then vote on which pieces they think are the best and the winners receive $560,000 in cash prizes. There are many mediums, including paintings, drawings, sculpture and even performance art.
A local couple has gone viral for paying it forward recently when they were out to eat. Makenzie and Steven Schultz were receiving slow service but decided to handle it differently than most people would.
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