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High school cracks down on student cellphone use

Aug 26, 2014 • KCCI Des Moines
When the World Cup was on, people were watching the World Cup,” said Skyler Ball, a senior at Roosevelt High School, in Des Moines. Roosevelt English teacher Haley Moehlis said students claim it's their parents who are contacting them when their phones ... More

Volunteers visit struggling Des Moines students

Aug 23, 2014 • DesMoinesRegister.com
Tascha Brown and Erika Ramirez, two school improvement leaders at Roosevelt High School, and Maria Bennett, a volunteer from Wells Fargo, arrived at his home to reach out. To their surprise, Shafie was already at school practicing with the football ... More

Walt Shotwell, longtime Register journalist, dead at 93

Aug 16, 2014 • DesMoinesRegister.com
Walt Shotwell, former Des Moines Register and Tribune reporter and columnist who died early Saturday, was that kind of journalist. He once wrote an article about the Mason City homecoming ... Shotwell was born in Des Moines on April 25, 1921. He ... More

Lolo Jones to Compete on 'Dancing with the Stars'

Aug 27, 2014 • whotv.com
DES MOINES, IowaDes Moines-native Lolo Jones announced last week she was shutting down her track and field season and Wednesday we learned why. Eonline reports Lolo will compete on ABC's Dancing with the Stars. The show says it won't confirm ... More

Des Moines and Area News

Aug 8, 2014 • DesMoinesRegister.com
AIB College of Business received a Governor's Volunteer Award in a special recognition ceremony held recently in Pleasant Hill. Iowa Department of Transportation Director Paul Trombino III nominated AIB for a group volunteer award because of its ... More

Munson: Burnette's collection to be auctioned today

Aug 23, 2014 • DesMoinesRegister.com
Whether it's Amedeo Rossi of 80/35 Music Fest or Des Moines Social Club's Zachary Mannheimer, they cite Burnette as a spiritual godfather, a “behind-the-scenes visionary,” a Gandalf or Dumbledore of their fledgling efforts to help sprout theatrical ... More

Baristas Inspire Project for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities

Aug 5, 2014 • whotv.com
DES MOINES, Iowa –Workers at a local coffee shop are inspiring a new project to help adults with intellectual disabilities cook on their own at home. Roosevelt High School Junior Charlie Flippen works at Plymouth Grounds Coffee Shop. He says, “I do a ... More

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