An actor from the movie “Field of Dreams” is buying a historic building in the northeast Iowa town where the 1989 film was shot.
BPC Staff Nov 3, 2020 | 4:38 pm
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Cedar Rapids Gazette: The state has agreed to settle with a former Iowa State University employee who alleged there is rampant harassment and discrimination in the 4-H youth program the university’s extension service oversees. John-Paul Chaisson-Cardenas sued the state and several ISU administrators in April 2019 for a list of harassment, discrimination and retaliation complaints related to his time as Iowa 4-H leader in the ISU Extension and Outreach Services Office. The state on Oct. 22 agreed to pay Chaisson-Cardenas a gross settlement of $550,000, of which $220,000 will cover attorney fees.
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