Iowa Town Martials Volunteers to Produce Newspaper Life in the small eastern Iowa town of Lost Nation is chronicled in a weekly paper produced by volunteers. They work in a bank-turned-beauty shop and are about to put out their 1,000th issue.

Iowa Town Martials Volunteers to Produce Newspaper

Iowa Town Martials Volunteers to Produce Newspaper

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Life in the small eastern Iowa town of Lost Nation is chronicled in a weekly paper produced by volunteers. They work in a bank-turned-beauty shop and are about to put out their 1,000th issue.

Rev. Paul Skelly (left) and other volunteers who help put together the Scoop. David Schaper, NPR hide caption

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