Being a swing state, Iowans have received too many campaign commercials, mailings, phone calls and knocks on the door to count. That will come to an end Nov. 6, when voting comes to an end. Click through the slideshow to see the decisions Ames’ voters will make on the big day.
Crossing guards – Ames schools from Ethos magazine on Vimeo. Produced by: Zhenru Zhang/Ethos Joshua and Sue Dubs, of Ames, Iowa, make a living by working as school crossing guards for the city. They work 30 to 45 minutes every weekday to make sure that the children safely across the street when school ends. Sue […]
Jen and Jim Coppoc, Ames locals, went unplugged for Ethos and told us their story and their relationship with Ames. Both have been involved in Maximum Ames since its start last fall and are constantly engaging in the music and poetry scene in Ames. Jen has been singing and writing since her teenage years and […]