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Schindler Appointed New Delaware County Recorder

Delaware County has a new county recorder. Daneen Schindler was sworn in Wednesday morning after being appointed to the position by the Delaware County Board of Supervisors. Schindler was one of 43 applicants for the position, with the group quickly ...

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Atkinson Family Donates to Delhi Library/City Hall Project

The City of Delhi has received a generous donation for the community's new library/city hall project. The family of Roy Atkinson recently presented Delhi librarian DeAnna Hogan with a check for over 16-thousand dollars. Atkinson, who passed away in 2009, ...

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Three Injured in Buchanan County Collision

Three people were injured Wednesday morning in a crash in Buchanan County. The Iowa State Patrol says the accident happened at the intersection of V-65 and D-47 south of Jesup. A car driven by 17-year old Jenna Weber of Brandon ...

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NWS: Del. Co. Storm Damage Likely Caused by Straight-Line Winds

It's been a waiting game for some Delaware County storm victims this past week... The powerful winds that moved through Monday morning caused numerous damage from Arlington to Epworth. And while some people got out the chainsaws just hours after ...

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Composer of Field of Dreams Soundtrack Killed in Plane Crash

It's a musical soundtrack many Dyersville area residents have become familiar with and taken great pride in over the past 25 years... The man behind the music of "Field of Dreams" died earlier this week. Academy Award-winning composer James Horner was ...

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RMC Hospital Addition Named River Ridge Pavilion

Regional Medical Center (RMC) has named the facility expansion currently under construction River Ridge Pavilion. RMC held a contest where employees could submit name ideas for the new building. Congratulations to the two employees who came up with the winning ...

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Schindler Appointed New Delaware County Recorder

Delaware County has a new county recorder. Daneen Schindler was sworn in Wednesday morning after being appointed to the position by the Delaware County Board of Supervisors. Schindler was one of 43 applicants for the position, with the group quickly narrowed down to five finalists – Cindy Craig, Holly Zieser, Marsha Mescher, Barb Wall and

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HS Baseball/Softball: Results from Thurs. 7-2

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The West Delaware Hawks softball team split with class 3A 14th-ranked Mount Vernon last night at home, losing 2-1 in game one and winning the nightcap 5-2. The six seniors on the squad were honored between games for their years of dedication and effort towards the program. The Hawks have 4 games

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Delaware County Fair Celebrity Charity Donkey Races

Several Delaware County businesses have employees who are competing against each other in the Delaware County Fair’s new Celebrity Charity Donkey Races… Each business has two employees who are collecting donations for the charity of their choice, and the employee who raises the most money wins both jars of donations AND has to ride a

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Record Soybean Crop Planted, Progress Slowed By Rain

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – A record 85.1 million acres of soybeans are in the ground in the U.S., though a wet few months have kept farmers from planting in some states. The planted soybean acreage is 2 percent more than in 2014, with the largest increases found in Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota and Tennessee. The

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  • Firefighter “overwhelmed” with support as he battles cancer July 4, 2015
    A retired firefighter in northwest Iowa is collecting t-shirts from fire departments across the country as he battles cancer and recovers from heart surgery. Doug Harms retired from the Le Mars Fire Department last year due to health issues related to his heart. Since that time, he has also been diagnosed as having cancer in […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor
  • Sanders says he has a ‘strong chance of winning Iowa’ July 3, 2015
    Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spent the first half of this Friday campaigning in Republican-leaning northwest Iowa. A crowd of over 200 greeted him for an early morning event in Sheldon and about 150 people crowded into the Better Day Cafe in Storm Lake to see Sanders over the noon-hour. “The reason that we’re going […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • Iowa Job Honor Awards recognize ‘second chances’ July 3, 2015
    A new non-profit group is putting the spotlight on Iowans who’ve made the most of “second chances” and recognizing the companies that have hired them. Kyle Horn is the founder of the “Iowa Job Honor Awards” program. “The case that we attempt to make is not for the indiscriminant hiring of candidates with ‘red flags’ […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor
  • DMACC president selected for leadership role with national nonprofit July 3, 2015
    An Iowan was recently named chairperson of the “leadership council” for a nonprofit organization that’s working to expand economic opportunities to more Americans. Des Moines Area Community College President Rob Denson is now the head of Opportunity Nation’s Leadership Council, whose members include Arianna Huffington and former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich. “To me, it […]
    Pat Curtis
  • Thousands of vintage vehicles vrooooom into Des Moines July 3, 2015
    The largest vintage car show in the Midwest is opening today in central Iowa. The 24th annual Goodguys Heartland Nationals is underway through Sunday at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines. Goodguys spokeswoman Betsy Bennett says many hundreds of shiny vehicles will be on display from all across the country at the event. “This […]
    Matt Kelley

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