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It's Not Too Late for Flu Shot

With influenza or the ‘flu’ increasing in the state, now is a good reminder that it’s not too late to get your annual flu shot. Everyone is at risk for the flu but especially children, adults 65+, pregnant women, and ...

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Bush Campaigning in Eastern Iowa

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush will be making a campaign visit to eastern Iowa this week. Governor Bush will hold a coffee and donuts event in Dubuque at 8:30 am Tuesday morning at the University of Dubuque’s Heritage Center. Bush ...

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State-of-the-Art Renovations at West Delaware Welding Lab

The West Delaware High School welding lab has undergone a major renovation. $160,000 worth of improvements were recently made at the lab, giving area high school students a better environment to learn new skills and train for a possible career. Adult ...

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Three People Treated after Linn County House Fire

CENTRAL CITY, Iowa (AP) - Three people, including two firefighters, have been treated for injuries after a blaze that damaged a camper and house in Linn County. Firetrucks were dispatched just after 8 p.m. Tuesday to a home about two miles ...

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Foreigner Announced as Delaware Co. Fair VIP Night Act

The Delaware County Fair has announced its VIP Night concert act for 2016! Fair Manager Jeannie Domeyer made the announcement live on KMCH Wednesday morning... Domeyer says Foreigner's list of hits is pretty impressive. Foreigner will perform on Friday night, July 15th. Tickets will ...

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SUV Started on Fire after Rollover on D-42

An SUV started on fire after an accident on D-42 Friday morning. The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office says the driver fell asleep while heading eastbound just east of 197th Avenue. The SUV crossed the centerline and went into the ditch, ...

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West Union Boy Injured In Hunting Accident

A 17-year-old West Union boy was seriously injured during a hunting accident on Sunday.  The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office says that  the teen was squirrel hunting on private property around 1 p.m. Sunday when he tripped over a log and impaled himself through the neck on the barrel of his rifle. The rifle did not

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HS Basketball: WD Boys Open New Season At Home

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The new season for high school boys basketball officially started last night around the state but it begins this evening for a majority of the KMCH area teams including the West Delaware Hawks who will entertain Benton Community tonight inside Seedorff Gymnasium. The Hawks are coming off of a 11-11 campaign,


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Northwest Iowa Farm Ground Sells for $17,300 An Acre

Despite low agricultural commodity prices, Iowa farmland still seems to be in high demand — with buyers willing to pay near-record prices. At a Sioux County land auction held two weeks ago near Hospers, a tract of 154 acres sold for more than 17-thousand dollars an acre. Jim Klein of Remsen was the auctioneer for

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  • Iowa Farm Bureau opens annual convention today December 1, 2015
    As many as 2,000 farmers and farming advocates will be attending the annual Iowa Farm Bureau Federation Convention opening today in Des Moines. Farm Bureau spokeswoman Laurie Johns says this is the organization’s 97th annual convention and the theme is “Growing for the Greater Good.” “Whether that’s education seminars, that’s something that our members can […]
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  • Request: nearly $16 million more for Iowa schools’ reading programs December 1, 2015
    Leaders in the Iowa Department of Education are asking the governor and legislators for more money to improve the reading skills of students in the early grades. Iowa Department of Education director Ryan Wise is asking for $9 million to help finance summer school programs focused on reading proficiency. “Money that will flow through to school […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • Another heavy snow keeps crews busy in Northwest Iowa December 1, 2015
    The holiday weekend ended and turned into a day of continuous work for road crews Monday as Northwest Iowa got another heavy snowfall — with amounts of at least six inches. Plymouth County Engineer Tom Rohe says road crews encountered difficulties in keeping the roads clean. “By the time they got one lane cleared and […]
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  • Branstad manager says governor’s 2010 job creation promise fulfilled November 30, 2015
    When Terry Branstad ran for governor in 2010, he made a job-creation promise. One of Branstad’s top state agency managers was in the governor’s office today to say that goal has been met. “We just went over 200,000 jobs created since the beginning of the Branstad Administration,”  Beth Townsend, director of Iowa Workforce Development, said […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • Fire damages warehouse in Clear Lake November 30, 2015
    Fire swept through a warehouse in Clear Lake early this morning, with the flames and black smoke visible from miles away. Clear Lake Fire Department spokesman Billy Krefft says crews were sent to NTI Limited shortly after 4 a.m. The large building was packed with tires, overhead doors, and other equipment. “The nature of the […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor

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