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Blakesley Drug Changing Ownership in 2017

A popular Manchester pharmacy will be changing hands soon. Blakesley Drug owner Bill Blakesley has announced that he is selling his business to pharmacist and West Delaware grad Ashley Brehme. Brehme has worked for Blakesley Drug since graduating from the University of ...

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First Snow of Season for Iowa

It's the first snow of the season for eastern Iowa. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the entire KMCH listening area, including Delaware, Dubuque, Buchanan, Jones, Linn, Clayton and Fayette counties. The advisory is in effect ...

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East Buchanan Asking Voters to Approve $6.5 Million Bond Referendum

The East Buchanan School District is asking voters to approve a six-point-five million dollar bond referendum on Tuesday. The bond would be used to improve facilities, including… -Creating a new up to code, Industrial Technology building with an enclosed hallway connecting to ...

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Van Rolls and Slides on Roof into Downtown Manchester Alley

A van rolled in downtown Manchester Thursday night, sliding on its roof into an alley as it came off the West Marion Street Bridge. It happened around 8:20 pm – just minutes after the Manchester Window Walk ended, in which hundreds ...

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Manchester Kicking Off Christmas Season with Window Walk

Manchester is kicking off the Christmas season tonight with its annual Window Walk. Chamber Director Jessica Pape says this holiday event has become well-loved for its live window scenes and Static Christmas Parade. Several downtown streets will be blocked off for the ...

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HS Basketball: First Full Friday Night Slate

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The first Friday night in December brings a full slate of high school basketball games. Our featured contest will be the 1-2 West Delaware Hawk girls on the road in Tiffin taking on the 1-1 Clippers of Clear ...

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West Delaware FFA Hopes to House Livestock Near Bus Barn

West Delaware is hoping to put up a new building to house some livestock. The school’s FFA program would like to construct a plastic hoop building just east of the bus barn on the school’s property on the southeast side of ...

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HS Wrestling: WD Ready To Begin New Season

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The first night of the new month brings a new wrestling season for a majority of our area coverage schools as they'll open up with non-conference meets Thursday night. The West Delaware Hawks will be at home ...

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Blakesley Drug Changing Ownership in 2017

A popular Manchester pharmacy will be changing hands soon. Blakesley Drug owner Bill Blakesley has announced that he is selling his business to pharmacist and West Delaware grad Ashley Brehme. Brehme has worked for Blakesley Drug since graduating from the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy in 2012. The name of the business will change

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HS Basketball: Tuesday Night 12-6 Results

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The West Delaware girls basketball team improved to 2-3 with a 39-24 home win over Beckman last night. Senior Haley Lyness led the way with 14 points, Annie Cassutt had 10, Kendra Offerman 7, Abby McGrane 4 and 2 for Brooke O’Connell and Lauren Collier. Beckman’s 4-game win streak and best

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Manchester’s Tour of Holiday Lights

Manchester’s “Tour of Holiday Lights” will be held Tuesday, December 13th! Enjoy of bus tour around Manchester to see the Christmas lights! Open to any senior age 60 and over. Meet at the Delaware County Senior Center. Doors open at 4:30 pm, with bus tours beginning at 5 pm. Chili and soup will be available.

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Monticello Native Among Students Named to the Iowa Corn Collegiate Advisory Team

JOHNSTON, Iowa, December 1, 2016 – Iowa Corn proudly announces today the 23 Iowa college students who will make up the seventh Iowa Corn Collegiate Advisory Team (CAT). Comprised of Iowa students pursuing degrees in agriculture, CAT will assist the Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA) and the Iowa Corn Promotion Board (ICPB) in developing targeted

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  • Regents choose chancellor of Montana State as new UNI president December 6, 2016
    The Board of Regents Tuesday selected the chancellor at Montana State University Billings, Mark Nook, as the new president of the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. The board interviewed all three finalists one more time before opening their closed session and voting to hire Nook. Regent’s president Bruce Rastetter made the announcement. “It […]
    Dar Danielson
  • Ray Giacoletti resigns as basketball coach at Drake December 6, 2016
    The out-going Drake coach put it this way: “It’s on me.” Ray Giacoletti resigned as Bulldog basketball coach in the midst of a 1-7 start in the season. Athletic Director Sandy Hatfield Clubb says Giacoletti made the decision after Saturday’s overtime loss to Fresno State. “Ray is a man of great character”, said Hatfield Clubb. […]
    Todd Kimm
  • Webster City school board member charged with sex abuse December 6, 2016
    A school board member is facing child sex abuse allegations in north-central Iowa. Webster City Police on Monday arrested 64-year-old Paul Steven Stenger for Lascivious Acts with second-degree child and sexual abuse. Webster City Police Chief Shiloh Mork said the incident stems from an ongoing investigation into allegations made against Stenger involving an individual under […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor
  • Branstad and his wife emerge from meeting with Trump December 6, 2016
    Iowa Governor Terry Branstad and his wife, Chris, spent about an hour inside Trump Tower in New York today. Branstad issued a written statement shortly after the meeting ended. Branstad acknowledged the “speculation” that Trump might ask Branstad to serve as the Ambassador to China, but Branstad said he had “no announcement to make at […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • Travel companies keeping busy with Iowa’s bowl bid December 6, 2016
    An Iowa City company is keeping busy as Hawkeye football fans book their trips to the Outback Bowl in Tampa, Florida. Winebrenner Red Carpet Travel works with the University of Iowa’s Alumni Association to help people get to bowl games. General manager Terry Tegen told KCRG-TV that travelers who plan to fly to Tampa need […]
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