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West Delaware Early Bird Track Meet Results

TEAM RESULTS FOR WEST DELAWARE BOY'S EARLY BIRD - VARSITY - MALE 1 Lisbon 149.50 2 Nfv 84.50 3 Hudson 79.00 4 Maquoketa Valley 73.00 5 West Delaware 72.00 6 Oelwein 47.00 7 Maquoketa 31.00 8 Independence 21.00 9 Central Elkader 16.00 10 Easton Valley 8.00 100M DASH - FINALS - HEAT 5 1 Zak Harbach Maquoketa Valley 11.78 10.00 3 Zach Massman Nfv 12.30 6.00 4 Derek Ehrhardt Central Elkader 12.50 4.00 5 Mac Whelan Nfv 12.51 1.50 7 Jeff Phillips West Delaware 12.54 8 Clay Hudson Lisbon 12.61 11 Grant Morris West Delaware 12.72 24 Jack Bowman Maquoketa 14.29 100M DASH - FINALS - HEAT 4 2 Mitchell ...

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New Bill Could Reduce Lake Delhi Dam Cost

A bill making its way through the legislature may reduce the cost for repairs at Lake Delhi. The dam on the Maquoketa River that created the lake was washed away by flooding in 2010. The "Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility ...

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FFDC Awards Nearly $100,000 To Delaware County Nonprofits

The Foundation for the Future of Delaware County (FFDC) granted $97,875 to 35 Delaware County nonprofit groups for the 2017 grant year. These grants were possible, because more than 10 years ago the Iowa Legislature assisted in creating Qualified County Community ...

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Solar Energy Fair Planned in Manchester

A Solar Energy Fair is coming to Manchester. You can learn about the benefits of alternative energy sources and see solar technology in action next Saturday, April 8th at the Delaware County Community Center. There will be a vendor expo from 8 ...

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Delaware County's Population Slowly Declining

Delaware County is slowly shrinking in population. New data from the U.S. Census Bureau this past week shows Delaware County and other smaller counties in Iowa are losing residents. Iowa State University Economist Dave Swenson says the trend of small towns becoming ...

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Beckman Musical Sold-Out for Second Time in School History

Beckman Catholic High School in Dyersville is giving an encore performance of their spring musical tonight. “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” sold out tickets for all three of its performances this past Friday, Saturday and Sunday and, unfortunately, even had to ...

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Illegal Transport of Fuel Discovered in Fayette County

Authorities have discovered thousands of gallons of fuel have been illegally transported into Fayette County. The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office has been conducting the investigation on the illegal transportation of thousands of gallons of petroleum and diesel fuel from Waverly to ...

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Names Released in Monday's Collision Near Greeley

The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office has released the names of the two people injured in Monday afternoon’s collision near Greeley. Authorities say a tractor was tending to a ditch fire on the south side of the road and was turning around ...

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New Bill Could Reduce Lake Delhi Dam Cost

A bill making its way through the legislature may reduce the cost for repairs at Lake Delhi. The dam on the Maquoketa River that created the lake was washed away by flooding in 2010. The “Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District” issued bonds to pay for a new dam. The bill that’s

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West Delaware Early Bird Track Meet Results

TEAM RESULTS FOR WEST DELAWARE BOY’S EARLY BIRD – VARSITY – MALE 1 Lisbon 149.50 2 Nfv 84.50 3 Hudson 79.00 4 Maquoketa Valley 73.00 5 West Delaware 72.00 6 Oelwein 47.00 7 Maquoketa 31.00 8 Independence 21.00 9 Central Elkader 16.00 10 Easton Valley 8.00 100M DASH – FINALS – HEAT 5 1 Zak

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“Money Smart Week” Poster Contest

Listen as Mandy Pasker from F and M Bank talks about a special poster contest for elementary students designed to help them learn about the importance of  saving money:    

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Manchester Public Library Spring Storytimes

Join the Manchester Public Library for spring storytimes! Toddler storytimes for ages 1 – 3 are held every Wednesday at 10:30 am and preschool storytimes for ages 3 – 5 are held every Friday at 10:30 am. Registration not required.

Ag News

IPP Report Critical of Agriculture Nuisance Bill Headed to Governor

An Iowa City based research organization has released a report that’s critical of a bill approved at the statehouse dealing with nuisance claims against large livestock operations. David Osterberg is co-author of the report, titled “CAFOs and the diminished defense of public health,” released by the Iowa Policy Project. At issue is a bill that’s

Obituaries

Delores A. Lammers – Dyersville

Delores A. Lammers, 89, of Dyersville, Iowa died March 25, 2017 at Hawkeye Care Center in Dubuque, Iowa. Visitation will be held from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at Kramer Funeral Home, 750 12th Ave SW in Dyersville with vigil service at 7:00 p.m.  Visitation will continue at the funeral home

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  • Governor submits his redraft of state spending plans March 29, 2017
    Tonight, Governor Terry Branstad formally presented legislators with his plan to ensure the current year’s state budget does not slip into a deficit. A three-member panel of experts threw the current year’s spending plan into disarray by reducing the “official” estimate of state tax revenue by $131 million. Branstad, as expected, has formally told lawmakers it’s time […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • House panel considering abortion ban based on fetal heartbeat March 28, 2017
    Republicans on a committee in the Iowa House appear to be poised to pass a ban abortions if the fetus has a detectable heartbeat. “Life is an important topic to Iowans,” House Speaker Linda Upmeyer told reporters late this afternoon. “We hear that at the doors, at forums, so this is another opportunity to pass a bill, […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • Just 42 percent of Iowa doctors registered with Prescription Monitoring Program March 28, 2017
    Legislation designed to address the growing number of opioid overdoses has passed the Iowa House, but it doesn’t go as far as some advocates hoped. The bill would require all doctors to register with the Iowa Prescription Monitoring Program. The system tracks prescriptions for controlled substances like codeine, OxyContin and Vicodin. Representative Shannon Lundgren, a Republican […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • Belmond man found dead in grain trailer March 28, 2017
    The state medical examiner will conduct an autopsy on the body of a man found trapped in a grain trailer Monday afternoon in Belmond. When emergency responders arrived at the Maxyield Cooperative, they were informed that the person was loading a truck and was missing. The witnesses informed emergency responders that the man may be […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor
  • Senate votes to ease rules for Lake Delhi dam financing March 28, 2017
    A bill making its way through the legislature may reduce the cost for repairs at Lake Delhi in eastern Iowa. The dam on the Maquoketa River that created the lake was washed away by flooding in June of 2010. The “Combined Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District” issued bonds to pay for a […]
    O. Kay Henderson

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