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Tuber Rescued from River in Fayette County

A tuber had to be rescued from the river in Fayette County. It happened Friday afternoon near Gouldsburg Park. The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office says they received a call that a woman who had been tubing was stuck in the river. When ...

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Meet Rodeo Announcer Roger Mooney

The 30th annual Edgewood Rodeo Days kicked off Thursday Night and one of the elements that makes the Edgewood Rodeo so entertaining is the booming voice of Rodeo Announcer Roger Mooney. Roger estimates he has announced the Edgewood Rodeo for ...

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Sunset Restaurant Re-opening Today

The Sunset Family Restaurant will be open once again, starting today. The restaurant has been closed for nearly two weeks after an SUV crashed into the front of the building on June 12th. The official accident report released Wednesday says around ...

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HS Baseball/Softball: Results From Thursday 6-22

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The West Delaware Hawks Baseball team kept their record even at 12-12 with a WaMaC conference cross division doubleheader split in Marion last night. The Hawks fell in game one 6-2 but came back and took the nightcap 6-5 over ...

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HS Baseball/Softball: Results From Wednesday 6-21

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The Class 3A 11th-ranked West Delaware Softball team improved their mark to 22-10 with a doubleheader sweep over Central DeWitt by the score of 5-1 both games. Macey Kleitsch got the game 1 victory while Emily Klostermann ...

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Absentee Voting Available for Delhi's Special City Election

Absentee voting is still available for Delhi’s special city election.   The election will be held this Tuesday, with Rosanne Downs and Shawn Lee Wilson vying for an empty city council seat. The seat was left vacant by Paul Lechtenberg, who resigned ...

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Edgewood Kicking Off 30th Annual Rodeo Days Celebration

Edgewood is hosting its 30th Annual Pro-Rodeo Days Celebration this week. Jerry Maker, who runs the rodeo grounds in Edgewood, says the rodeo actually got its start at a different site in town in 1987. Chase Forkenbrock, who has also been helping ...

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HS Baseball/Softball: Scores From Tuesday 6-20

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: In high school softball last night: Beckman 10, Bellevue 5 Center Point-Urbana 4, Maquoketa Valley 1 Center Point-Urbana 6, Maquoketa Valley 3 Tonight, the Class 3A 11th-ranked 20-10 West Delaware Hawks return to Sill Field for the first time since June 7th. ...

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Tuber Rescued from River in Fayette County

A tuber had to be rescued from the river in Fayette County. It happened Friday afternoon near Gouldsburg Park. The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office says they received a call that a woman who had been tubing was stuck in the river. When they arrived, the woman was sitting on a log that was wedged against

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HS Baseball/Softball: Results From Thursday 6-22

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The West Delaware Hawks Baseball team kept their record even at 12-12 with a WaMaC conference cross division doubleheader split in Marion last night. The Hawks fell in game one 6-2 but came back and took the nightcap 6-5 over the Class 3A        5th-ranked Indians. Elsewhere in area baseball last night: Calamus-Wheatland 3, Maquoketa

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Delaware County Conservation Department Hosting Photo Contest

Delaware County Conservation Department’s 2017 Photo Contest Get your cameras out and spend some time exploring Delaware County and the County Parks and Wildlife Areas.  Take a unique photo of wildlife, nature or people enjoying the outdoors and submit it to Delaware County Conservation Department and you could be a winner. All photos must be

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Delaware County Senior Quiz Bowl Team Places First at State

Five Dairy Quiz Bowl Teams represented Delaware County well again this year at the State Contest, held at the Starmont High School. A Senior and Junior team each brought home the traveling Champion plaque, given in honor of Connie and Sarah Stewart. Connie was a coach of the Fayette County Dairy Quiz Bowl kids and

Obituaries

LaVern J. “Mac” Kuehl – Elkport

LaVern Joseph “Mac” Kuehl, 95, Elkport, Iowa died Thursday, June 22, 2017, at the Regional Medical Center, Manchester, Iowa.   Visitation will be held on Sunday, June 25, 2017, from 4-7 pm at the Leonard – Grau Funeral Home and Cremation Service of Elkader, Iowa. Visitation will also be held one hour before services at

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  • DNR gives tips for handling used fireworks June 24, 2017
    A new state law allowing Iowans to purchase and launch fireworks comes with a warning from the Department of Natural Resources. The DNR’s Sue Johnson says fireworks, after they’re used, should be dunked in water before they’re tossed in the trash. If they “misfire,” Johnson suggests giving them some extra attention. “Mostly for the duds […]
    Pat Curtis
  • Visitors from Australia, Brazil and several other countries finish ag tour of Iowa June 24, 2017
    A delegation of ten agricultural producers and officials from countries as far away as Australia completed their tour of Iowa this week. They visited a host of farms and agricultural facilities as well as communities, large and small. Murilo Betarillo works for an agriculture company in Brazil and says it was a thrill to see […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor
  • Omaha zoo opens interactive bird program June 24, 2017
    The Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha has a new program designed to give visitors a more interactive, up-close experience with flocks of rare birds. Mandy Krebs, the interactive animals program manager at the zoo, is overseeing the Birds of Flight Program. Krebs says the hope is to entertain and educate, but also to inspire conservation. “We […]
    Matt Kelley
  • Man and woman die in Montgomery County accident June 23, 2017
    Two people died in an accident on Highway 34 in Montgomery County Friday at 12:20 p.m. The Iowa State Patrol says Sara Venatta of Elliott was driving a Dodge minivan when she lost control and overcorrected. The van crossed the center line into the path of a pickup driven by 62-year-old Robert Drake of Corning. […]
    Dar Danielson
  • Ernst says Medicaid coverage is part of discussion on Senate health plan June 23, 2017
    Iowa Senator Joni Ernst, a Republican from Red Oak, says she is still reviewing the Senate health care bill that was unveiled Thursday. She was asked at an event today what she would say to Iowans who are afraid they would lose their Medicaid coverage under the bill. “I would say we’re still going through […]
    Dar Danielson

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