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Hawks Get Ready For Season With Camp This Week

The 2015 High School football season is just 25 days away and several West Delaware players took part in the Upper Iowa Football Camp last week. That’s West Delaware head coach Doug Winkowitsch, who will be starting his 12the year as ...

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Huskys Finish 4th At Nationals

The 2015 Hartwick Huskys Water Show Ski Team took home a 4th place finish at the 15th annual Division 2 Show Ski National Championships held August 1 and 2 on Kwahamot Bay in Tomahawk, Wisconsin. The Aqua Skiers of Wisconsin ...

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Clayton Among Counties Getting Federal Help for June Storms

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Nineteen Iowa counties will be getting federal help in their recovery from severe storms earlier this summer that delivered high wind, tornadoes, heavy rain, hail and thunderstorms. A statement from the White House released Friday says ...

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Petition Drive Urges Governor to Keep MHI in Independence Open

A half dozen people delivered more than five-thousand petition signatures to the governor's office Thursday afternoon, urging Governor Terry Branstad to keep the two remaining state-run Mental Health Institutes open. Branstad closed the Mental Health Institutes in Clarinda and Mount ...

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Everclear and Jason Derulo Performing at Dubuque County Fair

The Dubuque County Fair is going on right now in Dubuque... Fair Manager Jamie Blum says they've got some great entertainment booked this year, including 90's alternative rock concert tonight. The Dubuque County Fair runs through Sunday. For more information, go ...

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Reception to Honor Dr. Thompson's Transition at RMC

A reception will be held this weekend honoring one of Regional Medical Center's beloved physicians. Dr. Craig Thompson has spent years serving with Regional Family Health Family Practice and Obstretric's department and now he will be transitioning to the RMC ...

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Petition Drive Urges Governor to Keep MHI in Independence Open

A half dozen people delivered more than five-thousand petition signatures to the governor’s office Thursday afternoon, urging Governor Terry Branstad to keep the two remaining state-run Mental Health Institutes open. Branstad closed the Mental Health Institutes in Clarinda and Mount Pleasant this year and Aubreeanna Dolan of West Des Moines organized the online petition drive.

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Hawks Get Ready For Season With Camp This Week

The 2015 High School football season is just 25 days away and several West Delaware players took part in the Upper Iowa Football Camp last week. That’s West Delaware head coach Doug Winkowitsch, who will be starting his 12the year as head football coach this season.  Today the Hawks start their own week of football

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Country Cruisers Car Cruise Route

The Country Cruisers Car Cruise is Saturday, August 8th! There is an earlier start time this year! Line up begins at 2:30 pm at EZ Pickins in Manchester, with the cruise leaving at 4:30 pm. Here’s a look at this year’s route… Leave EZ Pickins at 4:30pm Turn Right onto Burrington Road Turn Left onto

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New CEO for Iowa Pork Producers Association

The state’s primary pork producers organization has a new leader. The Iowa Pork Producers Association (IPPA) Board of Directors has announced Pat McGonegle of Urbandale will become the organization’s new CEO on October 1. He’ll replace Rich Degner, who is retiring after 35 years with IPPA, the last 17 as CEO. McGonegle has been with National

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  • After lengthy delay, inmates are now inside state’s new maximum security prison August 3, 2015
    More than 500 prisoners were transferred out of the state’s maximum security prison in Fort Madison Saturday and taken to the new state prison two miles away. “We started this process in April of 2010 when we broke ground for the new facility and here we are, five years later, finally getting to be able […]
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  • Focus in GOP race this week on first debate of season August 3, 2015
    Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum says the campaign dynamic in Iowa has changed since the Iowa GOP’s “Straw Poll” that had been scheduled for this month was cancelled. “Instead of focused on Iowa, which is what four years ago was like, it’s more focused on national polls,” Santorum said this weekend. “I think that’s a […]
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  • Waterloo may join growing list of Iowa cities with whitewater park August 1, 2015
    Another eastern Iowa city is looking at constructing a whitewater park with a kayak course. Plans for the project in downtown Waterloo were unveiled this week and Waterloo Mayor Buck Clark told KCRG-TV he likes the economic potential of the Cedar River. “Those communities that have done this are experiencing tremendous economic return,” Clark said. The […]
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  • Interim president takes over at the University of Iowa August 1, 2015
    Sally Mason steps into retirement and the vice president for medical affairs, Jean Robillard takes over today as the interim president at the University of Iowa. Robillard talked with reporters about the position. “I’m quite honored really to be the interim — and I hope it will be short — but what is important is […]
    Dar Danielson
  • Iowa Lottery sees another big year in sales July 31, 2015
    The Iowa Lottery has released numbers that confirm earlier projections that sales for the fiscal year that ended in June were going to be among the organization’s best. Iowa Lottery spokesperson Mary Neubauer  says sales ended up in the top 4 at $325 million. “This is the fourth year in a row that lottery sales […]
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