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Arlington Accident Causes Power Outage Saturday Night

Arlington Accident Causes Power Outage Saturday Night

An accident in Arlington caused a power outage Saturday night. The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office says 40-year old Paul Hines of Arlington struck a utility pole while driving down Liberty Street. His vehicle rolled. Hines fled the scene on foot, but was later tracked down by deputies. He was transported to Palmer Hospital in West

Fire at CC Recycling in Cedar Rapids

Officials with the Linn County Public Health Department say air quality on the southwest side of town should not be impacted now that responders have controlled a fire that broke out along 41st street Friday morning. According to KCRG TV and the Gazette, firefighters responded to reports of a large fire with thick, black smoke

Prevent Tragic Heatstroke Accidents

As summer is in full-swing, parents and caregivers of young children must remember the importance of NOT leaving children in locked vehicles. Every year, children die from being left in hot cars. According to the nonprofit safety group Kids and Cars, more than 600 US children have died from overheating in a parked vehicle since

Shaun Michael Hogan

Autopsy Shows Woman Found Dead on Road was Murdered

The State Medical Examiner’s Office says the woman who was found dead on Linn-Buchanan Road near Walker on Wednesday was murdered. She has been identified as 29-year old Crystal Marie Gaffney of Waterloo. An autopsy shows she died as a result of head trauma. The Linn County Sheriff’s Office says 36-year old Shaun Hogan of


Easton Corbin Performing Tonight at Delaware County Fair

Tonight is country night at the Delaware County Fair, with a concert featuring rising country star Easton Corbin. Corbin Concert 0 Fair Manager Jeannie Domeyer says Easton Corbin has been hitting the charts with some great songs over the last couple years. Corbin Concert 1 The opening act for Easton Corbin is Mad Hoss Jackson.


Ed-Co Donates to RMC Breast Cancer Patients

The Ed-Co volleyball team and communities of Edgewood and Colesburg have once again put forth a huge effort to support Regional Medical Center’s breast cancer patients. Over six-thousand dollars has been donated to RMC for “care packages” that will be given to newly diagnosed breast cancer patients. Newly diagnosed breast cancer patients receive these care

Delaware Teen Competing in National Rodeo Finals

A Delaware teen will be competing in the National High School Rodeo Finals this month. JW (Jordy) Downs, the son of Karla and Jerry Downs of Delaware, will be in 11th grade at Maquoketa Valley this fall. Downs competed in National Junior High Rodeo Finals in New Mexico two years ago, placing 21st in the

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