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Dyersville Police Arrest Three Men for Using Counterfeit Money

Dyersville Police Arrest Three Men for Using Counterfeit Money

Three Guttenberg men have been arrested for using counterfeit money in Dyersville last week. Dyersville Police says they received a report of individuals passing counterfeit money at local businesses Thursday afternoon. An officer was able to identify the men and their vehicle and the Clayton County Sheriff’s Department stepped in to help track down the


Fayette County Standoff Ends When Sheriff Tasers Suspect

Fayette County authorities used a stun gun to arrest a man during a standoff Friday night. The Sheriff’s Office says they received a 911 call about a domestic assault at a home outside of Elgin. When officer arrived, the victim was gone, but the suspect, 44-year old Craig Lenhart of Elgin, had barricaded himself inside

Bartenders for a Cause 2015

Manchester Chamber Board Raises Money for Foster Network

The Manchester Chamber of Commerce Board were the most recent guest bartenders at Pin Oak. The Chamber Board collected over seven hundred dollars in tips while bartending on January 16th. All the money will be donated to the Iowa Aftercare Services Network to help foster children of Delaware County. Pin Oak sponsors “Bartenders for a

Dorothy M. Miller – Delaware

Dorothy M. Miller age 86, died Friday, January 23, 2015 at the Good Neighbor Home, Manchester following an extended illness. Funeral services will be held 11:00 Tuesday morning, January 27, 2015 at the Goettsch Funeral Home, Monticello with interment in the Hopkinton Cemetery. Friends may call after 10:00 at the funeral home. Thoughts memories and

Dennis Porter

Manchester Man Arrested for Harassing Woman

A Manchester man has been arrested for harassing a woman. The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office says 53-year old Dennis Porter allegedly made over fifty harassing phone calls to a woman. He’s also accused of making harassing comments through Facebook and threatening the woman’s life. Authorities also discovered Porter was a convicted sex offender. He was


KMCH Honors Valued Volunteers

Over the past year, KMCH has partnered with Smitty’s to honor several volunteers in the community as Valued Volunteers. Those eight volunteers were honored at a special banquet on Wednesday night at Fireside in Manchester. Angie Zehr was named one of our Valued Volunteers for her involvement in Girl Scouts and West Delaware Friends of


School Leaders Want More Education Spending from State

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – Democratic lawmakers say more than 200 Iowa school superintendents oppose Gov. Terry Branstad’s education spending plan. House and Senate Democratic leaders released data Thursday from an online survey sent to officials in Iowa’s 338 school districts. Only one of those who answered thought Branstad’s proposed funding level was adequate. Branstad’s

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