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West Delaware Looking for Businesses to Help Students

West Delaware Looking for Businesses to Help Students

West Delaware is looking for businesses that would be willing to allow students to learn in their workplace. High school principal Tim Felderman says the district currently allows students to learn outside of the classroom, but starting next year, it will transform into a more structured program known as “Connections Career Exploration”. High school counselor Shari

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Area Couples Competing on “KMCH Newlywed Game”

Kory and Michelle Wulfekuhle started the week on Monday with a perfect score of 70! If you missed it, click here to listen: True newlyweds Jerry and Rachel Green scored 35 points on Tuesday… Wednesday’s couple, Randy and Jackie Mormann, scored 15 points… Thursday’s couple was John and Betty Errthum, who scored 25 points… Friday’s couple

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Manchester Officially Turns 150 Years Old

Manchester officially turned 150 years old on Friday. The city was incorporated on February 5th, 1866. Manchester Mayor Milt Kramer says businessmen James Dyer and William Chesterman acquired and developed the land in 1854, with the goal to extend the Dubuque and Pacific Railroad. And in those early days, Manchester wasn’t known as Manchester… it

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Remembering Former State Senator Tom Hancock

One of the area’s greatest public servants was laid to rest today. Epworth resident and Dubuque County Supervisor Tom Hancock passed away after an apparent heart attack over the weekend, just a few days shy of 68th birthday. Hancock will be remembered for his decades of service with the Epworth Fire Department, serving as chief

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