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KMCH, Bring Me My Lunch!

KMCH, Bring Me My Lunch!

Congratulations to Steve Turnis of Sand Springs, our latest winner with the “KMCH, Bring Me My Lunch” contest! Steve answered his phone correctly Tuesday morning when Janelle Tucker gave him a call, so Rob Edwards delivered him lunch for four from the Manchester Dairy Queen. Farmers – you still have time to enter! The contest runs through Friday, so tune in

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HS Football: Week 8 Preview

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: Week 8 of the high school football season takes place tonight. The class 3A 2nd-ranked West Delaware Hawks will travel for their final regular season road game at Independence. The Mustangs are one of the most improved teams in the area with a 3-2 district record. Hawks head coach Doug Winkowitsch

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City of Manchester Presents Awards

The City of Manchester honored several people last night at their annual Boards and Commissions and Volunteer Recognition Open House. Every year, the City honors a Manchester citizen with the “First Citizen Award”, honoring their dedication to the City. The Manchester Swim Team Coaches were honored with the 2014 Youth Sports Coaches of the Year

BMML Joe Hoeger

KMCH Bring Me My Lunch!

Congratulations to Joe Hoeger… Wednesday’s winner of the “KMCH, Bring Me My Lunch” contest! Janelle delivered lunch from Widner’s Ice Cream Parlor to the Hoeger farm south of Delhi. Farmers, you can still enter! Tune in at 9:30 am each weekday now through October 24th to find out which area farmer wins next! Thanks to

HS Volleyball: WD Hawks Win WaMaC East Title

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The West Delaware Hawks Volleyball team earned themselves an outright WaMaC East division championship for the second straight season with a 3-0 sweep of Mount Vernon at Seedorff Gymnasium in Manchester last night. After a rough start in game the Hawks battled back and tied it up late at 23 then won

West Delaware Athletics Family Remembers Tammy Hood

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The West Delaware community is saying goodbye to their  number one Hawk fan for nearly the last ten years. Twenty-six year old  Manchester native Tammy Hood passed away last Wednesday morning from a brain aneurysm and had been battling a terminal heart condition. KMCH Sports Director Jon Swisher has the story:

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KMCH, Bring Me My Lunch!

Congrats to Adam Ludwig, who farms just south of Dyersville…Thursday’s KMCH Bring Me My Lunch winner! Adam and his family enjoyed lunch from the Fireside Restaurant in Manchester!

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HS Football: Week 7 Preview

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The high school football schedule reaches the final third of the regular season tonight with week seven games around the state. The class 3A 2nd-ranked 6-0 West Delaware Hawks step out of district 3 play for their final non-district game hosting 3-3 Central DeWitt. Hawks head coach Doug Winkowitsch shares the

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