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Cash Mob Strikes Delhi Fireman’s Breakfast

Cash Mob Strikes Delhi Fireman’s Breakfast

The Delaware County Cash Mob struck Delhi on Sunday morning. The Cash Mob – made up of about 50 area residents – spent their money this month at the Delhi Fireman’s Breakfast. The mob met in Delaware, with the long line of vehicles led by area firetrucks into Delhi on Highway 38. The Delaware County Cash

Oelwein to Add Hundreds of New Jobs

Oelwein is going to add hundreds of new jobs with the help of a company in the eastern United States. Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) spokesperson, Tina Hoffman, says a Pennsylvania company was awarded one-point-seven-five million dollars from the state in direct assistance and tax benefits. “East Penn manufacturing is going to be creating 350 jobs


Jones County Crash Victim Identified

Authorities have released the name of the man killed in a crash on Highway 151 near Monticello. The Iowa State Patrol and Jones County Sheriff’s office responded to the crash around 9 p.m. on Wednesday. One person, identified as 90 year old John Talbert of Cascade, was driving north bound in the south bound lanes


Santorum Makes Campaign Stop in Manchester

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum was in Manchester to hold a town hall meeting at the Pizza Ranch Monday night. The former U.S. Senator from Pennyslvania joked there are over three hundred candidates running for the Republican nomination… and he told KMCH News Director Janelle Tucker there are several reasons he stands out among the

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Knake Remembers Start Of Huskys Ski Team

The Hartwick Huskys had a huge turn out for their final show of the season at Schram Pond in Manchester on Saturday.  It was also the 50th anniversary celebration for the club.  One of the original members, Bob Knake was in attendance and remembers how it all got started: Bob says he is impressed with


Brian Lindley – Nashville Trip Winner

Congratulations to Brian Lindley – our Grand Prize winner of our “KMCH Pickin On Nashville Song Of The Day” Contest!  Brian and 9 others went digging in the sand Saturday and Brian found the treasure box containing the Gold Pick and is now headed to Nashville!  Thank you to everyone who played along and to


Fayette County Woman Crowned Iowa Dairy Princess

A young woman from Oelwein has been crowned the Iowa Dairy Princess. 18-year old Kate Stewart was chosen from eleven candidates at the Iowa State Fair Wednesday night. Stewart represents Fayette County and plans to attend Iowa State this fall to study global resource systems. Over the next year, she’ll serve as a goodwill ambassador

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