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Monticello Chamber Awards Night

Monticello Chamber Awards Night

Several businesses and members of the Monticello community were honored at the Monticello Chamber Banquet on Wednesday night. The Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Sandy Moats, manager at Monticello Carpet and Interiors, for her volunteer efforts. And the Chamber’s Community Pride awards were given to Boulders Inn & Suites, B.E. Fitness & Training Center

Manchester Chamber Holds Annual Awards Night

The Manchester Chamber’s first-ever Business of the Year award was given last night to the Franklin Street Brewing Company. Chad and Kyle Sands, the two brothers who opened the brewery on North Franklin Street just a few years ago, were slightly speechless when they were announced as the winners. The Franklin Street Brewing Company was chosen

New Fareway Grocery Store Opens in Peosta

Peosta residents and NICC students now have a better option for groceries. A Fareway store opened in Peosta Wednesday at 8400 NICC Drive. The new 18-thousand square foot store features a full-service meat counter and farm-fresh produce. The Peosta Fareway will be managed by Grocery Manager Damian McGrane and Market Manager Lonnie Schmidt. This marks

RMC Welcomes First Baby of 2017

Regional Medical Center’s first baby of 2017 has arrived! Ephraim Lee Remiger was born on Tuesday, January 3rd to Jared Remiger and Stephanie Ferry of Manchester. The new baby boy came into the world at 2:59 AM, weighing 8 pounds 5 ounces and 21 inches in length. He joins his sister, Anikah. As a token

New Supervisor and 2017 Goals for Delaware County

The Delaware County Board of Supervisors held their first meeting of the new year on Tuesday with a new face at the table. Pete Buschmann of Greeley is starting his first term as a County Supervisor, replacing Doug Dabroski, who chose not to run for re-election. Buschmann told KMCH he’s looking forward to learning everything

Manchester Chamber Ambassadors Make Several Business Visits

The Manchester Chamber Ambassadors made several business visits last week. The first stop was to Helping Services for Youth & Families on North Franklin Street. A recent grant allowed Helping Services to add additional staff and services centered around drug and alcohol prevention, which meant they needed to move into a larger space. The next

Elected Delaware County Officials Take Oath of Office

The five Delaware County officials who were elected in November were sworn into office Monday. County Supervisor Jeff Madlom, County Sheriff John LeClere, County Auditor Carla Becker and County Recorder Daneen Schindler were re-elected last month. They took the oath of office, along with newly-elected County Supervisor Pete Buschmann, who will fill Doug Dabroski’s seat

Preussner Family Donates to City of Delhi

The City of Delhi has received a donation to help purchase new welcome signs. The monetary gift of ten-thousand dollars comes from the family of Don and Maxine Preussner. The Preussners were longtime Delhi residents who operated Preussner Truck Line until their retirement. Maxine passed away in September – 16 years after her husband, Don

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