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NWS: Del. Co. Storm Damage Likely Caused by Straight-Line Winds

NWS: Del. Co. Storm Damage Likely Caused by Straight-Line Winds

It’s been a waiting game for some Delaware County storm victims this past week… The powerful winds that moved through Monday morning caused numerous damage from Arlington to Epworth. And while some people got out the chainsaws just hours after the storms, others like Kevin Maloney had to wait until insurance adjusters paid a visit.

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RMC Hospital Addition Named River Ridge Pavilion

Regional Medical Center (RMC) has named the facility expansion currently under construction River Ridge Pavilion. RMC held a contest where employees could submit name ideas for the new building. Congratulations to the two employees who came up with the winning name: Cliff Adcock (Maintenance/Engineering Department) and Tiffany DeSotel (Med-Surg/SCU Department). “I thought that River Ridge


Recovery from Monday’s Storms Continues

Some area residents are spending this week cleaning up the damage left behind by Monday’s storms. One business in the Arlington area, Nelly’s Detail, was completely destroyed by powerful straight-line winds. Owner Jenal Fettkether says she’s looking for a temporary place where she can set up her business through the summer. It’s a tough situation


Powerful Storm Brings Damage to Northeast Iowa

Area residents spent Monday cleaning up after powerful straight line winds brought widespread damage across northeast Iowa. The hardest hit area appeared to be Buchanan, Delaware and Dubuque counties, along with the southern portions of Fayette and Clayton counties. When the storm warning was issued shortly before 9 am Monday, the National Weather Service warned


New Subdivision in Delhi

Delhi has a new subdivision. The Thompson Estates Subdivision offers thirteen shovel-ready lots on the north edge of Delhi. The subdivision sits within the city limits with all infrastructure in place. Delaware County Economic Development says the public/private partnership between the City of Delhi and Jim and Joni Thompson was celebrated by community leaders with


Manchester Rhubarbfest Contest Winners

Manchester’s 6th annual Rhubarbfest was a huge success this past Saturday. Hundreds showed up for the festivities, including live music, rhubarb wine tasting, square dancing, craft vendors and rhubarb contests. Some of the food contest winners include Carol Burke of Manchester, who won first place in the rhubarb jam category; Linda Mensen of Earlville, who


Moser Dance Named One of Top Tumbling Teams in Iowa

Moser School of Dance and Gymnastics earned the 2015 Iowa “2nd Place Overall” top tumbling team title recently at the Iowa State USTA Championships. “Congratulations to all the athletes who worked hard, stayed focused, set goals, and did the work needed to meet those goals.” Coaches are Debbie Moser of Dyersville, Carmen Moser Payne of Edgewood,  and Bernita

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Goedken Honored as “Bright Star” by RMC Auxiliary

Vera Goedken was recently recognized at the Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Spring Luncheon as the organization’s 2nd “Bright Star.” The award is a unique opportunity to recognize and publicly acknowledge the invaluable work done by outstanding Auxiliary members and volunteers.   Goedken has been an active volunteer with the Auxiliary for many years in a variety

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