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Grant Allows Area Residential Care to Purchase New Vehicles

Grant Allows Area Residential Care to Purchase New Vehicles

Area Residential Care has been able to purchase two new vehicles thanks to a Dubuque Racing Association grant.  The 25-thousand dollar grant awarded last month will allow Area Residential Care to transport the adults they serve with intellectual disabilities on more outings in the Dyersville and Dubuque communities.

Delaware County Extension’s Day Camps Begin

Over a dozen kids kicked off their summer vacation with one of Delaware County Extension’s day camps last Friday. The Water Rocks Day Camp at Bailey’s Ford Park in Manchester was a day-long camp, giving campers a chance to learn about the water cycle, how to clean polluted water and how to reduce pollution. They

Update from Congressman Rod Blum

Congressman Rod Blum stopped by the KMCH studios in Manchester for a quick visit on Thursday. Blum stops in on a regular basis while he’s home from Washington, D.C. KMCH News Director Janelle Tucker caught up with the Congressman on several recent topics, including the recent changes with the Affordable Healthcare Act. Blum says he

Governor Branstad Resigns; Reynolds Sworn In

Iowa has a new governor. Kim Reynolds took the oath of office Wednesday morning. Reynolds will serve out the remaining 18 months of the sixth term Governor Terry Branstad won in 2014. Branstad resigned shortly after 10 am Wednesday. He was quickly sworn in as U.S. Ambassador to China. With Branstad’s exit, the statehouse spotlight

Quaker Mill Dam Demolition Continues

The Quaker Mill Dam north of Manchester has slowly been coming down this past week. Demolition started last Monday on the long-standing structure, which has been on private property since it was first built in the 1850’s. Doug Hawker’s parents have owned the property since 1999. Hawker says since that time, there’s been more and