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Tauke Motors Raises Money for Beckman Booster Club

Tauke Motors Raises Money for Beckman Booster Club

Beckman Catholic High School recently received a ‘boost’ from a local business. Tauke Motors partnered with Dodge to raise money for the school through the Dodge Booster Club Fundraiser. During the fundraiser, held in conjunction with Beckman’s fall registration, the Dodge brand contributed $20 for each test drive taken in a new Dodge Challenger, Dart,

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Dyersville Ambassadors Visit New Businesses

The Dyersville Chamber Ambassadors recently visited two new businesses in town. The gas station along Highway 20 on the west side of Dyersville has a new owner and a new name. Kwik Stop has now become Sundstop with Josh Sundstrom taking over as the new owner. This is Sundstrom’s third store and he’s exploring the

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Wausau Homes Build First House in Manchester

Wausau Homes has put up their first home in Manchester. The new house is located at 820 East Howard Street. Wausau Homes builds the home’s components inside their state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities and then delivers it to the site. Crews started bright and early Tuesday morning and by noon, they were already putting on the roof.

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Santorum Visits Farley Biodiesel Plant

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum was in Farley on Monday to tour the Western Dubuque Biodiesel plant. It was Santorum’s first visit to a biodiesel facility. Western Dubuque Biodiesel has a capacity to produce 30 million gallons of biodiesel a year, making it one of the state’s top biodiesel producers. The facility employs 24 people.

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Dyersville City Administrator Will Stay

Mick Michel will stay on as Dyersville’s city administrator after the Dyersville City Council chose not to terminate his contract last night. Over 400 people showed up at last night’s city council meeting, which was moved to Beckman Catholic High School to accomodate the large crowd. Dyersville’s citizens learned last week that the termination of


West Delaware Celebrates Homecoming

West Delaware is celebrating Homecoming this week… After a week of dress-up days and activities, the school week wrapped up with the annual Homecoming parade through Manchester. This year’s Grand Marshal was Wilma Billhorn of Manchester. Billhorn, who has served as a paraeducator at West Delaware for seven years, tells KMCH it was a honor. This year’s


Cash Mob Strikes Again

The Delaware County Cash Mob was at it again Wednesday night.  The group met in Greeley and headed to Blooms in Edgewood.  The Cash Mob then enjoyed some refreshments, food, and music at Café Rose.


River Runner Regatta A Huge Success

The first ever “River Runner Regatta” was held Saturday on the Maquoketa River in Manchester Saturday. One of the organizers, Chad Sands from the Franklin Street Brewery was amazed with the turn out: Teams and individuals built boats made mostly out of cardboard, with their objective being to navigate Manchester’s White Water Park without sinking.


Camp Courageous Raffling Donated Car

Camp Courageous has received a very special donation. The camp was recently given a car – a 1966 VW Cabriolet – by Michael Verst of Union, Kentucky in honor of his late wife, Karen Verst. Camp Director Charlie Becker says the car was a labor of love that took eight years for Verst to complete.