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Flu Shot Clinics Scheduled Around Delaware County

Flu Shot Clinics Scheduled Around Delaware County

Flu shot clinics have been scheduled around Delaware County for this fall. Delaware County Public Health Manager Delma Hardin recommends getting a flu shot each year because influenza viruses are always changing. She says everyone is at risk for influenza, but there are certain people who are especially vulnerable, including children, adults sixty-five and older,

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Pheasants Forever Banquet Moved to September

The Delaware County Pheasants Forever banquet is moving to an earlier date this fall. Tony Helmrichs says they’ll hold the annual banquet on Saturday, September 20th. PF Banquet 1 Pheasants Forever has been in Delaware County for 29 years. PF Banquet 2 Tickets for this month’s Pheasants Forever banquet are available through Tony Helmrichs at

Moser School of Dance Scholarship Winner

Moser School of Dance and Gymnastics student Katie Boeding was awarded the 2014 Kevin Ballenger Memorial Scholarship at the USTA Power Tumbling National Championships in Louisville Kentucky. Out of a field of 39 seniors and college students vying for the scholarship, Katie was selected by the voting coaches at Nationals to receive this honor. Katie

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Two Injured in Back-to-Back Buchanan County Rollovers

Two people were injured in back-to-back rollovers in Buchanan County Thursday night. The Sheriff’s Office says the first call came in around 7 pm with a report of an accident in the 3300 block of 330th Street northwest of Coggon. An investigation shows 16-year old Jazimen Brunkhorst of Coggon was eastbound when she lost control,

Coggon Railroad Bridge Damage “Relatively Minor”

COGGON, Iowa (AP) – A railroad spokesman says a historic Iowa bridge that ignited this week is now in need of repair. Canadian National Railway spokesman Mark Hallman told KCRG-TV Thursday that the repairs to the Buffalo Creek bridge aren’t expected to delay traffic. He described the work as “relatively minor.” It’s unclear how long

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Flood-Damaged Manchester Buildings Scheduled for Demo

A few of the remaining vacant flood-damaged buildings in Manchester will be torn down this fall. The Professional Services building that sits right next to Hardees at 223 West Main Street will be demolished, with a new building going up on that lot. The City of Manchester has agreed to provide 70-thousand dollars in funds

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RMC Recognized for Reducing Early Elective Baby Deliveries

Regional Medical Center in Manchester has been recognized for exceptional work in reducing Early Elective Deliveries for babies born at RMC. The Iowa Healthcare Collaborative through the Partnership for Patients program recognized RMC with the honor. Early Elective Deliveries are induced or C-section deliveries after 37 completed weeks but before 39 completed weeks of gestation

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Arch Allies Concert at Delaware County Fairgrounds

It’s Labor Day weekend… and that means the Arch Allies will be performing at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. Fair Manager Jeannie Domeyer invites everyone to Sunday night’s concert. Arch Allies 1 Camping is also available at the fairgrounds all weekend. Arch Allies 2 Tickets are available through the Delaware County Fair Office or online at

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Fire Damages Railroad Bridge Near Coggon

COGGON, Iowa (AP) – Firefighters say they have extinguished flames on a historic railroad bridge in Linn County. Coggon Fire Capt. Jason Hartman says firefighters doused the flames on the Buffalo Creek bridge Wednesday night. It’s unclear what started the fire. No injuries were reported. The damage to the bridge is unclear. Hartman says smoke

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