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Dyersville McDonald’s Back to Normal after September Fire

Dyersville McDonald’s Back to Normal after September Fire

McDonald’s in Dyersville is finally getting back to normal… nearly three weeks after a fire broke out at the fast food restaurant. The electrical fire on Friday morning, September 30th destroyed McDonald’s fryers. The business closed for about a day and has been operating for the past two weeks without its fryers, offering a limited


No Injuries in Two-Vehicle Collision in Manchester

Two vehicles were involved in a collision on the north end of Manchester Wednesday morning. It happened at the intersection of North Franklin Street and Winslow Drive just before noon. Manchester Police say a southbound pickup truck turning west onto Winslow Drive took the corner too wide and collided with a car stopped at the

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Fall Book Sale at Manchester Public Library

Along with checking out books at the Manchester Public Library, you can also BUY some books this week. The Friends of the Library will hold their Fall Book Sale tomorrow through Saturday. A variety of books will be available, along with DVDs and puzzles. Hours are Thursday from 9:30 to 8, Friday from 9:30 to

Controversy Over Oelwein Police Officer’s Facebook Photo

There is some controversy over a photo posted on a local police officer’s Facebook account. Jay Perkins, a reserve officer with the Oelwein Police Department, posted a picture of himself, which makes it appear that he is relieving himself on a Clinton/Kaine political yard sign. Perkins had his pants pulled down, and also appeared to


Cedar Rapids Teacher Wants Trial Moved Out of Linn County

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) – A substitute teacher accused of having sexual contact with a Cedar Rapids student wants her trial moved out of Linn County. Online court records show that Mary Haglin is seeking a change of venue because of pretrial publicity. It’s unclear when the court will rule on her request. Haglin has

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Elkader Plans to Repair Walkway after Flooding

ELKADER, Iowa (AP) – Officials in Elkader say they intend to complete repairs to the popular paved walking path along the Turkey River, erasing one of the last reminders of flooding that threatened the community in August and September. KWWL reports that fixes to the Riverwalk have been delayed as officials wait to see if