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Two Injured in Downtown Anamosa Fire

Two Injured in Downtown Anamosa Fire

ANAMOSA, Iowa — Authorities say two people suffered injuries from smoke inhalation in a fire that saw multiple fire departments called to a downtown building in Anamosa. Our coverage partner KCRG reports that the fire was reported early Saturday morning in an apartment above the Thou Art Gallery on Main Street. The Anamosa fire chief

Area Meetings Today

Area meetings today… The Maquoketa Valley School Board will consider approving the calendar for next school year at tonight’s meeting, which begins at 6 pm. The Independence School Board will discuss early retirement for employees, as well as a sharing agreement with Cedar Falls Schools for men’s and women’s swimming next school year. Their school

Greater Delaware Co. Community Foundation Awards Grants

The Greater Delaware County Community Foundation recently awarded nearly $54,000 in grants to help the poor and needy of Delaware County. With that, the Foundation expects to give out more than $15,000 in scholarships during 2017 to help poor and needy individuals wishing to use education as a tool to upgrade their employment skills. The funds

Manchester Ambassadors’ February Visits

The Manchester Chamber Ambassadors made several visits around town Thursday. The Ambassadors visited NAPA Auto Parts on West Butler Street to meet the business’s new owner, Dennis Thompson. They also stopped by First Presbyterian Church to meet the church’s new pastor, Maxwell Muska. And the group stopped by Aunt Emmy’s Bakery, Coffee House and Cupcakes

Manchester Replacing Two Fire Trucks

The Manchester Fire Department will be replacing two of its fire trucks. The two trucks – an equipment truck and a tanker truck – are both due for replacement. It will cost about 280-thousand dollars to replace the equipment truck and about 230-thousand dollars to replace the tanker. Fire Chief Mike Ryan has been working

Reward Offered for Information on Elkader Business Burglary

A reward is being offered in the case of an Elkader break-in last week. Everett’s Service Station in Elkader was broken into sometime between 7 pm on Tuesday night, February 6th and 7 am on Wednesday morning, February 7th. Elkader Police say someone entered the business through the front door, took some cash and 15-thousand

Test Drive Raises Money for Beckman Booster Club

The Beckman Catholic High School’s All Activities Boosters has gotten a “boost” from a local business. Tauke Motors in Dyersville hosted a new vehicle test drive with FCA to raise money for the school. FCA contributed twenty dollars for every test drive during the fundraiser, which was held in conjunction with the Beckman Gala last