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MV Dollars for Scholars Fundraiser Brings in $2,000

MV Dollars for Scholars Fundraiser Brings in $2,000

Maquoketa Valley’s Dollars for Scholars fundraiser last Friday night was a big success. The fundraiser featured Jim Salow, Jim Clifton and Jim Krapfl as guest bartenders at Earlville Pub and Grub. Owners Terry and Brenda Elgin also contributed to the event, and the wait staff donated their tips to the cause. They raised over two-thousand

Ed-Co Student Receives Del-Clay Scholarship

An Ed-Co student has been awarded a one-thousand dollar scholarship from the  AGCO Corporation and Del-Clay Farm Equipment.   Olivia Bailey was awarded the scholarship after students completed the application process and scored by the National FFA Organization.  The winners were selected based on supervised agricultural experience, leadership, community involvement, and academics. Olivia is a senior

Betty Robison of Independence

Independence –  Betty E. Robison, 89 years old, of Independence, Iowa, formerly of rural Walker, Iowa, died on Saturday, April 2, 2016, at Lexington Estate in Independence.  She was born on February 12, 1927 in Troy Mills, Iowa, the daughter of Dean and Kathryn (Strang) Keller.  She graduated from high school in Independence.  On December

Dyersville St. Pat’s Parade Winners

Thousands of people lined the streets of Dyersville for the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade on Saturday. The Dyersville Chamber has announced the winners of this year’s parade… In the Float Division, 1st place went to Tauke Motors, who had the Mario Kart cars. 2nd place was given to American Realty, 3rd place to Skid Marks and Honorable Mention to

KMCH At-Work Network Winner!

Congrats to this week’s KMCH At-Work Network winner… Deanna Krapfl at Farm Bureau Financial Services in Dyersville! We surprised Deanna with a six-pack of cupcakes from Cakes by Kim as a ‘thank you’ to listening to KMCH while she works! You could win, too… just sign up at kmch.com!

RMC Employees Donate to Delaware County Food Bank

Regional Medical Center employees took February’s Manchester Sesquicentennial theme to heart and performed a huge “random act of kindness”. RMC employees made a monetary donation that will be used to buy food for the Delaware County Food bank. Food Bank Coordinator Doug Robbins gave RMC employees a tour of the Food Bank facility and took

West Delaware Looking for Businesses to Help Students

West Delaware is looking for businesses that would be willing to allow students to learn in their workplace. High school principal Tim Felderman says the district currently allows students to learn outside of the classroom, but starting next year, it will transform into a more structured program known as “Connections Career Exploration”. High school counselor Shari