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Sign Up for KMCH’s “50 Days of Summer Backyard Bonanza” Contest!

Sign Up for KMCH’s “50 Days of Summer Backyard Bonanza” Contest!

You could be a winner with KMCH’s “50 Days of Summer Backyard Bonanza”, just like Tana Guetzko of Delhi! Just sign up at one of our participating sponsor locations and then listen for your name to be drawn on KMCH! Each weekday, we’ll draw a name and that person will have 9 minutes and 47


Severe Weather Likely Tonight

Severe weather is a good possibility as we head into tonight… The National Weather Service says damaging storms are expected to develop later today in Iowa. The Storm Prediction Center believes the best chances for severe weather will be just to our south – along and south of Interstate 80, with a slight risk for

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Hanson Auditorium Hosting ‘Bill Riley Talent Search’

The Bill Riley Talent Search is coming to Manchester… The Hanson Foundation, West Delaware Friends of Music and KMCH are hosting the Bill Riley Talent Search on Sunday, June 8th at 2 pm at Hanson Auditorium. The Talent Search showcases the diverse abilities of Iowa’s young people. Winners in two divisions will advance on to


Fill Our KMCH Flower Vase for a Chance to Win Prizes!

Everyone who stops by KMCH with a flower by early Friday afternoon (May 9th) will be entered into our Mother’s Day drawing… On¬†Friday (May 9th), we’ll draw for the grand prize of a family 4-pack of tickets to the Tree Town Music Festival in Forest City on Memorial Day Weekend featuring Brad Paisley and Toby


Easton Corbin Tickets on Sale Now

Tickets are now available for the Delaware County Fair’s Easton Corbin concert. Tickets went on sale Saturday morning, March 15th. Easton Corbin, one of country music’s up and coming stars, will perform at the fair on Thursday night, July 10th. He broke onto the music scene in 2009 with two #1 singles, “A Little More

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Turn Your Clocks Ahead

It’s that time of year… Daylight Savings Time is this weekend (March 8th and 9th)! That means it’s time to spring forward and turn your clocks ahead one hour Saturday night. And the Department of Public Safety reminds all Iowans to change the batteries in their smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors this weekend when

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