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Lukan Appointed Director of Iowa Dept. of Veterans Affairs

A New Vienna native who most recently served as the state’s drug czar has been appointed to a new position ...

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Area Legislators Answer Questions at Delaware Co. Legislative Roundtable

Delaware County Economic Development hosted their fifth annual Legislative Roundtable and Tours on Friday. This year’s event was held in Edgewood, ...

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WEST DELAWARE FOOTBALL: Program Holds Annual Awards Night

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: West Delaware High School Activities Director Matt Weis and the Athletic Department hosted the annual Football and Cheerleading ...

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HS GIRLS BASKETBALL: West Delaware Officially Starts Season Monday Night

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The high school girls basketball season began with regular season play for one KMCH area coverage school Friday ...

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Local Law Enforcement Stepping Up Presence Over Thanksgiving

Local law enforcement will be stepping up its presence over the Thanksgiving holiday. Now through next Sunday, you’ll see more Manchester ...

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Vehicle Discovered at Bottom of River in Clayton County

A vehicle has been discovered at the bottom of the Mississippi River near Marquette. The Clayton County Sheriff’s Office says a ...

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Manchester's Leaf Pick-up Ending Soon

The City of Manchester will end their leaf pick-up the week of Thanksgiving. Residents can still put out their leaves on ...

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Lukan Appointed Director of Iowa Dept. of Veterans Affairs

A New Vienna native who most recently served as the state’s drug czar has been appointed to a new position by Governor Kim Reynolds. Steve Lukan has been appointed as the executive director for the Iowa Department of Veterans Affairs. Lukan is a veteran himself. Right after graduating from Beckman High School, he served four

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Moser Gymnasts Place Well at Rock Island Meet

Moser School of Dance and Gymnastic area athletes recently competed in the USTA Power Tumbling meet in Rock Island, Illinois last Sunday, November 12th. Twenty-five teams were entered with around 550 athletes competing. Area gymnasts who placed first include Carter Phillips, Katelin Ante, Jacinda McDermott, Kennedy Bulman, Elizabeth Recker, Natalie Besler, Tucker Erickson, Amy Morris, Makenna Payne, Madilyn Payne, Lainey


Manchester’s Leaf Pick-up Ends This Week

The City of Manchester will end their leaf pick-up this week. Residents can still put out their leaves today, Tuesday and Wednesday morning. The City asks that the leaves be raked into windrows by your curb by 7 am. At this point, it doesn’t matter which area of town you live in – all residents

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Iowa Crops and Weather Report – November 20

DES MOINES – The Iowa Crop Progress and Condition report has been released by the USDA National Agricultural Statistical Service.  The report is released weekly from April through October.   “Harvest progress continued across much of the state with some Iowa farmers finishing combining and completing other fall field work, including construction of conservation practices,”


Archie D. Thomas, Sr. – Waterloo

Archie D. Thomas, Sr., 89 years old, of Waterloo, Iowa, formerly of Independence, Iowa, died on Saturday, November 18, 2017, at the Marshalltown Hospital in Marshalltown, Iowa.  He was born on July 17, 1928, in Swain, Arkansas, the son of Luther and Lula (Mays) Thomas.  He attended school in Arkansas and Missouri.  Mr. Thomas served

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  • Reynolds ‘wouldn’t say no’ to a Trump assist on ’18 campaign trail November 21, 2017
    Some of the nation’s Republican governors told New York Times reporters last week that they’re concerned about campaigning alongside President Trump next year. Today, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds told Radio Iowa and Cedar Rapids Gazette reporters she’s not ready to talk about how Trump might assist her 2018 reelection bid. “We’ll take a look at that […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • Law officers put together holiday food packages for the needy November 20, 2017
    About two dozen Des Moines police officers and Iowa State Patrol troopers packaged Thanksgiving meals at the Food Bank of Iowa in Des Moines this morning in an event called “Arrest Hunger”. It took about 20 minutes for officers to assemble the 150 meal kits that food will be distributed to families in need in […]
    Dar Danielson
  • Weekend event highlighted adoption November 20, 2017
    Child adoption events were held in several Iowa cities this past weekend, with two of the largest events in Black Hawk and Hamilton counties. As part of the Adoption Saturday event in Webster City, a family from Rockwell City family adopted a boy just in time for Thanksgiving. Rachel Black said she and her husband, […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor
  • Update: Denison girl in Amber Alert found November 20, 2017
    Update: Des Moines police say officers picked up Carrasco and Penaflor. Original story: An Amber Alert was issued at 1:19 p.m. for a 12-year-old girl who was allegedly abducted by at 13-year-old boy. The Amber Alert issued by Denison Police says 12-year-old Beyonce Carrasco was abducted by 13-year-old Rodolfo Penaflor Junior. Carrasco is describe as being […]
    Dar Danielson
  • Supreme Court rules evidence in Black Hawk County drug bust found illegally November 20, 2017
    The Iowa Supreme Court has thrown out the evidence from a drug arrest in Black Hawk County because of a information that was missing from a sign. A Black Hawk County Sheriff’s Deputy stopped Michael Scheffert just after 12:30 A.M. in May of 2015 on a gravel road near the county conservation department’s Falls Access. […]
    Dar Danielson

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