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Dyersville Park and Rec Director Resigns

The City of Dyersville is looking for a new Park and Rec Director. Matt Ungs has resigned, effective last Friday. He ...

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Teen Arrested after Two Incidents at Independence Mental Health Institute

A teen has been arrested after starting a couple items on fire at the Mental Health Institute in Independence. The Buchanan ...

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Dyersville Area Relay for Life Ranks High on State and National Levels

The Dyersville Area Relay for Life was recently recognized for being one of the top Relay for Life events – ...

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Maquoketa Valley Speech Team Earns Conference Title

The Maquoketa Valley High School speech teams kicked off their competition season on a good note this past Saturday at ...

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Successful First Year for Dubuque County Drug Disposal Box

It’s been one year since the Dubuque County Sheriff’s Office installed their Prescription Drug Disposal Box… and officials consider it ...

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HS SPORTS: Tuesday Night Coverage Area Basketball and Wrestling

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: A crowded slate of high school girls and boys basketball along with wrestling meets will be taking ...

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Manchester Chamber Hosting Awards Night

The Manchester Chamber is kicking off the year with their annual awards night tonight. Chamber Director Jessica Pape says it’s ...

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Dyersville Park and Rec Director Resigns

The City of Dyersville is looking for a new Park and Rec Director. Matt Ungs has resigned, effective last Friday. He had served as Dyersville’s park and recreation director for the past three years. The City is taking applicants for the position through February 9th.

Local Sports

HS SPORTS: Results from Tuesday Night 1-16

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: In girls basketball last night, the Maquoketa Valley Wildcats fell to Springville 58-40 in a game that the Orioles controlled for most of the way. Springville led by 9 at the end of the first quarter and halftime then led by 14 heading into the 4th. Oriole senior and Minnesota State

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Manchester Good to Great Conducting “Engage Manchester” Survey

The Manchester Good to Great Committee wants to hear your ideas of what would make Manchester a better place to live, work and play! Take a short four-question survey to share your ideas. Surveys are available online on the Facebook pages of the Manchester Chamber, City of Manchester, Delaware County Economic Development and West Delaware

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Trump Discusses Rural Broadband, NAFTA at Farm Bureau Convention

A White House task force on rural America has released its recommendations and improving broadband access is a top priority. Ninety-six percent of city residents have access to high-speed connections, compared to just 61 percent of rural residents. President Trump addressed the disparity Monday during a speech at the American Farm Bureau convention in Nashville.

Obituaries

Arthur N. Lansing – Dyersville

Arthur N. Lansing, 89, of Dyersville, passed away Monday, January 15, 2018, at the Good Neighbor Home in Manchester.   Visitation will be held from 2-8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, at Kramer Funeral Home, 750 12th Ave SW in Dyersville.  Visitation will continue Saturday from 9-10 am at Kramer Funeral Home prior to funeral

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  • Groups push for more laws regulating livestock operations January 16, 2018
    A coalition of more than two dozen state, local, and national organizations rallied at the statehouse today urging passage of a package of bills they say will strengthen regulation of large hog confinement operations known as CAFO’s. The coalition says they have diminished the quality of life in the Iowa countryside. The Iowa Alliance for […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor
  • Rockwell Collins shutting down fabrication unit in Cedar Rapids January 16, 2018
    The largest employer in Iowa’s second largest city has announced a move impacting over 100 workers. Rockwell Collins will end its Fabrication Operations in Cedar Rapids. The work will be transitioned to external suppliers by spring of 2019, according to a statement from the avionics maker. Rockwell Collins spokesperson Josh Baynes says the fabrication unit […]
    Pat Curtis
  • GMU research on State of Iowa regulations (AUDIO) January 16, 2018
    Research from George Mason University indicates state regulations are “overly burdensome.” The university’s analysis indicates the Iowa Administrative Code has more than 160,000 “restrictions” and it would one person 14 weeks to read all of them. “Excessive rule-making has a very negative impact on things we care about, things like job creation and our pocketbooks, […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • Governor satisfied Iowa Emergency Management won’t make Hawaii’s mistake January 16, 2018
    Governor Kim Reynolds today said she had her staff immediately check with Iowa Emergency Management officials after the false alarm about a nuclear attack that was sent this weekend in Hawaii. “As soon as I saw that, because I can’t imagine the fear and the angst and the anxiety that they were feeling,” Reynolds told reporters during […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • Reynolds says new Medicaid restrictions may be considered ‘down the road’ January 16, 2018
    Iowa’s Republican governor today said work requirements for able-bodied Medicaid recipients may be considered in the future, but Kim Reynolds said she’s not ready to act on new Trump Administration guidelines that let states enact new rules for the program. “That’s something we can look at down the road,” Reynolds said during her weekly news conference. Reynolds did […]
    O. Kay Henderson

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