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Residents Surveys Needed to Move Petersburg Wastewater Project Forward

Officials are hoping to move forward with the Petersburg wastewater project, but they need a little help from the residents ...

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Keith Urban Gives Fairbank Boy Guitar at Monticello Concert

A local boy walked away with a pretty special souvenir after Keith Urban’s concert at the Great Jones County Fair ...

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Semi-Pro Baseball: Dyersville Whitehawks Tournament Begins Thursday Night

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The 2017 edition and the 67th annual Dyersville Whitehawks Tournament begins tonight at Jenk Field inside Commercial ...

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HS State Baseball: Beckman Preparing for State Semifinal Contest vs. Regina

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The 30-11 top-seeded Beckman Blazer Baseball team will meet the fourth-seed 28-7 Iowa City Regina in a ...

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Local Officials Frustrated with Wrong NWS Flood Prediction

Local emergency management officials plan to meet with the National Weather Service to talk about improving flood forecasts. Last weekend, the ...

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Lake Delhi Trustees Election Results

All three candidates on the ballot for the three seats on the Lake Delhi Board of Trustees were elected Tuesday. Daniel ...

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HS Baseball: IHSBCA All-District Teams Announced

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The 2017 Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association All-District teams have been released. In the KMCH coverage ...

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Residents Surveys Needed to Move Petersburg Wastewater Project Forward

Officials are hoping to move forward with the Petersburg wastewater project, but they need a little help from the residents in order to do that. Mark Schneider from the ECIA and Larry Nagle from EIRUSS say the site for the lagoon has been identified, but they are concerned about the lack of responses to the

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Semi-Pro Baseball: Dyersville Whitehawks Tournament Begins Thursday Night

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The 2017 edition and the 67th annual Dyersville Whitehawks Tournament begins tonight at Jenk Field inside Commercial Club Park in Dyersville. The special guest will be Norway, Iowa baseball standout and former Chicago Cubs Manager Bruce Kimm. Also to kick-off the night and as part of the Commercial Club’s Grand celebration;

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West Delaware Yearbooks Available for Pick-up

West Delaware High School students may pick up their 2017 yearbooks at the high school office during office hours. Yearbooks will also be available during Chromebook pick up on August 22.

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Iowa Crops and Weather Report – July 24

DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey today commented on the Iowa Crop Progress and Condition report released by the USDA National Agricultural Statistical Service.  The report is released weekly from April through October.   “The hot and humid weather created stress for both crops and livestock last week, particularly in areas that

Obituaries

Donald “Don” Gudenkauf – Winthrop

City or Town Heading:  Winthrop Name of Deceased:        Donald “Don” Gudenkauf Age of Deceased:           57 Date & Place of Death: Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at University Hospitals in Iowa City   Services:               10:00 A.M. Friday, July 28, 2017 Place of Services: Church of Christ United in Winthrop Special Services:   Scripture service 2:30 PM Thursday at

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  • Grassley’s warning tweet about replacing AG Jeff Sessions July 27, 2017
    Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley has taken to Twitter to offer a warning about embattled U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions. President Trump lately has been tweeting about his disappointment in the man he picked to be attorney general. Trump’s complaint is that Sessions recused himself from the investigation of possible Trump campaign ties with Russia. Conservatives […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • Des Moines man arrested for allegedly stabbing a dog July 26, 2017
    A dog is recovering from stab wounds, while a Des Moines man is facing charges for injuring the animal. The dog, a pit bull mix named Zeus, was stabbed multiple times to his chest and side, according to officials with the Animal Rescue League of Iowa. It happened Monday on Des Moines’ northeast side. Zeus […]
    Pat Curtis
  • DMACC and ISU work together to encourage careers in cyber security July 26, 2017
    A joint agreement between Iowa State University and Des Moines Area Community College will try to boost the number of people working in cyber security. It’s estimated 300,000 cyber security jobs nationwide are unfilled, as the projected damage caused by cyber-attacks is six-trillion dollars by 2021. ISU computer engineering professor Doug Jacobson will lead what’s […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor
  • Briar Cliff president resigns after not quite 13 months on job July 26, 2017
    The president of a small Catholic college in northwest Iowa intends to leave his job soon. The President of Briar Cliff University in Sioux City has resigned after just over one year on the job. Hamid Shirvani sent an e-mail to the Briar Cliff staff and community announcing his resignation. He began his duties as […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor
  • Ernst says qualified transgender individuals should be allowed in military July 26, 2017
    Senator Joni Ernst says taxpayers “shouldn’t cover the costs associated with gender reassignment surgery,” but Ernst says any qualified American should be able to serve in the military. President Trump has sent a series of tweets, announcing the U.S. military “will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the military.” […]
    O. Kay Henderson

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