Friday, October 24, 2014
Anamosa Two hour delay
Central CityTwo hour delay
East BuchananTwo hour delay
Independence and St. John'sNo School
Maquoketa ValleyTwo hour delay
Monticello Two hour delay; 3rd grade field trip postponed
North-LinnNo School
StarmontNo School
West Delaware and St. Mary'sNo School - W. Delaware Football game vs Decorah IS STILL ON for tonight.
Western DubuqueTwo Hour delay

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HS Football: West Delaware Hosts Decorah On 100 Years Celebration Night

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The class 3A sixth-ranked West Delaware Hawks look to capture a district title for the 4th time in 10 seasons and first since 2011 tonight with a win over Decorah. The Hawks are 7-1/4-1, while the Vikings ...

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Wed. 10/22 KMCH, Bring Me My Lunch Winner: Allyn Durey!

The "KMCH, Bring Me My Lunch" winner for Wednesday, Oct. 22 is Allyn Durey who lives just south of Manchester.  Allyn is pictured here with his wife Ilona and Dave Klein from Simon's Grain and Feed in Manchester, who helped ...

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DCED Treats Local Industries During October Industry Month

Delaware County Economic Development visited several industries in the area as part of October Industry Month! Director Donna Boss and members of the board stopped at Laddawn, Exide Technologies, Pieco, FarmTek, Manchester Cabinetry and Rockwell Collins. They also made visits to Kendrick ...

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Denise Stone - Our Latest KMCH At-Work Network Winner

Denise Stone, who works at the Manchester Substance Abuse Services office is this week's KMCH At-Work Network winner!  If you want to be an At-Work Network winner just like Denise, just fill out the form HERE and you could be our ...

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Dry Weather Helping Harvest

The corn harvest is still two or three weeks behind schedule, but the dry weather is helping farmers move things along this week. According to Monday's USDA Crops and Weather Report, 19-percent of the corn crop has now been harvested. ...

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HS Volleyball: WD Hawks win WaMaC Tourney

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The class 4A 2nd-ranked West Delaware volleyball team defeated Mount Vernon, Independence and Solon on the way to the program's first WaMaC conference tournament title since 2007, in Mount Vernon last night. Head coach Brett Mather talked on ...

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Local News


Manchester Man Arrested for Threatening to Shoot Others at Apartment

A Manchester man has been arrested for threatening to shoot others with a shotgun. Manchester Police were called to Apartment 2 at 1513 North Franklin Street on Wednesday for a man with a loaded shotgun making threats to shoot people. The other people inside the apartment were able to talk the man into putting the

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HS Football: Week 9 Preview

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: Other important games in high school football take place around the area tonight, no bigger than our Area Online and Playback game of the week at  the Starmont High School Football Field where the Stars host Ed-Co. Both teams are tied at 3-3 in class A district 5 play setting up


West Delaware Wreath Sales

West Delaware’s wreath sales begin Sunday, October 26th and run through November 9th. Music students will kick off the wreath sales with a door to door blitz on Sunday afternoon, Oct 26th. Please purchase from your favorite West Delaware Music Student or call Sandy Steffen at 563-932-2942 to place an order. Delivery occurs the week of Thanksgiving. All proceeds

Ag News

Early Harvest

Iowa Crops and Weather Report – October 20

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. “Heavy rains across the southeastern two-thirds of Iowa early last week kept farmers out of the fields for several

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  • King, Mowrer engage in feisty debate October 24, 2014
    The two major party candidates in Iowa’s fourth congressional district engaged in a bit of verbal combat tonight during a televised debate held at Buena Vista University in Storm Lake. Democrat Jim Mowrer of Boone criticized Congressman Steve King of Kiron for suggesting the American soldiers being sent into west Africa to deal with the […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • Former Clinton man given prison time for bank robbery October 23, 2014
    A former Clinton man has been sentenced to prison for robbing a bank last year. Police said 22-year-old Shane Hoiland entered the Lyon’s branch of the Clinton National Bank on February 25, 2013 and handed a teller a note demanding money. He left with cash that the teller placed in a paper bag. Hoiland was […]
    Pat Curtis
  • High School football playoff pairings will use a new format this year October 23, 2014
    The pairings for the upcoming high school football playoffs will have a much different look this season. Gone is the format from the past few years where the entire bracket is released for all six classes and instead the pairings will be put together after each round. Todd Tharp of the Iowa High School Athletic […]
    Todd Kimm
  • Davenport approves a coyote hunting ordinance October 23, 2014
    Residents of one of eastern Iowa’s largest cities may soon have fewer coyotes to torment them. Davenport aldermen have unanimously approved an ordinance allowing people who live on at least 10 acres of land inside city limits to hunt coyotes on their property. They can use either bows or shotguns. Residents say more and more […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor
  • Regents’ discussion of tuition increase turns to talk of another freeze October 23, 2014
    The Board of Regents held a discussion today on a proposed tuition increase at the three state schools. That discussion quickly turned to a proposal for another tuition freeze. Regent Larry McKibben of Marshalltown says he is concerned about figures showing Iowa college students graduating with the sixth highest debt load in the country. “I’m […]
    Dar Danielson

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RSS Entertainment News

  • Roz Chast wins $50,000 literary prize October 23, 2014
    NEW YORK (AP) — Roz Chast is having a busy awards season.
    The Associated Press
  • Judge: Chris Brown following probation rules October 23, 2014
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge says Chris Brown has been doing well and following his probation rules since his last hearing in August.
    The Associated Press
  • Steinbeck heirs fight over control of movie rights October 23, 2014
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — John Steinbeck's heirs say a literary agency is wrongly cutting them out of negotiations over movie deals for the late Nobel Prize-winning author's books.
    The Associated Press
  • New Mexico wants home of noted artist recognized October 23, 2014
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Artist Luis Jimenez is credited with helping transform the definition of public art in the U.S. with his larger-than-life, debate-provoking fiberglass sculptures.
    The Associated Press
  • Burns' series gives PBS a ratings milestone October 23, 2014
    NEW YORK (AP) — Ken Burns' series "The Roosevelts" earned PBS its biggest audience in two decades, making it the documentary maker's third most popular film after "The Civil War" and "Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery."
    The Associated Press

RSS AP Sports

  • Manning, Sanders lead Broncos past Chargers, 35-21 October 24, 2014
    DENVER (AP) — With this much speed and acceleration, it's no surprise Emmanuel Sanders is so adept at catching up.
    The Associated Press
  • Steve Nash ruled out for season with back injury October 24, 2014
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Steve Nash hoped for one more chance to show off his playmaking skills after fighting injuries and time for two miserable years with the Los Angeles Lakers.
    The Associated Press
  • Giants' Hudson to face Royals' Guthrie in Game 3 October 23, 2014
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — In the middle of a champagne-and-beer-soaked clubhouse after the San Francisco Giants won the NL Championship Series, Tim Hudson was given the chance to speak to his team.
    The Associated Press
  • At 1-all, World Series moves to quirky Giants park October 23, 2014
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Eric Hosmer loaded up, launched a long fly and watched it sail toward McCovey Cove. Way out there in right field, near the 421-foot mark, the ball bonked off the brick wall.
    The Associated Press
  • Judge questions $75M NCAA concussion settlement October 23, 2014
    CHICAGO (AP) — The federal judge overseeing a first-of-its-kind head injury settlement with the NCAA expressed serious concerns Thursday about some terms and the vast scope of the $75 million deal that currently encompasses all college athletes going back decades.
    The Associated Press

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