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Several Dubuque County Intersection Lights Shot Out by Vandals

Dubuque County authorities say several intersection lights have been vandalized over the past month. The Dubuque County Roads Department reported seven different intersection lights were shot out, including on Highway 151 at the intersections of Sundown Road, Monastery Road and ...

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Diane McElliott - This Week's KMCH At-Work Network Winner!

Diane McElliott from Black Hills Energy is this week's KMCH At-Work Network winner.  Diane is the winner of a six-pack of cupcakes from Cakes By Kim!  Are you signed up to win? It only takes a minute!  Fill out the ...

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Fallen Soldier Honored Decades Later at Special Manchester Ceremony

A Marine killed in action decades ago was honored in Manchester on Wednesday... Service Flag 0 Leo Henkenius of Fort Wayne, Indiana, was killed during fierce fighting at the Chosen Reservoir in Korea in 1950. His remains were never recovered. His nephew, ...

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Delaware County Supervisors News

Delaware County will be exploring the possibility of implementing a public wastewater system in Petersburg. The DNR has had this potential project at the top of their radar for the past eight to ten years. The small unincorporated town of ...

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Lake Delhi Opening Bids for Phase Two Work Thursday

Lake Delhi will be taking another step forward in their reconstruction process this week. The Lake Delhi District Trustees will open bids for Phase Two on Thursday afternoon. Phase Two consists of building a cofferdam to divert the river flow ...

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Governor Branstad Cancels Manchester Visit Due to Illness

Governor Terry Branstad was scheduled to visit Manchester on Friday, but those plans have now changed. Branstad was released from the hospital Tuesday morning after falling ill during a speech Monday. Branstad's staff confirms the governor has the flu and ...

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Several Dubuque County Intersection Lights Shot Out by Vandals

Dubuque County authorities say several intersection lights have been vandalized over the past month. The Dubuque County Roads Department reported seven different intersection lights were shot out, including on Highway 151 at the intersections of Sundown Road, Monastery Road and 12 Mile Road; and on Highway 52 South at the intersections of Massey Station Road,

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HS Basketball: Tuesday Night 1-27 Results

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: It was another close battle to the end last night in Cascade when the boys’ class 2A 2nd-ranked Cougars hosted # 5 Monticello in River Valley Conference action. The Panthers held on to secure the mild upset 40-38. The Cougars jumped ou in front early but the Panthers fought and held

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Manchester Chamber Selling Hawaii Trip Raffle Chances

The Manchester Chamber is once again offering chances to win a trip for two to Hawaii! The winner will choose between a $3,500 travel certificate (to your destination of choice) and $500 spending money OR a $3,000 cash prize. Limited number of tickets available. Contact the Manchester Chamber office at 927.4141 or any Chamber board

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2014 Class of Master Pork Producers Introduced at Iowa Pork Congress

The 2014 class of Master Pork Producers was formally introduced by the Iowa Pork Producers Association at the 43rd annual Iowa Pork Congress Banquet in Des Moines last night.  This 73rd class features nine Iowa hog farmers who were selected and recognized by their peers for excellence in pork production. A slide show highlighting each

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    Iowa coach Fran McCaffery says senior forward Aaron White still hopes to play in Saturday’s game against second ranked Wisconsin. White has not practiced this week after suffering a “shoulder stinger” in a loss at Purdue. “Obviously we want him in the lineup, he wants to be in the lineup. I think there’s probably a […]
    Todd Kimm
  • Warm temperatures pose problems for ice fishing in southern Iowa January 29, 2015
    While most Iowans enjoyed this week’s warm, non-winter weather, the spring-like temperatures caused significant melting of many lakes and streams, making ice fishing iffy for anglers. Even though the warm spell is over now, the effects remain, according to Joe Larscheid, chief of the fisheries bureau of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. “The season […]
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  • School start date bill clears legislative committee January 29, 2015
    A bill to let school districts decide when to start classes in the fall cleared a three-member panel at the statehouse today. There were arguments on both sides, and the bill’s future is uncertain. Ross Schoofs at Adventureland Park in Altoona says they lose money when school starts earlier in August. “Comparing August 15th when […]
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  • Idea of allowing Iowa youth to hunt with crossbows draws fire January 29, 2015
    A bill that would have let children under the age of 16 hunt deer with powerful crossbows during any of the three hunting seasons for adult hunters in Iowa has been tabled at the statehouse after opposition from the Iowa Bowhunters Association and others. Representative Matt Windschitl, a Republican from Missouri Valley, said he didn’t […]
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  • Iowa Nice Guy releases tribute to agriculture (video) January 29, 2015
    From athletics to politics, the actor known for his “Iowa Nice” videos released a new two-minute tribute to Iowa’s agricultural industry this week. Scott Siepker, of Des Moines, salutes the state’s farmers in the mini-sermon, praising producers of everything from ethanol to wind power and even Iowa’s fledgling aquaculture industry. “So, I hear you think […]
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