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NAPA Store Burglarized in Dyersville

The NAPA store in Dyersville was burglarized over the weekend. Dyersville Police say someone broke into the store by forcing open the door. Money and a number of tools were stolen. Police say it happened sometime between Saturday and Monday ...

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Hottest Weather of Year Arrives in Iowa

Temperatures will be climbing into the 90s over the next couple days for the first time this summer. Along with the heat, humidity will also be high - with air conditioners running full glast across the state. National Weather Service ...

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HS Softball; West Delaware in Fort Dodge State of Mind

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The class 4A 10th-ranked 30-7 West Delaware softball team opens up quarterfinal play this afternoon at the 2014 State Softball Tournament in Fort Dodge. The Hawks will battle No. 11 27-12 Norwalk in the 1:30pm game in day ...

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Great Jones County Fair Announces Three Concert Acts for 2015

The Great Jones County Fair in Monticello made three big concert announcements for 2015 this past week - and they're all major country music acts. Country superstar Tim McGraw was announced on Thursday night prior to the Miranda Lambert concert. ...

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Beckman Beats Cascade in Class 2A District Final

The 3rd-ranked Beckman baseball team improved their record to 26-13 with a 9-5 win over #9 Cascade in the class 2A District 9 final Saturday night in Dyersville. The Blazers were out-hit by the Cougars 10-5 but took advantage of ...

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Manchester Police Bust Several Meth Labs

Manchester Police have made several arrests after investigating four separate meth lab incidents this week. Police Chief Jim Hauschild says his department was first called to 500 East Union Street in Manchester on Sunday for a domestic disturbance. Officers discovered numerous ...

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NAPA Store Burglarized in Dyersville

The NAPA store in Dyersville was burglarized over the weekend. Dyersville Police say someone broke into the store by forcing open the door. Money and a number of tools were stolen. Police say it happened sometime between Saturday and Monday morning. Farm Bureau Insurance Company is offering a reward for information leading to the conviction

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HS Baseball; 3A District Finals Tonight

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The postseason continues on for the West Delaware Hawk baseball team along with other 3A and 4A squads around the state who picked up wins on Friday night. The Hawks dropped Independence 11-1 in 6 innings to advance on to the District Final tonight back in Oelwein facing Crestwood, who upset

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Electronic and Household Hazardous Waste Clean-up Day

Do you have any old TVs or computers that you aren’t using anymore? Maybe you have cans of paint or pesticides that you need to get rid of? An Electronic and Household Hazardous Waste Clean-up Day is scheduled for Saturday, August 2nd at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in Manchester from 8 am to noon. Any

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Farmers to Begin Mowing and Haying Roadsides

Motorists are being reminded to be on the lookout for equipment that’ll be moving through Iowa’s roadside ditches soon. Bob Younie, with the Iowa Department of Transportation, says land owners and others who’ve obtained a permit are allowed to harvest hay from state highway roadsides. The annual program benefits both parties. “It gives farmers a chance

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