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The Band Perry Performs at Cascade High School

The students at Cascade High School were treated to a private concert Monday afternoon by one of the top acts in country music. The Band Perry performed in the school auditorium as a reward for the school winning State Farm's ...

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Hawk Bowlers Finish Regular Season With Wins

The West Delaware boys and girls regular bowling season is in the books.  The girls have finished with an undefeated 11 – 0 record.  The boys had 10 wins and 1 loss.  It was Senior night at Lightning Lanes Friday ...

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HS Boys Basketball: Class 1A/2A Districts Start Tonight

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The boys basketball postseason gets underway tonight with first round district contests around the state. KMCH Sports will have coverage of three area games. In class 1A district #6, starting with 3-18 East Buchanan taking on 2-19 ...

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Grassley Visiting Edgewood on Wednesday

U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley will make a visit to Edgewood this week. Grassley will attend a special media day event at Kendrick Forest Products on Wednesday, along with Congressman Rod Blum. Grassley will take a private partial tour of the ...

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Authorities Searching for Missing Oelwein Teen

The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public's help in locating a missing 16-year-old girl. Olivia May Rupright was last seen at 7 a.m. Tuesday at her home near Oelwein. Rupright is 5 feet 10 inches tall and ...

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Iowa Senate and House Differ on School Start Date

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Iowa lawmakers are differing greatly over bills that would decide when fall classes can start for Iowa school districts. A Senate education committee on Wednesday approved a bill that would give control to school districts. ...

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The Band Perry at Cascade 2015

The Band Perry Performs at Cascade High School

The students at Cascade High School were treated to a private concert Monday afternoon by one of the top acts in country music. The Band Perry performed in the school auditorium as a reward for the school winning State Farm’s “Celebrate My Drive” contest last fall. Cascade High School beat out three thousand small schools

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Hawk Bowlers Finish Regular Season With Wins

The West Delaware boys and girls regular bowling season is in the books.  The girls have finished with an undefeated 11 – 0 record.  The boys had 10 wins and 1 loss.  It was Senior night at Lightning Lanes Friday night with recognition given to Kaitlyn Salow, Hayley Hildebrand, Bailie Meissner on the girls team,

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Donations for Schmitt and Damon Families

Community Congregational Church has set up the “Schmitt/Damon Fire Fund” at F&M Bank to help the Dick Schmitt and Derek Damon families. Both families lost their home and possessions in a Manchester house fire on February 10th. If you’d like to help with the fundraising efforts, contact the church at 927.4772.

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Net Income for U.S. Farmers Expected to Fall

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – Net income for U.S. farmers is expected to fall by nearly 32 percent this year because of low crop prices and increasing expenses, placing many farmers in an unprofitable situation. The U.S. Department of Agriculture released estimates on Tuesday that show 2015 is expected to be the second year in

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  • State spending up to $1.1 million on bird flu response June 29, 2015
    The State of Iowa’s executive council has voted to spend up to $1.1 million in state tax dollars to cover some of the costs of cleaning up poultry operations that were hit by bird flu and getting rid of the dead birds. “Primarily the dollars here are for the haz-mat folks, folks that have been a part […]
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  • Drought worries have gone away as June winds down June 29, 2015
    Recent concern that drought conditions might creep back into the state have been washed away by some large rainfalls. Tim Hall of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources says the water picture is much different now than it was in April. “We were almost an island in the middle of really dry conditions in Nebraska […]
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  • Lower gas prices expected to spur more Independence Day travel June 29, 2015
    Many Iowans will be celebrating their freedom this coming holiday weekend by hitting the open highway for a road trip. Mark Peterson, with AAA-Iowa, says they’re predicting a big boost in Fourth of July travel. “AAA is projecting 41.9 million Americans will be traveling 50 miles or more from home this Independence Day,” Peterson says. […]
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  • Northwest Iowans raising funds for family of bike accident victim June 29, 2015
    Donations are being collected to help the family of a young woman from Ukraine who was killed in a car versus bicycle crash last week in northwest Iowa. The Go Fund Me Page for 20-year-old Iryna Shevchuk will help her family get her back home as well as to pay off debts they incurred to […]
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  • Population of trumpeter swans continues to increase June 29, 2015
    Trumpeter swans disappeared from Iowa’s waterways and skies more than a century ago when 1800s-era pioneers shot them because they were worried the big white birds would eat their crops. Since then, the majestic swans have been reintroduced to the state. Wildlife technician Dave Hoffman, at the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, says the numbers […]
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  • NBC to Donald Trump: You're fired; Televisa drops pageant June 29, 2015
    NEW YORK (AP) — NBC said Monday that it is ending its business relationship with mogul and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump because of comments he made about Mexican immigrants during the announcement of his campaign.
    The Associated Press
  • Mexico's Televisa drops Miss Universe after Trump remarks June 29, 2015
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican media giant Televisa says it will no longer broadcast the Miss Universe Pageant or engage any other communication project with Donald Trump.
    The Associated Press
  • Jack Carter, brash comic, dies at 93 June 29, 2015
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jack Carter, whose brash, caustic comedy made him a star in early television and helped him sustain a career of more than a half-century in TV, nightclubs, movies and on stage, died of respiratory failure at his Beverly Hills, California, home, a family spokesman said.
    The Associated Press
  • AP Source: AC/DC finally heading to Spotify June 29, 2015
    NEW YORK (AP) — AC/DC is finally heading to Spotify, three years after the veteran rock band decided to put its catalog on iTunes.
    The Associated Press
  • Box Office Top 20: 'Jurassic,' 'Inside Out' top 'Ted 2' June 29, 2015
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Inside Out" and "Jurassic World" are still drawing significant audiences to theaters even in their second and third weekends at the multiplex, leaving little room for newer fare like "Ted 2."
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