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Time to sign up for Summer Programs 

  New Hampton, Iowa – Even though spring is barely here it’s definitely not too soon to make summer plans. In fact if you want the choice spots for some class offerings in New Hampton, Tara Hackman of the New Hampton Park and Rec Dept says you might want to get signed up NOW since

Local & State Sports

Collegiate Football on the Field with room for copy

KCHA Sports Report (3/26)

College basketball is on a lot of people’s minds this time of year, especially with the Sweet 16 starting tonight.  We will cover some college football however during this sports report. The Iowa football team opens spring drills without Jake Rudock at quarterback. The two year starter for the Hawkeyes may be transferring after C.J.


Funeral Announcement

Dr. Rulan S. Hansen, DVM, 93, Decorah

Dr. Rulan S. Hansen, DVM, age 93, of Decorah, Iowa, died Thursday morning, March 26, 2015 at Winneshiek Medical Center in Decorah. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at Fjelstul Funeral Home in Decorah. Graveside Services will be at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, April 4, 2015 in Annis Little Butte


Charles City Hall

CC Council Staff Work Session Agenda for Feb. 11th

Charles City, Iowa – The Charles City City Council and Staff will hold a work session on Wednesday February 11th beginning at 7pm in the council chambers at City Hall. Click Here for the agenda.

RSS State News

  • Legislator recognizes 110th birthday of Carlisle woman March 30, 2015
    A woman in central Iowa is celebrating her 110th birthday today. State Senator Julian Garrett of Indianola offers some perspective on Tressa Bartholomew’s longevity. “When she was born Theodore Roosevelt was president of the United States,” Garrett says. There were only 45 states in the union when Bartholomew was born in 1905. “She still lives […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • Iowa storm chasers catch video of big storms in Nebraska, Oklahoma March 30, 2015
    A storm-chasing team from Iowa has provided live video of some major storms in other states, including the twin tornadoes that devastated a small town in northeast Nebraska last year. Ben McMillan is a member of the Iowa Storm Chasing Network, which live-streamed the video that was picked up by local television and national networks. “Our […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor
  • Dubuque man sent to prison over unregistered shotgun March 30, 2015
    An eastern Iowa man is going to prison for more then seven years for possessing an unregistered gun. Twenty-four-year-old Jordan Michael Edmonds of Dubuque admitted in June of last year to one count of possession of an unregistered sawed-off shotgun. He admitted to possessing the shotgun that had a barrel of less than 18 inches […]
    Dar Danielson
  • Branstad defends tax incentives for HyVee March 30, 2015
    Governor Terry Branstad says the Hy-Vee supermarket chain is a “good corporate citizen” and deserves the $7.5 million in state tax incentives it has been awarded for expansion of its corporate headquarters in West Des Moines. “We’re very blessed to have a company of that magnitude,” Branstad says. “Hy-Vee is a great corporate citizen. They’re located all […]
    O. Kay Henderson
  • Mason City police investigate another case of illegal pet dumping March 30, 2015
    A second case of illegal pet dumping is under investigation in northern Iowa. A gas station employee on Mason City’s north side saw someone throw a black garbage bag Thursday into the trash bin outside of the business. That bag contained eight newborn kittens, which were taken to the Mason City Stray Animal Shelter where […]
    Radio Iowa Contributor

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