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Thursday, April 24

!!Iowa Missing Person Information Clearinghouse Launching Facebook Page

workWorkers Memorial Day Honors Iowans Who Lost Their Lives in the Workplace

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Today's Obituaries

Wednesday, April 23

upIowa Unemployment Rate Increases to 4.5 Percent in March

helathApril is Alcohol Awareness Month: Underage Drinking in Iowa

Tuesday, April 22

!!Iowa DNR Helps with Fire Cleanup, Reviews Burn Policy

DNRFunds Available for Conservation Research and Demonstration Projects

Monday, April 21

MoneyEconomic Development Board Approves Awards Resulting in Nearly $1.25 Billion in Capital Investments

MoneyIowa Receives $71 Million in Annual Tobacco Payment

Friday, April 18

helathIowa Insurance Division Protects Iowans from Losing Insurance

downPropane Prices Continue To Fall; Motor Fuels Steady

Thursday, April 17

farmPermits Available to Harvest Hay in Iowa DOT Highway Roadsides

Iowa to Implement Electronic Death Registration System

Wednesday, April 16

!!Alcohol Awareness Month: Binge Drinking in Iowa

farmCorn Stover Gains Attention in Iowa for Industrial Uses

Tuesday, April 15

!!Maquoketa Officer's Actions Justified

upCrude Oil Prices On The Rise; Ethanol Prices Retreat

Monday, April 14

helathIDPH Releases Healthy Iowans Progress Report 2014

DNRStatewide Initiative to Bring Back Native Pollinators

Friday, April 11

!!Chronic Wasting Disease Detected for First Time in Wild Iowa Deer

MoneyGrain Processing Corporation to Pay Record Civil Penalty

Thursday, April 10

helathNational Healthcare Decisions Day Your Decisions Matter

celebrationUNIBusiness Students to Plant 6,500 Trees in Cedar Falls

DNRIowa DNR Spawning Fish for Better Fishing

Wednesday, April 9

MoneyIowa Workforce Development Fights Unemployment Insurance Fraud

State Park Campsites Available for July Fourth Holiday

Tuesday, April 8

National Work Zone Awareness Week April 7-11 - New Iowa DOT Construction Website

MoneyIEDA Board Approves Awards to 13 Companies

Monday, April 7

helathIDPH: April is Alcohol Awareness Month

!!High Five Rural Traffic Safety Project to Begin

Friday, April 4

Money$97,261.00 in Grants Awarded to Non Profit Groups

!!Iowa Settles with Phusion Over “Four Loko”

DNRIowa DNR: Turkey Season Preview

Thursday, April 3

MoneySix Watersheds To Receive Grants From Watershed Board

DNRAnglers Trashing Shoreline is Major Problem

Wednesday, April 2

!!Maquoketa Police Officer Shot, Suspect Dead

DNRIowa Trout Stocking Began April 1

Tuesday, April 1

upEthanol Prices Continue To Climb

New Law Allows Unsuccessful Youth Turkey Hunters Another Chance

Monday, March 31

upIowa Unemployment Rate at 4.4 Percent in February

MoneyIowa Consumers Receiving E-Book Settlement Refunds

Friday, March 28

!!April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

DNRIowa DNR: Cold Water Greets Spring Paddlers

Thursday, March 27

MoneyAlliant Energy Extends Iowa Electric Base Rate Freeze

DNRIowa DNR Boater Reminder: Pull the Drain Plugs

Wednesday, March 26

celebrationIowa State University Extension and Outreach Week Is March 23-29

Registration Now Open for April 8 Iowa Local Food Conference

The Challenges of Eating Nutritiously on a Limited Budget

Tuesday, March 25

Registrations Open for Statewide 4-H Camps

celebrationIowa State’s Ag Engineering Ranked 4th by U.S. News

Monday, March 24

CourtIowa Teen Appeals Life Term for Killings

celebrationVeterans Find Success at UNI's Business School

Combine Nutrition and Taste for Healthy Meals

Friday, March 21

upUpswing in Ethanol Prices, Motor Fuels Unchanged

MoneyEligible Iowans Can Use State’s Free File Tax System

Thursday, March 20

celebrationIowa Designated All Vet State by U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation

helathMarch is Brain Injury Awareness Month

Wednesday, March 19

Iowa DNR: Safe Hunting Year in 2013

celebrationUNI's MBA Program Ranked Among the Top by U.S. News & World Report

Tuesday, March 18

upIowa Unemployment Rate at 4.3 Percent in January

DNRIowa DNR: Long Winter Expected to Affect Fish Populations

Monday, March 17

!!Navigate Problem Gambling: National Problem Gambling Awareness Week

celebration2014 ‘Friends of Extension’ Honored

Friday, March 14

helathRMC Focuses Efforts on Medication Safety

downMajor Drop in Natural Gas Prices, Propane Dips Below $2

Celebrate National Nutrition Month: Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right

Thursday, March 13

CourtTrial Date Set for Delhi Man Charged in Fatal Crash

MoneyCommunity Promotion Board Accepting Grant Applications

celebrationIDPH Nominates Two Iowa Groups for Radon Work

DNRDNR to Answer Your Iowa Tree, Emerald Ash Borer Questions Live on Facebook March 18

Wednesday, March 12

CourtManchester Teen gets Life Term for Killing Grandparents

helathMarch is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month: Get Screened

DNRNew Iowa Online-Only Bowhunter Education Course

Tuesday, March 11

celebrationManchester Radio Shack Will Remain Open

farmIowa MarketReady Trains Local Food Producers to Reach Beyond Local Consumers

celebrationIowa Tourism Office Launches Ad Campaign and Updates Web Site

Monday, March 10

!!Past Winter Was The Coldest In 35 Years And 9th Coldest All Time

DNRSpring Thaw Causes Elevated Levels of Wintertime Haze

Friday, March 7

!!Manchester’s Cricket Hollow Zoo Threatened with Lawsuit

CourtIowa Joins Lawsuit Opposing a California Law that Discriminates against Iowa Egg Producers

downPropane Sees Significant Drop, Natural Gas Remains Volatile

Thursday, March 6

farmProlonged Crisis in Ukraine Could Roil Grain Markets

Registration Now Open for April 8 Iowa Local Food Conference

Wednesday, March 5

helathAll Open Enrollment for Individual Health Insurance Ends March 31

workSite Selection Magazine Honors Showing Iowa is Working

Tuesday, March 4

!!Dyersville Man Dies in Train vs. Vehicle Crash

celebrationSchool Districts Selected for First Teacher Leadership Systems

helathScience of Parenting: Did Someone Die?

Monday, March 3

Iowa DOT Plow Cams Now Online for All to See

DNRDNR to Hold Listening Session on Fall Hunting and Trapping Regulations

Friday, February 28

farmAg Census: Iowa 2nd in Total Value Of Agriculture Sales

DNRWith New Farm Bill, Additional Winter Pheasant Habitat Available

Thursday, February 27

CourtJudge Delays Sentencing of Sweet until March

upIowa Gas Prices on the Rise, Propane Costs Continue to Fall

DNRMemorial Day Weekend Campsites Going Quickly

Wednesday, February 26

celebrationUpper Iowa University Names University Provost and Vice President for Academic Extension

celebrationGovernor Branstad Establishes Council to Guide Expansion of National Service

Tuesday, February 25

MoneyIowa Economic Development Board Approves Awards to 3 Companies

helathIowa Health Information Network Joins Mid-States Consortium

Monday, February 24

farmPreliminary 2012 Census Results Provide a Snapshot Of Iowa Agriculture

DNRDNR Facebook Q&A Session of Hunting Moved to Febuary 26

Friday, February 21

downNatural Gas and Propane Prices Retreat

helathGet Up and Move: Workplace Workouts Can Lead to Better Health

Thursday, February 20

MoneyUpper Iowa Earns "Best Buy" Ranking for Online MPA Program

celebrationLatest Iowa Travel Guide Now Available

Wednesday, February 19

deerIowa's Deer Harvest Declined for Eighth Straight Year

DNRInaugural Water Quality Initiative Leader Awards

Tuesday, February 18

upMajor Increase In Natural Gas Prices, Motor Fuels Up Slightly

MoneyIowa Tourism: Travelers Spending More Money in Iowa

Monday, February 17

helathIs Your Valentine Healthy for You?

DNRWater Summary Update - 2013 in Review

Friday, February 14

Iowa Transportation Commission Schedules Public Input Meetings

DNRIce Shelter Removal Deadline Extended North of Hwy 20

Thursday, February 13

!!Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Takes Action on Propane Shortage

Hunter Ed Classes Available Ahead of Spring Turkey Season

Wednesday, February 12

celebrationUpper Iowa University to Offer Dual Enrollment Courses in Fall 2014

2014 Morel Mushroom Certification Workshops Planned for March and April

Tuesday, February 11

helathScience of Parenting: Children’s Views on Aging

farmNominations Sought for 2014 Iowa Farm Environmental Leader Awards

Monday, February 10

celebrationUNI Lifelong University Announces Spring 2014 Courses

A Heart-healthy Diet Keeps Your Brain Healthy, Too

Friday, February 7

CourtDubuque Woman Gets 7-year term in Craigslist Murder Scheme

helathIowa State Helps to Educate Iowans about Health Insurance

celebrationIowa Communities Selected for Expansion of RSVP Programs

Thursday, February 6

!!Emerald Ash Borer Confirmed In Black Hawk County

DNRNew Lake Maps Available, Clear Lake Map Now Online

Wednesday, February 5

helathI-Smile Promotes National Children’s Dental Health Month

DNROpen Water Areas Showing Up On Some Iowa Lakes

Tuesday, February 4

farmCentury And Heritage Farm Owners Encouraged To Apply

Iowa DOT Expanding Use of Cameras to Show Road Conditions

Monday, February 3

upPropane Prices Remain High But Have Declined; Natural Gas Prices Top $5.00

DNRFive Iowans Charged with Illegally Harvesting Fish

Friday, January 31

!!Fayette County Fire Victims Identified

farmIowa Learning Farms Marks 10 Years in 2014

DNRDNR Trout Hatchery: Trout Spawning Outside of Manchester

Thursday, January 30

celebrationLake Delhi Officials Receive Federal Permit

workIowa Business Council Announces Goal of Hiring 2,500 Veterans

farmISU Releases New Feedlot Monitoring Software

Wednesday, January 29

downIowa Unemployment Rate Drops to 4.2 Percent

MoneyREAP Grants Available for Land Acquisition

Tuesday, January 28

farmBeef Feedlot Roundtable Sessions Offered at Five Iowa Locations

celebrationUNI Selected as Military Friendly by Military Advanced Education Magazine

Monday, January 27

MoneyIWD Apprenticeship Report Shows Higher Wages

upUnprecedented Spike in Propane Costs

Groan of the Day

Q: How many men does it take to change a toilet paper roll?

A: No one knows, it's never been done.

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Local Women Complete Annie’s Project Course

Delaware and Dubuque County Iowa State University Extension and Outreach offices offered Annie’s Project to educate farm women on various risk management topics. Annie’s Project is a six week course designed to empower farmwomen to manage information systems used in critical decision making processes and to build local networks.  The target audience is farmwomen with a passion for business and involvement.
Twenty-four women from Clayton, Delaware, Dubuque, and Jones counties completed Annie’s Project in Dyersville. The women met for six weeks in February and March at the James Kennedy Public Library. During these sessions, local agribusiness professionals covered 16 risk management topics including estate planning, farm succession planning, grain marketing, crop insurance and financial statements and analysis. Throughout the course women gained knowledge on topics presented relative to their operation and enjoyed the networking opportunities. The Annie’s Project class in Dyersville was funded by a grant from the USDA/FCIC Risk Management Agency and supported by Delaware and Dubuque County ISU Extension and Outreach and Farm Credit Services of America.

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Chamber Ambassador Visits

The Manchester Chamber Ambassadors met at Regional Medical Center on Thursday, March 13th to learn about RMC’s upcoming Facility Expansion and to hear Dr. Lon Butikofer, Chief Executive Officer, share his vision for RMC.  Over the last two decades RMC has significantly grown its patient services and will soon begin work to expand its current facility.  RMC will soon break ground for its largest expansion in history, a two-story addition which will include a new Medical Surgical/Inpatient Unit and Specialty Clinic.  To learn more about RMC’s facility expansion, please visit here.

Chris Cagle - 2014 Buchanan County Fair - July 19

Chris' self-proclaimed version of "redneck rock 'n roll," has been firing people up for over a decade, and this time around, Chris is chomping at the bit for an energetic reintroduction to the country music community that's been a long time coming. Fans will still see flashes of the Chris they know but they'll also see the joy and confidence that home life provides him. "I'm happy. You're gonna hear the smile through the radio,"

Chris says of his new record. "For the first time since April 2001, I am truly happy to do it; I have a new lease on all of it." Chris is back with all the energy of a newcomer and the wisdom of a veteran and the renewed passion is contagious. "I'm at a place in my life where I think about everyone I'm working with, especially the fans. I thank God that I'm in a place in my heart where I am grateful and aware. I am very, very, very lucky."

Tickets will be available online at

Easton Corbin - 2014 Delaware County Fair - July 10

One of country music’s up and coming stars is headed for Manchester to headline country night for the 2014 Delaware County Fair.  Headlining the Thursday,  July 10 show with his voice that was made for country music is Easton Corbin.

When Easton broke on the scene in 2009 with not one, but two, No. 1 singles, “A Little More Country Than That” and “Roll With It,” and a Top 15 hit, “I Can’t Love You Back,” the country music world was put on notice. He became the first country male artist in 17 years to have his first two consecutive singles reach No. 1. Billboard named Easton the Top New Country Artist of 2010 and named "Roll With It" the No. 6 Hot Country Song of the Year. He was ranked No. 9 on Billboard’s list of Top Country Artists-Male, listed between Blake Shelton and Tim McGraw.

Corbin will be in Manchester on Thursday, July 10th. Seating for this concert will include track seating at $35 with premium seating of the first 8 rows in the center at $50. The premium seats will come with three complimentary drink tickets to be used during the show.

Tickets for Easton Corbin will go on sale at 9:00 a.m. on March 15th. Tickets will be available at the Fair office, by calling 563.927-6449 or here.

George Thorogood and the Destroyers - July 11 - Delaware County Fair

George Thorogood and the Destroyers will headline this regionally famous headline event. A rocker debuting in the late 70’s and rising to fame in the early 80’s, Thorogood promises to fill the grandstands with some great traditional rock and roll. Known for penning some great classic hits, this band is celebrating its 40th anniversary of performing for audiences and laying down a phenomenal live show.

George Thorogood will perform in Manchester on Friday, July 11. Tickets for this event go on sale to the general public in March and will once again include all you care to eat and drink during the show. For more information on this concert, please visit here.

Delaware County Fair’s Newest Event Boasts Award Winning Act! - July 8

The Delaware County Fair announces the addition of a new event. Traditionally a festival stage has been erected for a Christian concert on the North end of the grounds for a Wednesday evening performance. This year the fair will construct the stage a day early and host award winning a capella band, Home Free, as a duel event on Tuesday evening of the week long fair. This talented group of vocalists has most recently won the top spot on NBC’s television show The Sing-off.

Five guys from Minnesota with five microphones and no instruments, Home Free has sung all over the world. They have also brought their love of a cappella music into public schools, raising music awareness and thousands of dollars for local high school music programs. With a musical style they call “an eclectic mix of everything” they have taken a cappella in a direction that caters to every generation.  You can find more information about this act and other events at the Fair here.

Rhubarb Festival

Manchester’s Annual Rhubarb Fest
Saturday, June 7, 2014
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
BAUM PARK (Anderson/E. Butler Streets)
♪ ♫ MUSIC ♪ ♫
☺ “Free Activities for
the Kids” the Kids”
Face Painting & Balloons! Face Painting & Balloons! 
See more details here.

Edgewood Rodeo Days June 26 - 29, 2014

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Delaware County Fair July 7 - 13, 2014

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Area Attractions, Fairs & Festivals

Grant Wood Festival

Grant Wood was born on a farm near Anamosa on February 13, 1891. He displayed early evidence of his artistic ability and upon graduation from Grant High School in Cedar Rapids, enrolled at the Handicraft Guild in Minneapolis. His subsequently taught school, attended night classes at the Art Institute of Chicago, served in the Army, and later was appointed an art instructor at the University of Iowa.

During the 1920s, he traveled to Europe several times. On his last journey, his contact with Flemish and German primitive art forms resulted in his decision to return to the Midwest, settle in Iowa, and paint scenes he knew best in the style for which he would become famous.

Grant Wood died on February 12, 1942 and is buried at Riverside Cemetery in Anamosa.

The annual Grant Wood Art Festival honors the heritage of Grant Wood and the legacy of the early Irish immigrants who settled in Stone City. Attracted to the natural beauty of the terrain, Grant Wood chose this area for his art colony during the summers of 1932-33.  The aim of the original art colony, as outlined in the school’s brochure, was “…to join in working together toward the development of an indigenous expression.  To this end we do not strive for any particular formula or technique.  We rather seek for a stimulating exchange of ideas, a cooperation of a variety of points of view.”

A journey back in time to view architectural landmarks of the mid 19th century is promised to those who visit the area.  The legend is that early immigrants came to Stone City in the 1800s and carved a legacy of stone in the bluffs of the Wapsipinicon River Valley. 
See more details here.

Great Jones County Fair July 16-20, 2014

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Anamosa Pumpkinfest

Named by the Iowa legislature in 1993, for great family fun at the annual Pumpkinfest and Weigh-off!  The event is scheduled for the 1st Saturday of October with events scheduled throughout the day including the Ryan Norlin GIANT Pumpkin Weigh-off, Pumpkinfest Parade, pumpkin carving exhibits, food and craft booths, pumpkin recipe contest, games and much more!

The Iowa record for a big pumpkin was broken several years in a row in the pumpkin capital of Iowa, Anamosa.  In 2007, Anamosa received national recognition by weighing in the second largest pumpkin in the world at 1662 pounds from Don Young of Des Moines, IA.

Downtown Main Street in Anamosa will be closed to showcase Food and Craft Vendors. Pumpkinfest activities include Pumpkin Carving Exhibitions, Pumpkin Recipe Contest, Kids Games and Rides, Parade, Scarecrow Contest, Golf Tournament, Bowling Tournament, Hay Bail Toss, Live Music and 5K Run. The annual Chili Cook-Off benefits the free medical clinic. 
See more details here.

National Farm Toy Museum

Hidden amongst the patch worked fields of green and gold, the National Farm Toy Museum, has been home to thousands of farm toys and collectibles since 1986. The idea of a farm toy museum came from the growing awareness of the farm toy hobby through passionate and enthusiastic collectors, and the demand for additional space to house the National Farm Toy Show. Taking note of these two elements Dave Bell, then of the ERTL Company, and Claire Scheibe, founder and past president of the Toy Farmer Ltd. met with the Dyersville Industries, Inc. (DII) Board of Directors to propose the National Farm Toy Museum.

As was expected, the DII Board did not immediately accept the idea of building a museum. One major concern the Directors focused on was the expense to construct the facility. To help defray the costs a fund raising campaign was put together that included introducing and selling a series of collector tractors. The first series was a line of vintage Cockshutt tractors. The series consisted of a three-tractor set that was produced from 1986 thru 1990. Those who purchased the first set are still acknowledged in the museum today. The result of the fund raising campaign and the sales of the Cockshutt series tractor sales was the National Farm Toy Museum. Every year the National Farm Toy Museum selects an exclusive collector's series tractor to produce for the benefit of the Museum.
See more details here.

Ghost Players at the Field of Dreams Movie Site

Come see the world famous Ghost Players on Sundays, July 6 & 20 August 3, 17, 31 at the Field of Dreams Movie Site. The ghosts will appear at 1 pm and perform their "Greatest Show on Dirt."  Come play some ball and have some fun!  Free admission.  See more details here.

Basilica of St. Francis Xavier

The Basilica of St. Francis Xavier is the Catholic parish for the residents of Dyersville, Iowa. It is one of 70 basilicas in the United States. The parish is part of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. The church was named in honor of the missionary Saint Francis Xavier.

The basilica features Gothic architecture. This includes columns and vaulted ceilings. The church has a seating capacity of about 1200 people. There are about 5000 people total in the parish.  It has 64 large stained glass windows. There are two notable windows in the church. 
See more details here.

Elkader Opera House

The beautifully renovated 1903 Elkader Opera House is nestled in the scenic Turkey River valley in Elkader, Iowa. In addition to being on the National Register of Historic Places, the Opera House is best known as Northeast Iowa’s entertainment leader. With its rich cultural heritage the Elkader Opera House provides a charming and unique setting for any event.
See more details here.

Clayton County Fair

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Turkey River Corridor

As an Iowa Great Place, The Turkey River Corridor is unique in its geographic size and potential. It truly is a regional great place. The communities of Clermont, Elgin and Elkader in Fayette and Clayton Counties are linked by the special, scenic beauty of the Turkey River corridor. Visitors relish in the abundance of wooded hills and rich rolling plains, streams and rivers, diverse wildlife and recreational opportunities. The corridor communities are linked in a common mission to develop and enhance the existing natural resource base of the Turkey River Corridor through the creation of land and water trails infrastructure.
See more details here.

Heartland Acres

Heartland Acres Agribition Center is located off Highway 20 Exit 252, in Independence, Iowa. Dedicated to exhibiting the past, present and future of agriculture in the National Heritage Area, Heartland Acres has something fun and educational for people of all ages. Heartland Acres has seasonal livestock, new and antique farm equipment, a classic car museum, events center and a one-room schoolhouse.  See more details here.

Buchanan County Fair
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Brew BQ

Overwhelm your senses with outstanding BBQ, slow cooked for hours over hardwood smoke. New vendors for 2014 will bring a delicious new flavor to the menu selection. Food and standard beverages are available by purchasing tickets at the event.

Our Craft Brew Zone features over 50 craft brews and is open from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Passes for the Craft Brew Zone are available in advance or at the gate.

Bring your lawn chair, music starts at 2:00 and lasts until 9:00 p.m.   
See more details here.

Williams Center for the Performing Arts

Opened in the Fall of 2003.  The construction of the center was part of a project which included a wellness center and other festures.  The williams center for the arts includes a state-of-the-art auditorium, a multi-funtional, sound/light booth, a spacious work area, several spacious dressing rooms and multi-level storage.  See more details here.

Fayette County Fair

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Oelwein Heritage Days

Annually held 3rd Weekend in August. This year's event will be held August 17-18, 2013. 

A great chance to get in touch with local heritage and celebrate our past. Railroad History - Large Flea Market - Beautiful Quilts - 5K Race - Vintage Cars - Arts & Crafts - Street Dance - Musical Entertainment - Games - Window Displays - Sidewalk Sales - Lunch Stands. Out-of-town guests can make Oelwein their weekend destination and area residents can renew their local heritage. Fun for the entire family!  
See more details here.

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