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Wednesday, October 22

!!Delhi Man Faces 9 Charges Following Monday Chase

upIowa’s Unemployment Rate Rises to 4.6 Percent

DNRFive Decades of Iowa Aerial Photography Now Available on DNR Website

Iowa Road

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Today's Obituaries

Tuesday, October 21

downMajor Drop in Crude Oil Prices, Motor Fuels Continue to Fall

DNRExpanded Cool Weather Stocking Means Fall Trout Fishing Excitement

Monday, October 20

helathIDPH, Partners Take Part in Red Ribbon Week October 23 - 31

DNRLooking for Places to Hunt? Start Online

Friday, October 17

helathOctober is Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Why Should You Get a Mammogram

DNRIowa Pheasant Youth Season October 18-19

DNRPrograms Available to Add More Pheasant Habitat

Thursday, October 16

!!First Influenza Cases of the Season Identified in Iowa

DNROctober 25 Pheasant Opener Prospects are Good

Wednesday, October 15

farmCover Crop Planting Deadline Extended To November 1

DNRTips and Tricks for Making the Most of Fall Fishing in Iowa

Tuesday, October 14

MoneyState Revokes Lender’s License, Orders $1.5 Million Restitution for Iowa Borrowers

downCrude Oil, Motor Fuels Continue to Fall

Monday, October 13

celebrationMidAmerican Energy Plans to Invest Additional $280 Million in Wind Generation

MoneyStates and Federal Regulators Reach $105 Million “Mobile Cramming” Settlement with AT&T Mobility

Friday, October 10

celebrationFor Ninth Consecutive Year, UNI Selected as a 'Best Business School' by Princeton Review

Science of Parenting: Music and the Brain

Thursday, October 9

farmGovernor Branstad Signs Harvest Weight Proclamation

!!As Deer Activity Increases, Drivers Urged to Use Caution

Wednesday, October 8

MoneyIowa DOT Auction to be held October 18

DNREarly Muzzleloader Deer Season Begins October 11

Tuesday, October 7

DNRTest Results from Captive Deer Herd: 79.8% Tested Positive for Chronic Wasting

!!Iowa State Fire Marshal: Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives!

Monday, October 6

farmTen Iowa Organizations to Receive Grants to Help Promote Specialty Crops

DNR7 Things You Need to Know Before Hunting Public Land

Friday, October 3

downCrude Oil Falls Substantially , Motor Fuels Also Down

helathIDPH Statement on Texas Ebola Case

Thursday, October 2

!!2 Arrested in Manchester on Drug Charges

celebrationHealthiest State Walk Slated for October 8

DNRState Parks Peak Season Coming to an End

Wednesday, October 1

farm$501,500 Available to Iowa Farmers Through New Organic Program

DNRIowa DNR: When Leaves Turn Colors, Fish Turn On

Tuesday, September 30

DNRIowa Parks Foundation Announce Pilot Project in Dubuque, Jackson and Jones Counties

helathIowa Health Information Network Links with Nebraska

Monday, September 29

MoneyIowans Receiving Buying Club Refunds

helathIDPH Public Health Expert Visits China

Friday, September 26

MoneyIowa Workforce Development Receives $1.78 Million Grant

downEthanol, Crude Oil, Motor Fuels Prices Fall

Thursday, September 25

MoneyEconomic Development Board Approves Awards That Will Assist in the Creation of 94 Jobs

DNRArchery Deer Hunting Season Opens October 1

Wednesday, September 24

farmCrop Report: 76% of Corn, 74% of Soybeans in Good to Excellent Condition

DNRDNR: Five Hot Fall Fishing Spots in Iowa

Tuesday, September 23

helathNational Farm Safety and Health Week Is September 21 To 27

DNRIowa DNR: Plant Some Shade Events Planned for Fall

Monday, September 22

workIowa’s Unemployment Rate Remains at 4.5 Percent

helathThat Makes Me Sick: 2013 Iowa Surveillance of Notifiable and Other Diseases Report

Friday, September 20

MoneyTaking Applications for GDCCF Grants Through October 31

!!New Study Finds Nearly 1.8 Million Iowans Gambled Last Year

DNR: Fall Trout Stocking Begins October 3

Thursday, September 19

!!Dispose Unwanted Prescription Drugs at Blakesley Drug September 27

helathIDPH Epidemiologist Returns from Sierra Leone, Fighting Ebola

DNRIowa’s Youth and Disabled Hunter Deer Season Begins Saturday

Wednesday, September 17

helathSeptember 23 Designated as Falls Prevention Day

DNRDNR: Treestand Safety as Deer Seasons Approach

Tuesday, September 16

celebrationBig Day for UIU: Largest Enrollment in 45 years on Fayette Campus; University Included in U.S. News Rankings

helathPrevention Works, Treatment is Effective, People Recover

Monday, September 15

!!Connolly Charged in Connection with August Crash

helathNational Preparedness Month: Take Time to Plan, Prepare

downPrice of Crude Oil & Motor Fuels Drop

Friday, September 12

farmIowa Crop Report: Crops Continue to Mature

DNRIowa DNR Submits Livestock Work Plan Report to EPA

Thursday, September 11

MoneyCommunity Promotion Board Accepting Grant Applications

Iowa’s Demand for Smoke-free Housing Grows

DNRIowa’s Dove Season Increases in Popularity

Wednesday, September 10

helathLate Summer Virus Causing Illness in Iowa

DNRIowa DNR: 6 Tips for Geocaching Newbies

Tuesday, September 9

DNRIowa DNR: Water Trails to Explore this Fall

Science of Parenting: ‘I Can’t Decide’

Monday, September 8

helathSuicide Prevention Week – Prevention is Everyone’s Business

!!DNR Investigates Fish Kills in Clayton and Dubuque Counties

Friday, September 5

helathPrepare for Open Enrollment for Health Insurance

farmCrop Report: 76% of Corn and 73% of Beans in Good to Excellent Condition

Thursday, September 4

helathIDPH Reports First Case of Chikungunya

MoneyEconomic Development Board Approves Awards to Support the Creation of Nearly 200 Jobs

Wednesday, September 3

downCrude Oil Mixed, Motor Fuels Down

DNRIowa’s Pheasant Population Highest Since 2008

Tuesday, September 2

helathCases of West Nile Virus Continue to Increase

DNRThey Gotta Have Cover, Pheasants That is…

Friday, August 29

New National “truth” Ads Target Teen Tobacco Use

DNRIowa Receives $3 Million for Habitat and Hunter Access Program

Thursday, August 28

downCrude Oil and Motor Fuels Continue to Fall

DNRAlliant Energy to Sponsor Eight Operation Releaf Events

Wednesday, August 27

!!More Details Released in Fayette County Reserve Deputy Shooting

Labor Day May Signal the End of Summer, but Not the End of Road Construction

Tuesday, August 26

MoneyIowa’s Employer Unemployment Insurance Tax Lowest Since 2002

DNRSpecial September Teal Season Bonus Opportunity for Iowa Hunters

Monday, August 25

!!Buckle Up! Manchester Police to Focus on Seat Belt Use for 2 Weeks

farmCentury and Heritage Farms Recognized During Iowa State Fair

DNRDNR: How to Identify Iowa’s Poisonous Plants

Friday, August 22

!!Manchester Pair Arrested for Damaging Cars

Heightened Enforcement over the Labor Day Weekend

DNRMourning Dove Banding, Hunting Season Preview

Thursday, August 21

!!Dyersville Man Arrested on Drug Charges

farmAffordable Care Act Has Implications for Farm Families

DNRIowa DNR: August is National Treestand Safety Month

Wednesday, August 20

farmIowa Crop Report: Corn & Beans Very Good

DNRIowa DNR: Campers Ready for Labor Day Weekend

Tuesday, August 19

upIowa’s Unemployment Rate Increases Slightly to 4.5 Percent

DNRDNR: Iowa Waterfowl Seasons Approved

Monday, August 18

MoneyTen Finalists Selected for John Pappajohn Iowa Business Plan Competition

Science of Parenting: Who Needs a Cell Phone?

Friday, August 15

!!Manchester Man Charged in Break-ins

MoneyIowa Awarded a National Governors Association Grant

DNRDNR to Launch Search for Iowa's Ugliest Tackle Box on Facebook

Thursday, August 14

celebrationPersonalized and Specialty Plate Applications now Available Online

farmState Attorneys General Object to EPA Narrowing Clean Water Act Permitting Exemptions for Farmers

Wednesday, August 13

celebrationFunnel Cake Sticks Win Iowa State Fair Value-Priced Food Contest

DNRDNR Proposes Rules to Help Manage Vegetation Around Boat Docks

Tuesday, August 12

!!Oelwein Mayor Charged with Sexually Abusing 2 Girls

farmWeekly Crop Report: Crops Looking Good

Monday, August 11

celebrationClay County’s Elizabeth Glover Crowned 2014 Iowa State Fair Queen

downCrude Oil and Motor Fuels Continue to Fall

Friday, August 8

MoneyIowa Joins $35 Million Drug Settlement

DNRWater Conditions to be Drought-free After Current Rainfall

Thursday, August 7

farm77% of Corn and 74% of Soybeans in Good to Excellent Condition

DNR10 Tips for Taking Your Kids Fishing for the First Time

Wednesday, August 6

Money$6.75 Million in Cost Share Availble for Conservation Practices

helathIDPH Joins Recognition of World Breastfeeding Week

Tuesday, August 5

Special Programs to Honor Veterans at the 2014 Iowa State Fair

National Farmers Market Week August 3-9

Monday, August 4

downCrude Oil Falls: Motor Fuels Also Drop

DNRIowans Invited to Help Set Water Quality Goals for Streams, Rivers

Friday, August 1

!!Cases of West Nile Virus Increase in Iowa

MoneyAbusive Military Consumer Lender to Stop Collecting from Service Members & Veterans

Thursday, July 31

farmFarmers Commit $1.4 Million to Try New Water Quality Practices

DNRDNR Building a Popular Stop at the Iowa State Fair

Wednesday, July 30

celebrationBranstad, Reynolds Highlight Success of STEM Education in Iowa

downNatural Gas Prices Dip Below $4: Motor Fuels also Fall

Tuesday, July 29

!!Prepare for Propane Needs this Fall and Winter

DNRMissing for 80 Years: Fish Species Discovered in Mississippi River

Monday, July 28

farmBeautiful Weather for Farmers to Make Hay

Opening Day Excitement at the Iowa State Fair

Friday, July 25

Tickets Still Available for Some Iowa State Fair Grandstand and Track Events

DNRWater Summary Update Shows July Cool, Dry and Drought-Free

Thursday, July 24

MoneyCedar Falls is No. 22 on 'Great Affordable College Towns List'

celebrationRedesigned Majors and Programs to Launch at Upper Iowa University in 2014-15

Wednesday, July 23

!!Judge Halts Company’s Iowa Sales of “Cancer Cure” Spray

helathIDPH Substance Abuse Treatment Program Awarded Nearly $8 Million Grant

Tuesday, July 22

CourtManchester Zoo Owners Seek Lawsuit Dismissal

MoneyEconomic Development Board Approves Awards

workIowa’s Unemployment Rate Holds Steady at 4.4 Percent

Monday, July 21

MoneyLivestock Sale Totals $306,450 at Delaware County Fair

!!Bear Sighting Reported in Clayton County; Tracks Confirmed

CDC Ad Campaign Complements IDPH Quit-Smoking Offer
Groan of the Day

A woman was arrested for shop lifting. When she went before the judge he asked her, “What did you steal?” She replied, “a can of peaches.” The judge asked her why she had stolen them and she replied that she was hungry. The judge then asked her how many peaches were in the can. She replied 5. The judge then said, “I will give you 5 days in jail.”

Before the judge could actually pronounce the punishment the woman’s husband spoke up and asked the judge if he could say something.

The judge asked, “What is it?”

The husband said, “She also stole a can of peas.”

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Winning Scarecrows

1st Place Sue's Garden Center

2nd Place Bohnenkamp-Murdoch Funeral Home

3rd Place F & M Bank

Chamber Ambassador Visits

The Manchester Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors made 3 visits in September.

Black Hills Energy

The first stop was to Black Hills Energy where the Chamber Ambassadors greeted Lori Scovel, Operations Supervisor, for the BHE Manchester Unit.  Scovel joined new team members Andy Westhoff, Gas Supervisor, and Diane McElliott, Customer Service Associate, at the local office six months ago. With a background in education, Scovel most recently was the Director of Delaware County ISU Extension and Outreach. Formerly Aquila, the local gas utility was acquired in 2008 by Black Hills Corporation, an investor-owned utility based in Rapid City, SD. A new office and warehouse opened in Manchester in 2013.   A team of 15 service and operations technicians serve 23 communities from the Manchester office, including customers in Buchanan, Clayton, Delaware, Dubuque, Jones and Linn Counties.  In addition to providing natural gas service, Black Hills Energy offers the Service Guard program which repairs appliances.
 Delaware County Jail

The second visit was to the Delaware County Jail to hear Sheriff John LeClere discuss the problems and shortcomings of the present jail facilities and explain how a new addition combined with remodeling the current jail would correct the issues.  He explained recent court ruling concerning the supervision of males and females and the reasons why certain prisoners needed to be housed separately even though the facility has double cells.  Some of the stories about the problems the jailers experienced were almost incomprehensible.  The Ambassadors were surprised to hear about the existing problems and the recommendations of the jail inspector and concurred with the sheriff that something needed to be done.   The Ambassadors then toured the evidence room and certain other parts of the existing buildings.

Dental Associates of Manchester

Our third visit was to Dental Associates of Manchester to meet new associate Dr. Zach Stecklein.  Stecklein graduated from the University of Iowa School of Dentistry and considers himself fortunate to have had Dr. Tim Collier as a mentor and Dr. Gordon Goettsch as an instructor.  It was the relationships that developed that led Dr. Stecklein to join the team at Dental Associates and he jumped at the opportunity as it brought him back to his Oelwein roots.   While at the University Stecklein received training as in General Dentistry  which included the use of the latest technology and treatments for a wide range of dental needs.  He told the Ambassadors his goal is to provide the highest quality of care as he builds relationships within the community.  Dr. Stecklein expressed his his pleasure in the warm and welcoming way the community has accepted him.

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Groundbreaking at RMC

Regional Medical Center and community members celebrated the future with a ground breaking celebration for the hospital expansion. The addition will include a new Specialty Clinic, Inpatient Unit, covered carport, Gift Shop, patient information center, public dining area, family lounges/waiting areas, solarium, and outdoor patio.

“This is an exciting day for Regional Medical Center and our community,” said Lon Butikofer, RN, PhD. “The impact of our $20 million dollar project has been thoroughly examined against the needs and expectations of the communities we serve. It provides the needed space in which to provide services to a growing patient population and service area, advancement in our technology, and expanded specialty services.”

“Anything we can do to improve our residents' access to healthcare today and in the future is important to me, stated Dr. Thompson, DO, FAAFP. “This expansion project will enable us to continue to provide healthcare for the increasing number of patients and families seeking additional and more complex healthcare, close to home.”

“This groundbreaking is possible because of the dedication of our 427 employees, those behind the scenes and those in the frontlines, along with all our volunteers,” said Pat Doyle, Chief Nursing Officer. “They go the extra mile each and every day to ensure that our patients are provided the best care possible.”

“This project represents our continued commitment to promote the health and well-being of this community, in response to the tremendous support Regional Medical Center has received from the community,” Danette Kramer, MBA, Chief Financial Officer, added.

The project is managed by Carl A. Nelson, with architecture by INVISION Architects.  Regional Medical Center’s 40,000+ square foot expansion project is expected to be complete by 2016.

Pictured: Joe Keith, Building and Grounds Committee Member, Allison Hunger, Bev Preussner, Governing Board Chair, Bob Holtz, Friend of Regional Medical Center, Alissa Holtz, Pat Doyle, Chief Nursing Officer, , Dr. Lon Butikofer, Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Ried Boom, In-Patient Physician Leader, Christopher LaRosa, Hayden Tucker, Dr. Christiansen, Chief of Staff, Tiana Washington, Danette Kramer, Chief Financial Officer

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! 
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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. 
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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.
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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.
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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.   
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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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