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Sunday Conversation with Senator Charles Grassley

Sunday Conversation with Senator Charles Grassley

In this weeks edition, Senator Grassley talks about terrorism threats, immigration, and other topics. He also filmed an address which is posted below on our video link. Senator Grassley, what are your thoughts on the position President Obama has now made regarding the ISIS situation? What is your position on the immigration issue and how


A Coin Collectors Show in Clarion

It is an annual event that takes place thanks to the 50 year old Clarion Coin Club. The event draws a number of people throughout all of northern Iowa and gives people a chance to see the value of not only their coins, but other items of value. KIOW’s Roger Tweeten filed this report.:

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Steam Threshing Festival Opens Today

Heritage Park of North Iowa opens its 31st Annual Steam Threshing Festival today. Wyndham Sellers is the co-chairman of Heritage Park of North Iowa and says the Consignment sale kicks off the festivities during the free gate on Friday: Sellers says the weekends activities will feature both new events and old favorites.: Sellers says people

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Forest City Blood Drive Today

The Forest City Community Blood Drive will be held today from 1:30 PM – 5:30 PM at the Forest City YMCA. . With the summer quickly winding down, the need for blood donors in Iowa is up. Nichole Hanger with LifeServe Blood Center says there are generally fewer people who donate over the busy summer and

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Camp Courageous Train Engineer Passes

In 2007, Tom & Nan Riley of Marion, IA donated a train to Camp Courageous.  It included the engine car, a flatbed car, and caboose.  Gerry Rohr, of Monticello, Iowa was quick to volunteer his services to make this dream come true for the nearly 7,000 campers with special needs that come to Camp Courageous each

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Trial Begins in Slaying of Rockwell City Officer

A jury has been seated in the trial of a man charged with killing a Rockwell City police officer. The 14-person jury was seated Tuesday afternoon in the first-degree murder trial of 33-year-old Corey Trott. The group was selected from a pool of more than 100 people.     Prosecutors say Trott fatally shot Jamie

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Waldorf College Art Gallery to host Brian Frink

The Waldorf College Art Gallery will debut it’s 2014-15 season with display of artwork created by Minnesota State University Mankato art professor Brian Frink. Since Frink began teaching at MSU in 1989, he has received numerous regional and national awards for his painting and drawings, which have been exhibited throughout the country. He has previewed

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Lake Mills Bares the Brunt of Weekend Storms

While most football games on Friday were delayed, area towns were subjected to torrential rains and strong winds. In Belmond on Friday night, the Lake Mills Bulldogs could not escape the ferocity of the storm as it first moved through Belmond on its way to the rest of northern Iowa. The game was delayed one