Bleed for the Badges is a blood drive project devised by Forest City High School student Micaiah Krutsinger. He explains how the name of the initiative came to be. Krutsinger says this blood drive will […]
Now that students are out of school for the summer, work can begin on facility improvements. Forest City Superintendent Darwin Lehmann says a number of upgrades will be done before classes resume in August.
These are the items that are available on the silent auction during KIOW’s TSB and McCloskey Appliance Cancer Radiothon going on now till 10pm. To bid, come see us at either the TSB Bank Community […]
Iowa has a higher-than-average rate of new lung cancer cases, according to a report from the American Lung Association. Alyssa DePhillips of the American Lung Association in Iowa says 65 out of every 100,000 Iowans […]
Lung cancer remains Iowa’s top cancer killer, but there’s a new type of lung cancer screening for people considered high-risk. The low-dose CT scan can detect lung cancer in the early stages, before symptoms arise. […]
Iowans now have what’s billed as a “game-changing” new tool in trying to beat a cancer killer that’s known for being stealthy and fast-moving. Melinda Thach, a volunteer with the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, says […]
While the public effort to help fund research on curing cancer is important, there are other efforts that are ongoing. The Action Network of the American Cancer Society continually works with all levels of government […]
Most of us may never experience this, but it actually happened to one local listener. She contracted cancer and became proactive to treating and healing herself from the disease. In the process, she gained a […]