Nancy Roth with the Kalona Historical Village joins us today to discuss their Fall Festival.
Today we talk about On His Path’s medical equipment drive and who it benefits with one of the non-profit’s volunteers Rick Fulton.
An open house is being held this evening at the old school building in West Chester, recently renamed the Community Center. In today’s program we discuss that historic building and the open house with Terri Hoffman, with West Chester Heritage Association, the group behind the building’s renovation.
Marc Knupp, who farms north of Washington, joins us to talk about this year’s growing season in today’s program.
For today’s program, we continue our discussion with Managing Director of Friends of Bunker Mill Bridge, Suzanne Micheau, and consultant, Julie Bowers. Today we’ll address the presentation they made to the Washington County Board of Supervisors meeting, and what they’ll be doing leading up to next week’s meeting.
For today’s program, we continue talking with Director of the Columbus Junction Development Center, Mallory Smith, about a Rental Housing Inspection Program passed last week by the City Council. We’ll discuss what the inspections that are planned, and the importance of such a program in a city like Columbus Junction.
For today’s program, we talk with Director of the Columbus Junction Development Center, Mallory Smith, about a Rental Housing Inspection Program passed last week by the City Council. We’ll discuss what the program entails, and the importance of such a program in a city like Columbus Junction.
Event Coordinator for the 3rd Annual Culinary Ride, Kris Estergaard, joins us for today’s program to discuss the upcoming bike ride, the stops they have planned, and what drew them to the Kalona area for this year’s route.
Fairfield Arts and Convention Center Executive Director Rustin Lippencott joins us for today’s program to discuss some of their upcoming performances.
Wellman City Administrator Nick Pacha joins us for today’s program to discuss the City Council’s decision to step-up the past due utility account policy, and the water tower maintenance currently underway.
For today’s program we’ll talk to Richard Gilmore, member of the Twisted Spokes Racing Club, about this weekend’s Iowa State Gravel Road Race in Richmond.
Jefferson County Board of Supervisors Chairman, Lee Dimmitt, joins us to discuss the Social Host Ordinance they recently passed.
Today, Ken Herington joins us to discuss a public forum being held tomorrow night. We’ll also talk about the appointment of a new councilmember and the hiring of a Parks and Recreation Superintendent.
For today’s program, Mike Vincent, who owns Wooden Wheel Vineyards with his wife Connie, talks about the history of their vineyard and the grape harvest that is currently underway.
Today, the Executive Director of Wayland based non-profit On His Path, Emily Ferguson joins us to discuss their 2nd Annual Fall Fair.
Today we talk with Scott Mellinger, President of the Washington County chapter of Pheasants Forever. We’ll discuss what their main goal is and how they accomplish it.
The Old Settler’s Picnic is being held this weekend at Walker Park in River Junction. Today, one of the organizers, Joan Morgan, joins us to discuss this year’s event and the history behind the Old Settler’s Picnic.