For today’s program, we discuss Iowa’s 2015 legislative session with State Representative for House District 78, Jarad Klein.
For today’s program, we’re joined by director of Henry County Animal Rescue, Gary Ruth, to discuss their search for two missing dogs believed to have been stuck on an island in the Mississippi River.
For today’s program, we discuss the Iowa’s 2015 Legislative Session with Dave Heaton, State Representative for House District 84.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Columbus Community School District Superintendent, Marlene Johnson, to discuss plans for addressing the district’s negative spending, a possible sharing agreement with Harmony School District, and her resignation.
For today’s program, we discuss the 3rd Annual Wild Game Feed with Katie Hammond, Executive Director of Louisa County Conservation.
Last week, Washington County Conservation Director, Steve Anderson, warned that ice on local ponds was not yet thick enough to support anglers. In today’s program, Anderson joins us to share whether or not that’s still the case.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Steve Hollan, Mid-Prairie Athletic Director, to discuss a multipurpose practice facility that’s in the works.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Washington County Environmental Health Director Jennine Wolf to discuss radon and the importance of testing your home for the gas.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Public Health Inspector with Washington County Environmental Health, Jason Taylor, to discuss their free well water testing.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Washington County author, Thomas Nye. In the first portion of our conversation, we’ll go over what led him to write his first novel, and what he had to do to get it published.
For today’s program, we’re joined by pastor at Brighton United Church, Rick Zickefoose, to discuss their Christmas & New Years Party they’re holding at the Lake Darling Lodge on Sunday.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Darrell Smith, superintendent of WACO Schools, to discuss their solar project, when the expected completion date is, and how much they expects to save on their energy costs.
For today’s program, Kalona City Administrator Ryan Schlabaugh joins us to discuss renovations at the Kalona Community Center, an essay contest and a Habitat for Humanity project.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Brittney Tiller, naturalist with Louisa County Conservation, to discuss camps she’s holding over winter break. We’ll also go over some of the activities she has planned for 2015.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Kalona City Administrator, Ryan Schlabaugh. We’ll discuss a new floodplain map FEMA recently adopted and the renovation of the Kalona Community Center.