For today’s program, we continue our conversation with Melanie DeVore, organizer of this weekend’s Swinging Bridge Festival in Columbus Junction.
Today, the first half of a conversation with organizer of the new Swinging Bridge Festival in Columbus Junction, Melanie DeVore.
Founder and President of English River Outfitters, Chuck Geertz, joins us for today’s program to discuss the non-profit and a carnival fundraiser planned for this weekend.
For today’s program, lead organizer of Keota Fun Days, Andy Conrad, joins us to discuss this weekend’s celebration.
For today’s program, we discuss the proposed Partners in Reading Park in Kalona with Kalona Library Director, Ann Skaden.
For today’s program, we discuss the Fern Cliff Evengelical Free Church’s 60th Anniversary with Pastor Bob Spilger.
For today’s program, we discuss the planned improvements to the West Drainage Ditch in Kalona with City Administrator, Ryan Schlabaugh.
Today, we continue our discussion with former director of Camp REECE, Mike Murphy, who is working to build a director’s cabin at the Lake Darling Youth Center in honor of one of the camp’s founders, who passed away earlier this year.
We begin a conversation with Mike Murphy today regarding Camp REECE and an effort currently underway to memorialize a long time camp director who recently passed away.
For today’s program, we get a progress update on the Sigourney Town Square Park, with chair of the committee, Jeff Johnson.
For today’s program, the second half of a conversation with Doris Park, who’s currently working on a bust of ‘Ding’ Darling. We’ll also get an update on the progress being made by the Friends of Bunker Mill Bridge committees.
For today’s program, we start a conversation with Doris Park about a bust she’s working on of Jay N. Ding Darling, the man Lake Darling is named after.
For today’s program, Bereavement Counsleler at Iowa City Hospice, Donita Hersen, joins us to discuss their bereavement luncheons, which are held in Kalona every other month.
For today’s program, we go over a few upcoming projects in Kalona with City Administrator Ryan Schlabaugh.
For today’s program, we talk to Washington County Attorney Larry Brock, who is seeking reelection, ahead of June’s Republican primary where he’ll face Shawn Showers.
Now that the school year is coming to a close, we get WACO Superintendent Darrel Smith’s opinion on how their first year with a four day school week went.
For today’s program, we discuss Mid-Prairie’s bond issue with Superintendent Mark Schneider and School Board President Jim Hussey.
Today, the first half of a conversation regarding the construction at Lake Darling State Park with President of Friends of Lake Darling, Fay Vittetoe.
For today’s program, we discuss bike safety with Washington County Public Health Nurse, Lynn Fisher.