We’re joined by Superintendent of WACO School District, Darrel Smith, for today’s program. We’ll focus on a project the school board agreed to move forward with at this week’s meeting.
For today’s program, we discuss the formation of the United Christian and Baptist Church in Kalona with member Steve Reif. The church celebrated 125 years as a Baptist church this past weekend.
For today’s program, Kalona City Administrator Ryan Schlabaugh joins us to go over how they’re going to proceed with plans to reduce the impact of flooding on the city.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Jon Nania, with the United States Geological Survey Iowa Water Science Center, to discuss the importance of river gages.
For today’s program, we discuss Iowa Private College Week with admissions director at Iowa Wesleyan College, Josh Kite.
For today’s program, we get an update on Mid-Prairie School District projects from superintendent Mark Schneider.
For today’s program, we’ discuss National Night Out with Sigourney Administrative Assistant Mallory Snakenberg.
For today’s program, Joel Garretson joins us to talk about a home that’s been in his family since it was built, and its consideration for placement on the National Register of Historic Places
For today’s program, we’re joined by one of the youth group leaders at the Sigourney United Methodist Church, Jaci Jarmes, about a mission trip they’re leaving for tomorrow.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Kalona resident and organizer of the Fallen Officers Memorial Race, Warren Ropp.
For today’s program, a collection of comments recorded at last week’s reopening ribbon cutting for Lake Darling State Park.
For today’s program, we’re joined by local historian Michael Zahs to discuss this weekend’s Brinton Film Festival in Ainsworth.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Larry Sanders, one of the individuals involved with the effort to install a new veterans memorial in Keota.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Kalona City Administrator Ryan Schlabaugh to discuss possible reimbursement for damage caused by flooding this month, and also the possible grant funding for flood mitigation.
For today’s program, we’re joined by vice president of the Louisa County Fair Board , Tony Humiston.
For today’s program, we discuss Chief Wapello Days with event chair Jenna Kuntz.
For today’s program, we discuss the relatively cool weather we’ve experienced this week with Meteorologist Ray Miller.