For today’s program, we’re joined by Kelly Rundle to discuss the award winning documentaries he and his wife, Tammy, produced that focus on the Ioway, the Native Americans that inhabited what’s now known as Iowa prior to European settlement.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Jenny Thrapp, director of the Kalona Chamber of Commerce, to discuss a project they’re working on with the city meant to attract visitors to the town’s businesses.
For today’s program, the second half of our series focused on the pipeline a subsidiary of Texas corporation Energy Transfer Partners plans to build that would bring oil from North Dakota to Illinois. The pipeline’s proposed route cuts through Iowa, including portions of Iowa House District 78. In part two, we’re joined by Jarad Klein, State Representative for House District 78, to go over the potential benefits and the way the company plans to aquire land for the pipeline.
For today’s program, we begin a two part series focused on the pipeline a subsidiary of Texas corporation Energy Transfer Partners plans to build that would bring oil from North Dakota to Illinois. The pipeline’s proposed route cuts through Iowa and many counties in the southeast region. In part one, we’re joined by an individual who opposes the construction of the pipeline, former Democratic state representative Ed Fallon. Tomorrow, we’ll talk to current representative for Iowa House District 78, Republican Jarad Klein, about the benefits of the pipeline.
For today’s program, we’re joined by John Heisdorffer to discuss his visit to Washington D.C. and his experience at the Commodity Classic. Heisdorffer is farms in Keokuk County and is a member of the American Soybean Association Board of Directors.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Washington County naturalist Pam Holz to discuss the STEM Wonders series she’s holding at the Marr Park Conservation Education Center.
For today’s program, we discuss Mid-Prairie’s upcoming bond issue with the district’s business manager, Jeff Swartzentruber.
For today’s program, we discuss what fishing will be like at Lake Darling this year and next year with Chad Dolan, Iowa Department of Natural Resources fisheries biologist stationed at Lake Darling.
In this special Saturday edition of In Touch with Southeast Iowa, we talk to Jim Weider, guitarist for The Band between 1985 and 1999. His new band, The Weight, features artists that were members of or worked with The Band. The five-piece ensemble is performing at the Englert Theatre in Iowa City this evening.
For today’s program, we’re joined by president of the Olds Lions Club, Fred Roth, to discuss what they do, how to get involved. We will also talk about an event they’re hosting tonight with a member of the Iowa Hawkeye Athletic Department.
For today’s program, we get an update the replacement of the Skunk River Bridge on Highway 1 with Jason Huddle, field services coordinator with the Iowa Department of Transportation.
For today’s program, we discuss the Iowa Deer Classic with show producer John Bunge.
For today’s program, we discuss an Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity project in Kalona with Mark Patton, executive director of the organization.
For today’s program, we discuss Trek Fest, Captain Kirk’s birthday, and the passing of Leonard Nimoy with Ken McKracken. McKracken is serving as president of the Riverside Area Community Club, the group that organizes the city’s annual Star Trek celebration.
For today’s program, we discuss allowable growth and the closing of the Mental Health Institutes in Mount Pleasant and Clarinda with Dave Heaton, State Representative for House District 84.
For today’s program, we begin a conversation focused on WACO High School’s newest sports team with head coach Tom McNamar.