For today’s program, we’re joined by Mike Vincent, Owner of Wooden Wheel Vineyards and Winery.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Washington County farmer Jim Cuddeback. We’ll discuss his preparations for the planting season and the progress he’s made with his planting.
For today’s program, District Conservationist for Washington County, Tony Maxwell, joins us to discuss what’s been done so far and what’s planned for the West Fork Crooked Creek Water Quality and Soil Health Initiative.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Mid-Prairie School District Superintendent, Mark Schneider. We’ll discuss the recent announcement that the district won the Live Healthy Iowa K-12 Cup Challenge.
For today’s program, we begin a discussion with Brighton United Church Pastor Rick Zickefoose regarding Fellowship at Brighton.
For today’s In Touch, Kalona Public Library Director, Ann Skaden, joins us to discuss the proposed Partners in Reading Park.
Washington County 911 Supervisor, Cara Sorrells, joins us for today’s program to discuss being a dispatcher during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.
For today’s program, Director of West Chester First Responders, Vicky Fisher, joins us to discuss being a first responder, and what the proceeds from their breakfast held this past weekend will go towards.
Today, we continue our conversation with Richard Gilmore, promoter of this weekend’s State Gravel Road Race being held in Washington County.
For today’s program, we’re joined by Richard Gilmore, the promoter and organizer of this weekend’s State Gravel Road Race being held south of Richmond. In the first half of our conversation, we’ll focus on Gilmore’s career as a competitive cyclist, the training involved, and the Twisted Spokes Racing club.
For today’s program, Superintendent of WACO School District, Darrell Smith, joins us to discuss the results of an evaluation conducted by the Iowa Department of Education.
Ron Wehr, owner of Wehr Honey Farm, joins us for today’s program to discuss the impact the cold start to spring has had on foraging and the amount of bees they lost over the winter.
For today’s program, Assistant Scout Master for Kalona Boy Scout Troop 234, Kevin Kromer, joins us to discuss a trip they’re taking to the Effigy Mounds this summer.
For today’s program, Crawfordsville Community Club President and member of Crawfordsville EMS, Sonya Love -Smith, joins us to discuss this weekend’s breakfast fundraiser and egg hunt.
For today’s program, Superintendent of Mid-Prairie School District, Mark Schneider, joins us to discuss the bond issue that was approved by voters on Tuesday and what their next step is.
For today’s program, we continue our conversation with Iowa Department of Natural Resources Fisheries Biologist, Chad Dolan, regarding the fish they plan to stock in Lake Darling and why they selected those specific species.
Fisheries Biologist with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Chad Dolan, joins us for today’s program. We’ll discuss the kind of fish Lake Darling held before the restoration and what the DNR will be stocking the lake with this spring.