Today, the rest of our discussion with Friends of Lake Darling President Faye Vittetoe regarding a bus trip they’ve planned to the grand opening of the Jay N. ‘Ding’ Darling exhibit at the Herbert Hoover Museum.
Today, President of Friends of Lake Darling, Faye Vittetoe, joins us to discuss the opening the Jay N. ‘Ding’ Darling exhibit at the Herbert Hoover Museum, and the bus trip they’ve planned for the grand opening.
For today’s program, Mallory Smith, Director of the Columbus Junction Community Development Center, joins us to discuss the rental housing inspection program, and when the first round of inspections will be held.
For today’s program, Mid-Prairie School District Superintendent joins us to discuss their spring bond referendum, and a meeting of rural school district superintendents and school board presidents he’ll be attending this weekend.
Today, we’re joined by Executive Director of the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center, Rustin Lippencott. He’ll fill us in on what they have planned for this weekend, and the rest of the month.
For today’s program, Mid-Prairie School Board President Jim Hussey joins us to discuss the projects the school board has chosen to be funded by a spring bond issue.
For today’s program, Trees Forever Horticulturist Patty Peterson about tomorrow’s emerald ash borer informational meeting in Brighton.
Executive Director of Louisa County Conservation Katie Hammond joins us for today’s program to discuss the 2nd Annual Wild Game Feed, which is taking place tomorrow.
For today’s program, Kalona City Administrator Ryan Schlabaugh joins us to discuss a vacancy on the City’s TIF board and where talks are at with Mid-Prairie School District regarding a shared facility.
Tom Miller, Swine Specialist with Iowa State University Extension, joins us for today’s program to discuss livestock safety in extreme cold.
Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz joins us for today’s program to discuss the presentations he gave at WACO High School and Keota High School as part of the Rock Iowa program.
CEO of Washington County Hospital and Clinics, Dennis Hunger, joins us for today’s program to discuss Iowa’s mental health reform.
For today’s program, we go over the biggest new stories from the fourth quarter of 2013.
For today’s program, we go over the biggest new stories from the third quarter of 2013.
For today’s program, we go over the biggest new stories from the second first quarter of 2013.
For today’s program, we go over the biggest new stories from the first quarter of 2013.
District Conservationist for Washington County, Tony Maxwell, joins us today to discuss a grant Washington County Soil & Water Conservation District and their partners received for the West Fork Crooked Creek Water Quality and Soil Health Initiative.
For today’s program, WACO Schools Superintendent Darrell Smith joins us to discuss the partnership the District is attempting to establish with Wayland, Olds and Crawfordsville.
For today’s program, Brighton City Administrator Chris Davies joins us to discuss a proposal to nickname Highway 78 the J.N. Ding Darling Memorial Highway that was recently considered by the City Council.
For today’s program, we discuss the Bunker Mill Bridge restoration with Nels Raynor, owner of the company chosen to do the restoration, Bach Steel.