On today’s Washington Page, KCII spoke with Washington Economic Development Group Director Ed Raber about the upcoming laborshed meeting.
Today we talk about the Safe Routes to School Grant with Lincoln Elementary Principal, Dave Hoffman.
FFA Advisor and Agricultural Education Instructor at Washington High School, Duane Van Winkle talks about how Washington celebrates FFA Week
Pastor Harald Gruber joins us to talk about upcoming events at Faith Baptist Church.
Today we talk with WeatherEye Meteorologist Jennifer Wojcicky about the potential for snow, strong winds and ice this week.
Lynn Fisher, co-chair of the Washington County Obesity Prevention Task Force, talks about the Healthy Community Coalition Showcase held last week in Washington.
Aimee Enfield joins us today to talk about the Fabulous Formal Sale being held in Washington this weekend.
Washington Choral Society Director Mike Jewell talks about tomorrows “An Evening of Love” concert.
Washington County Sheriff Jerry Dunbar goes over safety precautions that are taken at the Washington County Courthouse.
Today Erin Rugg, with the Washington County Obesity Prevention Task Force, talks about the Live Healthy Iowa 10 Week Wellness Challenge designed for kids.
Today, Pastor Maureen Howard with Immanuel Lutheran in Washington joins us to talk about the season of Lent.
Today we hear a brief overview from fair board member Don Lewis about a new round barn at the Washington County Fairgrounds.
Washington Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Michelle Peiffer joins us to talk about Tuesday’s tourism meeting.
Today, Edie Nebel updates us on how the first week of Live Healthy Iowa’s 10 Week Wellness Challenge went in Washington County.
Washington High School teacher Cindy Kennedy talks about a fundraiser this evening that is a duel effort of Relay for Life and the Mini-Dance Marathon.
Today we talk with Author of C Through Marriage, Jim Hughes, who held a book signing in downtown Washington this past weekend.
Washington Library Director Debbie Stanton stops by to chat about Fiber Arts February.