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Snowfall amounts vary from Tuesday's storm

The season’s first snowstorm is over and it left plenty of the white stuff behind.  Snowfall totals from Tuesday (12/29) range from an inch and a half in Albia, two inches in Montezuma, and four…
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Winter Storm Warning for region

The season’s first major snowstorm is on its way.  A Winter Storm Warning goes into effect starting at 9am Tuesday (12/29) through 6pm Wednesday (12/30) for the No Coast Network listening area.  The National Weather…
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Music City Bowl is canceled

BY TODD KIMM RADIO IOWA - The Music City Bowl has announced that Wednesday’s game between Iowa and Missouri has ben canceled. The move comes after a rise in COVID-19 cases in the Mizzou program. “I…
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No winners since September, Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots both above $320 million

BY O. KAY HENDERSON The jackpots for the Powerball and Mega Millions lottery drawings both exceed $300 million and Iowa Lottery spokesperson Mary Neubauer says that’s a rarity. “Neither one of these jackpots are anywhere near…
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Reynolds says it’s too soon to consider using state reserves

BY O. KAY HENDERSON The start of the 2021 Iowa legislative session is less than three weeks away, but Governor Kim Reynolds says it may be far longer before officials sort out how much more the…
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North Mahaska schools closed because of COVID-19

Christmas vacation is starting early in the North Mahaska School District.  There will not be school in North Mahaska Monday (12/21) or Tuesday (12/22) because of coronavirus issues.  North Mahaska Superintendent Angela Livezey released a…
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Ottumwa man paroled after 1994 murder

An Ottumwa man who was 16 in 1994 when he fatally shot a 15-year-old classmate after the two argued over a girl has been granted parole. The Iowa Board of Parole has decided to release…
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Some coronavirus restrictions lifted

Iowa restaurants and bars may return to normal business hours but patrons must still wear masks when not seated for eating or drinking, and groups must be at least six feet from one another, according…
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Siblings accused of elder abuse in mother's death

A brother and sister from Newton are accused of abusing a dependent adult after their 76-year-old mother was found living in poor conditions.  This began July 20 when paramedics were called to a Newton residence…
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Gov. Reynolds returns $21 million in misspent federal aid to state’s Coronavirus Relief Fund

The state of Iowa is returning $21 million of federal coronavirus aid money it planned to spend on upgrading state information technology systems, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds said Monday (12/14). Reynolds said in a statement…
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