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AM-1300 KGLO and Corporate Farmer of Mason City as we take a bus trip to watch some Iowa Hawkeyes football! Iowa takes on Michigan at Kinnick Stadium on Saturday, November 12th and you can be there to see the action!... Read more

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  • More north-central Iowa counties declared disaster areas, Branstad/Reynolds to visit Charles City, Greene today September 26, 2016
    DES MOINES — Governor Terry Branstad has declared four more north-central Iowa counties disaster areas due to flooding and Branstad says it’s “likely” damage to PUBLIC facilities will reach levels that qualify for FEDERAL disaster assistance. There are no STATE highways underwater, but local roads are. “I would say we saw firsthand in Butler County
  • North-central Iowa moving from flooding to flood clean-up September 26, 2016
    CHARLES CITY — North-central Iowa for the most part is moving from dealing with flooding to flood recovery. In Charles City, the Cedar River went below flood stage early this morning. City Administrator Steven Diers also had good news Sunday afternoon about the city’s wastewater treatment plant. He says things are returning back to normal.
  • Branstad declares disaster emergency in 13 counties, including four counties in north-central Iowa September 26, 2016
    CEDAR RAPIDS — Governor Terry Branstad deployed the National Guard to respond to flooding in 13 Iowa counties and prepare for future flooding downriver. “We just have to deal with whatever situation comes our way,” Branstad told reporters. “We need to be as well-prepared and in a situation like this in major cities like Waterloo
  • Plenty of water quality talk likely; action less likely September 26, 2016
    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – Some of Iowa’s most powerful interest groups along with environmental organizations are backing efforts to clean up the state’s waterways, but there isn’t unity about how to take action on an issue that has frustrated lawmakers in the past. The proposals present a challenge for the split Iowa Legislature to
  • 31% of Iowa soybeans fed to pigs according to new survey September 26, 2016
    DES MOINES — An analysis of how Iowa’s soybean production is utilized finds that nearly one of every four rows of soybeans is fed to the more than 38 million pigs raised annually in the state. Aaron Putze is director of communications for the Iowa Soybean Association (ISA), which conducted the study.  “I can’t say

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