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Cancellations & Postponements for Thursday, June 11th, 2015 Dickinson County 4-H Horse practice at 6:30pm is cancelled. Spencer Aquatic Center…
This December marks what would have been the music legend's 100th birthday, but his hometown is starting the celebration early.
Senator Chuck Grassley talks about his thoughts and efforts on the cost of Iowa's colleges and universities.
Spencer, IA: (Jun 11, 2015) – The House of Representatives voted Wednesday evening to repeal mandatory country of origin labels…
Greg Lear gives more details on the 4th Annual Summer Prospect Spectacular Swine Show at the Clay County Fairgrounds in Spencer this Saturday and Sunday.
Bosses at Universal Studios are moving forward with a third installment in the hit musical franchise.
The sports hope to earn back the spot they lost after 2008.
Six exciting acts are set to perform on The Farmers Bank Stage at the 2015 Clay County Fair.
Additional details into a murder investigation in Emmet County have been released.
Work is underway on a new Obstetrics Unit at the Spencer Hospital.
The band's first album in four years, "How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful," debuted at No. 1.
Who you gonna call? The "Thor" star apparently.
The actor, known for playing Saruman in the popular "Lord of the Rings" triology, has died at the age of 93.
Arnolds Park Amusement Park will celebrate their 125th anniversary this Sunday with their 1st parade since 1997.
The latest conservation efforts include social media shame.
There are museums dedicated to puppetry, vacuums, and roller skating. Why not bobbleheads?
The massive manhunt for two inmates who escaped a maximum security prison continues, as the pair set a record for the longest jailbreak in New York history.
Uber is offering helicopter rides to the Tennessee music festival this weekend.