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Iowa lawmakers say they've made progress in determining how much to spend on the state's overall budget, including K-12 education.
A Spencer woman was named the Special Olympics of Iowa Coach of the Year on Thursday.
There will be no poultry shows at county fairs in Iowa in 2015 as the bird flu continues to infect birds.
Flags are to be flown at half staff on two separate occaisons next week.
Spencer's recent Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive was up substantially from last year.
The bird flu has led to a number of road closures in the listening area.
Arnold’s Park, IA (KICD)– The Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association (IRRMA) announces a “Beach Blast Off” concert. Andrea Weisenmeyer…
Workers in a chicken barn under quarantine become ill.
Volunteers are needed to assist with Spencer's Avenue of Flags.
As lawmakers struggle to resolve the state budget, a new conflict has sprung up about how much new money to give schools in the 2016-2017 school year.
It would be legal to sell and set off fireworks in Iowa if a bill that cleared the Iowa House last night becomes law.
A public meeting highlighting the 2015 PCC Paving Project in Spencer is slated for this evening.
An aquatic plant that has been in the area since the early 1900's is surging in the Iowa Great Lakes region.
Tickets will go on sale Thursday, June 4th at 10:00 a.m...
A new conflict has sprung up about how much new money to give schools...
A retirement reception for four Spencer School District employees is slated for Thursday.
An Estherville native is set to compete in a worldwide gliding competition.
A Wallingford man faces charges after lying to authorities...
The Trustees of Iowa Lakes Community College met in Spirit Lake Tuesday afternoon.
The Spencer City Council this week approved a proposal for a city hall Preliminary Design Study/Renovation Master Plan.