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Tuesday, November 19, 201311/19/2013

November 19th News

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November 19th News

Monday, November 18, 201311/18/2013

FOODIE FRIDAY 10/15/13

Chef Adam Hunt from Gary’s on the River explains his creative process to George Bower.

Monday, November 18, 201311/18/2013

November 18th News

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November 18th News

Friday, November 15, 201311/15/2013

November 15th News

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November 15th News

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Friday, November 15, 201311/15/2013

Iowa Cattleman’s Challenge for SD

In Farm

Dal Grooms of the Iowa Cattleman’s Association tells about the fundraiser for South Dakota ranchers.

Thursday, November 14, 201311/14/2013

November 14th News

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November 14th News

Thursday, November 14, 201311/14/2013

40th Anniversary of the Gitchie Manitou Murders

George Bower visits with Spirit Lake Attorney Jim Ladegaard, who was court-appointed to represent one of the murderers.

Thursday, November 14, 201311/14/2013

Iowa History Journal

George Bower visits about the November issue of Iowa History Journal with publisher Mike Chapman

Wednesday, November 13, 201311/13/2013

November 13th News

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November 13th News

Wednesday, November 13, 201311/13/2013

Long-time Chamber Director announces his Retirement

George Bower was at last night’s annual Iowa Great Lakes Chamber banquet and visited with Tom Kuhlman.

Local Headlines

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Spencer High School Principal Reflects on Graduating Class

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Principal Elli Wiemers tells KICD News about the legacy of Spencer High School Class of 2015...

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Bicyclist Struck

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A Sioux Center man is injured after being struck by a vehicle while riding a bike.

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Avian Influenza Friday

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Another probable case of Avian Influenza is found in northwest Iowa.

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Iowa Egg Production

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Iowa egg production for April fell 8 percent from the month before and 4 percent from a year ago as the bird flu claimed millions of egg-laying hens.

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Budget Debate

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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.