It's hard to believe it's been over 25 years since I started delivering the news at KOEL-AM! We have seen and heard a lot of changes over that time. Many friendly voices/faces have come and gone. And on a personal note, for my wife and I, it has been nearly 40 years of wedded bliss, both of our daughters are grown and gone, and the family continues to evolve. And I still take a little time each year to play tennis, take pictures (most of them during our vacation, to scenic midwest destinations), cheer on the Packers, watch a few movies, and attend an occassional rock concert with my best friend: my wife! Thanks to all of you faithful listeners over the years; I hope to be your morning (radio) companion for years to come!
Jesup Man Gets 10-Year Prison Term For Sexual Contact With Child
A Buchanan County District Court judge passed the sentence on Tuesday.
Driver in Iowa Spends the Night in a Corn Field
One Northeast Iowa driver had to spend his night in a cornfield, after he crashed his car.
New Hampton Man Jailed After Gas Station Incident
A New Hampton man who cause a disturbance at an Elgin gas station, has been jailed on numerous charges.
Arrests Made In Oelwein Chamber Break-in
Oelwein police have taken two people into custody, for allegedly burglarizing the Oelwein Chamber and Area Development office.
Father, Daughter Charged In Fayette County Disturbance
A man and his daughter have been arrested after deputies were dispatched to a disturbance at a home in Elgin Thursday night.
Man Arrested for Climbing Water Tower and Shedding His Clothing
A Northeast Iowa man climbs a water tower and strips off all of his clothing, after his pickup caught on fire.
Clermont Man Arrested For Making Counterfeit Money
An investigation by the Fayette County Sheriff has turned up a phony money making operation in Clermont.
Missing West Union Teen Found
Northeast Iowa authorities were asking for help in locating a missing West Union teenager.
Five Arrested for Theft of Puppies from Nature Center
Arrests made in theft of puppies from a Fayette County nature center.
Numerous Dogs and Cats, Living and Dead, Found in Home
Over a dozen living animals, as well as numerous dead dogs and cats, found in Sumner home.