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Monday April 12th Local Sports
Sports News
  • Twins drop series finale to White Sox
  • Twins get ready to open up Target Field for first time in regular season
  • NIACC baseball team drops three of four at Southeastern
  • NIACC softball team wins five of six games over the weekend
  • Des Moines prepares to bid for NCAA basketball games


TODAY:
AM-1490 KRIB --- Minnesota Twins vs. Boston --- 3:05

News Posted by fisher on Monday, April 12
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Ray named as Band Festival Grand Marshal
The North Iowa Band Festival announced that a longtime community member would be the grand marshal of the 2010 parade. Bob Ray hosts a big band radio show every Saturday night and has been very active in the community and in Band Festival. Ray says he was shocked by the announcement.Ray will lead the 72nd annual Band Festival Parade. This year’s theme is “Rockin’ River City”. You can find out more information about Ray being honored as the grand marshal and this year’s Band Festival by clicking here to take you to the North Iowa Band Festival website. 


To listen to a portion of the press conference, click here
News Posted by fisher on Friday, April 09
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IT'S SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN IOWA
KGLO Special
It's Severe Weather Awareness Week in the state of Iowa. For more information about things you need to remember, click on this link


Each day on the "Midday Report" on AM-1300 KGLO this past week, News Director Bob Fisher talked with Jeff Johnson, the warning coordination meteorologist with the National Weather Service office in Johnston. If you missed those conversations, you can click below to listen back:


Monday's interview, topic "Flooding" --- click here to listen
Tuesday's interview, topic "Warning Reception" --- click here to listen
Wednesday's interview, topic "Tornadoes" --- click here to listen
Thursday's interview, topic "Severe Thunderstorms --- click here to listen
Friday's interview, topic "Family Preparedness" --- click here to listen
News Posted by fisher on Friday, April 09
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Weekend Update
Daily News
  • Regional Flood Risk Management Team meets for first time
  • DNR to decide whether to refer manure discharge case to Attorney General for prosecution
  • State audit finds twice as many people as expected enrolled in low-income health care program
  • Tax deadline next week, IRS wants Iowans to make sure they get every tax break they deserve
  • Canadian convenience store company makes offer to buy Casey' General Stores
News Posted by fisher on Friday, April 09
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Friday April 9th Local News
Daily News
  • Iowa Egg Council/Poultry Association executive director says they'll investigate chicken abuse claims
  • GOP gubernatorial candidates tangle about gay marriage
  • Culver signs law on corporate contributions to state candidates
  • Iowa ranks second in wind energy capacity
  • Storm damage in Grinnell area
  • Mason City council approves first reading of ATV ordinance changes
  • Charles City, Iowa City have new ordinances to control youth behavior
  • News Posted by fisher on Friday, April 09
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    Friday April 9th Local Sports
    Sports News
    • Harris, Thome sock homers in Twins win over Angels
    • NIACC softball drops home-opening doubleheader
    • Clear Lake's Faber wins four events, Algona wins team title at Lions Earlybird
    • Lolo Jones to run at Drake Relays
    • UNI wrestling coach Penrith fired
    • ISU's Lacey selected in WNBA draft first round
    News Posted by fisher on Friday, April 09
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    Thursday afternoon update
    Daily News
    • Iowa Egg Council/Poultry Association executive director says they'll investigate chicken abuse claims
    • GOP gubernatorial candidates tangle about gay marriage
    • Iowa ranks second in wind energy capacity
    • Mason City council approves first reading of ATV ordinance changes
    • Charles City, Iowa City have new ordinances to control youth behavior
    News Posted by fisher on Thursday, April 08
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    Thursday April 8th Local News
    Daily News
    • Mason City councilperson confirms investigation underway into employee insubordination after Weaver reads e-mail at council meeting
    • Humane Society of US shows video of what they call "appalling abuses" at factory egg farms
    • Criminal complaints filed against legislator, eight others in UNI Price Lab investigation
    • First GOP gubernatorial debate held
    • Former Iowa Film Office director says several people to blame for tax-credit scandal
    News Posted by fisher on Thursday, April 08
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    Thursday April 8th Local Sports
    Sports News
    • Pavano has strong outing, Morneau and Hardy sock homers in Twins win
    • Hall of Famer Sandberg ready to take over Iowa Cubs
    • Iowa football team will play game in Soldier Field in 2012
    • UNI football team going through spring drills with shorthanded coaching staff
    News Posted by fisher on Thursday, April 08
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    Wednesday afternoon update
    Daily News
    • Mason City councilperson confirms investigation underway into employee insubordination after Weaver reads e-mail at council meeting
    • Former head of Iowa Film Office doesn't deny making mistakes, but says others to blame too
    • Vander Plaats says he wants to make Iowa "start-up capital of world"
    • National Guard starts town hall meetings to talk about deployment
    • Experts say more wind energy industry jobs on the horizon
    News Posted by fisher on Wednesday, April 07
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    Wednesday April 7th Local News
    Daily News
    • Concepcion trial moved to Webster City, starts May 4
    • DCI investigating alleged illegal gambling at Mason City tavern
    • Mason City woman jailed on theft, forgery charges
    • Mason City council approves workshop session to discuss multi-purpose center
    • Cerro Gordo supervisors look into selling former jail annex

     

    News Posted by fisher on Wednesday, April 07
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    Wednesday April 7th Local Sports
    Sports News
    • Twins sock three homers, pick up first win of the season
    • Newman, Clear Lake girls golfers start same way as they did in 2009 --- Knights need tiebreaker to beat Lions
    • Cyclone women guard Williams to transfer
    • ISU running back Robinson counting on offense to be more productive during 2010 season
    News Posted by fisher on Wednesday, April 07
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    Tuesday afternoon update
    Daily News
    • Cerro Gordo supervisors to hold public hearing on possible sale of former jail annex
    • Mason City council to discuss changes in ATV ordinance
    • Early morning Mason City house fire called suspicious
    • DHS offices in Winnebago, Wright, Kossuth counties to be converted to part-time
    News Posted by fisher on Tuesday, April 06
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    Tuesday April 6th Local News
    Daily News
    • Klemesrud named new Floyd County attorney
    • Cerro Gordo supervisors will look at offer for old jail annex building
    • Department of Education director to retire
    • Branstad rolls out plans for creating new jobs
    News Posted by fisher on Tuesday, April 06
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    Tuesday April 6th Local Sports
    Sports News
    • Matsui leads Angels past Twins in opener
    • Puckett statue to be unveiled before Target Field opener next Monday
    • Wild drop game at Edmonton
    • Derby getting early start with Hawkeye football team
    • Clear Lake splits in soccer with Aplington-Parkersburg/Grundy Center
    News Posted by fisher on Tuesday, April 06
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    Monday afternoon update
    Daily News
    • Rocky weather may start Severe Weather Awareness Week
    • Four school districts voting on approving LOST revenue purpose statements
    • Gronstal defends legislature stepping into DNR personnel dispute
    • People saving more for retirement
    News Posted by fisher on Monday, April 05
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    Monday April 5th Local News
    Daily News
    • Mason City man taken into custody after standoff
    • It's Severe Weather Awareness Week in Iowa
    • Head of Iowa State Patrol doesn't expect troopers to issue many texting while driving tickets
    • Grassley wraps up north-central Iowa portion of town hall meetings today
    • First & only ISU grad to see Earth from orbit make second trip to outer space
    News Posted by fisher on Monday, April 05
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    Monday April 5th Local Sports
    Sports News
    • Mauer socks homer in pre-season finale for Twins
    • Jones hopes to make it back to Twins during regular season
    • NIACC baseball team picks up two wins at Metrodome
    • UNI hoping for more games against high profile non-conference opponents in future
    • Iowa State football team hopes to build on success of last year

    TONIGHT ON AM-1300 KGLO:

    = NCAA men's basketball championship game --- Butler vs. Duke --- pre-game 7:00, tip 8:20
    = Minnesota Twins at Los Angeles Angels --- game joined in progress after NCAA basketball

    News Posted by fisher on Monday, April 05
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    Weekend Update
    Daily News
    • Economic numbers look good according to latest survey
    • Gas prices highest in Iowa in nearly a year and a half
    • Grassley applauds Obama decision to expand off-shore drilling
    • Start of April means you have about four weeks to file state tax returns
    • DNR releases two new specialty license plates
    News Posted by fisher on Friday, April 02
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    Friday April 2nd Local News
    Daily News
    • State smoking ban upheld in district court decision
    • Texting while driving ban signed into law
    • FBI says Culver one of several governors targeted by extremist group
    • Grassley reflects a year after healthcare town hall meeting about passage of bill
    • Grenades show up at antiques event
    • Hampton incentive program working
    News Posted by fisher on Friday, April 02
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    Friday April 2nd Local Sports
    Sports News
    • Twins head north after dropping final game in Florida
    • NIACC splits baseball doubleheader with Marshalltown
    • Faber picks up four wins at Algona Earlybird
    • Iowa State's Lacey invited to WNBA draft
    • Iowa Barnstormers back in top Arena Football League level, open season tonight

    THIS WEEKEND ON AM-1300 KGLO:

    = Friday
    4:40 --- Minnesota Twins vs. St. Louis


    = Saturday
    12:40 --- Minnesota Twins vs. St. Louis
    After Twins --- Westwood One coverage of NCAA Men's Final Four


    = Sunday
    5:45 --- NCAA Women's Final Four

    News Posted by fisher on Friday, April 02
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    Thursday afternoon update
    Daily News
    • Grassley reflects a year after healthcare town hall meeting about passage of bill
    • Gambling opponents critical of Culver taking casino campaign contributions
    • Labor leaders unhappy with 2010 legislative session
    • Warmer weather means start to road construction season
    • Cross Walk to commemorate Good Friday planned for Mason City tomorrow
    News Posted by fisher on Thursday, April 01
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    Thursday April 1st Local News
    Daily News
    • Nora Springs man dead after rear-ending school bus
    • Grandon, Martin will not seek re-election for county positions
    • Culver praises Democrat legislative leaders for blocking gay marriage ban vote
    • Farmers to plant record soybean crop
    News Posted by fisher on Thursday, April 01
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    Thursday April 1st Local Sports
    Sports News
    • Ames' Barnes scores 18 points to lead West in McDonald's All-Star game
    • UNI loses key seniors, but "Sweet Sixteen" run should help recruiting efforts
    • Plenty of experience on Drake football team
    • Twins split in split-squad games, Span hits mother with foul ball
    News Posted by fisher on Thursday, April 01
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    Wednesday afternoon update
    Daily News
    • Former north-central Iowa couple coping with abuse of five-month-old, babysitter arrested
    • Steckman says regional commerce center will help north-central Iowa --- click on story to listen to Steckman's comments from "Ask the Mayor" program
    • Iowa Student Loan rolling with changes in federal student loan laws
    • Hybrid school buses show promise in study
    • Lead paint still a danger to Iowans
    News Posted by fisher on Wednesday, March 31
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    Wednesday March 31st Local News
    Daily News
    • Former Belmond man accused of Ohio murder
    • Belmond-Klemme softball/volleyball coach pleads not guilty to sexual exploitation
    • Legislature wraps up 2010 session
    • Grassley schedules local town hall meetings
    • Property taxes due today
    News Posted by fisher on Wednesday, March 31
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    Wednesday March 31st Local Sports
    Sports News
    • Jacobson reflects on UNI's season
    • McCaffery's first task as new Iowa coach --- re-recruit current players
    • Ferentz likes depth at running back spot
    • Liriano locks up final spot in Twins rotation
    • Twins stop selling most season tickets
    News Posted by fisher on Wednesday, March 31
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    Tuesday afternoon update
    Daily News
    • Belmond-Klemme coach pleads not guilty to sexual exploitation charge
    • Ragan calls 2010 legislative session a successful one
    • North Iowa Fair Board continues to grapple with selling land
    • Property taxes due tomorrow
    • Grassley sets town hall meetings in north-central Iowa this week
    News Posted by fisher on Tuesday, March 30
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    BREAKING --- Barrus enters not guilty plea, waives hearing
    Breaking News 10:49 AM, Tuesday, March 30
    by Robert Fisher, News Director

    BELMOND --- The Belmond-Klemme softball and volleyball coach accused of sexual exploitation by a school employee has waived her preliminary hearing and entered a written plea of not guilty in Wright County District Court. 33-year-old Jodi Barrus was scheduled to make her initial court appearance on Wednesday after turning herself in to authorities last week. According to online court records, Barrus’ attorney entered her written plea and the waiver of the preliminary hearing yesterday. The charge comes after the Belmond-Klemme School District had requested that the Wright County Sheriff’s Department conduct an investigation into possible wrong-doing. Wright County Sheriff Paul Schultz has stated that the alleged victim is an 18-year-old male student at the school who had a sexual relationship with Barrus between December and this month. Barrus is still free on $10-thousand bond. Sexual Exploitation by a School Employee is a Class D felony, punishable by no more than five years in prison.
    News Posted by fisher on Tuesday, March 30
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    Tuesday March 30th Local News
    Daily News
    • Floyd County judge considering change of venue request in Concepcion case
    • Mason City's state legislators say $1.5 million appropriated for regional commerce center
    • Legislators fail to end session Monday, back to talk about budget today
    • Romney back in Iowa to promote book
    • Iowa's winter moratorium on utility service disconnections ends Thursday
    News Posted by fisher on Tuesday, March 30
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