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  • Lawmakers working to fine tune open records and open meetings law

    (Des Moines) Lawmakers are working to "fine-tune" Iowa's "Open Records, Open Meetings" law today.  Senator Jeff Danielson says it's always a balancing act between the public's right to know and an individual's right to privacy.


    “Changing the law so that we achieve maximum transparency, but also considering whatever rules we pass the local governments have to follow them and still be able to maintain their operations in an efficient way,” said Danielson. “So, there’s always a balance we strike with bills like this.”


    Cedar Falls Democrat says Iowa needs to be ready for the era of body-cams on all local police.  Senate Study Bill 1073 advancing to possible consideration by the full Senate State Government Committee.


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  • Nodaway Valley leads wire-to-wire in District Final win

    (Panora) Nodaway Valley drained a dozen threes including nine in the first half of a 66-48 District Final win over Paton-Churdan Thursday night.


    Each time Paton-Churdan tried to make a run, Nodaway Valley answered back with a bigger spurt of their own. The Rockets fell behind 8-2 early, but clawed back to within one only to see Nodaway Valley go on a 15-2 run midway through the opening quarter and never look back. The Wolverines led 23-9 late in the first quarter when Paton-Churdan again clawed back this time to within six early in the 2nd quarter, but Nodaway Valley answered again with a 16-4 run to end the first half. Down 18 at halftime, Paton-Churdan started the third quarter with a 4-0 run, but never got closer than 14 down in the 2nd half.


    Jackson Lamb did most of the damage in Nodaway Valley's initial 15-2 run with three deep pull-up threes in that stretch. He'd score 30 on the night hitting six three's, two two-point field goals, and knocking down 8/13 free throws in the game. Lamb has scored at least 27 points in six straight games. Nathan Andrews, Nate Venteicher, and David Schweitzer all hit at least one three for the Wolverines. Andrews scored 13 points and had a double double, Venteicher scored nine points.


    The Wolverines (18-6) go back to Substate where they lost on a buzzer beater in overtime last year to East Mills. Their opponent this year will be 20-5 Fremont-Mills which survived a close call against familiar foe Sidney in the District 14 Final.

    Paton-Churdan graduates a great senior class that saw the program go from 0-20 wins over the course of their careers. 4-year leading scorer Jake Carey scored 16 points in the loss--14 in the 2nd half. 3-year starter Noah Juergensen added 15 points and the junior went over 1,000 career points early in the game. 

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  • Maddie & Tae Ready to "Start Here"

    Image Courtesy Dot RecordsMaddie & Tae’s first full-length album, Start Here, is due in stores and online June 2. It will include both their chart-topping debut, “Girl in a Country S...Read More

  • Kacey Musgraves Sends "Biscuits" to Country Radio

    Image Courtesy Kelly Christine Musgraves/Sandbox Kacey Musgraves is baking up a batch of “Biscuits” for country radio. Her new single will be fans’ first taste of new music from he...Read More

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    Image Courtesy Sony Music Nashville Don’t be surprised if you see some of Miranda Lambert’s influence when Christina Aguilera steps into her upcoming guest role on Nashville. "Miranda is n...Read More

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