Shenandoah, IA

Page County injury accident info released

(Clarinda) -- A Northboro man was injured in a one-vehicle accident in Page County earlier this week. The Page County Sheriff's Office released information on the accident on Highway 2 one mile east of Shenandoah Tuesday morning. Sheriff Lyle Palmer says an investigation determined a 1999 Buick LeSabre driven by 29-year-old Andrew Rolf was eastbound on 2 at approximately 1:30 a.m. Rolf told authorities he swerved to miss a deer, crossed the westbound lanes and entered the north ditch. Rolf's vehicle then traveled east along some trees approximately 30 yards, struck a large tree with the passenger side front of the vehicle, then spun counterclockwise around the tree in the ditch become coming to rest. Rolf says he believes he lost consciousness at that point.
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Meet the Candidates: Bill Billings Jr.

(Red Oak) -- KMA News continues its "Meet the Candidates" series, featuring the candidates running in key races in the November general elections. Today's report features the incumbent in the Red Oak mayor's race, Bill Billings Jr. A Shenandoah High School graduate, Billings worked for Browns Shoe Fit before attending...
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Page County Man Crashes Early Tuesday Morning

29 year old James Gerheart Rolf of Northboro crashed in the early morning hours of Tuesday in Page County. Rolf was eastbound on Highway 2, approximately 1 mile east of Shenandoah. Rolf says he swerved to miss a deer, ran off the road and into a ditch. His vehicle continued into a tree and spun counterclockwise, knocking him unconscious. A passerby called the vehicle in about 6 hours later and Rolf was taken to Shenandoah Medical Center.
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NCPS Board discusses Hayward closure

The two-day closure of Hayward Elementary on Oct. 12 and 13 was one of the discussion topics at the Oct. 11 Nebraska City Public Schools board of education meeting. NCPS Superintendent Mark Fritch and Hayward Principal Scot Davis were among those with decision-making power who chose to close the building for two days to give the custodial staff an opportunity to clean the building and for students and staff to recuperate at home from COVID-19 to “stop the spread as best we can,” said Fritch.

Nebraska man arrested on drug charges in Page County

(Clarinda, Iowa) – A traffic stop at around 5:30-a.m. Thursday (today) about a mile west of Clarinda, resulted in the arrest of a man from Nebraska. Page County Sheriff Lyle Palmer reports deputies stopped a vehicle on Highway 2, near the intersection P Avenue, for a traffic violation. During the traffic stop, Gharett Alexander Spohr, of Omaha, was arrested for Possession of a controlled substance (Marijuana) and Possession of drug paraphernalia.

Talking With Tom (Week 8): Clarinda & Tri-Center

(KMAland) -- Long-time KMA Sports Reporter and former Griswold coach Tom Moore is back on the road. This week, Coach Moore visited a pair of programs facing pretty important games: Clarinda and Tri-Center for chats with Collin Bevins and Ryan Schroder. Clarinda can clinch the No. 2 spot in Class...

Peru State football is back on routine — and that's leading to wins

Things turned sideways in a hurry for Peru State in its previous game. Peru was in control, up 17-0 at halftime before allowing 22 straight points in the first 10 minutes of the second half. But the Bobcats didn't let the game slip away. They kicked a field goal late in the third quarter and another with 1:42 left for a 23-22 win at Evangel.

Coin Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Coin: Friday, October 15: Mostly sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Saturday, October 16: Areas of frost then sunny during the day; while clear overnight; Sunday, October 17: Sunny during the day; while clear overnight; Monday, October 18:

Shen nursing home fined, cited for violations

(Shenandoah) -- Published reports indicate a Shenandoah nursing facility was recently fined following an April inspection. According to Iowa Capital Dispatch, Garden View Care Center has been cited for 23 regulatory violations so far this year, and was fined more than $306,000. The facility is one of 10 Iowa care facilities eligible for inclusion on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Special Focus Facility List, which is a national list of homes with some of the worst records of regulatory compliance. Garden View was recently added to the list after receiving the lowest possible ratings from CMS on all three of the measures charted by the federal agency: quality of care, staffing levels and regulatory compliance.

St. Albert cancels additional football game

St. Albert football scheduled an additional game against Shenandoah on Friday but has since canceled that game. The Falcons ended their season Friday night in Avoca against AHSTW. According to a press release from St. Albert, further discussions among those in the program prompted the final decision. According to the...

Shen mayoral candidates face forum gauntlet

(Shenandoah) – Seven candidates for Shenandoah’s next mayor faced a barrage of questions at a major election event Thursday evening. Members of the Forum to Revitalize Shenandoah sponsored the mayoral candidates’ forum at the Gladys Wirsig Jones Auditorium. During the forum, the candidates answered questions submitted by the public. Jeff Hiser was asked whether the mayor should be responsible for creating better communications between the city, chamber, forum and hospital. Hiser’s answer: “absolutely yes.”

KMAland Nebraska (10/15): Pioneers rack up 500+ yards in win over Falls City

(KMAland) -- Nebraska City put up over 500 yards of total offense in a win over Falls City in KMAland Nebraska action on Friday. Bayler Poston rushed for 199 yards and had three touchdowns while Brandon Thompson posted 211 yards receiving for Nebraska City in the win. MJ Nelson added three touchdown passes as the Pioneers racked up 501 total yards.

Wolves top Stanberry in top 5 showdown

(FAIRFAX, Mo) The (#4) Stanberry Bulldogs traveled to Fairfax to take on the (#5) East Atchison Wolves. This game went back and forth, with Stanberry going up early 14-0. But East Atchison able to come back and hold off the Bulldogs as they go on to win 48-42. East Atchison...
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Plattsmouth athletes qualify for state cross country meet

BELLEVUE – Plattsmouth runners penciled a trip to Kearney Country Club on their team calendars with state-qualifying efforts on Thursday morning. The Plattsmouth girls and boys cross country teams collected state berths during the District B-1 Meet at Platteview Country Club. The PHS girls earned a second-plaque plaque and the Plattsmouth boys captured a state ticket with a third-place team result.

Final district football standings

Shenandoah 1-4 Des Moines Christian 1-4 Lenox 6-0 *District Champion and Playoff Qualifier. Mount Ayr 5-1 *District Champion and Playoff Qualifier.