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Robberies in Washington
Monday morning at about 1:30 am, Washington Police Officers took a report of a person attempting to enter a residence, but after finding the door locked, the suspect instead made entry into an unlocked garage and stole cash from an unlocked vehicle. The same suspect also entered another unlocked garage in the same neighborhood, and again items were stolen from an unlocked car. These events occurred on West Madison St in Washington. Images appear to be the same suspect in several other burglaries in the last few months. If you have any information on this person, contact the Washington Police Department at 319-653-2107.
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L to R: Deb Tisor, Tom Scott (both from River Products); Dan Flynn, Nick Beinhart, Karen Sypherd (all from Keota Pool & Aquatic Foundation).
Iowa City woman charged after using stolen credit card at numerous area locations
An Iowa City woman was taken into custody after she allegedly used a stolen credit card at seven different locations in one afternoon. Police report that 40-year-old Rihana Alamin reportedly committed the offenses between 3-7pm the afternoon of May 10th. Her purchases ranged in price from $2.81 to $79.26 and occurred at Copyworks, Global Mart Grocery, La Bendicion Restaurant and Panera Bread in Coralville, along with Pops BBQ, V’s Nail Salon and Chipotle in Iowa City.
Area Students Awarded Access Energy Scholarship
Two area high school students were named as part of the six recipients of the 2023 Access Energy Cooperative scholarship. Shelby Baldosier of Brighton and Danielle Muhs of Mount Pleasant were awarded $1500 each to go towards their post-secondary education. Baldosier, daughter of Brian and Denise Baldosier, plans to attend...
Groundbreaking commences for Clear Creek Amana Community School District's largest elementary school
The rapid growth of the Clear Creek Amana Community School District has inspired a $42 million expansion. A groundbreaking ceremony was held late Wednesday afternoon at the site of the new 600-student, two-story elementary school in Coralville, east of Highway 380 and Highway 6. Corey Seymour, CCA Community School District superintendent, told the...
Former evangelicals reflect on their time in the church and why they left
Two former evangelicals join Talk of Iowa host Charity Nebbe to share their personal reckonings and thoughts on the movement's evolution.
Sunday Vehicle Rollover
At approximately 8:56 pm Sunday, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a vehicle upside down in the ditch, and driver stuck in a culvert. The vehicle had been traveling on Highway 92 near Larch Avenue. The driver, Patricia Morris of Keota, was airlifted to the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics in stable condition. State roads were contacted for damage to a barrier, and Iowa DNR was contacted for a gas leak into the creek. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Washington Fire Department and the Washington EMS.
Johnson County and the city of Iowa City say the childcare workforce is a priority.
The Des Moines Register reports federal regulators cited the Blank Park Zoo in Des Moines for contributing to the death of a snow monkey last year. Univ. of Iowa fraternity pushes for change in venue for rape trial. Updated: 4 hours ago. A court hearing is set to decide whether...
Mark Your Calendars: Johnson County Tax Sale 2023 Announced
The Johnson County Treasurer's Office is holding its annual tax sale on June 20, 2023. Property owners with outstanding taxes must settle them by June 16, 2023, or their properties may be included in the tax sale.
Washington Board of Supervisors Approve Agreement With WCHC
The Washington County Board of Supervisors approved a professional services agreement with Washington County Hospital and Clinics at their meeting on Tuesday. Supervisor Jack Seward Jr. gives details about what the agreement means, “The Hospital would provide some training and a few supplies, and the Ambulance Service would provide some extra manpower at times when needed in the emergency department. This formalizes that agreement.” Previously, this had been a handshake agreement between the Washington County Ambulance Service and the Hospital.
Halcyon House Washington Page with Ann C. Williams
On today’s program, we are talking with Ann C. Williams about the Beyond Limits Group and Upcoming Ocean Dreams party.
HACAP Mobile Food Pantry July Schedule
The Hawkeye Area Community Action Mobile Food pantry schedule for July in Washington County has been released. The mobile pantry will be at Riverside Highland Elementary School, 220 Schnoebelen St, Riverside, from 4:30-5:30 on July 3rd. The date previously fell on the 4th and has been moved to honor the Holiday. The pantry will be in the Brighton Gym at Main & Mechanic St from 10:30-11:30 on July 6th. You can find a link to the full mobile pantry schedule with this news story at KCIIradio.com.
Southeast Iowa businessman sentenced to prison for failure to pay employment taxes
A Keswick man who faced federal tax and bank fraud charges and allegedly lied on applications for COVID-19 relief funds was sentenced to prison last week. Thomas Sieren, 60, served as the vice president of TCS Fabricating and was charged last year with allegedly failing to turn in more than $440,000 to the IRS between 2016 and 2020. The company was required by law to withhold taxes from employee wages and to pay the withheld amounts to the IRS.
Washington Senior Heads To Basic Training Today
While many incoming high school seniors are spending the next three months hanging out with friends or getting summer jobs, Jan Viveros-Arcos is serving his country. The Washington student who just completed his junior year travels to Fort Jackson in South Carolina today, as he begins his basic training through the National Guard. With a brother who recently joined, and a father who served in Mexico, Viveros-Arcos tells KCII he’s ready for the challenge. “I’m pretty scared of the unknown, but I’m also pretty excited because becoming a soldier of the United States has always been a big thing to me.”
Washington City Council Approve Vehicle Purchase
The Washington City Council approved the purchase of a new Wastewater Treatment Plant Vehicle at their meeting on Tuesday. Councilperson Fran Stigers made the motion, “I make the motion we approve the purchase of a vehicle for the water treatment plant, which would be a 2023 Ram 1500 Classic V6 for $42,900.” The purchase of this vehicle will be under budget for the Treatment Plant, which was set at $45,000.
Police: Deer caused fatal motorcycle crash in Cedar Rapids
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — A Coralville woman died in a crash involving a motorcycle, a deer and another vehicle, police confirmed Monday. The crash happened at the intersection of I-380 southbound and Wright Brothers Boulevard at about 2:30 a.m. on Sunday, KCRG reports. Police said the driver of the...
Letters: Support for conservation isn't working. Regulation might.
Support for conservation isn't working. Regulation might. Alicia Vasto, water program director with the Iowa Environmental Council, recently published an article titled “2013-2023: A decade of declining water quality in Iowa." She notes that the Nutrient Reduction Strategy approved in 2013 in Iowa depends on farmers voluntarily limiting manure...
Suspect in downtown Iowa City shots fired incident back in custody Johnson County
An Iowa City man arrested last month for his role in a shots-fired incident near the Old Capitol Town Center is back in custody in Johnson County. 27-year-old Kemonte Brown of Eastbrook Street was arrested May 17th in Boulder, Colo., by the U.S. Marshals Office. He was booked into the Johnson County Jail just after 2:15 Wednesday afternoon.
Downtown Washington Thursday Night
The next Washington Farmers Market is Thursday, beginning at 5 pm. Food trucks this week feature The Food Boss, The Box Lunch Food Truck, and JT’s Sips. The Heritage Area Agency on Aging will be in attendance with Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Vouchers. Farm Fables this week will be brought by Knee Deep Solutions LLC. The Thursday Night Live performance will be by The Boys, a dynamic band that plays a mix of country, rock, and their original tunes. They will take the stage from 6 to 7 pm. Following The Boys will be the Washington Municipal Band at 8 pm.
NORTH MAHASKA GIRLS SOAR PAST EAGLES
KEOTA – North Mahaska rebounded from a pair weekend losses at the Oskaloosa Tournament, to post a 15-2 victory at Keota on Monday. They lost to Newton 8-0 and Oskaloosa 10-1 at the tourney. North Mahaska, 5-4 overall, pounded out eight hits and took advantage of 10 issued walks...
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