Saturday, June 24, 2017
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The Waukon Police Department reports that a red 1999 Dodge Neon bearing Iowa license plate EKJ 091 was stolen from Waukon between 11 p.m. Friday, June 23 and 10 a.m. Saturday, June 24 in the 500 block of West Main Street. The department also received a report of another vehicle on Clinton Street... + continue reading

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Wednesday, June 21, 2017
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JT Olson returning to native Allamakee County to share story June 29 at Old East Paint Creek by Kelli Boylen freelance writer Jeff (JT) Olson knows what it is to be an orphan. He clearly remembers the day his parents died. He was 12 year old, and his parents had been away for their 16th... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
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Waukon RAGBRAI hosting Town Meeting June 28; All are encouraged to attend The Waukon RAGBRAI Committees will be hosting a Town Meeting Wednesday, June 28 from 6-7 p.m. at Iron Ridge Church, located at 512 Ninth Street SW in Waukon. Residents and others interested from all communities in the... + continue reading

Having some fun with the next generation ... Longtime KNEI radio personality Chuck Allen (center in above photo) has some fun with more recent additions to the KNEI radio staff, Josh Blake (left) and Erik Kelly (right). Submitted photo.
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Started it all... Pictured above are Ralph and Ileen Sweeney. Ralph was instrumental in starting KNEI radio in Waukon in 1967. Submitted photo.
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
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by Lissa Blake Local radio station KNEI will celebrate 50 years of entertaining local residents next week with an open house Tuesday, June 27 at the current KNEI location on Main Street in downtown Waukon. The station was started by the late Ralph Sweeney and Dave Hogendorn in 1967. “I... + continue reading

Pictured left to right, Landon Berns, Jared Campbell, Adam Gruman.
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
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Two Waukon High School juniors from the Harpers Ferry area, Landon Berns and Jared Campbell, were selected to attend Boys State, which was held June 11-16 at Fort Dodge in Johnston. Berns is the son of Charles and Peggy Berns, and Campbell is the son of Dan and Carolyn Campbell, all of Harpers... + continue reading

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Having some fun with the next generation ... Longtime KNEI radio personality Chuck Allen (center in above photo) has some fun with more recent additions to the KNEI radio staff, Josh Blake (left) and Erik Kelly (right). Submitted photo.
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Started it all... Pictured above are Ralph and Ileen Sweeney. Ralph was instrumental in starting KNEI radio in Waukon in 1967. Submitted photo.

Pictured left to right, Landon Berns, Jared Campbell, Adam Gruman.

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