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101.1 The River presents the Nashville Minute with Fitz at 10:40am and 3:40pm weekdays. A 60 second backstage pass to the Music City's latest buzz, news and stories that not only come from Nashville, but directly from the stars themselves. Brought to you by White Front Feed and Seed on Dodge.

Wake Up The Wright Way Blend Coffee

Exciting new Coffee available at the Calico Bean Market. Jerry Wright from 101.1 The River and the Calico Bean Market have created a Guatemala Antigua blend of coffee called "Wake Up The Wright Way Blend" of which a portion of the sales will go to a charity of our choice. Available in 1 pound bags, ground or whole bean, Regular or Decaf.  $2 from each bag will go to Norteast Iowa School of Music now through the end of November. Pick up a bag or two today and enjoy fro...

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Urban County Legislative Priorities

Members of the Dubuque County Board of Supervisors will be meeting with area legislators next week to present them with the County's legislative priorities for the upcoming 2015 legislative session as part of the Urban County Legislative Priorities. The coalition, formed in September consist of Dubuque, Blackhawk, Scott, Linn and Johnson counties. Supervisor Daryl Klein says earlier this year, the Supervisors invited lawmakers to meet with them so that they could highlight some of their priorities and concerns, and while he says they have many, the upkeep and maintenance of County roads continues to be at, or near the top of the list. Klein says an increase in the state's gasoline tax would help to solidify their road budget.

Klein says all area lawmakers have been invited to the dinner next Tuesday to hear what their legislative priorities are. He says Dubuque Mayor Roy Buol and City Council members along with Dubuque School Suprintendent Stan Rhiengans and the School Board will also address legislators about their priorities for the 2015 session.

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