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Tri-State Area Restaurant Guide

Tri-State Restaurant Guide is now available, and it's free!
The Tri-State Restaurant guide has a huge selection of restaurants, complete with menus, directions, photos and more!  
Be listening for your chance to win gift certificates to area restaurants!  You’ll have to have a guide to win though, so get yours today!Presented by Flatted 5th Blues & Barbeque in Bellevue, and 101.1 The River. 

101.1 The River Coffee with the Calico Bean Market

Exciting new Coffee available at the Calico Bean Market. 101.1 The River and the Calico Bean Market have created a Guatemala Antigua blend of coffee 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 a local charity every month.. Pick up a bag or two today and enjoy from Calico Bean Market and 101.1 The River.

Nashville Music Minute

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.

Delays and Cancellations

Get the latest school delays and cancellations to your e-mail or text to your phone with School Trak. Click on the i-con to the right and fill out the form.
School Trak from Net-Smart and 101.1 The River.

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So you say it's your birthday??

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  • brittany simon - 24
  • tanya shepherd
  • viola steffen
  • emily simon - 22
  • zach willenborg - 17

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Paramount Emergency Medical Service

Country Music at Large

News and Weather

Maquoketa Murder Follow-up

A former police investigator in eastern Iowa says officials are holding out little hope of solving the murder of an 84-year-old woman committed 40 years ago in Maquoketa. Hulda Fischer was found dead in her Maquoketa home on the evening of February 25th, 1975. A widow, Fischer had been strangled and repeatedly stabbed. Retired Maquoketa Police Chief Bob Andersen says that he doesn't think the case will ever be solved. Andersen, who was the lead investigating officer in the killing, says no new information has emerged in Fischer's death since the case went cold decades ago. He says the neighbors who found Fischer's body and a one-time suspect in her death have all died.

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River Stage

Time Temp

Teacher of the Month

The Rock