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101.1 The River, your Country Concert Connection has your chance to win tickets to see Scotty McCreery July 26th at the Dubuque County Fair. Now Through July 18th, be listening for your chance to win a pair of Tickets to Scotty's performance, and you'll automatically qualify for a chance to win a pair of PREMIUM tickets. Winner will be drawn AT THE SHOW!!
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Here is the latest Iowa news from The Associated Press
DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) - The third trial of a former jail guard accused of killing his pregnant wife is wrapping up in Davenport. A prosecutor said in closing arguments that text messages from Seth Techel to a woman he was pursuing "read like a countdown" to Lisa Techel's death more than two years ago.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - The veteran criminal investigator fired after reporting Governor Terry Branstad's speeding SUV has appeared in court over his lawsuit. Larry Hedlund is suing his former bosses for wrongful termination and the state is trying to have most of the claims in the lawsuit tossed out of court. No action was taken Wednesday on the state's motion.
(Information in the following story is from: Telegraph Herald, http://www.thonline.com)
DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP) - State officials say Iowa residents who need propane shouldn't wait for cold weather to start filling their tanks. They're warning that prices could climb again this coming winter. They jumped to nearly $5 a gallon last winter. Iowa Agriculture Secretary Bill Northey is telling farmers and homeowners to buy ahead of time.
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