The Morning Line

Archived Morning Line Segments

  • 8:53

State Representative David Sieck updates flood recovery efforts, including efforts to secure more funding for flood victims, and comments on Governor Reynolds' one-cent sales tax hike proposal.

  • 10:26

Essex School Superintendent Dr. Mike Wells recapped Wednesday night's Essex School Board meeting, including discussion on a proposed Public Education and Recreational Levy, or PERL.

  • 9:10

Nebraska City City Administrator Grayson Path recaps Monday night's Nebraska City council meeting, including action on a new HVAC system for the Veterans Memorial Building, and plans for repairing a bridge damaged by last spring's flooding.

  • 9:38

Mills County Emergency Management Coordinator Larry Hurst updates the flood recovery efforts in the county, as well as the progress of the county's emergency communications system.

  • 8:16

State Representative Cecil Dolecheck recaps the first week of the 2020 Iowa Legislative Session, including reaction to Governor Kim Reynolds' Condition of the State Speech.

  • 10:41

Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne joins us to discuss some recent legislation she has introduced, an award she received and to talk about agriculture in Iowa.

  • 9:38

Sidney Mayor Peter Johnson discusses activities at Monday night's Sidney City Council meeting, including his announcement of an investigation into city finances.

  • 8:54

Corning and Villisca School Superintendent Chris Fenster discusses the latest developments in both districts, including the hiring of an interim middle school principal in Villisca, and an update on reorganization talks between both districts.