Veteran KMA Newsman Mike Peterson presents This Week in KMAland each Saturday morning at 8:30 on KMA 960, KMA-FM 99.1 or streamed here at KMAland.com. The show features a weekly recap of the top news stories from the past week produced from the KMA Newsroom. Listen live or listen to archived shows below.
This Week In KMAland
Archived This Week in KMAland Shows
Shen school board debates bond issue, Popcorn Days proves Hamburg's resiliency, Shenandoah residents remember the 11th of September, Red Oak School District experiences bus driver shortage.
Montgomery County Emergency Management Coordinator Brian Hamman updates the progress of the county's new emergency communications system, and talks about the potential for severe weather and tornadoes in the fall months.
Michigan fugitive arrested following Mills County standoff, Essex parade showcases community spirit. Hamburg gears up for Popcorn Days, Rock Port schools still coping with floods of 2019, Nordhues named new Page County safety coordinator.
Missing boater's body recovered in Nishnabotna River, Ernst presses corps on Ditch 6 levee repairs, "Hemp 101" presentation informs Shenandoah residents, Plans for new Shen Fareway store unveiled.
KMAland congressional representatives attack EPA's RFS waivers, Red Oak School District unveils new-look facilities, Sidney School Board plans second bond issue vote, An update on flood recovery efforts.
Council Bluffs police officer cleared in Essex man's death, Shen district eyes blockbuster bond issue, Moving operations at Red Oak junior-senior high school, South Page board hears whole grade sharing timeline, Shen council makes fencing ordinance changes.
Guilty verdict rendered in murder trial, Essex man shot by police in Council Bluffs, Shenandoah woman charged with murder, Red Oak Police celebrate with the public, Glenwood makes progress on its athletic complex.
Volunteers boost Percival cleanup efforts, Mills County coalition seeks support for flood victims, Engineer's office project faces second bidletting, Repairs continue on Highways 48 and 34, and the latest developments in Washington, D.C.
Fremont County evacuation orders still intact, Post-flood housing problems in Mills County, Progress reported on Missouri River levee repairs, Mayor Pete visits Shenandoah, Tree talk tops Shen council meeting.
Essex fills school board vacancy, Corning & Villisca explore merger, presidential hopefuls blanket Iowa and Rep. Cindy Axne backs a measure condemning the president's tweets.