The Morning Line

Archived Morning Line Segments

  • 9:19

Rock Port R-2 School Superintendent Ethan Sickles discusses his district's plans for the new school year, with COVID-19 contingencies in mind.

  • 8:05

Mike Bauer, president of First National Bank in Shenandoah, talks about the upcoming Fridays After Five music event this month on the Elks Lodge's east lawn.

  • 9:30

Shenandoah Park and Recreation Director Chad Tiemeyer updates the 2020 Wilson Aquatic Center season, as well as plans for other park and rec programs this summer.

  • 8:53

Iowa Western Community College President Dr. Dan Kinney discusses procedures in place for the school's fall semester beginning in August.

  • 8:49

Fremont County Public Health Director Jamie Behrends talks about the state of COVID-19 in her county, and precautions people should take during the 4th of July holiday.

  • 8:56

Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne talks about the need for firefighters, EMTs and first responders to receive adequate compensation for responding to COVID-19 situations.

  • 8:43

New Mills County Economic Development Director Marco Floreani talks about his background, and why he accepted the Mills County position.

  • 9:54

Southwest Valley School Superintendent Chris Fenster updates the Return to Learn planning in the Corning and Villisca School Districts, and reorganization efforts between the two schools

  • 9:22

Essex School Superintendent Dr. Mike Wells recaps Wednesday night's Essex School Board meeting, including more discussion on the proposed East Gym renovation.