Heartbeat Today 3-2-2017

Heartbeat Today, Podcasts

March 2nd, 2017 by Jim Field

Jim Field visits with Kelli Jimmerson about scholarship opportunities from the Atlantic BPW.


(Podcast) KJAN Morning Sports report, 3/2/2017

Podcasts, Sports

March 2nd, 2017 by Ric Hanson

The 7:20-a.m. Sportscast w/Jim Field.


Creston Police Report (3/2/17)


March 2nd, 2017 by Ric Hanson

Officials with the Creston Police Department say a woman residing in the 700 block of Hickory Street reported Wednesday evening, that sometime between 8-and 8:30-pm on Feb. 25th, cash was taken from her purse at her place of employment at 807 W Taylor. The loss was estimated at $60.

And, the Creston P-D says 23-year old Rebecca Holbrook, of Creston, was arrested at the Union County Law Enforcement Center, on a Decatur County Warrant charging her with False Information for a Citation. Holbrook was released from the Union County Jail on a $1000 bond.

(Podcast) KJAN Morning News & funeral report, Thursday, 3/2/2017


March 2nd, 2017 by Ric Hanson

The area’s top news at 7:06-a.m., w/KJAN News Director Ric Hanson


Exira-EHK School Board Work Session tonight


March 2nd, 2017 by Ric Hanson

Members of the Exira-EHK School Board will meet during a work session this evening, beginning at 6-p.m. During their session in the Conference Room at the Elk Horn building, the School Board will discuss, but take No Action on, the Estes Construction Facility Assessment.

Public Hearings this evening in Walnut


March 2nd, 2017 by Ric Hanson

Two Public Hearings are set to take place this (Thursday) evening, in Walnut, as part of a regular meeting of the Walnut City Council. The first hearing is with regard to the Fiscal Year (FY) 2017-18 Budget. The second pertains to a 2017 Amendment to the Urban Renewal Plan. Later on in the meeting, the Council will vote on a Resolution Adopting the FY 2017-18 Budget and Urban Renewal Plan.

In other business, the Walnut City Council will act on giving permission to a local couple for the use of the City Park during “Walnut Junk Fest,” a request for an additional residential driveway entrance, and two separate requests for financial participation in residential sidewalk replacement.

Among the discussion items on the agenda, are those pertaining to: The Well Project; Billboard repair; Planting Boxes on Atlantic Street; Concession Stands at the City Park; and the Walnut Antique Show.

The Walnut City Council meeting will be held at City Hall in Walnut, beginning at 5-p.m.

ARDELLA T. SCHLICHTE, 82, of Audubon (Svcs. 3/4/17)


March 2nd, 2017 by Ric Hanson

ARDELLA T. SCHLICHTE, 82, of Audubon, died Tue., Feb. 28th, at home. Funeral services for ARDELLA SCHLICHTE will be held 10:30-a.m. Sat., March 4th, at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Audubon. Kessler Funeral Home in Audubon has the arrangements.

Friends may call at the funeral home, where the family visitation begins 4-p.m. Friday, March 3rd, and a Rosary and Prayer Service is at 5:30-p.m.

Burial will be in the St. Patrick’s Catholic Cemetery, south of Audubon.

ARDELLA SCHLICHTE is survived by:

Her sons – Michael (LuAnn) Schlichte, and Richard (Jenni) Schlichte, all of Carroll; Lyle (Deb) Schlichte, of Des Moines; and Brian (Natalie) Schlichte, of Carlisle; Lynn (Ronda) Schlichte, of Hendersonville, TN, and Kevin (Michelle) Schlichte, of Audubon.

Her daughters – DeAnn (Don) Sorensen, of Harlan; Joyce (Bob) Lewis, of Audubon; Jill Smith & fiance’ Terry Hemry, both of Polk City, and Debra (Pat) Cramer, of Johnston.

Her brothers – LeRoy (Donna) Halbur, of Santa Rosa, CA; Duane (Carol) Halbur, of Des Moines; Glen Halbur, of Altooona; LaVerne (Berniece) Halbur, of MO; Kenneth (Linda) Halbur, of  Des Moines.

Her sisters – Joleen Halbur, of Des Moines; Linda (Skip) Schiltz.

24 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, her in-laws, other relatives, and friends.

Boettger and 1 other former lawmaker among Branstad’s picks for Board of Regents


March 2nd, 2017 by Ric Hanson

Governor Branstad is appointing a couple of EX-state legislators to serve on the panel that governs the three state-supported universities. One spot on the Board of Regents opened up when Bruce Rastetter, the board president, announced in early February he would not seek another term. The governor on Tuesday selected three people to the nine-member board. They include Nancy Boettger, a former Republican state senator from Harlan, and Nancy Dunkel, a Democrat from Dyersville who served one term in the Iowa House.

Branstad is reappointing Sherry Bates of Scranton to the Board of Regents. Current Regent Katie Mulholland had also sought reappointment to the board, but she was left OFF the governor’s list. Branstad’s regent appointments must be confirmed by the Iowa Senate.

(Radio Iowa)

Skyscan forecast & weather data for Atlantic: 3/2/17


March 2nd, 2017 by Ric Hanson

Today: Partly Cloudy. High 40. S winds becoming northerly @ 10-15.

Tonight: P/Cloudy. Low 18.

Tomorrow: P/Cldy to Cldy. High 46. SE @ 10-20.

Saturday: P/Cldy. High 65.

Sunday: P/Cldy. High near 70.

Wednesday’s High in Atlantic was 41. Our Low this morning was 19. We received a Trace of precipitation in Atlantic Wednesday, in the form of mid-morning snow showers or flurries that quickly melted. Last year on this date, our High in Atlantic was 47 and the low was 27. The Record High in Atlantic on this date was 76 in 1992. The Record Low was -12 in 2014.

Hawkeyes prepare for visit to No. 22 Wisconsin


March 2nd, 2017 by Ric Hanson

Iowa coach Fran McCaffery expects freshman point guard Jordan Bohannon to handle tonight’s (Thursday’s) game at 22nd ranked Wisconsin like any other road game. Bohannon will be trying to knock off the Badgers after spending several years traveling to the Kohl Center to cheer for two of his brothers who played for Wisconsin.

Bohannon connected on eight three pointers in the Hawkeyes upset win at 24th ranked Maryland this past weekend. McCaffery says the Badgers are tough at home no matter what the circumstances.

He says the Badger’s strength is their balance and not just on offense. Our pre-game coverage on KJAN begins at 7-p.m., with the tip-time from the Kohl Center in Madison, WI., at 8-p.m.

(Learfield Sports)