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The KROS AM transmitter suffered a catastrophic failure Parts have been ordered and we hope to be back up in the next few days.

We apologize for any inconvenience. You can continue to hear all KROS programming right now on FM 105.9, if you have not yet made the switch, give it a try.  If you are aware of other listeners who want to listen to KROS-let them know about switching to 105.9 and they won’t miss anything.

Tentative schedule of governmental meetings this week

School Board to discuss budget cuts & council to receive latest audit report among the meetings this week- » Read more..

Converting 4 lane streets to 3 lane w/a center turn lane

Converting a couple of Clinton streets from four lane to three lane with the middle lane being a left turn lane will be the topic of a couple of public meetings this week.
City Engineer Jason Craft has proposed the change for the Second Avenue South from South 14th Street to Bluff Boulevard and for Springdale Drive from 13th Avenue North to North Bluff.  Click ‘read more for details.

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KROS Broadcasting on FM 105.9 Only!

The KROS AM transmitter suffered a catastrophic failure overnight. Parts have been ordered and we hope to be back up in the next few days. We apologize for any inconvenience. You can continue to hear all KROS programming right now on FM 105.9, if you have not yet made the switch, give it a try.

A Camanche teacher is this year’s ‘Teacher On The Trail’ of the Iditarod- or sled dog race across Alaska.

Middle School Teacher Erin Montgomery was selected earlier this year to work during the race to help educate students across the country.Learn more about her efforts in this interview and link to blog post.

Latest Blog from Erin Montgomery: The Coat