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KDTH 75th Anniversary

KDTH 75th Anniversary

AM1370 KDTH, CELEBRATING 75 YEARS OF BROADCAST EXCELLENCE!   AM1370 KDTH, celebrating 75 years as your “Voice of the Tri-States”.       More »

KDTH News and Sports

KDTH News and Sports

Hear KDTH News and Sports weekday mornings at 5:30, 6, 6:30, 7, 7:30, 8 & 8:30am, 12 noon, 3pm, 4pm & 5pm. KDTH News on Saturdays can be heard at 6am, 7am, More »

Voices of the Tri-States

Voices of the Tri-States

Voices of the Tri States is a 30 minute public affairs program heard daily Mon-Fri from 12:30p-1p featuring local, state, and national news makers and hosted by Cindy Kohlmann. Voices of the More »

The Big Broadcast

The Big Broadcast

“The Big Broadcast” with host Bill Zwack can be heard every Sunday evening from 6:00pm to midnight on AM 1370 KDTH. But it all started back in the 60s when Bill was More »

 

Dubuque & Tri-State News

  • River Museum’s Dinosaurs Exhibit Continues to Draw Crowds (7/27/2016) - The National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium’s featured exhibit this year is doing very well, according to museum administrators. “Dinosaurs Unearthed” opened in May. John Sutter, the museum’s marketing director, says attendance numbers for the exhibit are keeping up with the record pace set by the Titanic exhibit that the museum hosted last summer. According
  • Trump Returning to Iowa, But Skipping Dubuque (7/27/2016) - Donald Trump has scheduled his first campaign trip to Iowa as the Republican presidential nominee, though he won’t be coming through Dubuque. Trump accepted the Republican nomination last week. His campaign says that he will make stops in Davenport and Cedar Rapids tomorrow. The first stop will be for a town hall meeting at the
  • Cascade Man Falls Asleep At the Wheel (7/26/2016) - A Cascade man was hospitalized following a one vehicle crash Sunday afternoon. According to an accident report from the Dubuque County Sheriff’s Department, 18 year old Dalton Beecher was traveling north on U.S. Highway 151 near the north exit to Cascade, when he began falling asleep. When his car went off the roadway, Beecher overcorrected,

Sports

  • Fighting Saints Announce Schedule (7/27/2016) - DUBUQUE, Iowa — The United States Hockey League (USHL) has released the full schedule for the 2016–17 season. The regular season, begins on the road for the Dubuque Fighting Saints on Saturday, September 24 in Cedar Rapids, the home opener comes one week from that date, against the Green Bay Gamblers on Friday, September 30
  • IHSBCA All District Baseball Teams (7/27/2016) - The Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association has announce their All-District Teams. In Northeast District of Class 4A, Dubuque Seniors Jakob Kirman and Tucker Mai along with Cole Muehring of Hempstead and Jake Westoff of Western Dubuque were all first team selections. Chosen to the 2nd team were Alex Vaassen and Cameron Steffan of Senior
  • May Contributes To USA Junior National Team Route (7/27/2016) - Wahlert High School volleyball standout Makenzie May contributed while playing for the USA Junior National team yesterday at the NORCECA U20 Continental Championship being played in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The U.S. thumped French St. Martin 25-2, 25-4, and 25-5. May, who was just named to the 12 player squad last week finished with nine points