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Be sure to "Like" AM 1370 KDTH on Facebook and follow AM1370KDTH on Twitter!    Enjoy two hours of one of America's longest running radio shows, on air since 1948, "Jack Ellsworth's Memories in Melody Radio" Ballads, Blues and Big Bands too....old and new, with your Host Matt Taylor, Sunday's from 3-5pm on AM1370 KDTH!    Join your Good Neighbor, Tom Hamilton Weekdays 1-5pm for The "Good Neighbor Show", interviews, contests, great music and fun!    The only way to start your day is with the KDTH Early Morning Show 5-10am with your host Michael Kaye, News with Greg Taylor and Sports with Tim Lary!    Join your host, Bill Zwack, Sunday nights from 6-midnight for the best of old time radio on "The Big Broadcast".     Like symphone music? Then tune in Sunday's from 5-6pm for "The KDTH Sunday Serenade" with your host Tom Hamilton.     For 2 hours of your polka favorites, tune in "It's Polka Time" with your host Craig Ebel Sunday mornings from 10 until noon on AM1370 KDTH.    For a two hour musical swing down memory lane, tune in "Seem's like Old Times" with your host Craig Orndorff, Sunday mornings following KDTH News and Sports at 8am on AM1370 KDTH.

Listen to AM 1370 KDTH every Saturday night from 7pm-Midnight for TC Christianson and the Saturday Night Cruise. He’ll be taking your requests and playing the greatest hits from the 50s, 60s, and 70s!

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 Tri-States addresses the issues and topics of the day in a listener friendly way.

“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 curious as to the where about of Jon Arthur of Big Jon and Sparkie and the program “No School Today”. Bill finally tracked…
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Dubuque & Tri-State News

  • Dupaco Top Workplace (9/16/2019) - Dupaco Community Credit Union has been named one of Iowa’s “Top Workplaces” in 2019 by the Des Moines Register. The member-owned financial cooperative ranked #10 in the midsized employer category. The Register recognized 135 Iowa companies as a “Top Workplaces” based solely on feedback provided by those who work there. The Register’s research partner, Energage,…
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  • Mullis Trial Begins (9/16/2019) - The trial of a man accused of using a corn rake to kill his wife is scheduled to start today. According to KCRG, the trial was moved from Delaware to Dubuque county. 43-year-old Todd Mullis argued he could not receive a fair trial in Delaware county where his wife “worked closely with law enforcement” as…
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  • DCHS Gets City Funding (9/15/2019) - A grant from the Dubuque Arts and Cultural Affairs will assure that the County Historical Society will have money to operate and continue to provide funds for a special project this year. The first grant for $30,000 will be used for operational costs as the organization continues to advance all seven of the city’s arts…
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  • United Way of Dubuque Area Tri-States Kickoff (9/15/2019) - The United Way of Dubuque Area Tri-States held their United We Rock Campaign Kickoff Breakfast Thursday at Diamond Jo Casino. President/CEO, Danielle Peterson says the annual event highlights what United Way does across their 10-county coverage area and upcoming programs.┬áThe goal is to make more people aware of their mission and they always welcome new…
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  • Jo Daviess Board OK’s Marijuana Businesses (9/15/2019) - Recreational marijuana dispensaries will be allowed in unincorporated areas of Jo Daviess County, once recreational marijuana use becomes legal in Illinois in January. This week the Jo Daviess County Board voted 13-to-3 to allow marijuana businesses in unincorporated parts of the county. When the legislature approved the use of recreational marijuana earlier this year, it…
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Sports

  • Sports News From Associated Press (9/16/2019) - AP source: NFL to meet with Antonio Brown accuser Monday UNDATED (AP) – A person with direct knowledge of the situation says the NFL plans to meet Monday with a woman who says she was raped by New England Patriots receiver Antonio Brown. Brown’s attorney said Brown and Britney Taylor had “a consensual personal relationship”…
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  • NFL Week 2 Recaps (9/16/2019) - UNDATED (AP) – Julio Jones hauled in a short pass on fourth down and took it 54 yards to the end zone with 2:10 remaining, giving the Atlanta Falcons a wild 24-20 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night. The Falcons squandered a 17-6 lead against an injury plagued team that lost two of…
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  • National Scoreboard from Sunday (9/15) (9/16/2019) - NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Final Detroit 13 L.A. Chargers 10 Final Indianapolis 19 Tennessee 17 Final Dallas 31 Washington 21 Final Seattle 28 Pittsburgh 26 Final Green Bay 21 Minnesota 16 Final Buffalo 28 N-Y Giants 14 Final Houston 13 Jacksonville 12 Final Baltimore 23 Arizona 17 Final San Francisco 41 Cincinnati 17 Final New England…
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  • Area College Football Scores (9/15/2019) - University of Dubuque – 37 Pacific University – 26   Loras College – 42 Benedictine University – 14   Evangel University – 28 Clarke University – 0   Iowa – 18 Iowa State- 17   Eastern Michigan – 34 Illinois – 31