Justin Hellinga

Eric Maassen on Start of Summer Sports

Sheldon Iowa — Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds announced Wednesday that summer athletic seasons may be conducted for high school baseball and softball following a two-month activities suspension due to COVID-19.

The announcement approved the reopening of school facilities and the start of practices for Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union and Iowa High School Athletic Association sanctioned summer sports starting on Monday, June 1. Per the Iowa Department of Education, first contests may occur as early as Monday, June 15 and fans will be permitted at games.

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KIWA Marketplace For May 21st

KIWA Marketplace is on KIWA FM 105.3 Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 9:15 am

Call during the program at 712-324-5377, text 712-324-2597, or email newstips@kiwaradio.com

All items and garage sales called/texted/emailed in will be added to this web page

For Sale:

JVC Surround Sound System With remote, 5 Speakers and Subwoofer – $50 — 712-360-2825

Handmade Wahoo/Aggravation board games (4,6, and 8-player available) Also, make customized Cornhole game sets — 712-578-1897

Good used swivel rocker, Full size sofa bed, punch bowl set — 712-324-2812

Log Splitter that works off tractor — 712-540-7479

Antique horse drawn buckets – $50 each — 712-470-4843


8 ton westendorf running gear — 712-540-7479

John Boat preferably with motor — 712-441-1574

#48 JD Garden Tiller thats fits a 318 garden tractor — 712-341-0140

looking for small engine repair jobs. I fix lawnmowers, chainsaws, weedtrimmers, etc. I also sharpen chainsaw blades — 712-578-1897


Garage Sale:

Rescheduled “Sister’s TAG” Garage Sale 303 Floyd Avenue, Sanborn, IA. Thursday May 21 (12-6) Friday, May 22 (9-6) Sat, May 23 (9-noon)

Hawkeye Volleyball Placed On NCAA Probation

Radio Iowa — The University of Iowa Athletics Department acknowledges the report released today by the NCAA Committee on Infractions regarding violations committed by the UI’s volleyball program. The announcement of a level II Negotiated Resolution notice from the NCAA concludes the investigation. Read more