Jeff Reinitz / Waterloo–Cedar Falls Courier

Two African-American Jury Panel Members Disappear From Stanley Liggins Retrial

Two members of the jury panel in the murder retrial of Stanley Liggins were absent Tuesday from the courtroom in the Black Hawk County Courthouse in Waterloo, Iowa, where attorneys for Liggins rested their case.

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Capital campaign

Jan 1, 1970

Events Calendar

Jan 1, 1970

WVIK 90.3 FM - Augustana Public Radio

Jan 1, 1970

Holiday Programming 2013

Beginning Sunday, December 1st

Classical Programs- Morning Classics, Perspective, and Serenade

Dave Garner, Mindy Heusel, and Michael Wahlmann mix in holiday favorites from the WVIK library.

Specials:

Thursday, November 28th at 7:00 pm

Hanukkah Lights 2013

Hanukkah stories by acclaimed authors read by Susan Stamberg and Murray Horwitz.

Sunday, December 22nd at 2:00 pm

Amahl and the Night Visitors

Test story

Jan 1, 1970

WVIK News

Jan 1, 1970

Contact WVIK News at news@wvik.org or (309) 794-7551.

Reading Service (APRIS)

Jan 1, 1970

APRIS celebrates 25 years

On Jan. 16, 1989, the Augustana Public Radio Information Service (APRIS) started free readings of local and regional newspapers for the visually and physically impaired.

Today, some 200 volunteers read from the Quad City Times, The Dispatch, Rock Island Argus, Clinton Herald, and Chicago Tribune every week.

Listeners invited to Discover Cuba

Jan 1, 1970

Augustana Public Radio WVIK 90.3 invites listeners to Discover Cuba this fall. WVIK’s trip to the island departs Oct. 31 for six nights in Havana.

Highlights of the trip include the world famous Tropicana Show, Palace of the Revolution, Old Havana Walking Tour and Hemingway's Farm. There will be ample opportunities to experience the music of Cuba as well and your attendance will benefit WVIK.

WVIK Governance

Jan 1, 1970

Mission statement

WVIK represents significant value to the public and earns its support by engaging an informed audience with cultural, educational, news and music programming.

Vision statement

Galesburg teachers continued to picket today, while their students stayed at home. The union and school board met with a federal mediator for four hours Sunday, but couldn't reach agreement to end the strike.

Tami Qualls, spokeswoman for the Galesburg Education Association, says the union's top priority is to keep veteran teachers from being fired without just cause.

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