Kapture the Holiday SpiritJoin Mike Field weekdays from 11 to Noon for all your Holiday Favorites with KAT FM's Kapture the Holiday Spirit. Mike will take your requests at 690-0929. The sounds of the season, brought to you by Service Master of the Key City and KAT FM.
Kids ConcertsDuTrac Community Credit Union and KAT FM will bring you the sounds of the season from area school choirs and Bands. Listen to KAT FM throughout the day for our Kids Concerts. For a list of schools and air times, log onto dutrac.org.
Letters to SantaSend your child's letter to Santa Claus in care of KAT FM and Santa will answer with a prize from Prairie Farms. Send to KAT FM, PO Box 659, Dubuque, Iowa 52004-0659.
Name That RearendMike and Lisa will give you a chance to win two complete dinners at Kelly's Market Place on Hill Street in Dubuque. Mike and Lisa will play the end of a song. Be the first correct caller to identify the tune to win.
Win with James Martin Jewelers and KAT FMIf you are celebrating a birthday this month, click on the Birthstone i-con to the right and register to win! The KAT FM Birthstone of the Month from James Martin Jewelers and KAT FM.
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Monona Man Sentenced
A judge has sentenced 21 year old Troy Laufenberg of Monona to 14 years in prison, after he was accused and convicted of injuring a two-year old child in July. Laufenberg was sentenced yesterday in Clayton County District Court by Judge John Bauercamper after being convicted of one count of felony child endangerment causing injury. After that, Laufenberg pled guilty two counts of misdemeanor child endangerment. He had been accused of striking 2 year old Mayah Larson, the daughter of his girlfriend, in the head. He was arrested by Dubuque police in August. Laufenberg also faces probation revocation in Dubuque County for burglary and drug convictions, as well in Wisconsin for a drug conviction.
Last week his sister, 24 year old Ashley Laufenberg of Dubuque was sentenced to two years probabtion after she changed her not guilty plea to guilty on a charge of accessory after the fact. She was accused of providing a hideaway at her house for Laufenberg and letting him have access to her cellphone.
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