Funeral Services for George T. Martin, age 99 formerly of Wyaconda, who died Tuesday, July 16, 2019 in the Clark Co. Nursing Home in Kahoka, are pending at Wilson Funeral Home in Kahoka.
Jerry T. Grauf, 89, of Elvaston, passed away at 5:18 P.M. Sunday evening, July 7, 2019, at River Hills Village in Keokuk. Jerry was born April 14, 1930, in Keokuk, Iowa the son of Earl and Crystal (Garvey) Grauf. He was a member of the last graduating Class of Elvaston High School in 1948. On […]
Stephen Olen Parkin, 61, of Iowa City, formerly of Warsaw, passed away the Iowa City Veteran’s Administration Hospital on Friday, May 3, 2019 at 12:12 A.M. Funeral arrangements are pending at Printy Funeral Home in Carthage.
One person has perished after an apartment building caught fire Saturday evening. Keokuk Fire Department received the call of a fire at 317 Concert Street at 8:50 pm Saturday night after smoke was reported coming from the building. Upon arrival the KFD observed flames shooting from the roof of the building. Crews attempted to reach […]
Joan D. Comstock, 87, of Carthage, passed away Saturday evening, April 13, 2019 at St. Francis Hospital in Peoria. Funeral arrangements are pending at Printy Funeral Home in Carthage.
Keokuk Police were called last night to South 7th Street and Avenue K after reports of an injured bicyclist. When officers arrived they found 14yr old Brandon Scott Fitzgerald suffering from severe injuries. He was transported by Lee County Ambulance to Unity Point Health-Keokuk where he succumbed to his injuries. An investigation by KPD led […]
Every week Radio Keokuk walks the halls of Keokuk High School and brings you the Student of the Week. Every week this is made possible by Keokuk Contractors. But this is no regular week. For the family that is Keokuk High School, right now it feels like it will never be a regular week again. […]
Via Chuck Vandenburg – Pen City Current KEOKUK – A Keokuk murder Tuesday was a result of domestic argument that turned tragic. Adam Golden McCain, 24 of Keokuk, was arrested by Lee County Sheriff’s deputies Tuesday evening after LeeComm dispatchers sent Keokuk Police to the River City Mall for an injured woman, Calove Sackman of Keokuk. McCain […]
2017-2018 Radio Keokuk Students of the Week Archive Week of March 5th 2018 – Jordan Means Jordan Part 1 Jordan Part 2 Week of February 26th 2018 – Dre Moody Dre Part 1 Dre Part 2 Week of February 19th 2018 – Michaela Davis Michaela Part 1 Michaela Part 2 Week of […]
Democratic candidate for governor Fred Hubbell says it’s time to evaluate every state tax break and get rid of the ones that aren’t “producing value” for the state. “Every credit, exemption, deduction should have some sort of cap on it, so it can’t keep growing in an uncontrolled manner. For example, the research activities tax […]