Month: October 2019

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iStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Tuesday’s sports events:MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PLAYOFFSWashington 7, Houston 2 NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONMiami 112, Atlanta 93Dallas 109, Denver 106L.A. Lakers 120, Memphis 91 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUEBoston 5, San Jose 1Carolina 2, Calgary 1Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia 1Washington 4, Toronto 3Detroit 3, Edmonton 1NY Rangers 4, Tampa Bay 1Nashville 3, […]

Blackout uniforms are a popular trend for college football teams and now the blackout license plate has taken over as the first choice for Iowa drivers. Iowa DOT Vehicle Services Manager, Daniel Yeh says sales of the blackout plates have exceed all expectations. “Through October 15th of this year we have issued more than 46,000 […]

Even with snow flying and very chilly temperatures in the 20s, many Iowa kids won’t let wintery weather get in the way of trick-or-treating tonight or tomorrow night, depending on the community. Besides bundling up and staying visible, Poison Control Center educator Lauren Prnjat offers a few suggestions to parents for keeping kids safe.  “A […]

Area high schools in Lee and surrounding counties took place in the mock election Iowa Straw Poll yesterday. The Office of Iowa Secretary of State states the goal of the poll is to “engage students in a fun, hands-on learning experience that will inspire them toward civic engagement”. State wide results, shown here, show President […]

Former Vice President Joe Biden started a campaign swing through eastern Iowa today, offering a critique of President Trump’s trade policies. “He’s great at the ‘Art of the Deal’ isn’t he?” Biden asked rhemtoricall, mentioning the title of one of Trump’s books. “Every farmer who thinks they’re better off, raise your hand.” Biden, who will […]

A Waterloo man is facing nearly two years in prison after posting pictures of himself with guns online. Eighteen-year-old Jumonie Wilson pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm by a drug user and admitted that he was using marijuana twice in January after police say they saw him on social media posts where he was […]

It’s illegal for a motorist to pass a stopped school bus with its stop arm extended and lights flashing, but the act continues to be a problem for many Iowa schools. Le Mars Community School District Superintendent Steve Webner says it’s one of his worst worries.  “Out of all the safety concerns we have in […]

Iowa high school students who took the ACT have tied for the best average score in the country with students from South Dakota. The ranking is among states with more than half of students in the Class of 2019 who took the ACT. Two-thirds of the Iowa students who graduated from high school last spring […]

Iowa high school students who took the ACT have tied for the best average score in the country with students from South Dakota. The ranking is among states with more than half of students in the Class of 2019 who took the ACT. Two-thirds of the Iowa students who graduated from high school last spring […]

On Monday, October 28, Keokuk Walmart presented to the Keokuk Union Depot Foundation a grant of $2500 for interior brick repairs. Roan Masonry of Keokuk has been contracted to undertake the repairs. In recent months structural work has been completed by Myers & James Construction, another Keokuk firm, on the ceilings in the downriver rooms […]


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