Author: Michael Greenwald

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It was a busy weekend for the Southeastern Community College Blackhawks. Beginning with the baseball team, SCC picked up two wins against Spoon River College 10-1 and 11-10 on Friday. In the first game, Devin Buckner and Bryce Simon each picked up a pair of runs batted in while Cooper Jones and Gavin Logan each […]

It was a busy weekend for the Southeastern Community College Blackhawks. Beginning with the baseball team, SCC picked up two wins against Spoon River College 10-1 and 11-10 on Friday. In the first game, Devin Buckner and Bryce Simon each picked up a pair of runs batted in while Cooper Jones and Gavin Logan each […]

It was a busy weekend for the Southeastern Community College Blackhawks. Beginning with the baseball team, SCC picked up two wins against Spoon River College 10-1 and 11-10 on Friday. In the first game, Devin Buckner and Bryce Simon each picked up a pair of runs batted in while Cooper Jones and Gavin Logan each […]

It was a busy weekend for the Southeastern Community College Blackhawks. Beginning with the baseball team, SCC picked up two wins against Spoon River College 10-1 and 11-10 on Friday. In the first game, Devin Buckner and Bryce Simon each picked up a pair of runs batted in while Cooper Jones and Gavin Logan each […]

The Keokuk Area Chamber of Commerce presented the second of four Legislative Luncheons at the Hawkeye Restaurant on Friday afternoon. State Representative Jeff Kurtz (D) and State Senator Rich Taylor (D) returned to the Power City to inform their constituents about recent happenings in Des Moines. This is part two of our coverage of the […]

The Keokuk Area Chamber of Commerce presented the second of four Legislative Luncheons at the Hawkeye Restaurant on Friday afternoon. State Representative Jeff Kurtz (D) and State Senator Rich Taylor (D) returned to the Power City to inform their constituents about recent happenings in Des Moines. Kurtz spoke first and said most of his recent […]

With the approval of a $20,000 funding request by the city council, the Keokuk Parks Foundation may finally have the necessary funding for its new pickleball courts. Karole Smith presented for the foundation and said this request should cover the remaining costs for the project. “When we turn this over once we get our total […]

With losses to Mount Pleasant and North Scott over the past two days for the boys and girls basketball teams, respectively, saw their seasons come to a close. Both teams had successful years as the girls team captured a share of the SEC title thanks to a 7-1 conference record and advanced to the Regional […]

Great River Players presented their second show of their 2018-19 season over the weekend with ‘Leading Ladies.’ According to Stage Agent, the show is, “Set in the 1950s, Leading Ladies focuses on two English Shakespearean actors, Jack and Leo, who find their careers in a rut. They are currently performing “Scenes from Shakespeare” on the Moose Lodge […]

Officers from the Keokuk Police Department were called to the corner of 6th and Blondeau around 4:30 PM on Sunday for the report of a disturbance involving several individuals. Witnesses said the altercation involved shouting between one male and two females. Words were exchanged by the two parties and one of the females dropped a […]


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