Author: Michael Greenwald

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With a 55-32 win over West Hancock on Monday night, the Keokuk Chiefs collected their seventh straight victory. They now sit at 11-4 on the season, going undefeated since Dec. 20 when they picked up the first win of the streak with a 13 point win over Fairfield. A rematch with Fairfield is on the […]

With a 55-32 win over West Hancock on Monday night, the Keokuk Chiefs collected their seventh straight victory. They now sit at 11-4 on the season, going undefeated since Dec. 20 when they picked up the first win of the streak with a 13 point win over Fairfield. A rematch with Fairfield is on the […]

With a 55-32 win over West Hancock on Monday night, the Keokuk Chiefs collected their seventh straight victory. They now sit at 11-4 on the season, going undefeated since Dec. 20 when they picked up the first win of the streak with a 13 point win over Fairfield. A rematch with Fairfield is on the […]

In what has become a regular announcement on every Monday, Iowa Hawkeye center Megan Gustafson was named the Big Ten Player of the Week for the ninth time this season. The senior ties former Ohio State player Jantel Lavender for the conference record for career Player of the Week selections with her 19th and also […]

The Fort Madison Police Department released the following notice for travel during the Super Bowl weekend. As the Super Bowl approaches, many people will take to the roads and highways to visit family and friends to take in the big game. The Fort Madison Police Department along with the Governor’s Traffic Safety Bureau asks that […]

State Senator Rich Taylor (D) and Representative Jeff Kurtz (D) were in Keokuk on Friday afternoon for the first of four Legistlative Luncheons at the Hawkeye Restaurant. Each began by giving a presentation of what they were working on in Des Moines. Kurtz said he has spent the last few weeks getting organized at the […]

What once started as just an idea to help kids in the Tri-State Area has blossomed into a quickly growing non-profit organization. Group founder Corey Samuels said the group began with just playing sports in the backyard with friends, but has grown much faster than he ever thought possible. “It got bigger than my backyard […]

The Keokuk Community School District held its second of three meetings for the Physical Plant and Equipment Levy (PPEL) on Thursday morning. Superintendent Christine Barnes gave a presentation about how the levy will work and how it will impact everyone. “I like to think of school funding in Iowa as different buckets of money that […]

The 30th annual display of the City of Christmas is now history and planning has begun for the 31st display that will run Nov. 28 through Dec. 26, 2019.  As part of gearing up for the 2019 display, City of Christmas is revamping its website with help from webmaster, Becky Brandenburger. The committee is looking […]

During the Public Input portion of Tuesday morning’s Lee County Board of Supervisors meeting, Lee County resident Ron Becker addressed the issue of the ‘Right to Ride’ law that has been discussed at past meetings. Becker brought copies of the Des Moines County ordinance and said he spoke to former Board Chairman Don Hunold in […]


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