CJ Eilers

11/09/2017 - 10:17am
Keota’s own EagleRock! returned to the stage for their first show of the season on Wednesday, Nov. 1 with new members, a new choreographer, but a lot of familiar faces. “It’s a much older group than we normally have,” Director Jane Edwards said. “They are working on stuff they shouldn’t be able to yet, which pushes this group even further. Technically, we have...
10/25/2017 - 10:22am
A Haunted Barn, crafted of one’s worst nightmares, awaited those brave enough to enter and also those who wished to support the Keota speech team as they hosted the frightening fundraiser’s first two nights on October 21 and 22. More than 40 members of the speech team, coming off a successful season last year, dressed up in spine-...
10/04/2017 - 8:25am
After discussing the possibility of vacating a portion of 260th Ave with adjacent landowners, a decision was made to simply put up a dead end sign to deter traffic from the area. The section of road begins at the north right of way line of 180th Street and essentially hits a dead end up north. The request for the vacation came from Randy...
09/27/2017 - 9:35am
U.S. Congressman Dave Loebsack (D-IA) spent an afternoon on Monday, Sept. 18 visiting with constituents across southeast Iowa, and one of his stops was in Keota at the Fagen Elevator. Loebsack spoke extensively with Larry Fagen about the process of grain storage and the current state of the agriculture business as they walked together...
09/13/2017 - 9:52am
A public hearing for the vacation of a portion of 260th Street southwest of Harper will address a Class B road that has previously been discussed in 2008. “There was a request to have this road vacated in May of 2008,” County Engineer Andrew McGuire said. “At that time, the motion failed or there was no motion made to vacate this...
07/05/2017 - 9:56am
Pool goers will be able to join additional seating at the Keota Municipal Pool this summer thanks to a donated table and chair set provided by Keota Eagle Foods. The grocery store recently held a two-day sale, with proceeds going to the pool. The Keota City Council made the choice to buy the table and chair to provide more family seating as the...
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