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10/16/2019 - 10:20am
Members of the Keota School Board moved through a brief agenda at its Oct. 10 meeting. Board members approved the special education deficit for the 2018-19 school year and moved forward with the sale of a used tractor. Business manager Jeffery Dieleman told board members the Allowable Growth and Supplemental Aid for Special Education deficit for the past school year was $31,000. He stated that...
10/10/2019 - 11:35am
It was a full house at Keota City Hall Monday as residents packed in to discuss the upcoming pool bond vote, but it was grant applications for the Keota Ball Association that brought much of the discussion. Keota Ball Association has begun work on renovations at the facility. Cost estimates other than concrete work is estimated at $18,617....
10/10/2019 - 11:34am
Rural residents who use non-farming all-terrain and utility vehicles could be able to operate them legally on county roads if Keokuk County Supervisors approve an ordinance. County attorney Amber Thompson spoke to the supervisors Monday morning regarding the possibility. Thompson said she did not have an ordinance ready, but was seeking direction...
09/18/2019 - 11:54am
Angela Conrad is well-known in the Keota School District and has made her mark on its students. She also made an impression on her state colleagues at the state level. Conrad reported on a presentation made at a national talented and gifted conference this past summer. Conrad is the district extending learning program instructor and was selected...
09/11/2019 - 9:48am
Changes in recycling in Keokuk County was addressed at Monday’s county supervisor meeting. Keokuk County made the switch to Cox Sanitation from Waste Management a few months ago. Since then there have been issues with citizens of Sigourney who are bringing recycling to the new location. “The reason we are here today is that we had a...
08/14/2019 - 11:01am
Members of the Keota School Board met Aug. 8 in regular session and made some changes to the district handbooks and approved some personnel changes. Much of Thursday’s meeting was informational with school superintendent Jim Henrich and pre-k principal Alex Klopfenstein providing updates. Both the teacher handbook and the Keota Elementary...
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