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08/21/2019 - 11:32am
It’s official: Keota residents will vote on a $1.18 million bond issue in November, to construct a new swimming pool in the community. At the August 19 Keota City Council meeting, the council unanimously voted to place the bond issue on the November city election ballot. The vote came after a previous recommendation from the Keota Pool committee to do so. Work for a new pool has been going...
08/07/2019 - 10:03am
Helping out a neighbor was the theme of Monday’s Keokuk County Supervisors meeting, as the Board heard a report from County Engineer Andy McGuire on a recent meeting he had with the Mahaska County Supervisors. In October 2018, then-Mahaska County Engineer Dave Shannahan tenured his resignation. Since then, the Mahaska County Supervisors have...
08/07/2019 - 9:58am
Keota residents could soon have a new swimming pool, if plans stay on track. At the August 5 City Council meeting, the Keota City Council discussed the possibility of having a pool bond issue placed on the ballot this November. Keota’s City Pool closed in 2017, due to the condition of the pool at that time. “There was lots of crumbling...
08/07/2019 - 9:57am
The Sigourney News-Review and Keota Eagle are pleased to welcome Jackson Kane as Regional Sports Editor. Kane was born and raised in the small Western Illinois town of Roseville, graduating from Monmouth-Roseville High School in 2012. After high school, Kane moved on to Bradley University, where he graduated with a degree in Sports Communication...
07/24/2019 - 11:55am
            July, 2019 has left a sunspot on most of Iowa with record heatwaves. Most likely, we have not seen the last of the heat for Summer 2019, so it’s important that we remember to keep our furry friends in mind.             With heat like we have been...
07/24/2019 - 11:14am
Sigourney – What’s fair time in Iowa without temps in the nineties? This year’s Keokuk County Expo fell during the final stretch of a particularly long heat spell this July. Exhibitors, family, and 4-H leaders are accustomed to sweltering conditions coinciding with what many consider the “best week of the summer.”...
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