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The Keokuk Chiefs fell to Fairfield 25-13, 25-8, 25-14 in the opening round of the Class 4A Region 7 Tournament. [Read More]
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Why did you choose to run for office? To give back and be a voice for the community. [Read More]
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Why did you choose to run for office? I think there needs to be some changes made. [Read More]
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In what areas does the city excel? [Read More]
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Forrest R. Jurgens, 95, of Sutter, Ill., passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, at North Adams Home in Mendon, Ill. [Read More]
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Shirley A. Wildrick, 83, formerly of Hamilton, Ill., and Keokuk, died Oct. 16, 2017, at her home in Quincy, Ill. [Read More]
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Several candidates are running for Keokuk City Council in the Nov. 7 City Election. Three of the seats are contested races. [Read More]
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The Keokuk School District's certified enrollment count hasn't changed much compared to the previous school year. [Read More]
Why did you choose to run for office? Keokuk has been my home since 1959 and has given me a very rewarding and happy life... [Read More]
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Garry Eugene Hasten, 64, of Keokuk, formerly of Carthage, Ill., passed away Monday, Oct. 16, 2017, at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa... [Read More]
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The Keokuk Park and Recreation Advisory Board will again host its annual Fright Night event from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday in Rand Park. [Read More]
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Robert J. Walker, 36, of Dyersville, formerly of West Point, passed away at 11:40 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017, at his home. [Read More]
The City of Hamilton Water Department has issued a boil order effective immediately until noon Wednesday. [Read More]
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Four candidates for mayor are on the ballot for the Nov. 7 Keokuk City Election – Carl Morgan, Tom Richardson, Patricia Whiteside and Daniel Winn. [Read More]
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An early Keokuk area settler was honored last week by natives of his home country, Norway, and his adopted home, Lee County, Iowa. [Read More]
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Why did you choose to run for office? I believe in Keokuk. Now that I am retired, I feel that I have the time it... [Read More]
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Why did you choose to run for office? I have always had the want and need to be able to help people and I would... [Read More]
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Why did you choose to run for office? Keokuk is my hometown. I have been blessed with a fine education and successful business training that... [Read More]
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Why did you choose to run for office? I have served on the council for six years, Keokuk is my hometown. I believe in Keokuk... [Read More]
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