The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission has voted to keep administrator Brian Ohorilko in the position for another four years. (more…) Continue Reading →
Monthly Archives: November 2013
Burlington Police are investigating a rash of broken vehicle windows. (more…) Continue Reading →
IN MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL….. (more…) Continue Reading →
Jim Bell, 92, of Burlington, died at 1:10 PM Sunday, November 24, 2013, at his home.
Born May 26, 1921, in Stoutsville, MO, he was the son of Herman William and Vivian R. Redman Bell. On February 26, 1945, he married Mildred Ethel Hart in Monroe City, MO.
Throughout his life, Jim had worked at the parking ramp at Burlington Medical Center, the Des Moines Register as a distributer, Deery Brothers as a driver, at a bank in Quincy, at the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant, Bock’s Flower Shop, as a truck driver, and at Campbell Chain Co. He had retired from General Electric after 20 years. Continue Reading →
Congressman Dave Lobesack will be visiting West Burlington today. (more…) Continue Reading →
(Associate Press) An Iowa record store owner is hoping to use his business space for same-sex marriages, a move that could prove competitive with nearby Illinois. (more…) Continue Reading →
An Early Retirement Plan was approved last night for the Burlington School District. (more…) Continue Reading →
Most of yesterday’s Burlington City Council Work Session was spent talking about the cost of health insurance, but there was also some positive news on the Venu-Works front. (more…) Continue Reading →
They’re now eight weeks into their very own local news program, Tiger-TV. (more…) Continue Reading →
Downtown Partners will be holding their LAST Wine and Beer Walk of the year tomorrow. (more…) Continue Reading →