SOUTHEAST IOWA…NORTHEAST MISSOURI…AND WEST-CENTRAL ILLINOIS…ARE NOW OFFICIALLY A “GREAT REGIONS” AREA. (more…) Continue Reading →
Monthly Archives: November 2013
DES MOINES COUNTY’S SECONDARY ROADS DEPARTMENT SAYS THE 155TH STREET BRIDGE REPLACEMENT IS COMPLETE AND THE ROAD HAS NOW BEEN REOPENED EAST OF COUNTY HIWAY-99. Continue Reading →
Irene Campbell, 88, of Burlington, died at 2:23 AM Thursday, November 21, 2013, at the Burlington Care Center in Burlington.
Born August 8, 1925, in Fort Madison, she was the daughter of George William and Goldie M. Hoskins Boyd. On September 12, 1953, she married Kenneth J. Campbell in Fort Madison.
Irene worked as a hairdresser.
She was a graduate of Fort Madison High School and attended Burlington Beauty Academy for one year. Continue Reading →
THE DIRECTOR OF THE IOWA TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT’S DIVISION OF PLANNING & PROGRAMMING REVIEWED NINE FUNDING OPTIONS YESTERDAY(THUR) WITH A GROUP OF MORE THAN TWO DOZEN BURLINGTON-AREA OFFICIALS AND RESIDENTS. (more…) Continue Reading →
A coalition intends to file a lawsuit against the nation’s third-largest pork producer, alleging Clean Water Act violations at one of its swine facilities in southeast Iowa. (more…) Continue Reading →
IN MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL LAST NITE….. (more…) Continue Reading →
Citing ongoing problems with the economy and flooding, Jon Billups announced this(Thur) morning that he and his family have decided to go out of business, effective immediately. (more…) Continue Reading →
INCREASING FUNDING FOR ROADS, BRIDGES AND OTHER IOWA TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS, IS THE SUBJECT OF AN I-DOT MEETING IN BURLINGTON TODAY(THUR). (more…) Continue Reading →
IN MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL….. (more…) Continue Reading →
It won’t be your traditional Thanksgiving dinner, it might actually be better. (more…) Continue Reading →