Several hundred people packed into a pair of meeting rooms at the Comfort Inn & Suites in Ft. Madison yesterday(Mon).
A company that provides integrated CAD/CAM software for tool-making and manufacturing has donated more than $1.7-million worth of its products to Southeastern Community College.
There are two special elections in the area tomorrow(Tues).
A Wapello teen and a Burlington man were injured just before 7 last(Sun) night when their cars collided in front of the Catfish Bend Casino’s Roosevelt Avenue entrance.
Authorities have confirmed that a Burlington man in custody for Intimidation With a Dangerous Weapon failed to return to the work release center on Valley Street over the weekend.
A Texas-based energy company hoping to build an 11-hundred mile long underground oil pipeline from North Dakota to Illinois through southeast Iowa will hold a public information meeting today(Mon) in Ft. Madison.
Henry County authorities are trying to find out who shot & killed a two-year-old German Shepard early Sunday morning in the 22-hundred grid of Dakota Avenue.
The Burlington City Council meets today(Mon) at 5:30 and will hold a trio of public hearings.
A reminder that several area communities are serving free Thanksgiving dinners tomorrow…and in Burlington, Ft. Madison and Mt. Pleasant, they will pick you up or deliver a meal if you can’t get out or would…
An area bank merger to report: